At Helios we are thrilled to announce a new battery backup solution which is suitable for high cycling applications and ideal for combination of short time backup and high peak power surges. This plug & play energy storage solution has 2 important features for remote sites: easy installation and transportation.
Check out below some features that makes this Ni-MH Battery a great option to backup your mission critical loads.
Plug & Play Battery
The solution is designed to accommodate up to 6 battery pack modules in a standard 19 inches shelf (parallel and/or series configurable). To install the battery modules, increase the capacity afterwards or even replace a module, it is fully plug & play, safe (48Vdc) and light (8.2 kg). No BMS is required (CCCV charging method).
1000 surges, every day!
These Ni-MH battery cells are designed to withstand a thousand of surges per day for more than 10 years (more than 3 million surges during its lifetime). This solution is ideal for short backup of a few minutes, to substitute a flywheel and to absorb a large amount of inrush currents of any type of loads. The high temperature stability offered by Ni-MH technology saves costs, space and weight for multiple applications.
This Ni-MH sealed battery is composed of aqueous electrolyte. It’s therefore not flammable, explosive, corrosive or toxic, no restrictions for transport by air, road, rail or sea. No specific authorization or training for your technicians and UL1973 compliant.
This mature technology (Ni-MH was already used in the automotive industry 20-year-Toyota Prius) also environment-friendly and fully recyclable as it does not contain heavy metals (RoHS compliant product).
- Short backup ( e.g. waiting for genset to start)
- Power stability ( remote site with low power quality – lots of surges)
- Peak/inrush current shredding
- Substitute a flywheel
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