White Paper: Schneider Electric
What is the best Battery Technology for Single Phase UPS Systems?
While Lithium-ion (li-ion) batteries are used commercially for over 20 years in various applications, they have not been commonly adopted as batteries for single-phase UPSs. As of recently, given the requirements set forth by the electric vehicle industry, the decreasing prices of Lithium-ion batteries are now becoming a viable option for UPS applications. The two major drivers for VRLA replacement cycle are the temperature and the charge-discharge cycles. This paper provides a brief overview of li-ion battery characteristics compared to VRLA. It also includes an analysis of the capital cost, operational cost, and total cost of ownership (TCO) between these two battery types.
What are the different types of battery technologies? What are the various parameters to consider while comparing batteries? Will Li-ion battery technology take over VRLA batteries for single phase UPS applications?
Move ahead and read the following whitepaper that will address all your questions, including these:
1. What are the various types of battery technology available for Single Phase UPS Systems?
2. What are the comparison factors to determine the battery performance against investment?
3. How to identify the total cost of ownership (TCO) of batteries by analyzing capital and operational expenses?
4. How are Lithium-ion battery systems poised to eventually replace VRLA technology in the coming decade?
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