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Battery Monitoring

Canara Battery Monitoring

Monitoring the batteries of your critical power system means piece of mind that you batteries will work when they are required. The Battery monitoring system from Canara saves time and money through reduction in testing and replacing and ensure you get the most out of your batteries ensuring you are not replacing good batteries before their end of life.

  • Measurement frequency: 4/day
    • Test load across number of cell/jars: 1:1
    • System voltage ✔
    • Individual voltage during discharge ✔
  • Individual temperature during discharge ✔
    • Individual battery voltage ✔
    • Individual battery ohmic ✔
    • Ambient temperature ✔
    • Extend to Generator/substation/switchgear monitoring ✔
  • Float current ✔
  • Float voltage management ✔
    • Communication redundancy (Canbus) ✔
    • Individual cell/jar temperature (avoid thermal runaway) ✔
  • AC ripple (Capacitors/Rectifier issues) ✔
  • Visual state of health ✔
    • Local Monitoring ✔
  • Cloud-based monitoring service ✔

Canara 24×7 cloud based monitoring

There is no point having a monitoring system if it is not utilised to its maximum potential, this is where the 24/7 monitoring, reporting and predictive analysis service makes perfect sense. Through this system you can extend the life of you batteries by up to 35% and ensure 100% up time 24/7.

Active Monitoring

  • 24×7 Cloud based Monitoring and Reporting
  • Automated scanning of over 350,000 data points
  • Expert assessment and predictive analysis
  • Site notification of critical situations
  • Routine weekly reporting
  • 24×7 Web access of all data
  • Alarm bots looking for data patterns

Predictive Analysis

  • Identifying patterns in the data & prevent problems before they happen
  • Constantly reading, recording and scanning for:
    • Exceeded “maintenance” limits
    • Exceeded “critical limits”
    • Rising or falling trends that indicate impending problems
    • Indications that the asset has reached end of life
  • Predicting asset life through data analytics

Battery Informer

The battery informer is a simple State of Health (SOH) visual indicator and a low cost option for those non critical battery system whereby you just need to know the SOH of your batteries. The battery informer tests and monitors the internal resistance every minute and compares it to a baseline then visually indicates the health of the batteries through a traffic light system LED which give you adequate of warning of impending battery failure.

  • BI-Smart-100
    • Stand alone
    • Self learns the individual battery’s Ohmic baseline
    • Monitors Battery internal resistance every minute and trends the changes against the individual battery’s base line
    • As per IEEE, when the device measures a 50% deviation from baseline or 80% of rated capacity, it signals that the battery is in “failure” (at 60% deviation it signals “warning” via red light)
    • Indicates (via flashing red light) when the battery’s state of health is in warning or fail
    • Displays the voltage and Ohmic value
  •  BI-Smart-500
    • Self learns the individual battery’s Ohmic baseline
    • Monitors Battery internal resistance every minute and trends the changes against the individual battery’s base line
    • As per IEEE, when the device measures a 50% deviation from baseline or 80% of rated capacity, it signals that the battery is in “failure” (at 60% deviation it signals “warning” via red light)
    • Indicates (via flashing red light) when the battery’s state of health is in warning or fail
    • Displays the voltage and Ohmic value
    •  Measures temperature
    • Sends and alarm and triggers dry contact

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