How Service Providers Can Leverage Lithium-Ion Batteries to back up 5G Telecom and EDGE Equipment
Lithium batteries are being deployed in more stationary UPS and backup power applications and displacing lead acid batteries. But why are Lithium batteries growing in 5G telecom and EDGE deployments now? Advances in battery electronics, cell chemistry and regulatory guidelines have evolved so Lithium batteries need less floor/rack space, offer higher energy efficiency, provide longer life and are more cost-effective than incumbent technologies. This webinar will outline best practices for utilizing Lithium batteries to power your 5G telecom and EDGE equipment. These best practices are based on pre- and post-installation analysis of data center operations and highlight the qualitative benefits and quantified returns after installation of Lithium batteries.
Material Handling Efficiency and Infrastructure Optimized with Lithium-ion Batteries and Fast Charging
Recent surveys of the material handling industry show that businesses are most focused on improving efficiencies, throughput, and workplace safety. Lithium-ion batteries pared with high frequency and modular chargers enhance and organization’s ability to opportunity charge without battery maintenance, reducing infrastructure costs and eliminating common workplace hazards. Fast charging, without lowering cycle life is a key differentiator for Lithium-ion and makes charging during breaks possible. However, typically fast charging requires very high currents, specialized infrastructure, two cables to accommodate the current with larger capacity batteries and retraining the workforce. Opportunity charging is a practice applicable to all equipment from small pallet jacks to forklifts and reach trucks. In this webcast, you will learn how to implement opportunity charging using the latest improvements in Li-ion, such as IOT and Multi Voltage technology, and a multi-output charger to achieve your cost and efficiency goals.
How to Capitalize on New Power and Battery Technology for Material Handling Equipment
The unprecedented use of e-commerce has contributed to a huge growth in the need for efficiency in distribution and warehousing. For example, the distribution of pre-prepared, home delivered meals and other grocery items has increased the need for cold-chain and freezer storage. New Lithium battery technology is an integral part of effective scaling and efficient use of new and existing material handling equipment. In this webcast, you will learn from practical examples about how an integrated power platform, enabled with the Internet of Things (IOT) technology, can increase the efficiency of your equipment and personnel while meeting targets for green initiatives. This technology can be easily integrated into material handling equipment to take advantage of the benefits of Lithium batteries and wireless charging, as well as increasing utilization and decreasing maintenance.