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Midpoint conductance technology used in telecommunication stationary standby battery applications

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This paper discusses the effectiveness of midpoint conductance monitoring on 48 V valve-regulated Pb-acid battery strings using a midpoint conductance transducer (MCT). Data from laboratory and MCT field installations is presented. The MCT accuracy in a stand-alone application, as well as with a remote monitoring system application, is examined. Results indicate that, in each configuration tested, midpoint conductance monitoring was effective in identifying capacity string failures

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Telecommunications Energy Conference, 1997. INTELEC 97., 19th International

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19-23 Oct 1997