AMETEK Solidstate Controls announces partnership with BTECH, Inc.

BTECH is pleased to be the exclusive provider of battery monitoring systems to AMETEK Solidstate Controls.  AMETEK Solidstate Controls is a leader in uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems for industrial critical processes.  Their commitment to keeping their clients up and running during power outages is tightly aligned with BTECH’s full service approach to battery monitoring and backup power reliability.  For more information on AMETEK Solidstate Controls, go to http://www.solidstatecontrolsinc.com and see the press release at:  http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/ametek-solidstate-controls-announces-partnership-with-btech-2143531.htm?mwfsmw

Maximizing Battery Life through Monitoring and Management

Maximizing Battery Life through Monitoring and Management

This paper provides substantiation that continuous monitoring and proper management will enable meeting and possibly exceeding the projected life for Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) batteries, and will improve the reliability of the battery power during a disruption of normal AC power supply.

Battery Validation Manager Version 4.7 Released

Battery Validation Manager Version 4.7 Released

BTECH’s newest release of its industry leading Battery Validation Management Software (BVM) includes powerful new battery management features and capabilities that bring valuable benefits to end users.

The growing number of users who depend on the BVM Software to manage battery systems used in various business critical applications such as data-center operations, communication servers, switch-gear equipment, and emergency generators will find this software release especially useful.

CellQ1 Installation

CellQ1 Installation

Got a GenSet? If you are looking for generator reliability, the CellQ1 is for you. Check out these two video, where we show how easy it is to install a CellQ1 system and start monitoring those batteries!

A Day in the Life of a Battery in New York City

A Day in the Life of a Battery in New York City

Are you monitoring your battery impedance based on initial or average measurements? If your answer is the latter, you may be putting your battery performance at risk when it's needed the most - during a power failure. This presentation explores a case where a company was using average impedance values to determine when to service their batteries - and what went wrong!