WATON real-time battery monitoring systems allow full protection and confidence against such as battery failures.
Ohmic resistance and voltage measurements (per jar) are taken as often as every five minutes. String current, DC voltage, and temperature are measured in real-time.
Ohmic resistance results represent the condition and state-of-health of the battery, and expose weaknesses in cells & intercell conditions without stressing the battery.
Cell and string voltage results can indicate if the battery is fully charged or if there are problems with the battery or charger.
Stable temperature results indicate a proper operating environment, while high recorded temperatures can be a sign of thermal runaway.
These measured parameters will provide the user a real-time understanding of their batteries state-of-health.