Cellwatch is the premier battery monitoring system for highly critical technology installations where loss of power continuity is not an option. With the correct use of Cellwatch any unplanned outages due to battery failure can be eliminated and preemptive battery management can be taken.
The Cellwatch system has been developed as a cost effective solution for customers with one or more sites utilizing single or multiple batteries, which need a 24x7 monitoring system. These sites can be distributed on a local, regional, and global basis.
Cellwatch Features and Benefits
- Remote monitoring and interrogation
- 24x7 online monitoring
- Voltage per cell or jar/bloc
- Ohmic value per cell or jar/bloc
- Pilot cell temperatures
- Ambient temperatures
- Battery current
- Discharge recording
- Historical trends per cell
- Alarm settings per cell/string/battery
- Built in web browser as standard
- Access via LAN,WAN and/or modem
- BMS interfacing via MODBUS/TCP
- Proactive battery management tool
- User friendly
- Easy to install
The iBMU (Integrated Battery Monitoring Unit) is supplied LAN, WAN and modem ready with internal web browser installed. It is capable of communicating with 3rd party BMS systems via a MODBUS/TCP output.
Designed to fit into a 19" rack system or wall mount using the wall mount adapter kit, the iBMU delivers the ease of installation that has become synonymous with Cellwatch products.
Cellwatch software is supplied as part of a Cellwatch battery monitoring system and has been engineered with busy IT and facility managers in mind – providing up-to-date information with a one-glance screen.
- Informative entry screen, showing all cells on a battery or multiple batteries. "What you need to know."
- Automatic battery testing under software control.
- All alarm information readily visible on entry screen.
- Capability to drill down into battery data from the entry screen via familiar Windows functions.
- Log file creation showing start/stop and discharge events.
- Automatic start, maximizing up-time in the event of computer power outage.
- Facility management software interface with open protocols.
- User programmable testing frequency.
- Extensive diagnostic capability.
- One system can monitor 2-16 volts plus ancillary battery systems.