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"The Internet of Things is projected to reach 5 billion “things” in 2015" (Gartner, 2014).

The Internet of Things

With an increase in telecom devices comes an increase in the need for service continuity. If service goes out, customers will seek out other service providers.

A loss of backup power during an outage can cause not only lost business, but also lost employee productivity and costly repairs. However, replacing backup batteries based on a specific calendar is inefficient. Many of the batteries may still have a lot of life left in them. This is money lost.

As more subscribers come online with the expansion of the Internet of Things, expectations for higher levels of service continuity increase and ensuring reliable power becomes a challenge.

General maintenance programs are periodic, leaving room for outage risk between checks. More extensive power distribution leads to an increased demand on employee time, which can cause system failure, service disruption, and costly repairs

Uptime Is a Requirement in Today's Connected World

Businesses Cannot Afford an Outage

Dependency on network continuity is only going to increase in the future.  For consumers, business owners and institutions, the network is a constant running lifeline.

Many factors can stress power system integrity, from natural disasters to human error. When power is lost, mission critical backup systems must perform.  Without the proper surveillance of mission critical system status, there is a risk of catastrophic loss for healthcare organizations, financial institutions or any key service providers.  Furthermore, customer satisfaction can be compromised resulting in far reaching financial impact.

System Integrity Is A Must

Close The Critical Loop

Battery backup systems provide the needed reserve power to mitigate the potential of disruption. These systems are dependent on the specified performance of batteries, an electro-chemical device prone to failure and premature degradation. To ensure health and availability of battery power, a battery monitor “closes the critical loop” of reserve power protection.

Telecom service providers have designed the traditional wire-line telecom and wireless network systems for high service availability, and reliability depends on the availability of power from the battery plant. The deployment of a battery monitoring system supports reliability through efficient and effective assessment of battery performance and condition.

Battery monitoring systems lower the total cost of ownership by identifying early stage battery degradation, eliminating emergency battery replacement and reducing energy expense.

Test Your Batteries

Using monitoring and testing equipment can ensure battery state-of-health to prevent critical power loss.

An effective power maintenance program can reduce risk, time, and capital spent on maintenance in the long run and ensure continuous coverage.

Battery analyzers allow you to test your batteries before simply throwing them away. With testing, you can easily make cost-effective decisions regarding which batteries actually need to be replaced.

Employee time is reserved for more urgent tasks with the implementation of management software. These Software as a Service (SaaS) options include automated monitoring and analysis of backup battery systems and facilities operations.

A streamlined automated analysis system makes key decision making easy. It improves visibility of performance and enhances decision making, saving time and money.


Higher Employee Demand

Larger networks mean a higher demand on employee time. Reports and analyses can take a back burner to more urgent tasks.

Service provides can’t take on more clients because techs have to go out to each site, test the batteries, then go back to their office and spend time creating reports. Service providers that contract with many companies need to be able to segment information and assign it to specific reps.

Efficient time management

Employee time is reserved for more urgent tasks with the implementation of management software. These Software as a Services (SaaS) options include automated monitoring and analysis of backup battery systems and facilities operations.

Improved internal resource efficiency is a necessity. Our highly efficient handheld test process takes 50% less time than other analyzers on the market. Software updates can be completed quickly and accurately in the field.

world-class service

Franklin Electric can provide a critical, cost saving solution for stationary power battery system analysis and maintenance. We have experts standing by that will answer your questions and recommend the solution that is right for you.