The Role of Lithium-Ion Battery Packs in Power Management | Alexander Technologies
High-Quality Power Management & Mission-Critical Applications
Batteries fuel success. There are countless businesses using the latest custom battery packs to improve efficiency, especially in mission-critical applications.
Here, we will explore how important high-quality power management systems are to mission-critical applications, as well as taking a look at the role of lithium-ion batteries.
What are mission-critical applications?
Mission-critical applications are an integral part of various industries. They provide a valuable service to each business, such as an online banking system or a traffic-control system, which allows that company to achieve their goals.
If mission-critical applications were to fail, a company may be forced to a standstill. This unfortunate event could also mean significant financial losses for their operations. So how can we ensure that this doesn’t happen? Through correct power management
Why is high-quality power management beneficial?
In order to maintain the reliability of said mission-critical applications, a high-quality power management system is necessary. These are fuelled by lithium-ion battery packs, which are made to the specifications of each business and their operations.
High-quality power management systems are beneficial because they ensure important technologies are not disrupted. If a large database were to fail, for example, the downtime could waste valuable time, money, and resources. This is why lithium-ion battery packs, otherwise known as built-in battery-management systems, are favourable.
The role of lithium-ion batteries
The productivity of high-quality power management is made possible with the use of lithium-ion batteries. To find out more, Alex Stapleton, our Sales Director at Alexander Technologies, has provided their expert knowledge on the subject:
“Lithium battery packs are a part of our everyday lives. Whether we notice it or not, they power technologies integral to society, some of which are mission-critical applications.
Imagine if a data centre crashed, leaving valuable information vulnerable to attacks. It wouldn’t be ideal.
“Thankfully, lithium-ion battery packs are powerful enough to maintain mission-critical applications with confidence. They can last considerably longer than other batteries, such as valve-regulated lead acid batteries (VRLA), to name an example.
“In fact, one single lithium-ion battery can perform for the same amount of time as multiple VRLA barriers. Therefore, due to the demanding nature of mission-critical applications, lithium-ion batteries are the perfect fit.”
The role of lithium-ion batteries in high-quality power management systems and mission-critical applications will remain centre stage. And as battery pack manufactures continue to create new and improved technologies, their effectiveness will become more and more apparent.