Many data centers use batteries, as a form of backup power. One mistake they make, however, is buying the cheapest batteries out there. They also tend to opt for lead-acid ones, which are not ideal.
There are a lot of drawbacks to using batteries such as this, for example, they don’t last as long and they are also not able to store as much energy as other battery types.
Batteries can also be temperamental due to their chemistry. In an industry where reliability and resilience is key, choosing a battery that can live up to expectations is critical.
In this day and age, battery energy storage has a broader and more crucial role to play. Batteries have to be connected properly with long-lasting and durable constructions. They should also have a high safety rating, and be able to distribute a lot of energy with ease.
New batteries are hitting the market all the time, and if you run a data center, it’s important that you keep up with them. If you have never given much thought to the batteries that are being used to power your data center then now is the time for you to change that.
Batteries are the best way for you to protect your business and they can give you a lot of peace of mind, as well as reassurance.
The infographic below details some of the qualities that a top battery has, so you can feel confident knowing that your choice is going to be the right one and that you are always putting your business first.
Infographic designed by Telecom Batteries