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 Title & Authors
Development of the Real-Time Remote Battery Inspection System
Lee, Jong-Hak; Kim, Hyung-Won; Choi, Woojin;
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 Abstract
Uninterruptible power supplies are extensively used as backup power in various applications such as telecommunication systems, Internet data centers, hospitals, and military technologies. Some of these applications require a considerable number of batteries, and the maintenance of such batteries is critical for the reliability of a system. However, batteries are chemical energy storage devices that deteriorate over time and frequently inspecting their performance and suitability is difficult. A real-time remote battery inspection system that applies electrochemical impedance spectroscopy is proposed and implemented in this study. The proposed system consists of a small inspection circuit and software for control. The former is developed to monitor the impedance variation of the battery and to diagnose its state. The validity and feasibility of the proposed system is proven by experimental results.
 Keywords
VRLA battery;AC impedance;Diagnosis;Remote inspection;
 Language
Korean
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