Lyme electronics upgrade battery monitoring sensor applications sentinel 3 + benefits
June 21 to 23, the world's advanced power sensor manufacturer LEM, a wholly owned Lyme Electronics (China) Co., Ltd. participated in the 2011 Shanghai held power electronics exhibition in Asia.
June 21 morning, Lyme Electronics (China) Co., Ltd. held a news conference in more than a dozen media partners representatives and representatives of dozens of witness, an official announced that Beijing Electronics Co., Ltd. changed its name to Lyme Lyme E (China), and the grand launch of two products: for solar energy systems CTSR series current sensors and an upgraded version of the battery monitoring sensor Sentinel3.
Mr. Zhang, Sentinel, meaning "guard." As a battery monitoring sensor, Sentinel3 from a variety of specifications for UPS backup power to megawatt battery voltage, impedance and temperature measurements. Sentinel3 via a dedicated communications bus, can of VRLA, flooded or gel cell battery pack fixed the measurement results reported to the monitoring system to facilitate managers to keep abreast of the battery pack in the course of true health status. Sentinel3 can be sure the battery pack can provide the required output, and keep open the battery pack in case of battery failure can be identified online. In addition, according to the actual situation, Lyme can only measure the component groups can also provide the monitoring platform for the integrated battery.