PTX- series 4000
PTX- series 4000G
PTX- series 6000
PTX-serise 7000
GP-3000
GP-3000E
GP-3000PV
 
The need of uninterruptible power is ever increasing for the computer, communication and other industries in today’s information society, and UPSs and chargers are commonly used. However, if batteries supplying electronic energy to such devices upon power outage do not function properly by poor management, the power systems are useless no matter how good they are. Therefore, the need of battery management is well recognized, but it is not easy to manage batteries due to poor installation environment, and the reality is that they are managed as a mere formality in many places. Now, you can manage batteries from your PC in cutting edge technology by our BMS.
 
Use
- Battery management and monitoring for UPSs in computer rooms and IDC centers
- Battery management and monitoring for communication rectifiers in unmanned communication bases, regional centers and switching stations
- Production and test use for industrial lead battery manufacturing factories
- Production and test use for all kinds of industrial secondary batteries such as Ni-Cd, Ni-MH, Li-polymer and metallic Lithium-Ion batteries
- Laboratory test use

Features
- Measurable of 1.2V, 2V and 12V lead batteries and Ni-Cd batteries
- Unlimitedly expandable of number of measuring batteries
- Alarm generating when individual cell voltage exceeds its setting value when charging or discharging
- Stability secured by limiting the measuring voltage below 100V per sensing unit and connecting the main units and the sensing units by RS-485.  (Total voltage is not applied to the main unit.)
- AC power is not used by the structure that the battery to be measured supplies its operating power.
- Easily operable by the operation panel built-in the MIMIC diagram, status indication LEDs and the LCD Display
- Up to 400 operation logs
- Installable and operable separately from currently using UPSs or chargers
- It is designed for up to 25 battery banks and each system voltage and current are displayed
- battery charge status (S.O.C) and residual discharge time display
- It displays expected battery life
- Network interface
- 2 ports for external alarm contact points
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• BMS System diagram
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[Example of monitoring screen through the BMS]
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• 설치사례
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