Battery Technologies for Emerging UPS Applications

Sponsored by: EnerSys

Focused on:

  • Battery
  • Ups
  • Datacenter

Date: 3 June


Time: 3PM London/10AM New York

TPPL Technology for Datacenter Applications

The growth of datacenters and the developing power, autonomy and environmental conditions have introduced changes to the expectations of battery performance. Traditional UPS back-up times of 15 minutes have evolved to sub 5 minutes, as well as increases in loads and operating temperatures. This has resulted in significant changes in the key selection criteria for batteries.

This webinar will focus on different lead acid battery performance attributes, factors that affect battery life and how actual application conditions determine the service life obtained from the battery.

Specifically focusing on battery sizing, time to repeat duty, cyclic performance and design life, the webinar will also present example comparisons of energy savings, heat generation and gas emission.

EnerSys will demonstrate how the introduction of TPPL technology can benefit the datacenter operator by offering higher power density, longer service life at elevated temperature and reduced operating expenditure.

Presented by

Dave Jones,

Global Product Manager - UPS

Dave has worked in various technical and application functions of EnerSys for 18 years. He’s currently working for the Global Product Portfolio Management team as the Manager for the UPS applications.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Performance characteristics of different lead acid battery technology.
  • Factors affecting battery life.
  • Key factors for battery selection.


  • Engineers
  • Project Managers
  • R&D
  • Consultants
  • Specifiers