Webinar: TPPL Technology for Data Centre Applications

Sponsored by: EnerSys

Focused on:

  • Batteries
  • T P P L
  • Technology

Date: 24 May

334

Time: 3PM London/10AM New York

EnerSys® introduces a new battery range for emerging data centre trends

Changes in the data centre industry - such as the advent of cloud storage, the shift to colocation and move towards shorter runtimes - have placed new demands on battery technology. Today’s batteries must break new ground. The batteries must be capable of providing more power at shorter run times and able to operate in higher ambient temperatures, while lasting longer.

DataSafe® XE batteries are the first Thin Plate Pure Lead (TPPL) batteries to be designed to address the evolving data centre space. EnerSys manufactures DataSafe® XE batteries using a highly controlled grid fabrication process for maximum consistency and advanced, high purity active material for optimum conductivity, electrical performance and energy efficiency.

DataSafe® XE batteries offer:
• Reduced grid corrosion and grid growth providing optimum conductivity and performance
• Extended operating temperature range enabling users to reduce cooling costs
• High purity materials which improve the battery shelf life
• The ability of achieve the same run times as larger conventional lead acid batteries
• 100% state of charge in up to 50% less time

Join this webinar to understand how the introduction of TPPL technology can benefit the data centre operator by offering higher power density, longer service life at elevated temperature and reduced operating expenditure.

Presented by

Dave Jones,

Product Manager UPS & Specialty Reserve Power EMEA

Dave has worked in various technical and application functions within EnerSys for almost 20 years. He’s currently working in the Reserve Power EMEA marketing team as the Product Manager for UPS applications.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Introduce the benefits of EnerSys’ TPPL technology
  • Introduce EnerSys’ new product range DataSafe® XE

Audience

  • Engineers
  • Project Managers
  • Research & Development Managers
  • Consultants
  • Risk Managers