The networking and data-driven industries of today are coming under increased pressure to reduce downtime. Not so long ago a few minutes of downtime used to be a fleeting thought that was barely noticed. However, today, it makes world news depending on the size of the provider. The last thing you need in your redundancies is a sub-standard backup battery as your last line of defence. It is an avoidable problem.
Sealed lead-acid batteries are still your best storage option. If you are looking for reliable backup power for professional installations we recommend Forbatt Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) batteries. They are widely used for energy storage in data centres because of their high-power density and ease of installation.
Forbatt’s VRLA batteries make use of safety valves and allow for flexibility in location within the data centre. A well-planned and thoroughly integrated energy storage solution will have power on demand always, and especially during those mission-critical phases or processes.
Why we recommend Forbatt Lead Acid Batteries
- Inexpensive and lowest cost per watt-hour compared to other chemistries
- Low self-discharge; lowest among rechargeable batteries
- Excellent low and high-temperature performance
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Title: Why aren’t all batteries rechargeable?
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The networking and data-driven industries of today are coming under increased pressure to reduce downtime. Sealed lead-acid batteries are still your best storage option. We recommend Forbatt Lead Acid Batteries. Contact us for more info.