Whitepaper: The Benefits of Using Lithium-Ion Batteries as a Backup Power Source for UPS Systems in Distributed IT or 5G Networks

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Today, you don’t have to look very far to find a device that is powered by a lithium-ion battery. Chances are, you’ve got one in your pocket, or sitting somewhere on your desk! Lithium-ion batteries are the hidden power source behind billions of consumer products, everything from smartphones, tablets, and laptops to cordless power tools and digital cameras. Also, lithium-ion batteries are being developed and used as power sources for hybrid and self-driving vehicles, and as energy storage solutions for electrical grids, wind turbines, and solar panels.

Lithium-ion batteries are coming into widespread use as a reliable backup power source for single-phase UPS systems in distributed network deployments, including 5G microsites, edge data centers, server rooms, and data closets. With a higher power and energy density, faster recharge, and a longer lifespan and cycle life, lithium-ion batteries are a more robust alternative to traditional lead acid batteries. The smaller size and lower weight of lithium-ion batteries make them ideal for space-constrained deployments and easier to ship to remote areas, while greater tolerance to extreme temperature changes makes them a better choice for outdoor use. A Battery Management System (BMS) ensures safe operation and helps to make lithium-ion batteries a maintenance-free solution. Over the 15-year life of a UPS system, lithium-ion batteries provide considerable savings in Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) by reducing maintenance and operations costs and eliminating the replacement costs of lead-acid batteries.

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