Eagle Eye Power Solutions

Battery Monitoring Systems

Critical to maintaining a reliable backup battery solution, a battery monitoring system will provide users with the data they need to proactively service or replace a failing battery by measuring key parameters in real-time. Eagle Eye Power Solution’s Battery Monitoring Division offers products that identify and measure key parameters as outlined in IEEE and NERC compliance recommendation for lead acid battery monitoring systems:

  • String voltage
  • Float current
  • Cell voltage
  • Cell resistance
  • Connection & terminal resistance
  • Negative post temperature
  • Ground fault
  • Ambient temperature
  • Optional: Electrolyte level

Learn more about how VIGILANT™ and other cutting-edge Eagle Eye Power Solutions battery monitoring systems can help you Increase Reliability, Decrease Costs, & Meet Compliance.

Eagle Eye Power Solutions Vigilant Expert Battery Monitor


Next Generation Battery Monitoring System

Advanced Intelligent Battery Monitoring Solution

Eagle Eye Power Solutions BQMS battery health monitor

BQMS Battery Health Monitoring System

Battery Monitoring Solutions for Utility, Telecom, Data Center and UPS

Eagle Eye Power Solutions iPQMS mounted battery monitor system

iPQMS Battery Monitoring System

Battery Monitoring Solution for Utility, Telecom and UPS

Eagle Eye Power Solutions BDS-Pro

BDS-Pro Battery Cell Voltage Monitoring System

Battery Monitoring Solution for up to 24 Cells/Units

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Why Is Battery Monitoring Important?

Battery monitoring is important because it helps to predict the state of health and inevitable failure of each battery in a string. Depending on battery type and application, Lead Acid batteries have a design life that can range dramatically - from 5 to 20 years. That design life estimation is based on the battery being maintained in accordance with recommended practices, operating under ideal conditions and ensuring that any individual failing units are replaced before they impact the other units in the string.

However, in most installations, those conditions are seldom met, and the actual life of a battery may be closer to half of the published design life. This potential for failure has been confirmed in a number of studies over the years. In fact, in one Ponemon study into Data Center failures, the UPS Battery was responsible for over 50% of the reported outages. This data, and the uncertainty of most operating environments, confirms why battery monitoring is an essential part of maintaining today’s critical DC power systems.

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