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Pure lead-acid batteries for telecommunication application
High-performance mobile communications networks with LTE (4G) and the new 5G mobile communications standard are key technologies for advancing digitization and are therefore indispensable for the competitiveness of today's business locations worldwide. In addition to reliable and powerful networking of devices, they also enable the development of numerous new applications. Autonomous driving of vehicles, as well as increasing communication of industrial machines to improve production processes are becoming more and more a reality.
An area-wide network of base stations is essential in order to integrate the terminals into the radio network.These stations are usually supplied with electrical energy from the public power grid or, in some countries, from autonomous power supply systems such as diesel generators, fuel cells or solar systems.
In the event of a short-term complete failure of these power supply systems, batteries use their stored energy to ensure the continuous operation of the IT components. In an international comparison, bridging times with battery storage vary from a few minutes to several hours and also place a high energy throughput load on the storage systems in the event of volatile energy supply.
How can the current and future challenges of mobile radio base stations be mastered from an energy storage perspective? How do the HOPPECKE HPPL battery, grid | Xtreme, differ from a conventional AGM battery? What are the benefits for the operators? Answers to these questions can be found in our free white paper "Pure lead batteries: More power - less energy consumption".
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