- 80% of all UPS failures are due to undetected battery problems.
- An UPS or an inverter cannot detect individual battery failure.
- One faulty battery can kill your entire battery bank.
- Our BMS Monitor individual batteries on key parameters including voltage, temperature, current, State of Charge (SOC), State of Health (SOH), and battery status.
- Optional wireless connectivity.
- Manage batteries from 12-80V and 0-500A.
- Watch 1000s of batteries across 100s of locations.
- 24/7 alerts via SMS, emails and missed calls.
- User defined alarm limits.
- Get prompted for instant action.
- View battery status from anywhere through cloud.
- Eliminate downtime and failures.
- Built-in intelligence for battery state recognition.
- Verified data on all battery parameters.
- Detailed analysis on battery performance.
- Daily, weekly, monthly, and annual reports can be generated to track battery performance and efficiency.
- Monitor batteries at less that Rs.50 per battery month.
- Identify faulty batteries instantly.
- 24/7 alerts via SMS, emails, and missed calls.
- Optimise battery configuration for all your backup and UPS systems.
- Get 100% uptime, all the time. Eliminate downtime and failures.
- Reduced manpower, shut down and other costs.
- Planned battery purchasing
- Simple plug and play.
- Wireless communication.
- Tangible benefits.
- Over 2 years in development with hard research, user and industry feedback.
- Unique battery ID and location.
- Centralized dashboard through secure cloud.
- Extensive battery data, analysis and reporting.
- Advanced customer support.
The BMS architecture consists of a Master Controller and multiple slave modules. The slave modules sit on the battery and have high-quality sensors to read data.
Each Master Controller can handle up to 36 individual batteries. The Master Controller receives data from the slaves, processes the incoming data, and sends the data to the cloud. You can connect hundreds of Master Controllers to monitor all your batteries.
Our proprietary architecture includes multiple redundancies to ensure safety and reliability at all times. The sensors, modules, and master controller are designed to be isolated from surges and power spikes. The sensors get their power from the batteries. The master controller get it’s own power from the UPS or Inverter and is thus never down. The master controller is also capable of both wired and wireless communication protocols, as per your specific needs.
Sosaley provides a secure and cost-effective Cloud framework for data collection and communication between the Battery management modules and the user. Your data is secured and stored in a biometrically sealed facility with redundancies built into the system for safeguarding against data loss.
Our continuous data sampling, reporting and battery management capability delivers all the necessary information at your fingertips, as well as to UPS/battery manufacturers/dealers for preventative maintenance. The cloud can also send SMS/email alerts directly to the service technicians to inform them about the status of the batteries.
||Voltage identifies catastrophic failures such as short-circuited cells and gives true visibility of battery performance.
||Temperature is a critical parameter as battery temperature measurements allow early detection of thermal runaway.
||An imbalance highlights potential problems within a battery string. Current measurement allows early detection of issues and any significant leakage faults.
|State of Charge (SOC)
||State of Charge (SOC), is used to describe how full a battery is. Remember, lead-acid battery always needs to be fully charged for storage.
|State of Health (SOH)
||SOH is a measure of the long-term capability of the battery and gives an indication of how much lifetime of the battery has been consumed and how much is left.
||C, D, or, S
||Battery status tells you if the battery is charging, discharging, or, in standby mode.
|Charging / Discharging cycles
||This is calculated to get a rough measure of the life of the battery. For example, if a manufacturer specs says the battery can be charged a 100 times, you will know how many charge cycles are left.
||Again calculated, this tells you how much time is left in the battery at current load conditions.
|Hydrogen Emmission monitoring
||Using a flex sensor, we can measure the bulge of the battery, if any, and warn you of possible battery explosions. This is particularly critical in installations where ventilation is low.
Individual Battery Voltage
Incorrect charge voltages may result in loss of capacity, accelerated grid corrosion, excessive gassing and premature end of life. Voltage also identifies catastrophic failures, such as short circuit cells, and gives true visibility of performance under discharge.
A battery’s life-span is normally specified at 20 or 25 degrees centigrade. Temperatures outside of the specified range can significantly affect the battery’s corrosion rate, and therefore the life of the battery. An 8-10 degree temperature increase can decrease battery life by 50%.
String current monitoring measures the energy delivered or accepted by each battery string. An UPS will only measure total current and cannot detect imbalances between strings. An imbalance highlights potential problems within a battery string. String current measurement also allows detection of incorrect battery charging and any significant earth leakage faults. Tracking the string voltage confirms the charger is on and performing correctly.
Individual Battery Impedance (Ohmic value)
The impedance of a battery will increase with age. High impedance results in a battery that cannot supply the required current – its key task. High impedance also highlights poor connections and open circuit batteries before failure. Batteries can fail in a very short period of time (less that a week) so measuring impedance daily allows you to detect faulty batteries without the need to discharge them. By trending impedance you can accurately determine end-of-life of the battery.
Measuring the temperature of each battery highlights localized environmental problems through poor HVAC. It can also highlight poor connections and excessive charger ripple. Temperature is a critical parameter for NiCad batteries. Most importantly, battery temperature measurements allow the early detection of thermal runaway.
32 bit Micro-Controller
Our micro-controller is powerful enough to handle multiple operations such as wireless communication, remote operations, data mining operations and any new features via future software upgrades.
Experience and Industry Feedback
Our product development has been guided by a 40 year industry veteran to ensure that we exceed the industry standards in all aspects of the development process.
Our BMS specifications are tailor made to fit the industry requirements.
Proprietary Cloud Framework
Our solution includes integration with the cloud for remote access from anywhere across the globe. We rely on our own custom developed back-end servers and framework instead of third-party vendors thereby increasing the security of your data.
Wireless Communication Options
Our controller can communicate via a variety of protocols such as serial port, WiFi, Ethernet, GSM etc.
Ease of Installation
The individual battery modules are as simple as a plug and play device. Easy to install and easy to replace. Detailed instruction manual available.
Remote Control of Your Batteries
Sosaley’s BMS is the only solution with the feature to cut-off your batteries in case of emergency/vacation feature. This feature also provides protection against spikes and short-circuits.
Integration with Manufacturers & Distributors
Our cloud/master-controller can directly provide feedback to UPS manufacturers and distributors, enabling them to perform remote services and preventative maintenance.
We can tag each customer with a unique ID so manufacturer or distributor can analyze and use the performance data to optimize their service and future offerings.
Advanced Customer Support
We provide a comprehensive support service along with our BMS solution and offer free replacements for up to 1 year.
The Sosaley BMS referred to here is to be used only with batteries that comply with IEC 60896 stationary lead acid batteries and/or with secondary cells and batteries containing alkaline or other non-acid electrolytes and meet IEC 62133 standards. For batteries and cells such as Li-Ion, please revert back to us.
Electrical and Electronic Safety
Sosaley BMS adheres to IEC 61508 safety standards that specifies the functional safety of electrical, electronic, and programmable electronic equipment.