You Can't Go the Distance with Too Much Resistance

A low resistance conduction path throughout a standby battery circuit is essential for proper, reliable and safe operation. Connection resistance that's too high can, at a minimum, result in reduced run time. At the other end of the failure spectrum, overheated connections or worse, a battery fire, can result if the checks and balances don't add up. This month's blog addresses verifying inter-cell/inter-unit connections are adequate and up to the task when a discharge occurs. Not a Level Playing Field It's noteworthy that while tracking connection resistance is recommended, the batteries don't always cooperate. By that I mean the terminal construction and/or installation methods don't necess

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