Yuasa to showcase new wireless battery monitoring solution at Data Centre World


Yuasa will be launching a new UPS battery temperature monitoring solution at this year’s Data Centre World (stand D1025), at Excel, London on 12/13 March. The new solution consists of the Yu-Power YPCBM2 Battery Temperature Logger, the Yu-Power YPCD01 Battery Temperature Logger USB Wireless Receiver, and accompanying dynamic software.

When used together, the Temperature Logger and Wireless Receiver monitor temperature and voltage, communicate wirelessly and determine if a battery system is operating within recommended guidelines. These products ensure long service life and reliable performance by continually monitoring key parameters.

The Yu-Power YPCD01 Battery Temperature Logger USB Wireless Receiver comes with powerful analytic software designed by Yuasa engineers. This Yu-Power software performs real-time accurate voltage and temperature data logging; produces temperature and voltage alerts in the form of graphs; has easy detection, set-up and personalisation of up to 1000 data loggers; and allows for customisable data downloads.


Yuasa will be giving away Yu-Power YPCBM2 Battery Temperature Logger demonstration kits on their stand. These can be easily connected to an existing battery system to start recording data. A personalised, on-site demonstration with Yuasa can then be arranged for a demonstration of the powerful system using the data collected.

In addition to the new battery monitoring solution, Yuasa will also exhibit its dual chemistry battery system on its high-profile exhibition stand. Designed to utilise the best of both Lithium-ion and Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) battery technology, the system contains 12 GS Yuasa LIM50EN-12-F2 Li-ion high energy modules connected in parallel with FXH VRLA types to the same DC bus of a UPS.

The dual chemistry system offers the low cost and recyclability of VRLA together with the higher efficiency and operational flexibility of li-ion. It allows lower capital cost UPS systems to be installed with lower operating costs and reduced electricity consumption.


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