Green Cubes Unveils Battery Backup Units for Telecom and Data Center Market

Green Cubes Technology, a manufacturer of Lithium-ion power systems, has launched its Guardian family of 48 Volt Lithium-ion Battery Backup Units. The Guardian battery series is designed for rack mount applications in the telecommunications and data center sectors.

To serve mission-critical services, the telecom and data center businesses must operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Battery backup solutions that are reliable, safe, and cost-effective are required for these applications. When the AC grid fails, these applications often rely on a centralized Uninterruptible Power Source (UPS) that is powered by huge, heavy lead-acid batteries.

Green Cubes’ Guardian Lithium-ion battery family would power these applications for a fraction of the weight, size, and total cost of ownership (TCO), according to the company.

“Telecom service providers and data center operators supporting mission critical IT infrastructure demand batteries that perform reliably when grid power fails,” said Jeffrey VanZwol, Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of Green Cubes. “The Guardian Lithium-ion batteries provide exceptional cycle and calendar life, simplify installation, eliminate the need for maintenance, and lower the total cost ownership of a typical battery backup installation.”

Integrated Battery Management System

Photo Jeffrey VanZwol, Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of Green Cubes
“Telecom service providers and data center operators supporting mission critical IT infrastructure demand batteries that perform reliably when grid power fails,” said Jeffrey VanZwol, Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of Green Cubes.

The Guardian battery series has three models that span in height from 2 Rack Unit (RU) to 4 Rack Unit (RU), fit in both 19″ and 23″ cabinets, and have a support capability of 105 to 175 Ahr.

The Guardian batteries have a nominal output of 48 volts and can charge and discharge at up to 100 amps. Each Guardian battery has an integrated Battery Management System (BMS), charging electronics, and unique Energy Balancing Technology (EBT), which allows for active current regulation, load sharing, and State of Charge balancing between linked units. To support different telecom and data center applications, all Guardian batteries offer active temperature control and either Lithium Nickel Manganese Cobalt (NMC) or Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) chemistries.

Green Cubes Technology, which was founded in 1986, brings decades of expertise manufacturing Lithium-ion batteries, chargers, and power converter equipment to the telecom and data center sector. Green Cubes’ Guardian Lithium-ion battery family was debuted at the 2021 Battcon convention last week in Hollywood, Florida.

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