Battery Monitor checks float current.

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Float Charging Current Probe (FCCP) monitors float charging current on up to 2 strings of VRLA batteries. Non-intrusive sensor is easy to install in new and existing applications. It monitors internal current changes in batteries over time and allows sufficient duration to react prior to possible catastrophic event.

Original Press Release:

C & D Technologies' Powercom Division Introduces The Float Charging Current Probe (FCCP) To Monitor VRLA Batteries

Blue Bell, PA, January 2, 2002 -- C&D TECHNOLOGIES, Inc., a leading provider of flooded and valve regulated lead-acid batteries, rectifiers, converters, inverters, monitoring systems and dc power distribution, has announced the release of their Float Charging Current Probe (FCCP).

C&D's Powercom Division now offers a simple and economical way to monitor float current, a critical attribute of VRLA Batteries. This latest product from C&D combines quick access and a compact design in a probe that ensures early warning to preclude possible catastrophic events. The FCCP allows you to monitor float charging current on up to two strings of batteries and the non-intrusive sensor technology makes installation in new and existing applications fast and easy.

"This product will greatly assist customers to maximize their power investment with a low cost, proactive tool that monitors the internal current changes in the batteries over time and allows sufficient duration to react prior to a possible catastrophic event", said Mark Canterbury, Product Manager for the C&D Powercom Division.

C&D TECHNOLOGIES offers fully integrated reserve power systems for telecommunications, and battery systems for uninterruptible power supply and utility switchgear and control markets. C&D's unique ability to offer complete standby power systems, designed and produced to high technical standards sets it apart from its competition and enhances its position in the marketplace.

C&D TECHNOLOGIES is ISO 9001 certified and its products are installed throughout North and South America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East.

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