How to choose base station battery?

According to data from CTECHI Labs, the energy cost required to operate a global data and communication network will surge from US$40 billion in 2011 to US$343 billion in 2025. Wow! The continued rapid growth of traffic has promoted this amazing growth.

Faced with such a huge growth, reducing communication consumption has become a priority for communication service providers. But how? How to reduce energy costs while integrating new technologies and maintaining optimal network performance?

How to save energy?

Today's base station sites are packed with technology and need to manage complex hardware. As energy demand increases, DC cables need to become thicker to carry the increased current. Not only requires more site space, installation becomes more difficult, and the loss of copper cables increases, and the distribution points in the cables generate more energy waste. All these will increase the cost, and CSP will try to avoid this cost when upgrading the site.

Bottom line impact

The savings for each site are considerable:

• Save hardware: power supply wiring costs

• Save installation: smaller AC cables and auxiliary equipment make installation easier and faster

• Save installation: smaller AC cables and auxiliary equipment make installation easier and faster

• Improved flexibility of site configuration planning: support for long-term operation of feeder-free sites

• More energy-efficient solutions

• Universal energy solutions: also suitable for small cell sites (directly using AC power) and other AC radios that may be used in the future

Other obvious benefits include reduced mast load (wind and mass); fewer cable troughs (existing troughs are usually full); the loss in the AC power cord is significantly lower than the loss in the DC power supply; existing backup batteries can be used ; And make room for modernization.


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