HUASU Battery Monitoring System Escorts the Safety of Power System in Three Major Ports!
With the rapid development of the port and shipping industry, the import and export volume of major ports in China has maintained rapid growth, which brings huge economic benefits and also puts pressure on the port's power system. The port power system plays an important role in the normal operation of the port. Behind these power systems, battery safety monitoring is always indispensable.
Since 1978, Guangzhou Port has developed into an important hub of China's comprehensive transportation system and an important port of foreign trade in South China.
Port of Liangyungang
As the starting point at the eastern end of the New Silk Road, Lianyungang Port is now the largest seaport in Jiangsu, the most economical and convenient sea exit in northern Jiangsu and Midwest China, the eastern bridgehead of the New Eurasian Continental Bridge, one of the main coastal hub ports and important ports for energy export.
Tianjin Port is the maritime gateway of Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei, the starting point of the eastern China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor, an important node of the New Eurasian Continental Bridge, and a strategic fulcrum for the 21st century Maritime Silk Road.
In the construction of the three ports, Huasu has successively provided a total of 3,000 sets of H3G-TA battery monitoring system.
The battery monitoring system can monitor cell voltage, cell internal resistance, charge/discharge current and ambient temperature, and provide early warning and cell balancing for the failed cells in advance. This not only greatly improves the safety and reliability of power supply equipment operation, but also lays a solid foundation for the safe power supply of ports.