IEEE Product No.: STDVU127
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A complete reference with standards, essential papers, and convenient tools wrapped inside an easy-to-use interface that runs inside your web browser. You need this product CD if you are designing, manufacturing, sizing, selecting, installing, maintaining, testing, or operating storage batteries used in stationary and portable applications, including generating stations, substations, energy storage, industrial control, emergency/standby generator sets, emergency lighting, telecommunications, portable computing, and uninterruptible power supplies.Covers rechargeable lead-acid, nickel-cadmium, lithium-ion, and other types of batteries.
Includes 19 active and 3 withdrawn IEEE standards in the Stationary Batteries family (also includes photovoltaics, portable computers, and cell phones):
Includes 9 Bonus Papers...
IEEE Calculation of Capacity by Rate-Adjusted Method (Microsoft Excel 5.0 or later required)
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