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TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION ADVERTORIAL New Truck iQ dashboard display gives materials handling vehicle drivers real time visibility of battery status E


nerSys® (NYSE:ENS), the global leader in stored energy solutions, has introduced the new Truck iQTM


smart battery dashboard to give materials handling vehicle drivers


real-time visibility of their truck’s battery status. This enables drivers to optimise their battery’s utilisation and power management, while avoiding the risk of damage or productivity loss due to incorrect usage.


The Truck iQTM smart battery dashboard enhances management of motive power


battery fleets, as each truck driver can easily see and understand their battery’s condition and associated parameters from their seat, in real time. They can therefore react immediately to optimise performance and prevent damage, if required.


collected by a compact, harness-mounted Wi-iQ3® battery monitoring device. The Wi-iQ® battery monitoring device relays this information to the Truck iQTM


Battery data is measured by wireless sensors located on the truck battery, and smart battery


dashboard via Bluetooth BLE. This communication channel is established quickly and automatically on power-up, without need for driver intervention. This is especially important during battery changes, which can be performed without any additional setup overhead or delay. As the module starts up, the Truck iQTM


smart battery dashboard


automatically recognises the battery’s ID. Information delivered to the Truck iQTM


smart battery dashboard includes real time


State of Charge (SoC), and alarms and alerts for the following battery parameters: temperature, electrolyte level, low SoC and cell unbalance.


The dashboard’s primary screen features a prominent graph showing SoC, remaining


work time and battery temperature. Battery warnings relating to Go to Charge - accompanied by a buzzer – and high battery temperature, electrolyte level or unbalance are visible. Also displayed are the User ID, the worked time, and the number of Ah that have been re-injected into the battery by vehicle braking.


The driver can simply touch to unlock the display and access other, more detailed


screens. One displays settings for communications and pairing, while another shows details for the battery, cycle status, truck data and warning history.


Battery information includes type and serial number, daily and total discharge in


Ah and total discharge time, together with daily worked time and cycle number. Current cycle status covers battery voltage, current, remaining Ah, worked time and usage time, while truck data includes an hour meter and shock detection.


EnerSys  0161 794 4611  emea.news@enersys.com  https://powermanagement.enersys.com/en/products/


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