Energy Storage

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In energy storage systems,sensors provide real-time data on battery voltage, current, and temperature, allowing for accurate monitoring and management of energy storage systems.

By accurately tracking these variables, sensors prevent overcharging or over-discharging, prolonging the lifespan of batteries and maximizing their efficiency.

State of Charge (SOC) Monitoring:

By continuously measuring the voltage and current, these sensors provide accurate information about the energy stored in the system. This data helps optimize charging and discharging processes, ensuring maximum energy utilization

Temperature and Thermal Management:

Maintaining optimal temperature levels is vital for the longevity and performance of energy storage systems.  The temperature sensor monitors the internal temperature of the system to carry out effective thermal management and ensure the safe and efficient operation of the energy storage system.

Fault Detection and Diagnostics:

They monitor various parameters, such as voltage, current, and temperature, to identify abnormalities or malfunctions. 

Energy Efficiency Optimization

By monitoring the voltage and current, these sensors help identify inefficiencies and energy losses.  This information enables operators to make adjustments and optimize the system’s operation to maximize energy efficiency.


Product for Energy Storage


Y06-500/1000/2000 Series

  • Accurately measures AC, DC and pulse currents
  • Fast response <1μs
  • High immunity from external interference
  • Excellent current overload capacity
  • Very low offset drift