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re: Intelligent sensor, algorithms improve battery management
DrFPGA   9/30/2011 10:02:12 PM
I like the metrics- SoH, SoC and SoF. Can these be applied to otehr battery based systems too?

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prabhakar_deosthali   9/20/2011 12:01:11 PM
With increasing electronics sub systems in today's car there is increasing demand on the battery. The battery sometimes becomes the weakest link in your otherwise sophisticated car. With all that modern controls on the dashboard, what if the battery does not give enough power to crank your engine? . You are just stuck somewhere in the middle of a jungle or in the middle of heavy traffic. We need to do away the over dependence on a single battery. We need to have a backup battery system in the car to be able to atleast start the car. I have yet to see a car having such a backup battery.

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