Telecom Backup Power - Methanol Fuel Cell System - IdaTech, H2 PowerTech, CHEM

Telecom Backup Power - Methanol Fuel Cell System - IdaTech, H2 PowerTech, CHEM

The Methanol Fuel Cell System is an extended run backup power fuel cell system, available in 2.5 kW and 5 kW configurations. These systems provide reliable backup power for telecommunications applications. The Methanol Fuel Cell System includes a fuel reformer that converts methanol and water liquid fuel into hydrogen gas to power the unit. By generating its own hydrogen, the need for delivery and storage of bottled hydrogen is eliminated. For more information visit www.h2powertech.com.

IDA TECH 3MINS DJ RITCHIE RUFTONE

IDA TECH 3MINS   DJ RITCHIE RUFTONE

my ida tech uk 3mins video entry

Refueling a Backup Power Fuel Cell System with Methanol

Refueling a Backup Power Fuel Cell System with Methanol

Refueling a 5kW fuel cell, backup power system with liquid Methanol/Water fuel. The ElectraGen5 (TM) fuel cell system was originally developed by IdaTech and then rebranded as the ME2Power (TM) by H2 PowerTech and the CHEM Group.

Reformer Burner Testing - March 13 2012 Firing Test

Reformer Burner Testing - March 13 2012 Firing Test

Project Reformer Burner Testing done by engineers and instrumentation personnel last March 13, 2012 at PCSI Shop, Calgary

Fuel Cells for Telecom & Data Centre Backup Power

Fuel Cells for Telecom & Data Centre Backup Power

In critical backup power applications, such as data centres and telecommunications operators, even brief power outages can be extremely costly. Typically, these users have relied on cumbersome banks of batteries and/or diesel generators for backup power. The drawbacks are inconsistent power, limited runtime, physical plant issues and refueling logistics. Hydrogen is a better solution. Backup power systems incorporating our HyPM™ XR Fuel Cell Power Modules offer consistent power, seamless switching and virtually limitless runtime.

Gary S. Flood, CEO ReliOn at WTIA TECHNW 2010 Seattle, WA

Gary S. Flood, CEO ReliOn at WTIA TECHNW 2010  Seattle, WA

Interview with Gary S. Flood, CEO of ReliOn. Gary Flood joined ReliOn in November 2003, to lead the company's marketing and business development organization and efforts. As part of a company strategy to focus on the marketing and sales of ReliOn's fuel cell products, Flood was appointed President and CEO in February 2005. Prior to joining ReliOn, Flood served as Chief Executive Officer of Metawave Communications Corp., an infra- structure manufacturing company producing products for the mobile Wireless telecommunications industry. Flood joined Metawave in September of 2000, following Metawave's acquisition of Adaptive Telecom Inc. (ATI) where he was VP of Marketing and Sales. Prior to assuming the role of CEO at Metawave, Flood held the positions of chief operating officer and VP of Marketing and Business Development. WTIA TECHNW - http://www.washingtontechnology.org Interview by Tim Reha, New Media Synergy - http://wwww.newmediasynergy.com

Storage Battery Systems - Telecom Services Video

Storage Battery Systems - Telecom Services Video

Storage Battery Systems - Telecom Services Video Please visit - http://www.sbsbattery.com for more product information and videos. For over 98 years, Storage Battery Systems Inc. (SBS) has been a global pioneering leader in providing quality Power Solutions™ and products across all industries. At SBS, we offer a wide variety of DC products and services for stationary and motive power requirements that can enhance and maximize the performance you get from your application. At SBS, our products and services include; flooded battery cells, sealed VRLA strings, Ni-Cad jars, deep cycle batteries and rechargeable battery packs, forklift batteries, test equipment, uninterruptible power systems (UPS), mobile carts, and renewable energy applications. SBS designs custom battery changing systems, supplies battery chargers, accessories and testers, and provides maintenance services and reclamation for every need. Battery Testing, Forklift Battery Testing, Forklift, Industrial Battery, Lift truck, battery, batteries 2012 © Storage Battery Systems, Inc. -- "Power Solutions™"

Te47 Multi-purpose Outdoor Power System Enclosure Part 2 - Interior Overview

Te47 Multi-purpose Outdoor Power System Enclosure Part 2 - Interior Overview

Alpha outdoor enclosures bring versatility and reliability to outdoor power system enclosures. The Te47 Outdoor Power Enclosure is a 60" tall enclosure designed to provide either 48Vdc or 120Vac power to various Telecommunications equipment. Welded aluminum construction provides structural integrity that will withstand seismic events and harsh weather conditions. The Te47 is designed with the flexibility to house radios and other LTE/DAS equipment from various vendors along with power supplies and batteries. For more information about Te47, visit us at: http://www.alpha.ca/web2/products/enclosures/outdoor-enclosures-large/item/te47

Wind Power for Off Grid Telecom Applications More

Wind Power for Off Grid Telecom Applications  More

Electricity generation via wind power is often associated with modern day version of windmills spread through the hillsides and plains of the country side. Urban Green Energy is set to change that with a product line of relatively low-cost wind turbines. Designed to make little noise and to run at low revolutions per minute, such that birds and bees and see their outline, these spinning wings may be installed anywhere; in a dense urban area to a remote, off-grid, rural area. David Droz, vice president of business development for Urban Green Energy, explains how distributed power, using a hybrid system consisting of wind, solar and battery back-up tied together by intelligence, offers a way to supplement or replace the grid. Example applications include: ? Alternative power to the grid ? Off-grid, electric car chargers ? Off-grid, telecom applications To this last application, wind-power, coupled with solar, could serve as an alternative or as a supplement to fuel-powered generators for telecom remote terminal cabinet or for off-grid wireless towers. With features such as remote monitoring and control and pricing that is geared toward residential use, these units could prove cost-competitive for operators wishing to create a more reliable power system for their telecom infrastructure.

Fuel cell

Fuel cell

A fuel cell is a device that converts the chemical energy from a fuel into electricity through a chemical reaction with oxygen or another oxidizing agent. Hydrogen is the most common fuel, but hydrocarbons such as natural gas and alcohols like methanol are sometimes used. Fuel cells are different from batteries in that they require a continuous source of fuel and oxygen/air to sustain the chemical reaction whereas in a battery the chemicals present in the battery react with each other to generate an emf. Fuel cells can produce electricity continuously for as long as these inputs are supplied. This video targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Public domain image source in video

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