GUI improvements include more prominent status indicators and critical alerts are now highly visible –making it easier to identify issues and save time analyzing your batteries.
Now, you can save time by running an ohmic scan anytime on individual strings instead of the entire site.
In addition to hourly and six hourly scanning, you now have the option to select ‘constant’ scanning. By selecting the ‘constant’ scan frequency, Cellwatch will measure the battery and update the user interface immediately, so you’ll know actual cell voltages at all times.
Several new graphing functions make it easier to understand what’s going on with your battery and make it easier to isolate battery issues – especially for administrators of large systems. Improvements range from advanced filtering, to plotting alarm levels, to multi-year views of your historical data.
With Cellwatch 4.0, the time consuming process of manually programming ohmic alarms has been eliminated. Cellwatch will now automatically set ohmic alarm levels for thousand of jars in less than a minute. This is a significant time saver for administrators of hundreds and thousands of jars.
We’ve greatly simplified the process of isolating and managing alarms, and generating reports. Now you can quickly sort through all alarms by type or status to help determine the health of your battery and to develop your plan of action. This is a huge time saver for users who manage large or aging battery systems.
We’ve made some more efficient improvements in the discharge routine and instead of scanning faster we decided to save the data to disk. Discharge data is stored to disc immediately to prevent the loss of data in the event of power failure.
With Cellwatch 4.0, the scanning speed for systems with nulled DCM channels has been accelerated. Scans are now performed at the same rate as 2V-12V configurations.