Battery Manager Software
The Battery Manager software manages rechargeable and primary batteries with databases. It supports a range of charging devices connected to serial computer ports (RS-232, USB). The measurement data gathered during charging can be used to plan charging optimally and for the prediction of the current state of charge of your rechargeables.
With rechargeable batteries and recent charging devices you can save money for expensive disposable batteries and protect the environment by avoiding waste.
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The advantages of the Battery Manager software at a glance:
- Convenient management of batteries, devices, manufacturers, locations, and measurements
- Keep track of your hardware: battery deployment and lifecycle, state of charge prognosis
- Automate data collection with charging devices like Conrad Charge Manager and barcodes/RFID
- Life-saving: replace critical (rechargeable) batteries e.g. used for smoke detectors in-time
- Get the required features at minimal costs choosing one of the available editions
- Compatible with Windows, OS X, Linux, and many more systems.
Protecting the environment is important to all of us: move forward now and help to reduce waste. Save money with rechargeable batteries and modern charging devices, avoid costs for disposable batteries.
The Battery Manager software assists you to get the maximum out of your rechargeables and to use the gathered information to plan recharging in an optimal way. Save precious time and recharge multiple batteries with low charge levels simultaneously. Make sure that (rechargeable) batteries deployed at critical applications like smoke detectors are replaced in-time.
Battery Manager is available in three editions:
- Personal Edition: Manage batteries and charging devices with embedded database (single-user)
- Professional Edition: Supports one single external database (like Oracle), extended networking
- Enterprise Edition: Support for multiple external databases, data transfer, extended networking
How to continue
- Test the Battery Manager software for 30 days now
- Check out the system requirements
- View the documentation
- Compare the Battery Manager editions