BatteryDAQ Monitoring Solutions Obtains Underwriter Laboratories (UL) certification

BatteryDAQ, provider of battery monitoring solutions to clients worldwide, has received Underwriter Laboratories (UL) certification for its Sentry battery monitoring products. The BatteryDAQ Sentry series joins a very limited group of UL-certified monitoring products.

Tom Shannon, Director of Business Development, explained why the company chose to pursue UL certification. “Though the certification process was rigorous, costly, and time-consuming, the benefits are well worth it: Peace of mind for our customers, a comprehensive, independent review of our design, processes, and standards, and public affirmation of the quality of our American-made Sentry products.”

“The UL certification further distinguishes our product in the marketplace. And coupled with our MyBattery web platform, the Sentry enables customers to easily and cost-effectively manage any number of sites, from one to one million. Using the latest in cloud-based computing and user-friendly web access, users can view, sort, trend, and analyze installations in a number of ways. More important, the information provided can be used to reduce operating costs by making smarter decisions related to battery maintenance and replacement, truck rolls, and staffing.”

UL is a global independent safety science company offering expertise in certification, validation, testing, inspections, auditing, education and advisory services. It is the largest and best known independent, not-for-profit testing laboratory in the world.  Its product safety evaluations involve a comprehensive review of important safety issues such as electrical shock, fire hazards, and even performance when it’s inherent to a product operating safely.

BatteryDAQ, LLC is an innovator of battery monitoring solutions for the telecom, UPS, broadband, and utility markets. Its comprehensive 24/7 battery monitoring technology and cloud-based informatics data platform provide the ability to reliably monitor millions of batteries worldwide.