Capacity Qualifier

The capacity refers to the energy or physical load amount that equipment can handle.

Data Type: 
Constrained List
Unit of Measure: 
Commercial, Residential, Multifamily
List Options Option Definition Unit of Measure
Accumulated nonactive energy The energy, in watt-hours (Wh), consumed by the battery charger in battery maintenance and standby modes of operation over a period of time. A standard 48-hour period is used for evaluation, consisting of 36 hours of maintenance mode operation followed by 12 hours of standby mode operation. None
Battery energy The energy, in watt-hours (Wh), that may be delivered by the battery under specified discharge conditions. Battery energy is measured at a constant current discharge rate of 0.2 C, beginning with a fully charged battery and ending at the manufacturer specified cutoff voltage. None
Connected load Power load capacity of equipment in the premises, such as total kW of a server farm. None
Full Load Equipment capacity as measured at full load None
Nominal voltage Industry standard cell voltage multiplied by the number of cells in the battery pack. Nominal Battery Voltage is typically listed on battery packaging. None
None None None
Not applicable Not applicable None
Other Other None
Rated Equipment nameplate rated capacity None
Rated voltage The equipment's nameplate rated voltage is tested at standard testing conditions and indicates the voltage at which the equipment is designed to work. None
Size Dimensional size of equipment. None
Unknown Unknown None
Volume Volume capacity of equipment or asset, such as a pool. None
Waste heat Amount of heat energy rejected to its surroundings. None
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