The capacity refers to the energy or physical load amount that equipment can handle.
|List Options||Option Definition||Unit of Measure||Source|
|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.||n/a||EPA|
|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.||n/a||EPA|
|Connected load||Power load capacity of equipment in the premises, such as total kW of a server farm.||n/a|
|Full Load||Equipment capacity as measured at full load||N/A|
|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.||n/a||EPA|
|Rated||Equipment nameplate rated capacity||N/A|
|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.||n/a||EPA|
|Size||Dimensional size of equipment.||n/a|
|Volume||Volume capacity of equipment or asset, such as a pool.||n/a|
|Waste heat||Amount of heat energy rejected to its surroundings.||n/a||BuildingSync|
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