New NorthStar Battery App an Advanced Tool for iPhone and iPad
STOCKHOLM, February 25, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --
NorthStar has now released an advanced tool for the Telecom, UPS and Engine Start markets - the NorthStar Battery App.
The app includes site dimensioning tools, performance comparison guides, battery and cabinet selection guides, product documentation, and even a tool to help you find the nearest NorthStar distributor. And best of all: the app is free.
Since being released the app has already been downloaded hundreds of times. NorthStar CEO Hans Lidén says he understands why it has been so popular.
"The NorthStar Battery App is like a Swiss army knife - it's a dozen tools all rolled into one," says Hans. "If you're building a UPS datacenter, the app can tell you how many batteries you need. Or if you want to compare how much you can save by using NorthStar batteries and cabinets on your Telecom site, the app can tell you that too. If your car won't start and you need the best battery to replace it with, the app can show you the closest store. I never leave home without it!"
The NorthStar Battery App has full support for iPhone 4 and 5, as well as native iPad support. An Android version of the app is currently under production and is expected to be released soon.
"At NorthStar we are always looking for ways to innovate to deliver premium products and a high standard of service," says Hans. "This app is another great example of that."
Established in 2000, NorthStar designs and manufactures high performance lead-acid batteries and energy-saving battery cabinets. NorthStar products are specifically developed for Telecom Power Systems, Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Engine Start applications - to provide longer battery life and a reduced environmental impact, at a lower total cost. The company has state-of-the-art facilities in the USA, Sweden, China and India, and their products are used in 120 countries worldwide.
For more information, visit http://www.northstarbattery.com or contact: Reuben Keeling, NorthStar Marketing and Communications Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
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