Thursday, 11 August 2011

BBOXX RD Congo staffs in the field repairing their first backup systems in Goma

BBOXX RD Congo staff dismantling a broken UPS.
BBOXX Congo staffs started repairing defective backup systems around Goma. Throughout this task they realised the large demand for good quality deep-cycle storage batteries and controllers which are often the weakest links of many power backup systems in Congo. Those systems often made in China or India have a very short lifespan here because of the dusty and polluted air conditions and also the lack of trained technicians to size and program them properly.
BBOXX RD Congo technicians testing some circuit boards.

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