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One of the most common reoccurring issues seen in the world of battery testing today is the request from field personnel asking for "Ohmic Test Reference Values". These battery users with a variety of battery types installed are eagerly looking for a more efficient ways to determine the relative state of health of all their battery sites. This challenge becomes more difficult with the proliferation of installed batteries and the availability of qualified technicians prepared to perform scheduled battery maintenance. This paper will present ideas describing how and why to utilize Ohmic test instruments in a managed battery maintenance program designed to maximize technician productivity and improve overall system reliability.