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Battery Features :
1. Maintenance-Free Operation
Absorbent Glass Mat (AGM) technology ensures efficient gas recombination up to 99% and freedom from electrolyte maintenance. During the expected float service life of Prostar batteries, no need to check the specific gravity of the electrolyte or add water.
2. Good Discharging Ability
Tight assembly technology ensures an excellent high-rate discharge performance.
3. Long Service Life
A unique corrosion-resistant grid alloy ensures Prostar batteries have long service life.
4. Low Self Discharge
Using high purity raw materials ensures Prostar batteries have less self-discharge.
Gas Recombination technology ensures the battery high seal reacting rate, which can prevent the acid fog from separating out.
6. Safe & Reliable
Efficient venting system automatically release excess gas when the pressure rises above the normal level & reseals the valves when it returns to the normal rate, which can protect the battery from bursting.
Applied Scope :
1. Communication Systems: Switch, Microwave Stations, Mobile Base Stations, Data Centers, Radio and Broadcasting Stations
2. Motivity Field: Robots, Electric Toys, Electric Tools & Portable Vacuum Cleaners
3. Solar & Wind Power Generation Systems
4. Signal System & Emergency Lighting Systems
5. EPS & UPS Systems
Q: What is an AGM battery?
A: An AGM battery is a lead-acid battery that is sealed using special pressure valves and completely maintenance-free. It has all of its electrolyte absorbed in separators consisting of a sponge-like mass of matted glass fibers, and uses a recombination reaction to prevent the escape of hydrogen and oxygen gases normally lost in a flooded lead-acid battery (particularly in deep cycle applications).
Q: What is a GEL battery?
A: A gel battery is a lead-acid battery that is sealed using special pressure valves and completely maintenance-free. It uses thixotropic gelled electrolyte and uses a recombination reaction to prevent the escape of hydrogen and oxygen gases normally lost in a flooded lead-acid battery (particularly in deep cycle applications).
Q: What is a NiCad Battery?
A: The nickel cadmium battery is a type of rechargeable battery using nickel oxide hydroxide and metallic cadmium as electrodes. EverExceed manufactures pocket plate and sintered plate nicad batteries.
Q: What is battery rating?
A: The most common battery rating is the Ampere-hour Rating. The capacity of a battery, in Ahs, is a dynamic number that is dependent on the discharge current.For example: 10 amperes for 20 hours (10 x 20) = 200 Ah @ the 20-hour rate.
Q: How can you tell if a VRLA battery has been damaged by under- or overcharging?
A: The only way is with a load test. Use the same procedure you would use with a wet cell battery:
a. Recharge if the open circuit voltage is below 75%.
b. If adjustable, set the load at 12 the CCA rating or three times the 20 hour rate.
c. Apply the load for 15 seconds. The voltage should stabilize above 9.6 volts while on load.
d. If below 9.6 volts, recharge and repeat test.
e. If below 9.6 volts a second time, replace the battery.
Q: How long does it take to recharge a fully discharged VRLA battery?
A: A specific time is difficult to determine because recharging depends on the following factors: depth of discharge; temperature; size and efficiency of the charger; age and condition of the battery.
Q: How do I select the right battery for my applications?
A: Proper battery selection may require the assistance of a knowledgeable battery sales or service technician. Please consult EverExceed for more details.
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