Popular capacity models od 12v 100ah 150ah 200ah Solar Lead Acid Battery for home solar pannel system
|Battery Cell:||Sealed Lead Acid||Guarantee:||3Years|
|Reusability:||Rechargeable||Apply:||Alarm And Safety System, Instrument System.|
|Place Of Origin:||China|
176Ah 200 amp hour gel battery,
124Ah gel solar battery 12v 200ah,
124Ah 200ah 12v gel battery
Wholesale smf lead acid battery 12v 200ah Gel Battery high capacity lead acid battery
1.What is gel battery?
Gel battery is valve regulated, maintenance free, lead acid battery. Gel batteries are extremely robust and versatile.
These type of batteries produce few fumes and can be used in places without much ventilation.
2.How does gel battery work?
A gel battery is a valve regulated, lead acid battery in which a pre-determined quantity of an electrolyte, together with sulphuric acid is combined with silica fumes. This chemical reaction results in an immobile, gel like mass giving these batteries their name. The gel batteries are virtually maintenance free as they uses one-way open valves that allow the internal gasses to recombine into water, hence removing any need to check to top up distilled water or monitor water level. Gel batteries are extremely robust and versatile.
They are safe to be installed in places where ventilation is limited, due to fact that they have a very low (virtually zero) gas/fumes production, which means you can even install the batteries inside your home.
3.Don’t confuse AGM batteries with GEL batteries
AGM batteries are often mistaken as Gel batteries due to their numerous similarities;
Both are recombinant – meaning that the oxygen produced on positive plate is absorbed by the negative plate. Now instead of producing hydrogen, the negative plate produces water, thus maintaining the water content in the battery.This is the reason why AGM and Gel batteries are valve regulated, sealed, spill proof, maintenance free, resistant to vibration and can be installed in any position.
The striking difference between the two is that of the electrolyte. Electrolyte being used in Gel batteries has a look of jelly whereas the AGM batteries have electrolyte absorbed in glass mat like separators. Due to the properties of electrolyte used in gel batteries the battery loses power fast at temperatures below 32 degree F(0 degrees Celsius) whereas AGM batteries work efficiently in cold temperatures.
Finally, gel batteries are best suited for deep discharge as they are more acid starved, protecting plates better compared to AGM batteries. The AGMs are more compatible where high current is required.
|Battery Model No.||FBR12V200Ah|
|Capacity affected by||40ºC||102%|
|Nominal operating temperature||25ºC±3ºC(77ºF±5ºF)|
|Float charging voltage||13.5 to 13.8V|
|Cyclic charging voltage||14.5 to 15V|
|Max charging current||60A|
|Max discharging current||1600A(5sec.)|
|Designed floating life(20ºC)||10years|
|Component||Positive plate||Negative plate||Container||Cover||Separator||Electrolyte||Safety valve||Terminal|
|Raw material||Lead dioxide||Lead||ABS||ABS||AGM||Sulfuric acid||Rubber||Copper|
>Constant Power Discharge Characteristics(Watt,25ºC)
It is widely used in communication equipment, UPS/EPS power supply, medical equipment, emergency lamp,
aviation signal, railway signal,alarm and safety system, instrument and instrument system.
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