Lead carbon: better partial state-of-charge performance, more cycles, and higher efficiency
Replacing the active material of the negative plate by a lead carbon composite potentially reduces sulfation and improves charge acceptance of the negative plate.
The advantages of lead carbon therefore are:
– Less sulfation in case of partial state-of-charge operation.
– Lower charge voltage and therefore higher efficiency and less corrosion of the positive plate.
– And the overall result is improved cycle life.
Tests have shown that our lead carbon batteries do withstand at least five hundred 100% DoD cycles. The tests consist of a daily discharge to 10,8V with I = 0,2C₂₀, followed by approximately two hours rest in discharged condition, and then a recharge with I = 0,2C₂₀.
General Information :
Available Energy per Battery (50% DoD) = 960 Wh
Measurements (L x W x H): 20.94 in x 8.14 in x 8.85 in // 532 mm x 207 mm x 226 mm
Weight : 121 lbs // 55 kg
Warranty: 2 years