A Step Towards Green Environment: Solar Tubular Battery
Integrated has released its solar flooded tubular batteries, which are meant to provide renewable energy users with stable, consistent, and low-maintenance electricity. In rural and power-deficient areas, these batteries may be subjected to deep cycle applications and need minimal maintenance. The Solar Tubular Battery is capable of operating in a partial state of charge (PSOC). These batteries are available in 12 volts and range in capacity from 20 ah to 150 ah.
Solar Tubular Battery Features
- Solar Tubular Batteries are manufactured of PPCP (Polypropylene Co-Polymer) containers, which are both durable and attractive.
- High-pressure Die Casting (HADI) machines generate defect-free positive spine grids with fine grain structures. As a result, the product has high corrosion resistance and long service life.
- Even under adverse environmental circumstances, Solar LMLA Batteries have a substantial acid reservoir, reducing the requirement for water top-up.
- Low antimony alloy lessens the frequency of topping up by minimizing water loss.
- Tubular plates with high tensile strength for long cycle life (1500 cycle at 80 percent DOB and 5000 cycles at 20 percent DOD).
- At 27c, there is a low rate of self-discharge of less than 3% each month.
- Deep Cycling capabilities, as well as the ability to tolerate partial stage of charge operation (PSOC).
Tall Tubular Solar Battery
The most successful, oldest, and most dependable solar battery technology is a lead-acid tall tubular battery. It’s nothing more than a more advanced version of standard batteries that may be utilized with solar at home and elsewhere. Solar Tubular Battery is deep cycle solar batteries that have been thoroughly tested and can be used for decades in off-grid solar systems, hybrid solar systems, solar house lighting systems, and solar street lights.
These solar batteries have been specifically designed to meet the needs of solar applications. Tall tubular solar batteries have a C-10 rating and are capable of slow charging. These batteries must be charged at a low ampere for solar applications. A lead-acid tall tubular solar battery has to be recharged every 3 to 6 months with water and can store more energy than any other battery.
Tubular Batteries are low-maintenance batteries with positive tubular plates that are well-known for their outstanding power backup for extended periods. It has imported 8mm tubular gauntlets from Germany, which produce excellent results by maintaining a reasonable gap between active materials and electrolytes, ensuring stable performance, and reducing the speed of antimony release from the positive grid, resulting in longer periods of power backup and battery service life.
Tubular Batteries are also unique in that they contain 30% more electrolyte, which acts as a coolant, controls the rising temperature of the battery, and, in the presence of a carbon canister fitted in the water level indicator, reverts water out of the battery due to vaporization, resulting in ultra-low maintenance.
Tubular Batteries have specifically designed active materials that provide maximum power output when needed for a much longer amount of time than regular deep cycle batteries. As a result, it’s an excellent solution for home inverter and solar systems, especially in areas with frequent power outages.