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The EosG range of gel technology batteries offers outstanding performance including a 15+ years design life .
The EosG series batteries is designed based on the Eos series.
Using the polymer gel electrolyte .
Built to the highest standards and compliant with the latest IEC60896-21/22 standard .
This range also offers 100% capacity out-of-the-box and is capable of handling deep discharges for complete peace of mind. The use of flexible connectors and the ability to be installed both horizontally and vertically allows for multiple installation possibilities.
Above 15 years designed life
Reliable post sealing structure
Excellent charging acceptant ability
Excellent performance at extreme high and low temperature
Low self-discharge ability
Flexible and convenient installation with slinky outside looking
|300Ah(C10)||300Ah(10 hours rate:)|
Height with termial:
BS6290 part 4
Manufactured under system ISO9001(TUV)
Battery installation compliant with:
EN 50272-2 or local equivalents
Correspondence exchange and transmission system
Mobile communication system
Power plant and power transformer system
Navigation and signaling system
Solar energy system
Radio and broadcasting station
Emergency lighting system
Plate special patent calcium and tin lead alloy and thick plate design
Container ABS(V0 optional)
Electrolyte using the polymer gel electrolyte
Terminal M8 copper core posts
What is sulfation of batteries?
Sulfation is the formation or deposit of lead sulfate on the surface and in the pores of the active material of the batteries' lead plates. If the sulfation becomes excessive and forms large crystals on the plates, the battery will not operate efficiently and may not work at all. Common causes of battery sulfation are standing a long time in a discharged condition, operating at excessive temperatures, and prolonged under or over charging.
How long a battery can last?
The service design life of a battery are vary considerably with how it is used, how it is maintained and charged, temperature, and other factors.
Do batteries self-discharge when not in use?
All batteries, regardless of their chemistry, self-discharge. The rate of self-discharge depends both on the type of battery and the storage temperature the batteries are exposed to. However, for a good estimate, Narada batteries self-discharge approximately 4% per week at 80ĄăF.
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