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The AcmeG range front access gel batteries is designed based on the Acme series, using the polymer gel electrolyte with real front access structure. The state-of the-art internal and external design ensures AcmeG the high reliability and makes the installation quite simple and safe when placed on a standard relay rack tray or in a closed cabinet. AcmeG range gel battery is designed with high energy density and suitable for 19". 23" rack or cabinet.
Using the polymer gel electrolyte
4BS paste technology
Special paste formula
Special patented grid alloy
Wide operational temperature range
Excellent charging and discharging ability at low temperature
Decline the water-loss at high temperature
real front access structure makes the installation and maintenance squite simple and safe
suitable for 19". 23" rack or cabinet
The specially centralized venting system ensures the small gas be vented our of the closed cabinet
Designed to be compliant with:
BS 6290 Part 4
Manufactured under system ISO9001 & ISO14001 by NARADA
Battery installation compliant with:
EN 50272-2 or local equivalents
Telecom standby and cyclical applications
Power plant and power transfer system
Solar energy system
Emergency lighting system
float voltage: 2.25Vpc at 77oF(25oC) , Equalization charge voltage: 2.40Vpc at 77oF(25oC)
Self discharge rate: < 2% pre month at 68oF(20oC)
Design life: more than 12 years at 68oF(20oC)
Shelf life: 6 months at 68oF(20oC)
Recombination efficiency: >99%
the Pressure at which the valve opens & reclose is Opened at 10 to 35kpa(1.45psi to 5.08psi) and
closed at 3 to 15 kpa (0.44psi to 2.18psi)
Temperature ranges: -40oC to 50oC
Terminal Hardware Torque:10±0.1N m
Container Material: ABS (V0 optional)
What is a Gel Cell Battery?
A gel battery design is typically a modification of the standard lead acid automotive or marine battery. A gelling agent is added to the electrolyte to reduce movement inside the battery case. Many gel batteries also use one way valves in place of open vents, this helps the normal internal gasses to recombine back into water in the battery, reducing gassing. "Gel Cell" batteries are non-spillable even if they are broken. Gel cells must be charged at a lower voltage (C/20) than flooded or AGM to prevent excess gas from damaging the cells. Fast charging them on a conventional automotive charger may be permanently damage a Gel Battery.
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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