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lead carbon Battery

Advantages of Lead Carbon batteries versus Lithium batteries and Lead-Acid:

  • No BMS (Battery Management System) is needed to prevent over-charging and under-charging on a per cell basis.
  • No thermal run-away risk of individual cells overheating, exploding, and burning.
  • Much greater kW storage capacity per dollar compared with lithium. Approximately twice the storage capacity, or about half the price for the same kW capacity.
  • Easy to carry modular system where each battery can be carried and put in place, without needing any lifting equipment.
  • Suitable for On-Grid Hybrid and Off-Grid systems due to high discharge amperage capacity.
  • No Cooling fans/system needed for lead-carbon batteries.
  • Much higher energy density and longer life in the same size (or smaller) package compared with existing AGM / GEL and Flooded Lead Acid Batteries.
  • No harmful and toxic gases coming off lead-carbon batteries.

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Description

Lead Carbon Battery
Lead Carbon Batteries are a relatively new and significant battery energy storage technology that evolved from the lead acid batteries used in cars for over 100 years. Right off the bat, this makes which makes Lead Carbon Batteries easy to understand and maintain.
What can destroy a lead acid battery?
Lead acid batteries are one where you physically shorten the life if you continue to discharge a battery, even below 50% charge. If you leave the car lights on for several days, it can kill the battery, especially if there is a freeze and a dead lead acid battery is filled with water and can freeze and ruin the battery plates, or even the outside case.
Lead Carbon Battery
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.