Classification and model of lead-acid batteries

Classification and model of lead-acid batteries
  1. Classified according to the number of electrolytes and the structure of the battery tank
    According to the number of electrolytes and the structure of the battery tank, it can be divided into traditional open lead-acid batteries and valve-regulated sealed lead-acid batteries. The former is an open semi-sealed structure, the electrolyte is in a rich liquid state, and water needs to be added to adjust the acid density during use. The latter is a fully sealed structure, the electrolyte is in a lean state, and there is no need to add water or acid for maintenance during use, referred to as VRLA battery.
  2. Classified according to the purpose of the battery
    According to the purpose of the battery, it can be divided into recycle battery and floating charge battery. The floating battery is mainly a backup battery. The batteries used for cycling and starting are railway batteries, car batteries, solar batteries, electric vehicle batteries, traction batteries, and other types.
  3. According to the battery usage environment classification
    According to the usage environment of the battery, it can be divided into mobile battery and fixed battery. Fixed batteries are mainly used for backup power sources, and are widely used in post and telecommunications, power stations, and hospitals. The biggest requirement is safety and reliability. Because they are fixed in a certain place, weight is not a critical issue. Currently used for stationary batteries, mainly sealed VRLA batteries and traditional flooded batteries. Mobile batteries mainly include batteries for diesel locomotives, batteries for railway passenger cars, batteries for motorcycles, batteries for electric vehicles and motorcycles, and batteries for tractors.

The name of the battery is composed of the cell number, model, rated capacity, function or shape of the battery. Omit when the cell number of single battery is 1 (2V), 6V and 12V are 3 and 6 respectively. The product models of each company have different interpretations, but the basic meaning of the product models will not change. For example: GFM-500, where G is a fixed type; F is a valve-controlled type, M is a sealed, 500 is the rated capacity of 10 hours; 6-GFMJ-100, where 6 is 6 monomers (voltage 12V), G It is a fixed type, F is a valve-controlled type, M is a seal, J is a colloid, and 100 is a rated capacity at a rate of 20 hours.

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