Batteries

The most popular types for solar and wind applications are deep cycle lead acid batteries. From the cost and reliability perspective, this established technology continues to dominate. Lead acid batteries have to be treated with care or they will need replacing very quickly.

The care they require is quite simple - they must not be over-charged or over-discharged. In a solar or wind energy system, the charge controller takes care of the batteries, ensuring that they give an optimal life.

Solar batteries

Specifications:


4 AH Solar Battery


• Nominal Voltage: 12V • Rated Capacity (10 hour rated): 4AH
• Dimensions in mm: 70 x 48 x 101

5 AH Solar Battery


• Nominal Voltage: 12V • Rated Capacity (10 hour rated): 5AH
• Dimensions in mm: 70 x 47 x 101



7 AH Solar Battery


• Nominal Voltage: 12V • Rated Capacity (10 hour rated): 7AH
• Dimensions in mm: 151 x 65 x 94

12 AH Solar Battery


• Nominal Voltage: 12V • Rated Capacity (10 hour rated): 12AH
• Dimensions in mm: 151 x 98 x 94



24 AH Solar Battery


• Nominal Voltage: 24V • Rated Capacity (10 hour rated): 5AH
• Dimensions in mm: 166 x 175 x 125

38 AH Solar Battery


• Nominal Voltage: 38V • Rated Capacity (10 hour rated): 7AH
• Dimensions in mm: 197 x 166 x 171



40 AH Solar Battery


• Nominal Voltage: 12V • Rated Capacity (10 hour rated): 40AH
• Dimensions in mm: 513 x 250 x 210

100 AH Solar Battery


• Nominal Voltage: 12V • Rated Capacity (10 hour rated): 100AH
• Dimensions in mm: 350 x 166 x 179



38 AH Solar Battery


• Nominal Voltage: 12V • Rated Capacity (10 hour rated): 38AH
• Dimensions in mm: 197 x 166 x 171

200 AH Solar Battery


• Nominal Voltage: 12V • Rated Capacity (10 hour rated): 200AH
• Dimensions in mm: 513 x 250 x 210



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