Support permanent, known as maintenance. It is a tension to keep a battery to be sure it is charged when in use.
The inverter is a typical use of a floating battery.
Charging a battery float must be managed by ultramodern Chargers or specialized integrated circuits.
Acronym FR, or V0 inscribed on the battery. Battery resistant, resistant to heat for use in demanding conditions. The battery complies with UL1778 specifications. Example NP7-12 ENY7-12 FR
Safety in the event of degassing of the lead battery valve seal. VRLA batteries; are pressurized and are equipped with a valve: when the pressure becomes too much for reasons of overload or temperature high, gases escape.
Battery consisting of an Assembly of accumulators lead-sulphuric acid connected in series in order to obtain the voltage desired, and combined in the same housing. There batteries lead whose voltage is: 2V, 4V, 6V, 8V, 12V
Initial VALVE Regulated LEAD ACID Battery - battery lead acid aregulation of gases through valve
Found in the family VRLA 2 technology of lead battery: AGM and GEL
"Absorbed Glass Mat"; battery lead with the electrolyte technology is absorbed and locked in blotters fiberglass (boro-silicate), placed between the electrodes.
The name of the rechargeable battery using the oxyhydroxide nickel and cadmium as electrodes. The nickel-cadmium battery or Ni-Cd is an element of 1.2V. (Click here to see comparative NiCd - NiMh - Li - Ion)
Metallic nickel-hydride battery or NiMH batteries (from the English nickel-metal hydride battery) is a rechargeable electric battery using metal hydride (compound for storing hydrogen) and the electrode nickel oxyhydroxide.
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Autonomous blocks of residential lighting
Portable self-contained blocks of Intervention
Automatic System Test built into the autonomous security baby blocks
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