Wet Lead Acid Batteries

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Wet Lead Acid batteries are the most common batteries used in energy systems because of their price, local availability, and ease of recycling. A properly maintained lead acid cell will last about ten years. This type of battery will deliver about 1000 full charge-discharge cycles. The drawbacks of Wet Lead Acid Batteries include the following: […]

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Gel Cell Batteries

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Gel Cell batteries are also lead acid but the electrolyte is in gelatin form instead of liquid. Thus, they need no maintenance — water does not need to be added, and it doesn’t corrode. They can also be stored in any position and since there are no dangerous fumes, they can be placed in any […]

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AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat) Batteries

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AGM is a newer type of sealed battery uses "Absorbed Glass Mats", or AGM between the plates. This is a very fine fiber Boron-Silicate glass mat. These type of batteries have all the advantages of gelled, but can take much more abuse. AGM batteries have several advantages over both gelled and wet (flooded) batteries. Since […]

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