Lead Acid Battery

A lead-acid battery (VRLA) is a battery whose electrodes are mainly made of lead and its oxides, and the electrolyte is a sulfuric acid solution. In the discharge state of the lead-acid battery, the main component of the positive electrode is lead dioxide, and the main component of the negative electrode is lead; in the charged state, the main component of the positive and negative electrodes is lead sulfate.
The nominal voltage of a single-cell lead-acid battery is 2.0V, which can be discharged to 1.5V and charged to 2.4V; in applications, 6 single-cell lead-acid batteries are often connected in series to form a nominal 12V lead-acid battery , and 24V, 36V, 48V, etc.

Applications :

Backup Power

* Telecommunications
* Solar system
* Electronic switch system
* Communication equipment: base station, PBX, CATV, WLL, ONU, STB, cordless phone, etc.
* Backup power supply: UPS, ECR, computer backup system, Sequence, ETC, etc.
* Emergency equipment: emergency lights, fire burglar alarms, fire dampers.

Main Power
* Communication equipment: Transceiver
* Electric control locomotives: collection vehicles, automatic transport vehicles, electric wheelchairs, cleaning robots, electric vehicles, etc.
* Mechanical tool starters: lawnmowers, hedge trimmers, cordless drills, electric screwdrivers, electric sleds, and more
* Industrial equipment/instruments
* Camera: Flash, VTR/VCR, Movie Light, etc.
  other portable devices, etc.