This question is certainly the most frequently asked and is the first of a long list. I could write an entire book on the answer, but wouldn’t have enough space or know how much time you’d have to read it, so I suggest we just examine the solution straight away.
Lead Acid battery: The charging efficiency of this type of battery is low – only 75%! A lead-acid battery needs more energy for recharging than it delivers. The excess energy is used for gasification and for mixing the acid internally. This process warms up the battery and evaporates the water inside, which results in the need to top up the battery with distilled (demineralised) water.
Lead-acid recharging has severe limitations and a number of critical points. Here are the most important ones:
Lithium ion battery: Lithium-ion batteries can be “fast” charged to 100% of capacity.
A lithium battery saves on your electric bill, as it is up to 96% efficient and accepts both partial and rapid charging.
A lithium battery saves on electricity bill with efficiency up to 96%.
A lithium battery accepts partial charge and fast charge.
In 25 minutes we can charge 50% of the battery.
Lithium-Ion batteries are fairly maintenance free and doesn’t produce gas.
This eliminates any additional costs.
It works just fine.
A lithium battery can be charged to 50% capacity in only 25 minutes.
This innovative characteristic enables our customers to equip their devices with lower installed battery capacity than the capacity required with lead-acid batteries, because lithium batteries can be recharged repeatedly over a short time
Electronic systems inside the battery control the charger effectively, so it can deliver the exact current that is consistent with internal parameters (voltage, temperature, charge level, etc …). If a customer connects an unsuitable battery charger, the battery will not activate and is thus fully protected.
Lead Acid battery: 30Kg for kWh
Lithium ion battery: 6Kg for kWh
On average Lithium-Ion batteries weight 5 times less than standard lead acid battery.
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Lead acid battery: high maintenance and systems costs. Ordinary maintenance is one of the greatest costs, as it includes topping up the water, maintaining the filling system, and removing oxide from the elements and terminals.
It would be a serious mistake not to take into consideration 3 other, hidden costs:
Lithium ion battery: no infrastructure cost, no gas and no need for water, which eliminates all additional costs. The battery just works.
Lithium-ion batteries last 3-4 times longer than lead-acid batteries, without losing effectiveness over time.
LEAD ACID BATTERY
Lead acid batteries have no safety devices, are not sealed, and release hydrogen during charging. In fact, their use in the food industry is not permitted (except for “gel” versions, which are even less efficient).
Lithium batteries release no emissions, are suitable for all applications (also available in IP67) and feature 3 different control systems that protect the battery:
1. Automatic disconnection, which disconnects the battery when the machine/vehicle is idle and protects the battery from improper use by the customer
2. Balancing and management system which maximizes battery efficiency
3. Remote control system with automatic warning of troubles and malfunctions
This is just one of the many questions that our customers ask during our consulting service. Having the answer ready means saving valuable time that can be used for designing and producing batteries.
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