BATTERIES VRLA / SLA / GEL
Sealed Lead Acid Batteries FM-NP Series
For General Use, Deep Cycle 15 years life.
VRLA battery (valve-regulated lead-acid battery) more commonly known as a sealed battery (SLA) is a lead acid rechargeable battery because of their construction, VRLA batteries do not require regular addition of water to the cells, and vent less gas than flooded lead-acid batteries. The reduced venting is an advantage since they can be used in confined or badly ventilated spaces. But sealing cells and preventing access to the electrolyte also has several considerable disadvantages as discussed below.
VRLA batteries are commonly further classified as, Absorbed glass mat (AGM) battery & Gel battery ("GEL CELL").
DP Electronics has a high and new technology enterprises in the field of valve-controlled sealed lead-acid battery. Enterprise has passed ISO9001 quality system certification, ISO14001 environmental management system certification, products of the battery has passed the international CE, FCC, UL certification.
Series of gel valve-controlled sealed lead-acid battery performance indicators have reached the IEC standard and Germany DIN standard requirements
Audio & Video Equipment, Geo physical Equipment Burglar and Fire Alarm, Portable Lights , UPS Equipment, Electric Wheel chairs Riding Toys, Cash Registers, Emergency Lighting Test Equipment, Robotics,
Exceptional Leak Proof
As all the acid is absorbed in the valve regulated (sealed) construction which provides a safe Non-spillable battery that is leak proof.
Benchmarking Technique - Semi automated Cast On Strap (COS) production, this unique production together with a computer program (CUP) controlling welding temperature and time to guarantee welding quality which provides benefit of plate consistency and enhanced plate performance. Terminals are formed in a single cast on strap operation that greatly reduces the welding resistance of the terminals and increases their current carrying capacity.
Conform to EU EMC - Directive 2004/108/EC | EN 61000-6-1: 2007 | EN 61000-6-3: 2007 | IEC, JIS, UL, BS6290 - Part 4Battery Previous Next Page