Flooded Batteries

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Positive plate

The tubular plate construction incorporates low antimonial lead alloy spines in complete contact with the active material, which is retained by an outer gauntlet. This enables the electrolyte to penetrate freely, ensuring a high power output per unit volume.

 

Negative plate

The negative plate is of a highly porous paste on   a lead alloy grid. This compliments the positive plate construction, providing a balanced performance and superior life.

Injection moulded connector head

The bolt-on connector facilitates easy cell replacement. Acid resistant, totally enclosed terminal post, maximum safety.  Orifice  for voltage readings.

Mud trap

Prevents  possible  shorting  between  plates due to active material shedding during the life of the cell.

Wrap-around sleeve separator

Microporous polyethylene is specially calendered with ribs. Fully enclosed plates cannot develop “mossing” or shorts between the plates. Extended battery life is achieved using sleeved plates

Perfectseal ®

A polypropylene pressure bushing seated on a rubber “o” ring, locked in place by a poly- carbonate ring. The cell lid is welded to the container, and polypropylene is injection moulded into the post to lid cavity. This design eliminates acid leaks through the post assembly.

Float level indicator

Min/Max mark for clearly visible level reading as well as closed cell float that ensures accurate levels over the cell life.

Cell Construction

M Solar Batteries

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Description

M Solar series is a flooded lead acid battery specifically suited for solar application. They are vented Lead Acid 2V cells, configured as either 4V and 6V Mono blocks in yellow containers

Rated capacity is at C/10

Model                   Brand Type Voltage (V) Capacity (AH@C10) 30% DOD 50% DOD 80% DOD L (mm) W (mm) H (mm) Weight (kg) Acid volume per cell (litres)
MIL21F Raylite VLA 2 571 4100 2500 1500 195 230 460 39 8
MIL25F Raylite VLA 2 685 4100 2500 1500 195 262 460 44 8.2
MTL25 Raylite VLA 2 799 4100 2500 1500 206 262 530 49 10.7
MTE21 Raylite VLA 2 1050 4100 2500 1500 208 230 740 64 14
MTE25 Raylite VLA 2 1263 4100 2500 1500 208 262 740 73 15
3 MIL15S Raylite VLA 6 435 4100 2500 1500 585 182 445 80 5.6
3 MIL17S Raylite VLA 6 500 4100 2500 1500 585 198 445 91 6.3
3 MIL19S Raylite VLA 6 560 4100 2500 1500 585 210 445 106 6.8
3 MIL21S Raylite VLA 6 625 4100 2500 1500 585 230 445 116 7.2
3 MIL25S Raylite VLA 6 750 4100 2500 1500 585 262 445 133 8.4
2 MTL25S Raylite VLA 4 840 4100 2500 1500 411 262 497 97 10.7
2 MTH27S Raylite VLA 4 1065 4100 2500 1500 415 262 558 120 11.3
2 MTE21S Raylite VLA 4 1100 4100 2500 1500 415 230 735 127 13
2 MTE25S Raylite VLA 4 1320 4100 2500 1500 415 262 735 145 14.2
2 MTE27S Raylite VLA 4 1430 4100 2500 1500 415 262 735 154 15
2 MTE29S Raylite VLA 4 1540 4100 2500 1500 415 262 735 161 14

Lead Acid Batteries

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History of Lead Acid Batteries

The lead–acid battery was invented in 1859 by French physicist Gaston Planté and is the oldest type of rechargeable battery. Despite having a very low energy-to-weight ratio and a low energy-to-volume ratio, its ability to supply high surge currents means that the cells have a relatively large power-to-weight ratio. These features, along with their low cost, make them attractive for use in motor vehicles to provide the high current required by automobile starter motors.

As they are inexpensive compared to newer technologies, lead–acid batteries are widely used even when surge current is not important and other designs could provide higher energy densities. Large-format lead–acid designs are widely used for storage in backup power supplies in cell phone towers, high-availability settings like hospitals, and stand-alone power systems. For these roles, modified versions of the standard cell may be used to improve storage times and reduce maintenance requirements. Gel-cells and absorbed glass-mat batteries are common in these roles, collectively known as VRLA (valve-regulated lead–acid) batteries.

Both gel and AGM designs are sealed, do not require watering, can be used in any orientation, and use a valve for gas blowoff. For this reason, both designs can be called maintenance free, sealed and VRLA.

Ritar OPzV 12V GEL batteries

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Description

Ritar OPzV series is a Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) battery that adopts immobilized GEL and Tubular Plate technology to offer high reliability and performance. These batteries are designed and manufactured according to DIN standards and with die-casting positive grid and patent formula of active material. OPzV series exceeds DIN standard values with more than 20 years floating design life at 25℃ and is even more suitable for cyclic use under extreme operating conditions.

Advantages

  • Proven technology
  • Wide operating temperature range: -40°C- 70°C
  • Long service life, 4200 cycles at 30% Depth of Discharge (DOD)
  • More than 20 years floating design life at 25°C
  • Allows for high-rate discharge up to 10C (5s)
Model                   Brand Type Voltage (V) Capacity (AH@C10) 30% DOD 50% DOD 80% DOD L (mm) W (mm) H (mm) Weight (kg) Terminal
OPzV12-100 Ritar VRLA GEL 12 100 4200 2400 1500 407 177 225 36 F12
OPzV12-200 Ritar VRLA GEL 12 200 4200 2400 1500 520 268 220 73 F14

Ritar DG 12V GEL batteries

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Description

DG (Deep Cycle GEL ) series is pure GEL battery with 15 years floating design life , it is ideal for standby or frequent cyclic discharge applications under extreme environments. By using strong grids, high purity lead and patented Gel electrolyte, the DG series offers excellent recovery capability after deep discharge under frequent cyclic discharge use, and can deliver 450 cycles at 100% DOD. Suitable for solar & wind system, CATV, marine, RV and deep discharge UPS, and telecommunication, etc

Advantages

  • Proven technology
  • Wide operating temperature range: -40°C- 70°C
  • Good service life, 1100 cycles at 50% Depth of Discharge (DOD)
  • More than 15 years floating design life at 25°C
  • Allows for high-rate discharge up to 10C (5s)
OPzV12-200
F12 Ritar
F14 Ritar
OPzV12-100
Model                   Brand Type Voltage (V) Capacity (AH @ C10) 50% DOD 80% DOD 100% DOD L (mm) W (mm) H (mm) Weight (kg) Terminal
DG 12V-100Ah Ritar Pure Gel 12 100 1100 600 350 328 172 220 30kg F12/F5
DG 12V-150Ah Ritar Pure Gel 12 150 1100 600 350 483 170 241 45kg F12/F5
DG 12V-200Ah Ritar Pure Gel 12 200 1100 600 350 522 240 224 60kg F16/F10

cMax 12V Lead Carbon Batteries

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Application

– Telecommunications
– Photovoltaic / Cyclic
– UPS
– Power system
– Emergency lighting
– Broadcast and television system

General features

– High Corrosion Resistant Performance: Pb-Ca multi-alloy grid
– Patented Silicate Compound Electrolyte
– Excellent Charge Acceptance Ability
– Strong High and Low Temperature Performance
– Optimized Capability of instant High-current dis-charging
– They possess precise seal technology between container and lid
– Excellent Deep Discharge Cycle Life
– The Designed Life is 12 Years

General features

– Container material: ABS
– Maximum discharge current: 10C (5 sec)
– Maximum Charge current: C/2
– Operating Temperature:
Discharge -40 to +60,
Charge -20 to +50,
Storage -20 to +50
– Self discharge: 3% decline per month at 25˚C
Stock Code Model Brand Type Voltage
(V)
Capacity
(AH @ C10)
30% DOD 50% DOD 80% DOD Dimensions
(L x W x H)
Weight (kg) Terminal
BLCA12065 JPC-65-12 c-Max Lead Carbon 12 65 4200 2200 1000 350 x 166 x 175 21 Φ20*M8
BLCA12100 JPC-100-12 c-Max Lead Carbon 12 100 4200 2200 1000 330 x 171 x 216 32 Φ20*M8
BLCA12120 JPC-120-12 c-Max Lead Carbon 12 120 4200 2200 1000 407 x 170 x 220 36 Φ20*M8
BLCA12150 JPC-150-12 c-Max Lead Carbon 12 150 4200 2200 1000 483 x 170 x 241 47 Φ20*M8
BLCA12200 JPC-200-12 c-Max Lead Carbon 12 200 4200 2200 1000 522 x 240 x 219 61.5 Φ20*M8
BLCA12250 JPC-250-12 c-Max Lead Carbon 12 250 4200 2200 1000 520 x 268 x 220 70.5 Φ18*M8

cMax 2V Lead Carbon Batteries

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Application

– Telecommunications
– Photovoltaic / Cyclic
– UPS
– Power system
– Emergency lighting
– Broadcast and television system

General features

– High Corrosion Resistant Performance: Pb-Ca multi-alloy grid
– Patented Silicate Compound Electrolyte
– Excellent Charge Acceptance Ability
– Strong High and Low Temperature Performance
– Optimized Capability of instant High-current dis-charging
– They possess precise seal technology between container and lid
– Excellent Deep Discharge Cycle Life
– The Designed Life is 12 Years

General features

– Container material: ABS
– Maximum discharge current: 10C (5 sec)
– Maximum Charge current: C/2
– Operating Temperature:
Discharge -40 to +60,
Charge -20 to +50,
Storage -20 to +50
– Self discharge: 3% decline per month at 25˚C
Stock Code Model Brand Type Voltage
(V)
Capacity
(AH @ C10)
30% DOD 50% DOD 80% DOD Dimensions
(L x W x H)
Weight (kg) Terminal
BLCA020300 JPC2-300 c-Max Lead Carbon 2 300 5000 2800 1400 171 x 151 x 330 19.5 Φ20*M8
BLCA020400 JPC2-400 c-Max Lead Carbon 2 400 5000 2800 1400 211 x 175 x 330 26.5 Φ20*M8
BLCA020500 JPC2-500 c-Max Lead Carbon 2 500 5000 2800 1400 241 x 172 x 330 32 Φ20*M8
BLCA020600 JPC2-600 c-Max Lead Carbon 2 600 5000 2800 1400 301 x 175 x 330 38.5 Φ20*M8
BLCA020800 JPC2-800 c-Max Lead Carbon 2 800 5000 2800 1400 410 x 175 x 330 53 Φ20*M8
BLCA021000 JPC2-1000 c-Max Lead Carbon 2 1000 5000 2800 1400 475 x 175 x 328 63 Φ20*M8
BLCA021200 JPC2-1200 c-Max Lead Carbon 2 1200 5000 2800 1400 475 x 175 x 328 68 Φ20*M8
BLCA021500 JPC2-1500 c-Max Lead Carbon 2 1500 5000 2800 1400 401 x 351 x 342 96 Φ20*M8
BLCA022000 JPC2-2000 c-Max Lead Carbon 2 2000 5000 2800 1400 491 x 351 x 343 128 Φ20*M8
BLCA023000 JPC2-3000 c-Max Lead Carbon 2 3000 5000 2800 1400 712 x 353 x 341 192 Φ20*M8

Disclaimer

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Prices are subject to change without notice
VAT is payable on Lithium Batteries, but not on Lead-Acid type bateries
Errors and omissions excepted
Prices published does not constitute a final quotation

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