Standby Systems offers a wide range of batteries from Lead acid through to Nickel Cadmium and LIFEPO4.
The most commonly used battery in a UPS application is the lead acid.
There are several types of lead acid batteries available:
VRLA – Valve Regulated lead acid (Sometimes called sealed batteries)
Design life: 3 to 5 years or 10 years
Voltage: 6V & 12V Capacity: 12AH to 250AH
Design floating service life:Upto 33AH :3 to 5 Years / >33AH : 10 Years a at 20oC/68oF
Sealed and Maintenance-free Operation
High Quality and High Reliability
Exceptional Deep Discharge Recovery
Long Service Life
Solid Copper Terminals
The ELITE VRLA battery uses an absorbed electrolyte system. All of the electrolyte is absorbed into the positive plates, negative plates, and the separators. Coupled with the use of special sealing epoxies, and long sealing paths for posts, ELITE VRLA batteries have exceptional leak resistance, and can be used in any position.
What battery is the best choice to use in a UPS system giving emergency backup power to critical loads?
The world of batteries is so vast now days that one has many choices in the type or make of battery to use.
There are many advancements in battery technology with a multitude of advantages and disadvantages for different applications.
A UPS system is there to p…