Gel Batteries

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Description: Rekoser gel batteries provides superior performance in both high cycling and floating applications.

Range: 2v, 6v, 12v from 0,8 to 3000 Ah

Features:

  • Nano gel electrolyte eliminate the acid stratification and prolong cycle life
  • Wide operating temperature range from -20°C to 55°C
  • Lower internal Resistance and high Power Density
  • Thick plate with high Tin low Calcium alloy for long service life in Deep Cycle Applications
  • Very good deep cycle performance. Up to 400 cycles @100% DOD
  • Excellent deep discharge recovery capability
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    RKG Series. Gel Series

    RKG Series provides superior performance in both high cycling and floating applications. By combining the newly developed Nano Gel electrolyte with high density paste, the RKG series offers high recharge efficiency at very low charge current. The acid stratification is highly reduced by adding Nano Gel. It is suitable for off-grid photovoltaic, wind or hydro power application.

    RKV Series. OPzV Series

    The RKV series adopts an Immobilized Gel and Tubular Positive Plate technology. It offers high reliability and stable performance. By using die-casted positive grid and patented active material formula, it exceeds the DIN standard values and offer 20+ years design life in float service. It is very suitable for cyclic use under extreme operating conditions. This series is recommended for telecom outdoor applications, renewable energy systems and other harsh environment applications.

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    FAQ

    The actual capacity is mainly related to the battery’s construction, manufacturing process and operational environment. During operation, the factors that influence the actual capacity are the discharge rate, end voltage, ambient temperature and discharge time.

    A C-rate is a measure of the rate at which a battery is discharged relative to its maximum capacity. A 1C rate means that the discharge current will discharge the entire battery in 1 hour. For a battery with a capacity of 100 Amp-hrs, this equates to a discharge current of 100 Amps. A 5C rate for this battery would be 500 Amps, and a C/2 rate would be 50 Amps.

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    Company

    Whitewall Energy offers technological solutions for the Industrial Internet, Smart Energy, Smart City, Precision Agriculture, etc.

    We help manufacturers to create smart and connected products, enabling an entirely new set of product functions and capabilities, which can be grouped into four areas: monitoring, control, optimization, and autonomy.

    We market our Rekoser brand for components ranging from Solar Panels, Inverters, Solar controllers, Batteries and much more.

    Our Address

    Avda. Jacobo Camarero s/n, Nave 4
    18220, Albolote, Granada
    Spain.

    Email: info@whitewallenergy.com
    Tel: +34 958042973

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