KIJO's lead-carbon technology increases the charging speed by 8 times and can be charged to 80% of the battery capacity in half an hour.
Capacity range: 2V 500 - 2000Ah, 12V 100 - 250Ah
Designed float charge life: 15 years (25℃)
Cycle life: under standard conditions of use, 70% DOD cycles more than 1900 times
Self-discharge rate: ≤3%/month
Operating temperature range: -40-60°C
How is the future development prospect of lead-carbon batteries with superior performance? In the field of energy storage, lead-carbon battery advantages are outstanding and battery technology is the key to the development of the energy storage industry. With the advantages of strong charge acceptance, safety and reliability, and low manufacturing cost, under the background of the widespread use of renewable energy and the continuous expansion of the energy storage market, lead-carbon batteries will become another direction of development of energy storage batteries after lithium-ion batteries and flow batteries.
In addition to energy storage, lead-carbon batteries are also used in new energy vehicles. Because it can quickly output and input charge during vehicle acceleration and braking, lead-carbon batteries are particularly suitable for automobile start-stop systems. Compared with other electrochemical energy storage technologies, lead-carbon batteries have obvious advantages in terms of cost and safety. The cost of a lead-carbon battery is about 1,000 yuan/kW·h. After the battery is scrapped, the lead in the battery is easily recycled and reused. Therefore, the lead-carbon battery is the same as the lead-acid battery. The residual value of the failed battery is very high, is one of the economically feasible power storage technology routes. At the same time, because the electrolyte of the lead-carbon battery is an aqueous sulfuric acid solution, as long as the ventilation is maintained, combustion and explosion will not occur, so it is safe. As the technology continues to mature in the future, lead-carbon batteries will occupy an increasing market share in the field of energy storage.