Batteries for every situation
Our range includes competitive high-quality batteries for systems such as those of industry and data traffic, and also for UPSs. When needed, we can also provide charting of requirements, measurement and installation, as well as taking care of the recycling of old batteries.
We offer different kinds of batteries for different applications:
- Sealed lead batteries
- Flooded lead batteries
- Lithium-ion batteries
- NiCad batteries
Sealed (VRLA) lead batteries
The selection of Elcon Solutions includes sealed lead batteries from an extensive capacity range from different manufacturers. Batteries can also be delivered installed in system closets if needed and for separate battery closets and racks. Usage sites can be found in industry, substations and power plants and in automation and telecom systems.
There are also high-quality batteries available for solar power systems at a competitive price.
Flooded lead batteries
Flooded batteries for the needs of industry and data traffic. A wide selection from different manufacturers, e.g. OPzS flooded tubular plate batteries from 50Ah upwards. OPzS and OGi-type batteries are suited to supplying data traffic applications and emergency light and alarm systems as well as monitoring devices and automation in power plants and substations, railways, airports etc. They can also be used in solar panel applications. The calculated lifespan is at least 20 years when used correctly.
The lifespan of a NiCad battery is over 20 years when used correctly. The power delivery capacity is large and the battery can provide current pulses of significant size momentarily because its internal resistance is low. The usage temperature range is large and the battery provides current well even in sub-zero temperatures, because the electrolyte only works as a conveyor of current and is not involved in the reaction. It also withstands high temperatures better than a lead battery without its lifespan being affected detrimentally.
Elcon’s range also includes a selection of lithium-ion batteries.
The advantage of lithium-ion batteries, for example in comparison with lead batteries, is a high energy density and a low self-discharge rate.
Lithium-ion batteries usually always need a battery monitoring system (BMS). The job of this system is to monitor the voltage and temperature of the cells of the battery and balance out the charge in the cells.
Lithium-ion battery technology is extremely well suited for Cleantech applications.