2V 200AH GFM2-200 2V Series Solar System Battery , Solar Wind
Rechargeable Lead Acid Battery
AGM-Acid Valve-Regulated Lead Acid battery
Patent precise Terminal glue sealing & ABS Heat sealing
Horizontal installation position for less space, easy installation
Soft & hard connector with complete insulation and maintenance
Self-regulating pressure relief valve with flame arrester
Flame retardant ABS case (UL94 V-0, optional)
Float current decreased 30% lead to excellent high temperature
High gas recombination efficiency (>99%)
Customized rack design for up to 9-class or Zone 4 application
|Nominal Voltage||2V||Nominal Capacity (C10)||200Ah (1.80V @ 20℃)|
|Dimension||Length 94.5mm||Weight||Approx. 14.3 kg|
|Width 184.5mm||Internal Resistance||Approx. 0.66 mΩ|
|Height 360.5mm||Max Charging Current||50A|
|Total Height 372mm|
Power plant and power transformer system
Navigation and signaling system
Solar energy system
Radio and broadcasting station
Emergency lighting system
Other standby and cyclic systems
The unique construction and sealing techniques ensure no
from case or terminals.
Electrolyte Suspension System
All batteries utilize an electrolyte suspension system consisting
of a high
porosity, glass fiber material which in conjunction with plates,
totally absorb and
contain the electrolyte.
CGB batteries incorporate a built-in design that controls gas
induces recombination of more than 99% of gases generated during
Maintenance Free Operation
There is no need to check specific gravity of the electrolyte or
add water to
batteries during float service life. In fact, there is no provision
for this type of
Low Pressure Valve Regulated System..
All batteries are equipped with safety release valves, designed to
between 1.5 and 6 psi (10-40kPa) and automatically reseal. Hence,
never an excessive accumulation of gas within the battery.
Heavy Duty Grids
Heavy duty lead calcium tin alloy grids provide an extra margin of
and service life in either float or cyclic applications.
Cyclic Service Life
More than 600 discharge/recharge cycles can be realized from CGB CB
batteries, dependent on the average depth of discharge.
Float Service Life
SE and CB, HR Series batteries have an expected life span of 3 to 5
float service applications.
Self Discharge - Shelf Life
The self discharge rate at room temperature is approximately 3% of
capacity per month.
Factors that influence the Actual Capacity
The actual capacity is mainly related to the battery’s
process and operational environment. During operation, the factors
influence the actual capacity are the discharge rate, end voltage,
temperature and discharge time.
The batteries are manufactured using a range of terminals which
vary in size
and type. Please refer to details as shown
If the floating voltage is not set correctly (too low or not
compensate according to
temperature), the battery system will in an insufficient charge
state for a long
period of time. When the electricity is out, the battery may not be
able to work
because the acid is satirized and the capacity is decreased.