What are the differences between Panasonic battery and lead-acid battery?
When people contact Panasonic battery, they will mistakenly think it is lead-acid battery. Do you know the difference between Panasonic battery and lead-acid battery
1. General battery; generally, the battery plate is composed of lead and lead oxide, and the electrolyte is sulfuric acid aqueous solution. Its main advantages are stable voltage, low price, low specific energy (i.e. electric energy stored in each kilogram of storage battery), short service life and normal protection frequency.
2. Dry charged battery: its full name is dry charged lead-acid battery. Its primary feature is that the negative plate has a high capacity of electricity storage. In a completely dry state, it can retain the obtained electricity within two years. When it is used, it only needs to add electrolyte, and it can be used after 20-30 minutes.
3. Unprotected battery: due to the advantages of its own structure, the consumption of electrolyte is very small, and the base does not need to make up distilled water within its service life. It also has the characteristics of shock resistance, high temperature resistance, small volume and small self discharge. The service life is usually twice that of a normal battery. There are two types of battery without protection in the market: the first type does not need to be protected (adding make-up solution) after one-time adding electrolyte when purchasing; the second type is that the battery has already added electrolyte and sealed when leaving the factory, so the user base cannot add make-up solution There are 2.4 V, 4 V, 6 V, 8 V, 12 V, 24 V series of lead-acid batteries with capacity ranging from 200 MAH to 3000 MAH. VRLA battery is a rechargeable battery based on AGM (liquid absorption fiberglass) technology and calcium grid, which has superior high current discharge characteristics and long service life. It does not need water in use.