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Batteries au plomb

Lead Acid Batteries

It is still the battery chemistry with the highest turnover worldwide

Batteries au plomb
Model
Volt­age (V)
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
Di­men­sions (mm)
LWH
Terminal Type
Weight (g)
 
PS-610
6.00
1,000
50.042.051.0
F1
0.20
 
Model
PS-610
Volt­age (V)
6.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
1,000
Array
L, W, H
50.042.051.0
Terminal Type
F1
Weight (g)
0.20
PS-612
6.00
1,300
97.024.051.5
F1
0.30
 
Model
PS-612
Volt­age (V)
6.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
1,300
Array
L, W, H
97.024.051.5
Terminal Type
F1
Weight (g)
0.30
PS-630
6.00
3,400
134.034.060.0
F1
0.62
 
Model
PS-630
Volt­age (V)
6.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
3,400
Array
L, W, H
134.034.060.0
Terminal Type
F1
Weight (g)
0.62
PS-640
6.00
4,500
70.047.0100.0
F1
0.73
 
Model
PS-640
Volt­age (V)
6.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
4,500
Array
L, W, H
70.047.0100.0
Terminal Type
F1
Weight (g)
0.73
PS-670
6.00
7,000
151.034.094.0
F1
1.10
 
Model
PS-670
Volt­age (V)
6.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
7,000
Array
L, W, H
151.034.094.0
Terminal Type
F1
Weight (g)
1.10
PS-682
6.00
8,000
98.056.0118.0
F1
1.50
 
Model
PS-682
Volt­age (V)
6.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
8,000
Array
L, W, H
98.056.0118.0
Terminal Type
F1
Weight (g)
1.50
PS-6100
6.00
10,000
151.051.094.0
F1
1.95
 
Model
PS-6100
Volt­age (V)
6.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
10,000
Array
L, W, H
151.051.094.0
Terminal Type
F1
Weight (g)
1.95
PS-1212
12.00
1,200
97.043.052.0
F1
0.54
 
Model
PS-1212
Volt­age (V)
12.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
1,200
Array
L, W, H
97.043.052.0
Terminal Type
F1
Weight (g)
0.54
PS-1221
12.00
2,100
178.035.060.0
F1
0.59
 
Model
PS-1221
Volt­age (V)
12.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
2,100
Array
L, W, H
178.035.060.0
Terminal Type
F1
Weight (g)
0.59
PS-1230
12.00
3,400
134.067.060.5
F1
1.32
 
Model
PS-1230
Volt­age (V)
12.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
3,400
Array
L, W, H
134.067.060.5
Terminal Type
F1
Weight (g)
1.32
PS-1242
12.00
4,600
90.070.0101.0
F1
1.59
 
Model
PS-1242
Volt­age (V)
12.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
4,600
Array
L, W, H
90.070.0101.0
Terminal Type
F1
Weight (g)
1.59
PS-1270
12.00
7,000
151.065.094.0
F1
2.18
 
Model
PS-1270
Volt­age (V)
12.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
7,000
Array
L, W, H
151.065.094.0
Terminal Type
F1
Weight (g)
2.18
PS-12120
12.00
12,000
151.098.095.0
F1
3.59
 
Model
PS-12120
Volt­age (V)
12.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
12,000
Array
L, W, H
151.098.095.0
Terminal Type
F1
Weight (g)
3.59
PS-12170
12.00
17,000
181.577.0167.5
T12
5.72
 
Model
PS-12170
Volt­age (V)
12.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
17,000
Array
L, W, H
181.577.0167.5
Terminal Type
T12
Weight (g)
5.72
PS-12240
12.00
24,000
166.5176.0112.0
T12
7.71
 
Model
PS-12240
Volt­age (V)
12.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
24,000
Array
L, W, H
166.5176.0112.0
Terminal Type
T12
Weight (g)
7.71
PS-12350
12.00
35,000
195.0130.0164.0
T5
11.00
 
Model
PS-12350
Volt­age (V)
12.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
35,000
Array
L, W, H
195.0130.0164.0
Terminal Type
T5
Weight (g)
11.00
PS-12380
12.00
38,000
197.0165.0170.0
T6
13.80
 
Model
PS-12380
Volt­age (V)
12.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
38,000
Array
L, W, H
197.0165.0170.0
Terminal Type
T6
Weight (g)
13.80
PS-12450
12.00
45,000
197.0165.0170.0
T6
15.40
 
Model
PS-12450
Volt­age (V)
12.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
45,000
Array
L, W, H
197.0165.0170.0
Terminal Type
T6
Weight (g)
15.40
PS-12550
12.00
55,000
229.0138.0205.0
T6
16.33
 
Model
PS-12550
Volt­age (V)
12.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
55,000
Array
L, W, H
229.0138.0205.0
Terminal Type
T6
Weight (g)
16.33
PS-12650
12.00
65,000
348.0167.0178.0
T6
22.22
 
Model
PS-12650
Volt­age (V)
12.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
65,000
Array
L, W, H
348.0167.0178.0
Terminal Type
T6
Weight (g)
22.22
PS-12750
12.00
75,000
259.0168.0208.0
T6
22.95
 
Model
PS-12750
Volt­age (V)
12.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
75,000
Array
L, W, H
259.0168.0208.0
Terminal Type
T6
Weight (g)
22.95
PS-121000
12.00
100,000
305.0168.0206.0
T6
30.84
 
Model
PS-121000
Volt­age (V)
12.00
Ca­pac­ity (mAh)
100,000
Array
L, W, H
305.0168.0206.0
Terminal Type
T6
Weight (g)
30.84

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They are most commonly used as starter batteries for motor vehicles. In addition to that there is a wide variety of applications, such as in UPS systems, submarines, storage for solar arrays, electric wheelchairs, and forklifts.

Reliability, availability, and profitability due to low costs are important factors in their use. However, the cost effectiveness of lead acid batteries is increasingly questioned because of falling costs for other battery systems, especially since robust lithium iron phosphate batteries are now available. In contrast to lithium batteries, however, lead acid batteries have the advantage of not requiring a battery management system to monitor the battery cells. Storage systems with a lead acid battery can therefore (still) be offered at a cheaper price than systems with a rechargeable lithium battery.

The nominal voltage of a cell is 2 V. However, the voltage fluctuates depending on the charge status and charge or discharge current between about 1.75 and 2.4 V. Lead acid batteries should never be fully discharged (cell voltages below 1.8 V), since this can render them unusable.

The commonly used batteries have a voltage of 6V and 12V. Accordingly, many cells are connected in a battery. A lead acid battery consists of an acid-resistant housing and two lead plates or groups of plates, one of which serves as positive and the other as a negative polarized electrode, and a filling of 37-percent (H2SO4) as an electrolyte. In the commercial version, the electrode plates are nested tightly next to one another and the separators are located in between, made for example from perforated, corrugated polyvinyl chloride (PVC), which prevents a direct contact between them (short circuit). The connectors and connection plates are made of metallic lead in starter batteries, for example. In discharged or neutral state a layer of lead (II) sulfate (PbSO4) gets deposited on two electrodes groups. In charged state, the positive electrodes consist of lead (IV) oxide (PbO2) and the negative-pole electrodes of finely spread, porous lead (spongy lead).

Lead acid batteries can reach quite a high service life of several years.

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