The lead acid battery was invented in 1859 by a French physicist named Gaston Plante.
The commercial use of the lead acid battery is over 100 years old.
80% of all battery failure is related to SULFATION build-up. This build up occurs when the sulfur molecules in the electrolyte (battery acid) become so deeply discharged that they begin to coat the battery’s lead plates. Before long the plates become so coated that the battery dies.
SULFATION also affects the charging cycle, resulting in longer charging times, less efficient and incomplete charging, and higher battery temperatures.
To a large extent, the internal resistance, also known as impedance, determines the performance and runtime of a battery. If measured with an AC signal, the internal resistance of a battery is also referred to as impedance. High internal resistance curtails the flow of energy from the battery to the equipment.
While a battery with low internal resistance can deliver high current on demand, a battery with high resistance collapses with heavy current. Although the battery may hold sufficient capacity, the voltage drops to the cut-off line and the ‘low battery’ indicator is triggered. The equipment stops functioning and the remaining energy is undelivered.
BATT – RECON helps maintain the impedance and low internal resistance, thereby reducing charging time and increasing the life of the battery.
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