Storage battery-battery room requirements
The layout and environment of the battery room will greatly affect the reliability and service life of the system. The following points should be considered in the design:
Temperature control: High temperature will shorten the service life of the battery. In a 92F° environment, the service life of CGB batteries is only half of the rated life. Low temperature will also reduce the capacity of the battery. In a 62F° environment, the battery needs to lose about 10% of its capacity. Therefore, the temperature of the battery compartment must be controlled centrally. The temperature difference between the highest temperature and the lowest temperature should be less than 5F°. Otherwise, the floating charge voltage of the battery will be unstable.
Maintenance channel: There must be a channel in the battery room for maintenance personnel to replace and clean. If there is no passage, any maintenance work is impossible. If the cabinet is full, maintenance personnel cannot reach the extremes of the battery at all. When the battery performance drops in three months or less, the maintenance personnel do not realize the seriousness of the problem at all.
Safety: Safety considerations include: acid mist outlet, cabinet ventilation and heat dissipation, cleaning tools, lighting effects and easy exit. Generally, battery racks with more than two layers are not used. Contact: 18038382979