VRLA Battery 12V 220AH | Dimension: 520x268x203x207mm
GRANKIA FG220-12 best vrla agm sealed lead acid battery 12v 220ah is the most commonly used type of storage battery. It is well-known for its various applications including UPS, automotive, medical devices and telecommunications.
The sealed lead acid battery 12v is made up of cells, each cell consists of plates immersed in an electrolyte of dilute sulfuric acid.
GRANKIA utilizes the latest technology and equipment to cast grids from a lead-calcium alloy free of antimony. The small amount of calcium and tin in the grid alloy imparts strength to the plate and guarantees durability even in extensive cycle service. Lead dioxide paste is added to the grid to form the electrically active material.
1.) AGM technology
AGM stands for Absorbent Glass Mat. In these batteries the electrolyte is absorbed into a glass-fibre mat between the plates by capillary action.
2.) Low self-discharge
Storing batteries at lower temperatures thus reduces the rate of self-discharge and preserves the initial energy stored in the battery.
3.) VRLA technology
VRLA stands for Valve Regulated Lead Acid, which means that the batteries are sealed.
4.) Maintenance-Free Design
Minimises technician time spent at site and on battery related callouts.
5.) Anti Buckle Separators
Internal plate buckling can kill a battery outright or simply reduce its lifespan. Our AGM separators gives the plates extra support to eliminate buckling.
The valve regulated, spill-proof construction of sealed lead acid batteries allows trouble-free, safe operation in any position.
The primary lead-acid battery failure mechanisms are internal corrosion, sulfation and loss of electrolyte.
A sealed lead-acid battery can be stored for up to 2 years. During that period, it is vital to check the voltage and charge it when the battery drops to 70%.
|Nominal Voltage||12V(6 cells per unit)|
|Design Floating Life @25℃||10 Years|
|Nominal Capacity @25℃(10 hour email@example.comA,10.80V)||220Ah|
|Capacity @25℃||20 hour rate (11.77A,10.5V)||235.4Ah|
|5 hour rate (38.7A,10.5V)||193.5Ah|
|1 hour rate (140.4A,9.6V)||140.4Ah|
|Internal Resistance||Full Charged Battery@25℃||≤3.0mΩ|
|Max. Discharge Current@25℃||2000A(5s)|
|Capacity affected by Temperature
(10 hr Capacity )
|Self-Discharge@25℃ per Month||3%|
|Charge (Constant Voltage) @25℃||Standby Use||Initial Charging Current Less than 44A
|Cycle Use||Initial Charging Current Less than 44A
Discharge Constant Current per Cell (Amperes at 25°C)
Discharge Constant Powerper Cell (Watts at25°C)