The main cause of water loss in lead-acid batteries

- Aug 15, 2019-

The electrolyte in a lead-acid battery is as valuable as the blood in the human body. Once the electrolyte is lost, it means that the battery is scrapped. The electrolyte consists of dilute sulfuric acid and water. During the charging process, it is difficult to avoid water loss, the charging mode is different, and the water loss is different. Ordinary three-stage charging mode, the water loss during charging is more than twice the Colin pulse mode! In addition to its natural life, the battery has a dehydration life: if a single battery loses more than 90 grams, the battery will be scrapped. At normal temperature (25 ° C), the normal charger has a water loss of about 0.25 grams, while the Colin pulse is 0.12 grams. At high temperatures (35 ° C), the normal charger has a water loss of 0.5 grams, while the Colin pulse is 0.23 grams. According to this calculation, the ordinary charger is filled with water after 250 cycles, and the Colin pulse is filled with water after 600 cycles. Therefore, Colin pulse can extend the life of the battery more than double