Each battery technology has its advantages and disadvantages, it is therefore important to
choose the right battery for the application.
For smaller SOLAR applications or where cycling is intermittent GEL technology is without doubt the right choice, the price premium is easily off-set by the life and cycle expectations for this demanding application subjected to high and low temperatures, unpredictable charging, daily cycling, probable partial state of charge discharges.
Photovoltaic power supply of:
Power plants of remote villages
Signal Installations of the air-, sea-, road and railway
Radio relay stations of telecommunication services
Cellular roadside and roof top transmission / repeater
Street & garden lighting
Hybrid power supplies
Haze SOLAR are all SLA - VRLA Industrial Monobloc units, eliminating
the need for maintenance and the possibility of acid spills.
Advantages of Gel Batteries:
Full recovery from deep discharge, even when the battery is not recharged immediately.
Ideal for repeat cycling daily use.
Excellent performance over long discharges
Good tolerance to higher temperature applications
Improved resistance to freezing
Suitable where mains power is unstable
Zero stratification due to immobilized electrolyte
Limiting design protects the positive plates to greatly improve cycle life
Thicker plates for reduced grid corrosion and increased cycle life
Improved charge acceptance due to low internal resistance
High resistance to water loss with the right charging set up
Ultra stable polymer separator with glass mat for increased performance
High resistance to shorting due to superior mechanical strength of the polymer sparator
! Increased tolerance to poor charging parameters
! Can be discharged even when full recharge has not been achieved, without loss of