lithium vs lead-acid batteries
Lithium-Ion Technology VS Lead-Acid Battery
The high-performance Li-Ion technology is especially suitable in cases where lead-acid batteries are in use and have to be changed in two to three-shift operation.
Lithium-ion batteries do not need to be replaced. By quick interim charging any downtime, such as a lunch break, can be efﬁciently used and the battery is recharged in a very short period of time. Interim charging does not affect the battery service life.
Lithium-ion technology supplies constant voltage throughout the entire application time. Accordingly, you can work under full power through several shifts without having to change a battery or do any kind of maintenance at all.
Longer battery Life time
2500 full charging cycles with at least 80 % residual capacity
Afterward: Several thousand full charging cycles still possible
Combined with higher battery efficiency an altogether higher usable battery capacity
No evolving battery gases (hydrogen) and acid
Does not contain toxic substances like Cd, Pb or Hg
No battery change necessary for most 2-shift applications
Cost & time savings
No need for a battery change and charging room
No battery-maintenance needed
No water-refilling, battery cleanup, etc.
No need for electrolyte circulation
Higher Efficiency Compared To Lead-Acid
Self-monitoring via the autonomous battery management system
Safety functions on cell-, module, and battery level
Safe control of the truck in any battery status
Integrated shock sensor
Up to 30 % higher electrical efficiency
Fewer energy losses
Less heat development inside the battery
Full usability down to 5 % State of Charge (SoC)
Perfect Performance In Cold Area
Battery Pack Heating Management
BSLBATT battery pack with heating management during the discharge process, the temperature rises from - 20℃ to 0℃ only takes 25-30 minutes.
General battery pack during the discharge process, the temperature rises from - 20℃ to 0℃ will take 85-90 minutes.
Mastering Charging Technology
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