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What battery? Everyone who faces a choice when buying a new battery will ask this question.

1.1 GEL (gel), lead acid, gel electrolyte, sulfuric acid and addition of silica to form a gel electrolyte. The advantage of this technology is that the complete tightness acid (vaporization) can work in any position, small self-discharge, high temperature, shock and vibration, and more expensive technology of AGM and acid is more resistant.

1.2. AGM (called gel), lead acid between the lead electrodes, the diaphragm is filled with glass mat and soaked in sulfuric acid, this technology is cheaper than GEL, ensuring complete sealing. Due to the low internal resistance of this structure, this technique helps to increase the maximum power of the battery. Another advantage of this technology is continuous operation at high currents above C3.

1.3. ACID (acidic acid) lead, lead electrode, accumulator filled with sulfuric acid, battery has an exhaust passage, lack of a seal is not suitable for use in non-ventilated indoor use, the possibility of leakage requires manual-pour water loss to measure acid concentration, Possible supplements, higher self-discharge, low resistance to sulfation, lower cycle and age life. note! It is forbidden to use ACID batteries that are not completely sealed on many tanks and use them to end the authorization.

1.4. LiFePo4 (lithium) is a lithium iron phosphate battery. The LiFePo4 battery is characterized by long cycle life and high efficiency compared to other models. The same housing capacity as the lead-acid battery is much larger, the weight is extremely low, the self-discharge rate is low, and the memory effect is low. Unfortunately, the price is very high.