marine battery specifications
The specifications of marine batteries mainly depend on factors such as battery type, capacity, voltage and size. Different marine batteries are suitable for different purposes, such as starting, emergency, traction, power, etc. Generally speaking, the specifications of marine batteries can be divided into the following categories:
12V or 24V starter batteries are used to start the ship's main generator or auxiliary generator. They usually use valve-controlled sealed lead-acid batteries or maintenance-free lead-acid batteries with a capacity of 100-200Ah and a size of 300-500mm. between.
12V or 24V emergency batteries are used as backup power for ship emergency lighting and communication equipment. They usually use valve-controlled sealed lead-acid batteries or nickel-metal hydride batteries with a capacity of 50-100Ah and a size of 200-300mm.
48V or 96V traction batteries are used as power sources for ship electric propulsion systems or other high-power equipment. They usually use iron-nickel batteries or lithium-ion batteries with a capacity between 500-1000Ah and a size between 600-1000mm.
2V single-type batteries are used to form high-capacity and high-voltage battery packs. They usually use flooded lead-acid batteries or metal hydride nickel batteries, with capacities between 200-1000Ah and sizes between 100-300mm.
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