triple power battery 

Triple Power Battery Energy Storage 

The Triple Power Battery is available in various forms, including independent units for standalone applications, rack-mounted configurations for efficient space utilization, and stackable options for scalable energy storage systems. Whether it’s low voltage or high voltage installations, this battery seamlessly integrates into different setups, providing unmatched adaptability.

Triple Power By SolaX Battery
Leading LiFe PO4 LFP technology for Energy Storage

Battery’s – Energy Storage

There are a number of options to store the energy created in the daytime and then have it ready to use when the sun goes down.
Eos Solar Solutions offer two types…

Lead Acid – No Stock at the moment
Deep cycle lead acid leisure battery for use with caravan, motorhomes, boats, motor movers etc, ideal for use with solar power systems.
All our leisure batteries are sealed and therefore maintenance free, utilizing the most advanced technology they benefit from a much improved venting system.

AGM
AGM stands for Absorbed Glass Mat – this is a battery in which all electrolyte is absorbed into a special sponge made of glass fiber. This advanced technology ensures that AGM batteries are non-spillable, completely sealed and maintenance free – they are one of the safest batteries you can find. They have a much longer service life compared to standard wet-cell batteries due to less degradation and corrosion inside the battery. AGM batteries hold charge very well and have a low self-discharge rate.

Gel
A gel battery is a type of Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) battery filled with special gel-type electrolyte. Gel batteries are non-spillable, completely sealed and maintenance free – one of the safest batteries you can find. They have a much longer service life compared to standard wet-cell batteries due to less degradation and corrosion inside the battery. Gel batteries hold charge very well and have a much lower self-discharge rate.

Lithium
A lithium-ion battery is a type of rechargeable battery that is charged and discharged by lithium ions moving between the negative (anode) and positive (cathode) electrodes. (Generally, batteries that can be charged and discharged repeatedly are called secondary batteries, whereas disposable batteries are called primary batteries.)
Because lithium-ion batteries are suitable for storing high-capacity power, they are used in a wide range of applications, including consumer electronics such as smartphones and PCs, industrial robots, production equipment and automobiles.

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