The JPC2-3000 is a lead-carbon battery with a nominal voltage of 2V and a high capacity of 3000Ah. It is an advanced lead-acid battery that utilizes carbon additives in the negative electrode to enhance its performance and extend its cycle life.
Lead-carbon batteries are a newer technology that has been developed to improve the performance of traditional lead-acid batteries. They offer superior charge acceptance, faster charging, and improved high-temperature performance, making them a great choice for renewable energy systems, backup power applications, and electric vehicles.
The JPC2-3000 lead-carbon battery is designed for deep-cycle applications, where it is regularly discharged to a significant depth of discharge (DOD) before recharging. It has a long cycle life of up to 3500 cycles at a DOD of 80%, which means it can last for many years with proper maintenance.
In addition to its long cycle life, the JPC2-3000 has a wide operating temperature range, with a maximum temperature of 60°C. This makes it suitable for use in harsh environments where other batteries may fail.
The JPC2-3000 also has a low self-discharge rate, which helps to minimize energy loss when the battery is not in use. This feature is especially important for backup power systems where the battery may not be used for extended periods.
The JPC2-3000 is a high-capacity, deep-cycle, and long-lasting lead-carbon battery that offers superior performance and reliability for a range of applications. Its advanced technology makes it an excellent choice for those who need a reliable and durable power source with high capacity requirements
Brand: cMax Type: Lead Carbon Nominal Voltage: 2V Capacity (AH @C/10): 3000Ah 5000 Cycles @ 30% DOD 2800 Cycles @ 50% DOD 1400 Cycles @ 80% DOD Maximum charge current: C/2 Maximum discharge current: C/2 Weight: 192kg Dimensions: 712 x 353 x 341 Terminal: F20*M8
Application & Uses
|Dimensions||71.2cm · 35.3cm · 34.1cm|
|Product Title||cMax Batteries JPC2-3000 2V 3000Ah Lead Carbon Battery|
|Cycle Lifetime at 30% DOD||5000 Cycles|
|Cycle Lifetime at 50% DOD||2800 Cycles|
|Cycle Lifetime at 80% DOD||1400 Cycles|
|Maximum charge current||C/2|
|Maximum discharge current||C/2|