USC Battery Charger + Ultracapacitor

La Marche Mfg. Co. 2018-03-27 00:00:00

For NFPA 110 Level 1 and 2 sites, La Marche USC + Ultracapacitor GSS modules can be installed alongside existing batteries, providing high current starting power even in the event of battery system failure. Batteries and Ultracapacitors are similar as they both store and release electrical energy. A major difference between batteries and Ultracapacitors is the relationship of power to energy delivered by each technology. Batteries depend on a chemical reaction to take place during charging and discharging, therefore, they can be used as energy storage. Ultracapacitors store a limited amount of energy and they can deliver stored energy in high power bursts, which can reduce high power sudden demands from the battery. Ultracapacitor, as an adjunct to a battery, can make the battery last longer, especially in high power instantaneous load applications.

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Des Plaines, IL
USA, 60018

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