5 Points to Select The Right Inverter Battery
We all know that choosing an inverter is relatively easy as compared to the battery. Since inverters are advertised sufficiently, the buyer gets a rough idea about their working performance in various workloads and environments. However, selecting the right inverter battery , which is the heart of the inverter system, is of utmost importance.
People generally pick the battery hoping every single one is the same. But this is not the case, though the ultimate function of the battery is to hold the charge, yet there are quite a lot of differences between the ones that are reliable versus the ones that are a bit more affordable.
Generally, a battery that costs more also offers better performance and comes with a longer service life as compared to other batteries that are cheap and are rated for the same capacity. So, how do you know which ones to pick? Well, we are providing you with the required guide to select a decent battery that won’t become a burden on your pocket and will serve you well in the long run. So, without further ado, let’s check out the points.
Tips to select an efficient battery:
1. Tubular vs. Flat Plate:
Flat plate batteries are ideal for limited space because of their small form factor. They will easily fit in almost any space; however, these batteries tend to have a shorter service life as compared to Tubular batteries because of their inherent construction. On the other hand, Tubular batteries have a considerably longer service life. However, at the same time, it requires more recharge time after a long power cut compared to a flat plate battery. This is why tubular batteries are considered to be ideal for long power-cut situations in India and flat plate batteries are best suitable for short & frequent power cut situations. Whatever, flat plate or tubular plate construction, the performance & life of any lead-acid battery depends on two major characteristics – the robustness of the manufacturing process and purity of basic raw materials. UTL Solar takes utmost care of both of these characteristics while manufacturing its batteries.
It is a fairly elemental way to analyze quality but if possible, it is always suggested to measure the weight of the batteries (excluding the packaging) before purchasing them. Generally, a heavier battery has higher quality electrolyte plates which are considered to provide give them a longer lifespan.
Any battery that you purchase is going to need some amount of maintenance periodically. However, as explained above tubular batteries need less maintenance as compared to flat plate batteries because of their design. The design of tubular batteries allows them to hold a lot of distilled water, which in turn, makes them less prone to drying out quickly.
4. Raw Materials:
Many batteries experience a significant reduction in performance during the last months of their life. However, UTL batteries provide good back-up, as it has a fully balanced chemical material utilization factor in its positive and negative plates. The combination of carbon, barium sulphate, and lignin has been well utilized in the paste of the negative plates of UTL batteries, which helps in maintaining the ability to store charge in the plate during the end months.
5. Wet Cell vs. SLA:
Wet cell batteries are less expensive as compared to Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) batteries but they need a higher amount of maintenance. On the other hand, SLA batteries have a shorter lifespan and need considerably less maintenance. However, SLA batteries cost a lot more. So, even though SLA is more expensive. Therefore, it is evident that SLA batteries offer a better ROI.
Selecting the right battery is a tough job and should be done after analyzing all the necessary factors. Batteries are the powerhouse of an inverter system. Whereas, the Inverter regulates the electric charge from the battery. You can buy online inverter batteries by UTL Solar as they are one of the most trusted brands in India when it comes to power backup and generation. But, always select your battery wisely according to your load requirements.
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