Lead-carbon batteries

The lead-carbon battery is a capacitive lead-acid battery, which is a technology developed from the
traditional lead-acid battery. It adds activated carbon to the negative electrode of the lead-acid battery,
which can significantly increase the life of the lead-acid battery.

The lead-carbon battery is a new type of super battery that combines both lead-acid batteries and
supercapacitors: it not only benefits from the large-capacity instantaneous load of supercapacitors,
but also takes advantage of the specific energy benefits of lead-acid batteries, and has very good performance
charging and discharging. And thanks to the addition of carbon (graphene), the phenomenon of sulfation of the electrode
negative is avoided, a factor of battery failure in the past is improved and the life of the
battery is extended.

Technical sheet

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