A stationary battery is designed to provide backup power for fire alarm systems, emergency lighting, civil and military telecommunications, and uninterruptible power supply or UPS systems, among others. Its internal design and structure, both with regard to the grids and the electrolyte densities, minimize the corrosion of the electrodes and guarantee a longer service life.
Stationary batteries are located in fixed installations and are constantly in a charge mode (known as float charge) to compensate for the loss of capacity due to self-discharge. They offer semi-continuous or intermittent backup power in the event of a failure in the external electricity supply and provide the point of use with the necessary power supply.
They are built to be efficient at any depth of discharge and to sporadically achieve depths of up to 80% DOD (Depth of Discharge).
To carry out the restoration of this type of batteries, we recommend the following equipment:
- MCS M-1007F or M-1009A restoration equipment
- Electrochemical battery tester
- BMS (Battery Monitoring System)
- Brymen multimeter
- Infrared thermometer
Other additional equipment may be necessary and/or recommendable.