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What are the factors affecting the internal resistance of the battery during the operation of the battery?

From:CTECHI GROUP Limited     Release time:2019-09-02

Overview:What are the factors that affect the internal resistance of the battery during the operation of the battery? Let’s take a look at the small series.

What are the factors affecting the internal resistance of the battery during the operation of the battery?

What are the factors that affect the internal resistance of the battery during the operation of the battery? Let’s take a look at the small series.

1. Temperature: The battery is very sensitive to temperature. The high temperature of 102 degrees Fahrenheit has little effect on the internal resistance of the battery (less than 2%). Low temperature will have some effect on internal resistance, but the effect of internal resistance of temperature battery is very small when the electrolyte temperature is not lower than 65 degrees Fahrenheit;

2. Charging and discharging: In the same environment, using 20% of the battery in various ways will only have a very small impact on the internal resistance of the battery. In the practice test, the battery power is discharged at a lower rate of 20%, and the internal resistance of the battery is less than 3%.

3. Vulcanization: Since the negative electrode is in a state of incomplete charging for a long time, the local active data becomes irreversible lead sulfide, which increases the resistance of the paste;

4. Cognac: As long as VRLA (valve-regulated lead-acid battery) will present this situation, the resulting conduction path is completely disconnected from the adjacent grid.


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