Lead Acid (Flooded) Battery Wholesale | Prices, Size, Weight of Lead Acid (Flooded) Solar Battery Bank

Ranges of information

  • Min Warranty: 1 Year ~ 10 Years
  • Cell Capacity: 1.9Ah ~ 3000Ah
  • Weight: 085 kg ~ 85.5 kg

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Lead Acid Batteries

What are Lead Acid batteries?

Lead acid batteries are rechargeable batteries that use lead and lead oxide in their positive & negative plates and sulfuric acid as the electrolyte. Lead acid batteries have been around for a long time. They were first invented in 1859 by Gaston Planté he invented the lead-acid cell which came as the first rechargeable battery type & one of the best commercial rechargeable batteries to date. Because of Lead Acid batteries, a lot of application was invented after 1859 due to their features & it’s ability to store energy. In 2019 Lead Acid batteries had a market size of $57.8 billion dollars which is expected to increase by 2.3% yearly.

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of Lead Acid Batteries?


  • 1-Price: Lead acid batteries are the cheapest option for commercial batteries making it the first choice for any project that has low budget costing.
  • 2-Recharging Capability: Lead Acid batteries have the capability of charging with very simple electronics with no need for complicated protection like lithium-Ion batteries that need complex electronic battery management systems.
  • 3-Heavy Load: Lead acid batteries can withstand the heavy discharge of high current loads without affecting their performance making them very durable for heavy applications.


  • 1-Charge Speed: Lead Acid batteries have very slow speeds to charge that limit their use of fast charging techniques to shorten the amount of time needed for charging.
  • 2-Energy Density: Lead Acid batteries are bulky & heavy batteries due to their low energy density making their weight & size limit their use in most portable devices.

What are the use cases of Lead Acid Batteries?

  • 1-Car Ignition: Every car has a Lead Acid battery inside it used for the ignition to power the spark plugs to start the engine of the car.
  • 2- UPS: When solar lighting poles started to become an option to light streets Lead Acid batteries were the cheapest option to use to make this application feasible to execute.
  • 3-Communications towers: Since UPS systems started to be implemented & for at least the last century it used only Lead Acid batteries that were durable enough to work in such application.