Pulsetech Introduces Solar Charger For Vehicles, Equipment Left Outdoors In Long-Term Storage
April 10, 2012
PulseTech Products Corporation introduces the SolarPulse SP-24-6, a military tested solar panel system to charge and maintain vehicles and equipment left outdoors in long-term storage.
The 24-Volt SolarPulse charges, maintains and de-sulfates all types of generators and vehicles with a 24-volt lead acid battery system including standard, AGM and gel types.
When mounted on a vehicle or equipment, the SP-24-6 is an automatic battery conditioning and charge or maintenance system. It combines PulseTech's Pulse Technology with microprocessor-controlled, intelligent charging algorithms to charge, condition and maintain vehicle and equipment batteries, extending battery performance and useful life up to five times.
As a battery ages through use or sits unused for periods of time, lead sulfate crystals can enlarge and build up to the point where they create a physical barrier across the surface of the battery plates. This build-up can become so dense that a battery is no longer able to accept or release energy.
The SP-24-6 features a polyurethane encapsulated solar panel mounted on a solid aluminum back plate. The unit uses single-crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells. The waterproof panel dimensions are 9 ft. x 11 in. x 0.125 in.
- Source: PulseTech
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