grid | power V H bloc

grid | power V H batteries (OGi bloc series) are low-maintenance, sealed lead-acid batteries with a positive grid plate. The special feature of this series is the pocketing of the negative plates. This protects the active mass and effectively prevents short circuits, which ensures maximum reliability.

The batteries are not only ideal for high- current applications, they are also ideally suited for partial cyclical use. grid | power V H batteries offer an excellent, very long expected service life, increased operational reliability and combine excellent performance with a robust design. Typical areas of application for the product range are power plants and energy supply systems, uninterruptible power supply (UPS), switchgear, safety lighting systems, as a battery for starting diesel and emergency power generators, as well as railway infrastructure applications.

The product design according to DIN 40738 ensures maximum compatibility when replacing and expanding existing systems and battery systems. In combination with the recombination system HOPPECKE grid | aquagen you have the option of reducing maintenance costs right through to being maintenance-free.

Technical data


  • Emergency power supply (UPS)
  • Power plants
  • Switchgear


Product data:

Constructionvented
SeriesOGi
TechnologyLead-acid
PerformanceH
Product groupcells-blocks-modules


Norms and standards

  • DIN-EN-60896


 

Your advantages

  • Reliability through long experience with this DIN product
  • Commitment by all proof of suitability for the required application
  • Combination of partial cycle stability, high current capability and durability
  • Technical support from HOPPECKE related to all battery-, technical- and of course to the individual application- questions
 

Downloads


Technical documentation

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vl_manual_de.pdf
2.8 MB | pdf-file
vl_manual_en.pdf
2.7 MB | pdf-file


Brochure

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grid_power_vh_brochure_de.pdf
3.2 MB | pdf-file
grid_power_vh_brochure_en.pdf
3.2 MB | pdf-file