max.power

The HOPPECKE max.power battery is a flooded, stationary, lead-acid battery with liquid electrolyte. It achieves a capacity of up to 12,000 Ah even without elaborate parallel strings. The max.power is differentiated by its long service life due to our proven gauntleted positive plate and reliable power coverage over a very long period.

The new design to DIN 40736 dimensions ensures highest level of compatibility when replacing existing equipment and for integration with the extension of existing battery systems. Combination with the HOPPECKE grid | aquagen recombination system makes its completely maintenance-free.

Technical data




    Product data:

    Constructionvented
    SeriesOPzS
    TechnologyLead-acid
    PerformanceL
    Product groupcells-blocks-modules


    Norms and standards

    • IEC-60896-11


     

    Your advantages

    • Extreme extension of water refill intervals up to maintenance-free operation
    • Excellent cycle stability due to tubular plate design
    • Extremely extended water refill intervals up to maintenance-free operation
    • Optional use of the grid | aquagen recombination system minimizes gas and aerosol leakage
     

    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


    Technical documentation

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    service_maintenance_comissioning_protocoll_en_de.pdf
    0.1 MB | pdf-file


    Brochure

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    max_power_brochure_de.pdf
    0.3 MB | pdf-file
    max_power_brochure_en.pdf
    0.4 MB | pdf-file
    max_power_brochure_pl.pdf
    1 MB | pdf-file


    Data sheet

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    vla_safety_data_sheet_en.pdf
    0.3 MB | pdf-file


    Accessories & options

    grid | aquagen pro - view details

    grid | aquagen pro

    The patented recombination system is suitable for use on stationary batteries with liquid electrolyte. It ensures a significant reduction in water consumption.

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