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The first Ni–Cd battery was invented by Waldemar Jungner of Sweden in 1899. At that time, the materials for producing of Ni-Cd batteries were pricier and had not found wide use. In 1932 active materials were deposited inside a porous nickel-plated electrode.
Ni-Cd batteries can be rapidly charged, deeply discharged at a low rate, and trickle charged. Other batteries would rather partially have been discharged at low current. Ni-Cd batteries deliver a good performance in a harsh environment, and at low temperatures. Regardless of the charge rate, the batteries can be stored unused for a long period of time.
The manufacturing of Ni-Cd batteries is an extensively studied, well developed, and automatized process for us.
Well experienced and qualified personnel provide a top-quality thought a whole production cycle from processing of the customer request to the final product.
We offer the product of top quality, competitive price, and well-timed technical support.
Nickel-Cadmium accumulator batteries
KL, KPL range
These batteries are intended as a backup power supply for control and lighting system at various sites, urban transport electric networks, metro trains, communication systems, automatic phone stations, and so on where the uninterrupted power supply is required.
They produce long-lasting discharge by low current (0,2 C).
KM, KPM range
These accumulator batteries are used when a discharge by a current (1C) is required.
These batteries have the same capabilities as KL range, and produce long-lasting discharge by low current (0,2C) but, if required, they also can produce average current discharge (1C).
KGL, KGM range
By their configuration, the KGL and KGM battery is a type of alkaline nickel-cadmium battery with partial gas recombination. This range is upgraded to the low-maintenance version.
KGL, KGM batteries are critical where high reliability and the extended service life is required, as well as when they are operated in a harsh environment and at remote sites with constrained monitoring.
KGL range produces long-lasting discharge by low current (0,2C).
KGM range has the same capabilities as KGL range, and produce long- lasting discharge by low current (0,2C) but, if required, they also can produce average current discharge (1C).
Key advantages of nickel-cadmium batteries manufactured by LLC ADS compared to the identical alternatives produced by the others:
- Bolted plates
The cells are able to be repaired with the substituting of the parts
- Sealed vent cap
Prevents air from accessing the electrolyte, and extends the operational life
- 2- position fixed vent cap with lever spring
Provides easy maintenance and watering
- Adds to the electrolyte
By adding the emulsion, the upper layer of electrolyte prevents water from quick evaporation resulting in the extended service cycle
The electronic electrolyte level sensor with an LED indicator installed on each cell ensures a visual check of the electrolyte level and protects the users from contacting alkali. With an LED indicator the only adding of water is required.
Key advantages of nickel-cadmium batteries manufactured by LLC ADS compared to the lead- acid alternative:
- Service life of more than 20 years
- Not less than 1200 cycles
- Resistance to overcharge
No blowing up and cracking up. No loss of capacity.
- Resistance to shortcut
- Resistance to regular undercharge
- Recharging at a low temperature
- Easy recovery after lowering the capacity and long term storage
- Resistance to improper maintenance by the users
- Wide-ranging size
- The only type of battery that can withstand a full and complete discharging
- 5-year warranty period
- Wide range of operating temperatures from -40°C to +45°C
Nickel-cadmium and nickel-iron batteries are available in both polypropylene and metal-frame versions. Upon a customer-specific requirement, the accumulator batteries with non-standard sizes and configurations can also be produced.