High temperatures can severely reduce the life of a battery, driving up maintenance and replacement costs, not to mention the unwanted downtime. And keeping batteries in an optimal 20⁰-35⁰C (68⁰-95⁰F) temperature range can be expensive, or sometimes impossible depending on the site. High-temperature batteries provide exceptional performance and long float life, even at elevated temperatures. This means huge potential cost savings, due to reduced battery replacement, cooling and maintenance.
High-temperature batteries are ideal for use in a range of applications, including telecom backup, cableTV, emergency lighting, railway, oil and gas power utilities (see case study Modular & Fully Controllable Battery Chargers for Transmission Substations) and more.