Powersonic has released a new Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery models LiFePO4 are a new higher specific capacity, superior thermal and chemical stability, enhanced safety, cost effective as well as superior charge and discharge rates, compact size, light weight, and enhanced cycle life. Used in medical devices, emergency lighting and specialty electronic devices. Batteryplex is excited about this new line of Powersonic batteries.
February 09, 2017
November 14, 2016
Emergency light fixtures are used in many commercial, industrial, municipal and large residential buildings to provide illumination when the power is disrupted and to mark exits for evacuation purposes. They are available as standalone fixtures that contain a battery, a charging circuit and energy-efficient light bulbs, providing light to darkened rooms and hallways during an emergency, as well as illuminated signs that direct occupants along evacuation routes to designated emergency exits.
October 13, 2016
In order to meet local, state and federal code requirements, and provide plenty of operating time for occupants to get to safety, emergency lights typically must provide at least 90 minutes of illumination. After several years of operation, the original Lithonia battery in each emergency light fixture will start showing signs of age, and it may start causing the fixture to operate poorly or not at all.
September 14, 2016
Traditionally, solar systems have employed deep-cycle, flooded lead-acid batteries for energy storage, because they are durable, cost-effective, and they offer the charging characteristics and performance required for the high demands that solar systems place on batteries.
August 15, 2016
Lighting manufactures a large selection of lighting products for use in industrial, commercial and residential buildings, but it is well known for its line of battery-powered emergency lights and signs. These products combine a battery, charging system and energy-efficient lighting into a small package that provides emergency lights for building evacuations or illuminated signs that mark escape routes during events like power outages or natural disasters. The battery in each fixture can typically provide over ninety minutes of power to the emergency lights or signs, giving a building's occupants plenty of time to get to the exits safely, and allowing emergency personnel plenty of time to clear the building of all occupants.
July 18, 2016
Avoid these nine things to prolong the life of your Power Sonic batteries. At BatteryPlex, we carry Power Sonic batteries and other rechargeables.
June 15, 2016
6 qualities for emergency light batteries. At BatteryPlex, we carry high-quality rechargeable batteries from top manufacturers
May 26, 2016
Here are 8 ways to optimize the life of your Lithonia battery. At BatteryPlex, we offer a variety of Lithonia batteries and replacements.
April 15, 2016
After several years, even the best types of rechargeable batteries will need to be replaced. Each kind of rechargeable battery has a fixed number of discharge and recharge cycles that it can endure under the best conditions, and if it is not maintained properly, it can endure even fewer cycles, reducing its lifespan significantly.
March 15, 2016
Emergency light fixtures are a staple in all large industrial, commercial and multi-unit residential complexes. During a power outage, they are designed to come on automatically, supplying at least 90 minutes of illumination that allows the building's occupants to safely exit, and, in the case of a fire, earthquake, or other natural disaster, they are designed to provide emergency responders with enough light to make sure that the building has been cleared of occupants. After the power is restored, the emergency light batteries are then automatically recharged, so they are ready for the next time power is lost.