Monday, April 25, 2011
【 Weak current College 】 battery main terminology 2 】
20 plate Plate (ofabattery) consists of living nature and supporting use of conductor (if necessary) with electrodes.
21 positive plate Positiveplate discharge period constitutes the cathode and the anode charging period constitute a plate.
22 negative plates Negativeplate discharge period constitutes the anode and the cathode in charging period constitute a plate.
23 plate base plate group Plategroup have the same polarity pole plate connection of components.
24 separator Separator (ofabattery) placed in the battery positive and negative plates, permit ion through electrical insulating materials components, it can completely or partially blocking the active substances in mixtures.
25 great group combo plate group Platepack by divisions and positive, negative plates group consisting of parts.
26 Terminal: pole Terminal (ofabattery) batteries and external conductors connected parts.
27 electrolytes: electrolyte Electrolyte containing mobile ion and Ionic conductivity of liquid or solid substances.
28 battery shell: battery Container to accommodate groups and electrolyte batteries from electrolyte corrosion of the container.
29 capacity (Battery) in terms of capacity, a fully charged battery provides power, usually used when Ann (Ah). Note: the power of the international unit for Coulomb (1c = lA * s). But in actual use, the battery capacity is usually used said A.h.
30 discharge rate used battery discharge Dischargerate 5A said.
31 termination voltage FinalvoltageCut — offvoltage that discharge termination of voltage.
32 the initial voltage Initialvoltage circuit closed after initial instant polarization stabilized load voltage at all times.
33 nominal capacity Nominalcapacity used to identify the approximate battery suitable for an estimate.
34 rated capacity Ratedcapacity within the prescribed conditions, the battery is fully charged after the indicated by the manufacturer of an estimate.
35 self-discharge Self-discharge when battery is not connected with detection tester for electronic circuit, due to the spontaneous reactions within the battery and cause loss of chemical energy.
36-start capability Startingcapability battery in prescribed circumstances to provide power for engine starting motor skills.
37 Chargeacceptance battery charge acceptance in terms of the ability to accept the charge.
38 charged battery in the protection capacity of Chargeretention conditions open to maintain charge.
39 thermal runaway Thermalrunaway in constant pressure charging during a critical state. At this point, battery current and temperature occurs a cumulative effect of mutual enhancement and gradual increase lead battery damage.
40 overcharge Overcharge constitutional full charge continues charging.
41 constant current charging Constantcurrentcharge current value at a constant charge.
42 constant pressure charging Constantvoltagecharge battery terminal voltage is maintained at between a constant value of charging.
43 improved constant pressure charging Modifiedconstantvoltagecharge adopts constant pressure to limit current power charge of one way.
44 quick charging Boostcharge usually high rate short of a portion of the charge.
45 equalizing Equalizingcharge to ensure that the batteries in all single battery fully charged a renewal charge.
46 trickle charging Tricklecharge self-discharge for compensation, so that the battery is fully charged in approximately continuous state of charging current.