Saturday, 4 February 2012

Best Battery Dealers in Indore


Imagine a world where everything that used electricity had to be plugged in. Flashlights, hearing aids, cell phones and other portable devices would be tethered to electrical outlets, rendering them awkward and cumbersome. Cars couldn't be started with the simple turn of a key; a strenuous cranking would be required to get the pistons moving. Wires would be strung everywhere, creating a safety hazard and an unsightly mess. Thankfully, batteries provide us with a mobile source of power that makes many modern conveniences possible.
While there are many different types of batteries, the basic concept by which they function remains the same. When a device is connected to a battery, a reaction occurs that produces electrical energy. This is known as an electrochemical reaction. Italian physicist Count Alessandro Volta first discovered this process in 1799 when he created a simple battery from metal plates and brine-soaked cardboard or paper. Since then, scientists have greatly improved upon Volta's original design to create batteries made from a variety of materials that come in a multitude of sizes.
Today, batteries are all around us. They power our wristwatches for months at a time. They keep our alarm clocks and telephones working, even if the electricity goes out. They run our smoke detectors, electric razors, power drills, mp3 players, thermostats -- and the list goes on. If you're reading this article on your laptop or smartphone, you may even be using batteries right now! However, because these portable power packs are so prevalent, it's very easy to take them for granted. This article will give you a greater appreciation for batteries by exploring their history, as well as the basic parts, reactions and processes that make them work. So cut that cord and click through our informative guide to charge up your knowledge of batteries.

What kind of backup power do you need?

Battery stored backup power allows you to use certain (or all) appliances when utility provided grid electricity is not available.

There are three main applications for backup power:

1. Emergency Battery Backup Power. The Emergency Backup Power packages on this page are designed to provide power for home or business when the grid is knocked out by natural disaster, or when there are rolling blackouts. These systems are also appropriate for remote cabins or homes or telecommunication systems where no grid power is available. They are essentially small offgrid power systems which can operate independent of the grid when the grid is not available if you add solar panels or another source of power.

2. Battery Backup Power can be added alongside an existing grid intertied solar power system. When the grid goes down, a gridtie solar system goes down, too, unless you have added a bank of batteries and planned for an additional source of electricity generation. The extra source of electricity may be a gas generator or additional solar panels. These simple battery backup power systems do not make use of your existing gridtied solar panel array(s). See sample packages of complete Battery Backup Power for Solar Gridtie. 

3. Gridtie to Offgrid. Backup power that is AC coupled to your Gridtie Solar Power System. Also for homes and businesses, these packages recharge your battery bank with the solar panels of your gridtie system. This gives you independence from the grid during emergencies or whenever you want! 

Best Battery Dealers in Indore

Basant jaiswal
KPC Systems & Power Solutions
Murai Mohalla 
731 - 4042543 . 9826085321 .
Power Generation, Transmission & Control 
- 4-Jan, Near Saini Mark School, 
Murai Mohalla, Indore - 452001

1 comment:

  1. Actually people looking the dealers for getting proper service because in shop they can’t get the benefits or service in good way but dealers so really know the customers value thanks for this pretty post, keep blogging.
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