Our batteries are ideal for a range of wired and wireless telecommunications applications, including headquarters and outdoor installations. We have a variety of batteries which provide excellent performance, longevity and easy installation.

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EnerSys PowerSafe OPzV

The EnerSys range of PowerSafe OPzV batteries is suitable for a broad range of applications including telecommunications, power generating stations and distribution systems, railway, airport and seaport signalling, computing, emergency lighting, automation and measuring systems. The PowerSafe OPzV range of valve regulated lead-acid batteries uses a proven combination of gel and tubular technologies to offer a very high level of reliability. These single cells benefit from an optimised plate design that gives capacities in excess of the DIN standard values. In addition, the PowerSafe OPzV range of batteries offers both an excellent float life and a high cycle life for a truly flexible solution.
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EnerSys PowerSafe V-TT

The EnerSys range of PowerSafe V-TT batteries has been designed specifically for use in applications that demand the highest levels of security and reliability. With proven compliance to the most rigorous international standards, PowerSafe V-TT batteries are recognised worldwide as a premium solution for Telecom applications. The reputation of PowerSafe V-TT batteries for long service life, together with excellent high rate performance, also makes them the number one choice for high integrity, high specification UPS systems. PowerSafe V-TT cells and monoblocs deliver superior performance whilst occupying less space than conventional standby power batteries. The use of V-0 rated, flame retardant, ABS plastic for the thick wall containers and lids offers high mechanical strength with excellent safety features. PowerSafe V-TT batteries are designed using proven gas recombination technology that removes the need for regular water addition by controlling the evolution of hydrogen and oxygen during charging. Oxygen evolved at the positive plates diffuses through microporous separators to the negative plates and, by a series of chemical reactions within the cell, recombines to form water. Each cell incorporates its own safety valve that allows the controlled release of gas when pressure builds up within the cell.