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Nickel Iron (Ni-Fe) Battery - 48 Volt
Nickel Iron (Ni-Fe) Battery - 48 Volt


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Iron Edison Nickel Iron Industrial Series Batteries - 48 Volt for Renewable Energy and Backup Power Applications.

30-YEAR CYCLE LIFE Over a century ago, Thomas Edison found a battery design he considered nearly perfect. Today, Iron Edison is proud to offer an updated version of his incredible design. Iron Edisonís Nickel Iron battery is rated for at least 11,000 cycles. Thatís 30 years with daily use.

DEEPEST DISCHARGE Daily deep discharging of the Nickel Iron battery has no impact on its longevity, allowing for more usable capacity than leadacid batteries. You will never have to worry about accidentally damaging your battery bank again.

NEARLY INDESTRUCTABLE Nickel Iron is tolerant of over-charge, over-discharge, and extreme temperatures. The alkaline electrolyte acts as a metal preservative, preventing the Nickel and Iron plates from degrading over time.

COMPATIBLE WITH ALL MAJOR BRANDS Iron Edison batteries are compatible with major manufacturers like Outback Power, Schneider Electric, SMA, Magnum Energy, and MidNite Solar.

UNRIVALED WARRANTY Every Nickel Iron battery comes with a 10 year warranty from Iron Edison, along with lifetime technical support. Recommended charge settings are also provided for every application.

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