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FUEL CELL - BASICS

 

What IS A FUEL CELL?

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A fuel cell is a device that converts the chemical energy from a fuel into electricity through a chemical reaction of positively charged hydrogen ions with oxygen or another oxidizing agent. Fuel cells are different from batteries that requires a continuous source of fuel and oxygen or air to sustain the chemical reaction. Fuel cells can produce electricity continuously as long as these inputs are supplied.


APPLICATIONS

 

TELECOMMUNICATION

  TELECOMMUNICATION

MATERIAL HANDLING

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TRANSPORTATION

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DISTRIBUTED GENERATION

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BENEFITS

Excellent Performance & Adaptability

  • Wide ambient temp tolerance: -40 degC ~ 52 degC

  • Humidity tolerance: 0%~ 100% RH Non-condensing

  • Wide altitude tolerance: -400m to 7600m

  • No self-discharge after long-time storage

Low Life Cycle Cost

  • Over 4,000 ~ 40,000 hours of operation life and over 1,000 on-off cycles

  • No significant natural decay as any conventional batteries do

  • Requires less space

  • No rapid power loss in end of life

  • Less site check required. Once a year is enough

Energy Efficient

  • Static electrochemical reaction

  • No piston and combustion

  • 1-Step Fuel-to-Power Conversion

  • Reliable Power Supply

Clean & Environment Friendly

  • No greenhouse gas emission

  • Only byproduct is water

  • No noise pollution