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Best 150ah inverter battery

Updated: Nov 8, 2021

150Ah batteries are the most popular size and come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including tubular, tall tubular, flat plate, and gel. And each type of battery has its own set of benefits and use characteristics.


Flate plate lead-acid battery is the basic version of a 150Ah battery. Moreover tubular type battery is advanced than flat plate type and tall tubular is furthermore advanced than tubular batteries. However, these three types of batteries are flooded lead-acid and required time to time maintenance.

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However, a gel battery is a special type of battery. Their electrolyte is in gel form, whereas the electrolyte of other types of battery is in liquid form. Gel battery required no maintenance, produces no harmful gases and has a low self-discharge rate. Curious about flooded and sealed batteries, learn more.


Batteries self discharge themself, when not in usage. Hence they need to keep on trickle charging to stay fully charged.

For the ease of selection for our readers, we only choose the best of its class batteries in our blogs.


Best tall tubular 150Ah battery

Luminous Red Charge RC 18000 150 Ah Tall Tubular: has the best performance overall. It has been designed with tall tubular electrodes and has the highest electrolyte [acid] volume though which it gets better thermal and electrical characteristics. This ensures it can withstand long and frequent power cuts. Its enhanced thermal characteristics guaranteed long service life and low maintenance. And its has a high charge cycle, required a low float current and has low electrolyte stratification risk.


Pros:

  1. Best for off-grid solar power plants.

  2. Best for regions with heavy power cuts.

  3. Required low maintenance.

  4. Suitable for heavy loads.

  5. Consume less power after it is fully charged.

Batteries required float charging [low power charging] to keep them fully charged.

Cons:

  1. Required off gird solar inverter or inverter with tubular charging options.

  2. Expensive and Bulky.

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Best tubular 150Ah battery

LUMINOUS RedCharge RC 18000 ST 150AH Short Tubular: It has been also designed with tubular electrodes and has a high electrolyte [acid] volume as compared to a flat plate battery. And this enhances the battery’s thermal and electrical characteristics. These enhancements make it withstand long and not so frequent power cuts [once in 2-3 days]. Also, it has long service life, high charge cycle, low float current and required low maintenance as compared to its falt pate counterpart.


Pros:

  1. Best value to money.

  2. Best for heavy loads and for regions with once in 2-3 days power cuts.

  3. Required less maintenance as compared to its flat plate counterpart.

  4. Consume less float current.

Cons:

  1. Required off gird solar inverter or inverter with tubular charging options.


Best Flat plate 150Ah battery

Livguard 150Ah Invertuff Flat Plate Battery: has flat electrodes and a relatively low electrolyte volume. Hence, it has a low price too and this makes it the best economical battery for the regions with low power cuts [1-2 in a month] with light loads. It can be charged by any type of inverter, you don’t need to buy a special inverter.


Pros:

  1. Best value to money for low power cuts regions [1-2 power cuts per month].

  2. Best value to money for light loads.

  3. Any inverter can be used to charge it.

Cons:

  1. Required time to time maintenance.

  2. Not suitable for long and frequent power cuts.


Best 150Ah Gel battery

Luminous InverGel IGSTJ 18000 150 Ah Gel Tubular Battery: It is a gel battery, its electrolyte is in a gel form that ensures a low self-discharge rate and high power density. High power density means it can provide a high current for a short interval of time. Due to gel form electrolyte, it doesn’t require any maintenance and it can be easily moved without worrying about acid spilling. It doesn’t produce harmful gases, but it required a high float voltage. Due to high float voltage, not any inverter can be used to charge it. Otherwise, the battery will lose power during float charging and you will get less backup.


Pros:

  1. Best for heavy loads and for regions with low power cuts.

  2. Best for tenant [rented person], who need to change room time to time.

  3. Required No-maintenance.

  4. Low self-discharge rate, hence you can even switch off your inverter while leaving home for 1-2 months.

  5. Low risk.

  6. Low health hazard.

Cos:

  1. High upfront cost.

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