The manufacturers of cars are now producing cars with Stop Stat Batteries. If your vehicle is manufactured after 2010 and meet the euro 5 standard or above then you most like to have the stop start system with the EFB and AGM type of its battery. Generally speaking the entire model like BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Renault, Mazda and many more cars are equipped with stop start batteries. Their cars will just switch off when they get a stop and then start as soon as you press the accelerator again. Batteries from such cars need to be most specifically capable of handling all this kind of technology. They need to be able to start the car with almost dozens of times a day. From its only need to start twice a day for the normal commuter, once when you go for the work and once when you came back home, the battery now want to start your car at every traffic light.
What types of stop-start batteries do best batteries stock?
In a way to keep it prevent from damage to both your car battery and the engine management system of your car, specially developed stop start batteries are required and the type that you need is very certain to the type of car you are driving. Generally, you want to replace the battery of the car with the right one. You can also reset and then configures the car computers for a brand new replacement battery and a vehicle to function properly.
• AGM batteries
AGM stands for the Absorbent Glass Mat battery that is a lead-acid battery. The acid is engrossed into fibreglass sort of material rather than remaining as a free-flowing liquid that increases its regenerative power. They are also maintenance-free, fast charging with improved cycle life, excellent deep cycle properties, and high cranking ability and with high power output even with a low state of the charger. They can also be getting used with the regenerative braking systems, that is basically a system in hybrid and electric vehicles where the energy is created through the braking with electric motors that are diverted to recharge the battery. These advanced systems need the abrupt to recharge the battery in bursts that also need very high rates of charge acceptance.
• EFB batteries
This is one more type of Stop Start Batteries. EFB stands for Enhanced Flooded Batteries, same like the AGM batteries; it is also lead-acid batteries. But rather than the enhanced version of a standard wet-flooded battery. The major benefits of EFB batteries are an improved charge acceptance and with the greater cycle durability while operating in a low charge state. Its plates are also isolated from each other with separate micro porous. Between the separator and plate, there is also a thick polyester lining. This material also helps to balance the active material of plates and then extend the life of the battery. EFB batteries have a large number of charging cycles and also provide more than the double and partial discharge performance in comparison with the old batteries.