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Energy Storage and Batteries

Marine Batteries and Energy Storage for Ships, Hybrid Marine & Offshore Applications

UB 50 Batteries for Ship and Marine Use

Class Approved. Safe. Reliable & Cost Effective.

In-cooperation with The Furukawa Battery Company of Japan, Eco Marine Power is able to offer internationally a range of energy storage solutions and batteries for use on ships, hybrid marine and offshore applications.

The high quality and long life batteries from Furukawa Battery can be supplied either as part of an integrated marine renewable energy solution or supplied as stand-alone battery packs or individual units.

These batteries can also be supplied in frames or with pre-configured mounting racks which can be assembled on site.


 

Applications for Ship Batteries and Marine Batteries

  • Energy storage for Aquarius Marine Solar Power and Aquarius MAS + Solar.
  • Energy storage for marine or coastal Photovoltaic (PV) systems.
  • Energy storage and battery packs for ships.
  • Emergency back-up power storage for ships and marine craft.
  • Battery packs for river boats & passenger ferries.
  • Energy storage for offshore renewable energy facilities.
  • Other maritime and offshore applications.

 

Furukawa Battery - High Quality VRLA and Hybrid Batteries. Over 90% Recyclable.

Furukawa Batteries for Ship and Marine Use

The Furukawa Battery Co., Ltd. is a leading manufacturer of storage batteries and electrical machinery in Japan and internationally. Furukawa Battery products include batteries for use in cars, motorcycles, electric vehicles, trains, aircraft, telecommunications, ships, renewable energy applications and spacecraft.

Furukawa Battery was established in 1950 and has a number of manufacturing facilities located both in Japan and in S.E. Asia.

The Furukawa Battery Co., Ltd. has been certified to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 quality standards plus the batteries listed below have been accepted for use on Classed vessels by Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK).

 

FCP Series Battery Units

Furukawa Cycle Power (FCP) series battery units are available in various configurations ranging from 12VDC to 96VDC and are supplied complete with a modular design mounting rack for superior vibration resistance. The space saving design of the unit also reduces installation and maintenance time. FCP series batteries are ideally suited for renewable energy applications and their long life (approximately 15 years) and low maintenance requirements make them ideal for use on ships

 

FCP-1000 (12V, 1000Ah/10Hr) Battery Unit

Unit Type
FCP-1000-12 Furukawa Battery FCP-1000
Cells 6 Cells
Voltage 12V
Capacity (10Hr) 1000Ah
Rated Energy Capacity 12kWh
Dimensions (approx) 314(h) x 1141(w) x 505(d) mm
Weight (approx) 500 kg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



FCP-1000 (48V, 1000Ah/10Hr) Battery Unit

Unit Type
FCP-1000-12 x 4 Units
Furukawa FCP-1000 48V Battery Rack
Cells 24 Cells
Voltage 48V
Capacity (10Hr) 1000Ah
Rated Energy Capacity 48kWh
Dimensions (approx) 1464(h) x 1141(w) x 560(d) mm
Weight (approx) 2,030 kg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



More Information: FCP Series Product Brochure (Link to Furukawa Battery Website)

 

UltraBattery (UB) Series


Hybrid batteries that incorporate unique ultracapacitor technology!

Features:

  • Capacitor is fused at the electrode level
  • Excellent charge acceptance
  • Improved charge-discharge rate

 

Ultra Battery Configuration by Furukawa Battery
Configuration of UltraBattery from The Furukawa Battery Company

 

UB-50-12 Batteries

UB-50-12 valve regulated lead acid (VRLA) batteries or battery packs are the ideal solution for smart grid, wind power and solar power applications and can be used on ships. UB-50-12 batteries can be supplied as individual units or as a pack for use with EMP solar power solution.


Battery Type
UB-50-12 ClassNK Approved UB-50 Battery for Ships
Voltage 12V
Capacity (20Hr) 50Ah
Dimensions (approx) 220(h) x 363(w) x 128(d) mm
Nominal Energy 600Wh
Weight (approx) 22 kg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also available: UB-1000 (1000 Ah)

More Information: UB Series (UltraBattery) (Link to Furukawa Battery Website)

 

FC38-12 Batteries

FC38-12 (12V, 38Ah/20HR) VRLA Battery (Valve Regulated Lead Acid) FC38-12 batteries are ideal for small marine solar power applications (i.e. up to around 5kWp) and can be supplied either as a battery pack set or as individual 12V units. A major advantage of the FC38-12 is that it’s relatively small size and light weight makes it ideal for installation into small (but ventilated) spaces on-board ships and other vessels.

Battery Type
FC38-12 Furukawa Battery FC-38-12
Voltage 12V
Capacity (20Hr) 38Ah
Dimensions (approx) 172(h) x 165(w) x 197(d) mm
Self Discharge (at 25oC) Less than 0.1% per day
Weight (approx) 15.5 kg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* Size dimensions in mm

 

Other Batteries Available


Links to Furukawa Battery Website and Brochures

Other Marine Lead-Acid Batteries (PDF)

Batteries for Industrial Use

Batteries for Transportation

 

 

FCP Series by Furukawa Battery Approval Certificate

Furukawa Battery FCP Series ClassNK Acceptance

(Acceptance Certficates for other batteries available upon request)

 
         
 

 
 
 
 
 
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Eco Marine Power is at the forefront of developing and supplying innovative marine renewable energy technologies for shipping which harness the power of the sun & wind. These solutions include our Aquarius MRE System, EnergySail & Aquarius Marine Solar Power which reduce fuel consumption, lower noxious gas emissions and deliver cost benefits.

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The Aquarius Management and Automation System or Aquarius MAS is a cost effective alarm handling, monitoring, process handling and data logging platform suitable for a wide range of ships. The system is based upon the reliable and robust KEI 3240 Data Logger and is class approved. The Aquarius MAS can also monitor fuel use & calculate vessel emissions.

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Finding the right solar, wind, electric or hybrid marine power solution can be a daunting task so Eco Marine Power works with shipyards and ship owners to help them find the best system for their needs. EMP also developments low emission & sustainable shipping concepts and designs using marine renewable energy technologies & advanced computer systems.
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