Improved fuel cell
Rittal has unveiled its RiCell 5 kW fuel cell system.
Featuring a standalone power supply, the device is suitable for an extensive range of applications in transport and environmental technology, power engineering, IT and telecommunications.
The cell can be used in tunnels as an emergency backup generator in case of power failures. Fuel cells are also suitable for supplying power to standalone measuring stations collecting meteorological data or measuring particulate matter emissions.
The ready-to-connect 5 kW fuel cell features an internal consumption of hydrogen which has been reduced by 16% from 75-63 standard L/min.
In standby operation, the new device requires 200 W instead of the 400 W of its predecessor. Mechanical improvements and easy access also make it maintenance-friendly.
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