Maintenance-Free, Non-Spillable – Proven VRLA technology guarantees safe operation without maintenance and ‘non restricted article’ ( road use ) status for transportation.
Handle – Detachable rope carry handles.
Low Self-Discharge – Lead-calcium alloy grids and use of high purity lead account for superior shelf-life characteristics permitting storage for extended periods of time.
Designed-In Reliability – Cutting-edge manufacturing and process control combined with meticulous quality assurance procedures guarantee consistent and dependable performance.
Absorbent Glass Mat(AGM) technology for efficient gas recombination of up to 99% and freedom from electrolyte maintenance or water adding.
Not restricted for air transport-comp lies with IATA/ICAO Special Provision A67.
Can be mounted in any orientation.
Computer designed lead, calcium tin alloy grid for high power density.
Long service life, float or cyclic applications.
Low self discharge.
LENGTH 330 mm
WIDTH 175 mm
HEIGHT 215 mm
Height at terminals: 220mm ( PLUS THE BOLT THAT SCREWS IN )
2 Years Warranty.
Nominal Voltage .12 volts (6 cells)
20-hr. (6.00A to 10.80 volts) .143.0 AH
10-hr. (10.3A to 10.80 volts) .135.0 AH
5-hr. (12.4A to 10.50 volts) . 127.0 AH
1-hr. (61.8A to 9.60 volts) .67.1 AH
Approximate Weight .34 kg
Operating Temperature Range
Charge . -4°F (-20°C) to 122°F (50°C)
Discharge . -40°F (-40°C) to 140°F (60°C)
Case .ABS Plastic
We have sold and use these batteries in our workshop for quite a while now , in automotive , residential , marine and rugged 4×4 / camper trailer applications .We know batteries and value for money we believe these to be excellent.
A Quick Guide for Calculating Power Consumption
1. Calculate the Power Consumption (Total Watt Hours) by adding the power consumption (Watts) of each item of equipment and multiplying by the estimated duration of use. For example:
Refrigerator at 40W for 10 hours = (40 x 10) = 400Wh
Lights at 20W for 4 hours = (20 x 4) = 80Wh
Winch at 90W for 0.2 hours = (09 x 0.2) = 18Wh
TOTAL POWER CONSUMPTION = (400+80+18) = 498Wh
2. Add 50% safety net to Total Power Consumption.
TOTAL POWER CONSUMPTION = (498Wh x 2) =996W
3. Convert Power Consumption into Amp Hours (Ah).
= Power Consumption (Wh)
Total Battery Voltage
2 Years Warranty.