VRLA Batteries for Standby communication equipment’s, Emergency Lightening systems, Solar Powered and Wind Powered systems, Load Leveling and storage equipment, Marine equipment, Power generation plants, Alarm Systems, Uninterruptable Power Supplies and Standby power systems, Medical equipment’s and other special application.
- Superior Deep Cycle Design.
- High Power Density.
- Thick Plates and High-density Active Material.
- Longer Life in Deep Cycle Applications.
- Excellent Recovery from Deep Discharge.
|Cells Per Unit||
|Voltage Per Unit||
70Ah@20hr-rate to 1.75V per cell @25 C
100Ah@20hr-rate to 1.75V per cell @25 C
125Ah@20hr-rate to 1.75V per cell @25 C
150Ah@20hr-rate to 1.75V per cell @25 C
200Ah@20hr-rate to 1.75V per cell @25 C
230Ah@20hr-rate to 1.75V per cell @25 C
Approx. 23.0 Kg(Tolerance±2%)
Approx. 28.0 Kg(Tolerance±2%)
Approx. 35.0 Kg(Tolerance±2%)
Approx. 44.5 Kg(Tolerance±2%)
|Max. Discharge Current|
700 A (5 sec)
1000 A (5 sec)
1250 A (5 sec)
1500 A (5 sec)
2000 A (5 sec)
2300 A (5 sec)
Approx. 6 mΩ
Approx. 6.5 mΩ
Approx. 4 mΩ
Approx. 4.2 mΩ
Approx. 4 mΩ
Approx. 3.5 mΩ
|Operating Temperature Range||
Discharge: -40 C~60 C
Charge: -20 C~50 C
Storage: -40 C~60 C
|Normal Operating Temperature Range||
25 C±5 C
|Float charging Voltage||
13.6 to 13.8 VDC/unit Average at 25 C
|Recommended Maximum Charging Current|
|Equalization and Cycle Service||
14.2 to 14.4VDC/unit Average at 25 C
Batteries can be stored for more than 6 months at 25 C. Self-discharge ratio less than 3% per month at 25 C. Please charge batteries before using.
Terminal F5 / F12
A.B.S. (UL94-HB), Flammability resistance of UL94-V1
- 25 Apr 2015