These are small Sealed Lead Acid batteries that are generally used for semi-portable appliances that need more power or a fair bit of power (more than can be provided by D, C or AA cells) for a longish time. The amp-hour rating tells you how long the battery will last before it goes flat. For example, a 7.2Ah battery will give 7.2 amps for one hour or 3.6 amps for 2 hours or 1.8 amps for 4 hours, etc. Also often found in alarm systems, NBN installations, and other critical systems with backup batteries.
• Charge current 720mA for 10-14 hours
• Discharge current 20 hr rate 350mA
• Max Discharge Current (5 sec):40A
• Voltage 14.40V~15.00V @ 20°C (68°F)
• Temp Coefficient: - 30mV/°C
• Voltage 13.5V~13.80V @ 20°C (68°F)
• Temp Coefficient: - 20mV/°C
Also often found in alarm systems, NBN installations, and other critical systems with backup batteries.
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|Standard Recharge Current||750mA|
|Battery Chemical Composition||Sealed Lead Acid (SLA)|
|Battery Peak Current||108A|
|Amp Hour Rating||7.2Ah|
|20 Hour Capacity||7.2Ah|
|10 Hour Capacity||6.5Ah|
|5 Hour Capacity||5.75Ah|
|1 Hour Capacity||4.32Ah|
|Connection Type||Spade Terminals|
|Type of battery||SLA Block|