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|Type:||Sealed Maintenance Free Battery||Color:||Black|
|Capacity:||2.5Ah||Useage:||Motorcycle / Scooter /three Wheel Motorcycle|
high amp motorcycle battery,
agm sealed lead acid battery
Characteristic of Small black 12v 2.5Ah maintenance free sealed lead acid battery manufacturers
1. Maintenance-free,completely sealed (all gases recycled internally)
2. AGM separator design eliminates acid spills
3. High integrity terminal seal
4. Self-regulating relief valve
5. Low self-discharge rate
6. Good effect of cold- starting performance
7. No PCL phenomenon
|Item||Small black 12v 2.5Ah maintenance free sealed lead acid battery manufacturers|
|Type||Lead acid battery|
|Useage||Motorcycle / Scooter /three Wheel Motorcycle|
|No. of plate||24|
Answers to Common Questions about Batteries
1, Do lead acid batteries discharge when not in use?
All batteries, regardless of their chemistry, will self-discharge. The rate of self-discharge for lead acid batteries depends on the storage or operating temperature. At a temperature of 80 degrees F. a lead acid battery will self-discharge at a rate of approximately 4% a week. A battery with a 125-amp hour rating would self-discharge at a rate of approximately five amps per week. Keeping this in mind if a 125 AH battery is stored for four months (16 weeks) winter without being charged, it will loose 80 amps of its 125-amp capacity. It will also have severe sulfation, which causes additional loss of capacity. Keep your batteries charged while not in use!
2, Do lead acid batteries develop a memory?
Lead acid batteries do not develop any type of memory.
3, Do I need to completely discharge my lead acid battery before recharging it?
No, in fact you should never discharge your lead acid battery below 80% of its rated capacity. Discharging it below this point or 10.5 volts can damage it.
4, When do I need to perform an equalization charge?
Equalizing should be performed when a battery is first purchased (called a freshening charge) and on a regular basis (every 10 discharge cycles or at least once a month). Reduced performance can also be an indicator that an equalizing charge is needed.
5, What is an equalizing charge?
An equalizing charge for a 12 volt battery requires that it be charged with a voltage of at least 14.4 volts for a period of at least one hour once a month, or every 10 discharge cycles. An equalizing charge prevents battery stratification and reduces sulfation, the leading cause of battery failure.
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