RS PRO 6V Sealed Lead Acid Battery – 3.2Ah
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This statement confirms that the product detailed below complies with the specifications currently published in the RS media and has been subject to the strict quality conditions imposed by RS Components’ internal management systems. Furthermore and where applicable, it confirms that all relevant semiconductor devices have been handled and packed under conditions that meet the administrative and technical requirements of ANSI/ESD S20.20 and EN61340-5-1 electrostatics control standards.
|RS stock number||7270385|
|Product description||RS PRO 6V Sealed Lead Acid Battery - 3.2Ah|
|Manufacturer / Brand||RS PRO|
The foregoing information relates to product sold on, or after, the date shown below.
|Date||Jan 31, 2023|
RS Components Pte Ltd Robinson Road, P.O. Box 1582, Singapore 903132
Country of Origin: CN
RS PRO Lead Acid Battery - Rechargeable
LP-Normal AGM Range
RS PRO Lead acid rechargeable battery which is suitable for use across a number of industries as well as for general purpose. This lead acid battery is sealed and has many uses. These long-life rechargeable batteries are ideal for their uninterruptable power supply (UPS) and emergency back-up.
RS PRO offers a range of Lead Acid Rechargeable Batteries with different voltages and chargers to suit all your requirements.
The range includes the following Lead Acid Battery with different Volts and ampere-hours capacity:
727-0382 - 6V, 7Ah
727-0385 - 6V, 3.2Ah
727-0388 - 6V, 1.2Ah
727-0391 - 12V, 20Ah
727-0394 - 12V, 35Ah
727-0398 - 12V, 100Ah
727-0401 - 12V, 120Ah
727-0408 - 12V, 55Ah
Features and Benefits:
Using oxygen recombination technology - maintenance-free
PbCaSn alloy for plate grids - less gassing, less self-discharging
High-quality AGM separator - extend cycle life and prevent micro short circuit
ABS material - increase the strength of the battery container. (Flame-retardant ABS is optional)
High purity raw material - ensures a low self-discharge rate
Silver-coated copper terminals (T1, T2 terminal), brass insert terminals and lead terminals improve the electric conductivity
Alarm and security system
What does SLA, VRLA mean?
SLA is short for Sealed Lead Acid battery. VRLA is short for Valve Regulated Lead Acid battery. Both of these batteries are the same with features such as maintenance-free and leak proof. SLA/VRLA batteries are also a type of AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat) batteries.
GEL Vs AGM Lead Acid Batteries
AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat) - These batteries contain only enough liquid to keep the specially designed glass mat wet. The glass mat is made to wick the battery electrolytes between the battery plates. If the AGM battery is broken no free liquid leaks out.
AGM batteries are preferred when a large number of amps are required. The life expectancy remains excellent in most cases if they are not discharged more than 60% between recharges and/or recharged fully every 3-6 months.
Gel Cell Batteries - These batteries contain silica type gel, which is a thick paste-like material. It allows the electrons to flow between plates, but will not leak in a gel battery if the case is broken.
Gel Cell Batteries don't offer the same power capacity as the same physical size AGM batteries. Gel cell batteries excel in slow discharge rates and slightly higher operating temperatures and with excellent deep cycle capability. Recharging these batteries must be done correctly or it will suffer premature failure.
Are Lead Acid Rechargeable Batteries Harmful?
Lead acid batteries contain chemicals that have the potential to be harmful to both your health and the environment. They contain lead which is a highly toxic metal and sulfuric acid which is a corrosive electrolyte solution. Proper handling procedures must be followed at all times.
How to dispose of Lead Acid Batteries?
These batteries do contain hazardous chemicals so recycling is the only way to dispose of them. Recycle responsibly, a wide range of schemes are available.
How long do Lead Acid Batteries take to charge?
A full charge can take up to between 14 to 16 hours.
|Eurobat Classification||3 to 5 Years|
|Nominal Voltage||6 V|
|Designed for Cyclic Application||Yes|
|Dimensions||134 x 34 x 60 mm|
|Terminal Type||Faston F1|
|Operating Temperature Range||-15 → +50 °C|
|Designed High Rate Application||No|