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12.8V 6Ah 76.8Wh Lead Acid Replacement Battery LiFePO4 Battery Packs

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12.8V 6Ah 76.8Wh Lead Acid Replacement Battery LiFePO4 Battery Packs

12.8V 6Ah 76.8Wh Lead Acid Replacement Battery LiFePO4 Battery Packs
12.8V 6Ah 76.8Wh Lead Acid Replacement Battery LiFePO4 Battery Packs

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Product Details:
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Minmax
Certification: CE (battery), UN38.3 (battery), UL1642 & IEC62133 (cells), UN 3480, CLASS 9
Model Number: LRB-LFP12-6M(A)
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Price: Negotiable
Payment Terms: T/T

12.8V 6Ah 76.8Wh Lead Acid Replacement Battery LiFePO4 Battery Packs

Description
Nominal Voltage (V): 12.8 Nominal Capacity (Ah): 6
Energy (Wh): 76.8 Dimensions (LxWxH Mm): 90x70x107
Approx. Weight (Kg): 0.75
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LiFePO4 Lead Acid Replacement Battery

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Lead Acid Replacement Battery 76.8Wh

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
 
 
Cycle life (100% DoD 0.2C): 2000
Parallel connection: Up to 4
Series connection: Up to 4
 
CHARGE
Recommend current (A): 1.2
Max. charge current (A): 3
Charge voltage (V): 14.6
 
DISCHARGE
Recommend current (A): 1.2
Max. continuous current (A): 6
Peak current (A): 12A <5S
Cut-off voltage (V): 10
 
MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS
 
Protection IP rate: IP55
Terminals (+ & -): F2
Cell type: Cylindric
 
TEMPERATURE
 
Discharge (): -20~60
Charge ():  0~45
Storage (): 0~35
 
How to Distinguish Lead Acid Replacement Battery May be Degrading?
 

1. Reduced capacity: As a battery degrades, it will typically lose some of its capacity to store and deliver energy. You may notice that the battery doesn't last as long as it used to, or that it requires more frequent charging.

 

2. Slow charging: If the battery takes longer than usual to charge, or if it doesn't fully charge, this could be a sign of degradation.

 

3. Increased self-discharge: A battery that is degrading may also experience an increase in self-discharge, which means that it loses its charge more quickly when not in use.

 

4. Swelling or bloating: If you notice any swelling or bloating of the battery, this could be a sign of internal damage or degradation.

 

5. Overheating: If the battery becomes hot to the touch during use or charging, this could be a sign that it is degrading and may require replacement.

Contact Details
Minmax Energy Technology Co. Ltd

Contact Person: Lisa Lin

Tel: +86-18926192799

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