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Ultracell UCG55-12 Deep Cycle Gel 12V 55Ah Lead acid

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EAN / GTIN  7417940526409
Weight - g  18000
Brand  Ultracell
Model  UCG55-12
Voltage  12V
Battery chemistry  Pb
Capacity - Ah 55.00
Lead battery application  Deep cycle
Terminal type  F9
Length - mm 229.00
Width - mm 138.00
Height - mm 210.00

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€119.95 (€ 99,13 without VAT)

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Waterproof gel cycle deep cycle 55 Ah 12 V Ultra Cell solar energy

This deep cycle gel battery is a nice addition to a maintenance free system or environmental regulations ensure tidy use.
Thanks to their robust design, these gel batteries are ideal for use in health and safety environments such as schools, hospitals, airports and office buildings.
The low cycle gel batteries are resistant to low temperatures, shock and vibration resistant and have a low internal resistance for more discharge current and higher charging efficiency.

Main applications:
EPS and USV system.
Solar energy systems
Reserve power supply.
Energy supply device:
Fire and theft protection.
Technical data:

Operating Temperature Range: Discharge: -20 ~ 55 ° C (-4 ~ 131 ° F); Charge: 0 ~ 40 ° C (32 ~ 104 ° F); Storage: -20 ~ 50 ° C (-4 ~ 122 ° F).
NominalOperating Temperature Range: 25 ± 3 ° C (77 ± 5 ° F)
Cycleuse: Voltage 14.4 V ~ 15.0 Vat 25 ° C (77 ° F) Temp.Coefficient -30 mv / ° C
Standby Use: NolimionInitialCharging Current Voltage 13.5V ~ 13.8 Vat 25 ° C (77 ° F) Temp.Coefficient -20 mv / ° C
Capacity: 40 ° C (104 ° F): 103.00%; 25 ° C (77 ° F): 100.00%; 0 ° C (32 ° F): 86.00%.
Design Floating Life at 20 ° C: 10 years.

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Note:

Do not discharge batteries deeply. The emptier they get, the faster they deteriorate. Preferably charge 6v batteries before they drop below 6V and 12V before they drop below 12V. Deep cycles can be discharged a little further, 5.8V and 11.6V. Recharge a battery as soon as possible if it starts to become noticeably less full.

Store batteries full.

If they are not used for a longer period of time, disconnect at least one pole from the battery so that they do not discharge through the device and recharge them after half a year and charge them before use.