Raylite R-solar Rro 40AH 12V Battery

The RR battery range includes a low antimony grid alloys to reduce maintenance. The latest technology high performance plates enable the batteries to withstand frequent and deep charge and discharge cycles. Glass mat backed leaf separators packed tightly between plates avoid deterioration due to vib...
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Last seen price R1 494.00 (05/05/2021)

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Manufacturer

Raylite

Model Number

SSB-R-RS-RRO

The RR battery range includes a low antimony grid alloys to reduce maintenance. The latest technology high performance plates enable the batteries to withstand frequent and deep charge and discharge cycles. Glass mat backed leaf separators packed tightly between plates avoid deterioration due to vibration.
The batteries are charged at a current equivalent to 0.1 times the capacity expressed in Ampere hours (Ah) for a maximum of 15 hours. (12 - 13 hours would normally be sufficient with a constant current charger, but 15 hours may be necessary with a taper charger.) The duration of the recharge will depend on the extent of the discharge that the battery has experienced. As an example the 60 Ah type RR1 battery that has been utilized for 3 hours for lighting a 100W lamp would have consumed 24.9 Ah and therefore must be charged at 5 Ampere for approximately 6 hours.
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The RR battery range includes a low antimony grid alloys to reduce maintenance. The latest technology high performance plates enable the batteries to withstand frequent and deep charge and discharge cycles. Glass mat backed leaf separators packed tightly between plates avoid deterioration due to vibration.
The batteries are charged at a current equivalent to 0.1 times the capacity expressed in Ampere hours (Ah) for a maximum of 15 hours. (12 - 13 hours would normally be sufficient with a constant current charger, but 15 hours may be necessary with a taper charger.) The duration of the recharge will depend on the extent of the discharge that the battery has experienced. As an example the 60 Ah type RR1 battery that has been utilized for 3 hours for lighting a 100W lamp would have consumed 24.9 Ah and therefore must be charged at 5 Ampere for approximately 6 hours.
Please note that stock availability is subject to prior sales. Prices exclude delivery.
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