AGM Green Cell 12V battery is a buffer- and cyclical model, made of high quality materials. AGM batteries allow you to work in any position - not only vertical. This is possible thanks to the technology used, in which the electrolyte is absorbed by the glass fibre separator. The product has been designed in a way that allows for multi-core discharging and recharging and working in a wide range of temperatures, while maintaining capacity at a high level.
Thanks to maintenance-free operation, AGM Green Cell batteries are easy to use. The technology used leads to a number of advantages, extending the possibilities of their use. The positiveó list includes high resistance to shocks, extreme temperatures, vibrations and the possibility of installation in a wide range of battery position settings. The construction prevents leakage of electrolyte so there is no need to ventilate the rooms and build a battery room where the batteries are installed. In combination with smaller external dimensions and weight, while maintaining the same capacity, it is possible to install a larger capacity battery in a place with limited space.
The AGM VRLA Green Cellbatteries are widely used thanks to the technology used. They are adapted to buffer operation – this means that they constantly draw current from the mains, while in case of a power outage they sustain the operation of the devices connected to it. This feature has popularized their use in UPS backup power systems. In addition, they are also used for systemó in alarm, access control and fire protection systems to ensure their independent operation and to avoid obstructions in the event of a power outage. Thanks to their resistance and low weight, AGM Green Cell 12V batteries are the source of power supply in quads, scooters or other toy vehicles.
|Basic technical parameters|
|Terminal||Faston 250 (F2)|
|Internal resistance||≤25mΩ (at 25°C)|
|Self-unloading||2% per month (at 25°C)|
|Lifespan||over 5 years|
|Gross weight (kg)||3,400|
Yes, this is not a problem, but it is important to make sure that the battery fits inside the device's housing.
No, the battery is designed for this, and this does not affect its lifetime.