LEAD 12V 55AH YPC55-12 YUCEL YUASA BATTERY
Their low maintenance and are designed to control through valves, associated with the use of plates high performance and systems of unique delimiters allow Yu-power batteries to achieve a number of cycles twice as many than conventional batteries of the same type.
Doubling of the number of cycles
Yu-Power allows 500 charge/discharge cycles, or two times more cycles that do conventional batteries for a depth of discharge of 75%.
Battery regulation valves and reduced maintenance.
The battery electrolyte remains confined in the separator and the innovative recombination of gas system to minimize the release of gas, thus relieving the user of maintenance tasks.
Long service life for uses that require a deep discharge.
Plates of containment leak prevention system and the ultramodern unique Yuasa separator system allow to support use with deep discharge which contributes to significantly extend the battery life.
The batteries for a cycling application are often left discharged after use which causes corrosion of plates and a reduction in the duration of battery life. The rate of self-discharge batteries Yu-Power is only 0.1% per day at a temperature of 20 ° C, which allows to extend the storage period authorized.
Standard superior capacity with the same footprint as the cyclic batteries
- Power tools
- Caddies/Golf carts
- Lawn mowers
- Electrically assisted wheelchairs
- Blocks d power
- Lighting instruments and applications
- Portable device
- Solar applications
- Scooters for disabled people
- Mobility aids
- Voltage (V): 12 V
- Capacity (Ah): 55
- Technology: Lead
- Weight (Kg): 17.000
- Length (mm): 229
- Width (mm): 138
- Height (mm): 205
- Type of terminals: Visserie /Bolt type : M6
- Type: Battery
- Model: Original manufacturer
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- By Postal Service
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