30 May 2018

High-reliability lead acid batteries from JPR Electronics

Rechargeable batteries from Yuasa, one of the largest manufacturers of valve-regulated lead acid batteries, are available from stock at specialist distributor JPR Electronics Applications for Yuasa batteries include security, CCTV, fire protection, emergency lighting, telecoms, UPS and golf buggies and mobility scooters.

The NP series rechargeable sealed lead acid battery series offers maintenance-free 6V and 12V versions in a range of capacities from 1.2 to 38 ampere-hours (Ah). Yuasa’s special construction prevents any leakage of electrolyte from the case or terminals and the batteries provide high energy density, long and reliable service life up to 5 years in standby mode and cyclic use of 180-200 cycles.

Key features include excellent performance in either float or cyclic use, up to 1200 charge/discharge cycles, excellent recovery from deep discharge. Connection is via tab terminals up to 12Ah and bolt terminals for higher power batteries.

The Yuasa Yucel range of valve regulated SLA batteries provide a reliable and long-life source of power for in electronic products and systems and standby applications. The battery range is available in 6 and 12V options with capacities from 1.2 to 38Ah.

Paul Raynor, Director of JPR Electronics, comments, “Yuasa are the market-leading manufacturer of sealed lead-acid batteries and have global reputation for high quality, high reliability power sources ensuring standby power is always available for critical systems.”

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