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Power Sonic PS6100-F2 6V 12Amp. Hr. Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) Rechargeable Battery


Power Sonic PS6100-F2 6V 12Amp. Hr. Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) Rechargeable Battery

6.00 LBS
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Product Description

Chemistry: Sealed Lead Acid (SLA)

Voltage: 6V

Capacity: 12Amp

Dimensions: Length 5.95" (151mm) Width 2.00" (51mm) Height 3.70" (94mm)

Terminal Type: F2 ** (Quick disconnect tabs, 0.250” x 0.032”- Mate with AMP. INC. FASTON “250” series)

**Please check your terminal type before ordering.

See F1 and F2 terminal comparison here

Absorbent Glass Mat (AGM) technology for superior performance

Valve regulated, spill proof construction allows safe operation in any position

Power/volume ratio yielding unrivaled energy density

Rugged impact resistant ABS case and cover (UL94-HB)

Approved for transport by air. D.O.T., I.A.T.A., F.A.A. and C.A.B. certified

U.L. recognized under file number MH 20845

Nominal Capacity
20-hr. (600mA to 5.25 volts): 12.00 AH
10-hr. (1.15A to 5.25 volts): 11.50 AH
5-hr. (2.1A to 5.10 volts): 10.50 AH
1-hr. (7.3A to 4.50 volts) : 7.30 AH
15-min. (22.3A to 4.50 volts): 5.58 AH

Approximate Weight: 4.30 lbs. (1.95 kg)

Energy Density (20-hr. rate) : 1.64 W-h/in3 (99.79 W-h/l)

Speci?c Energy (20-hr. rate) : 16.74 W-h/lb (36.91 W-h/kg)

Internal Resistance (approx.) : 10 milliohms

Max Discharge Current (7 Min.) : 36.0 amperes

Max Short-Duration Discharge Current (10 Sec.) : 120.0 amperes

Shelf Life (% of nominal capacity at 68°F (20°C))
1 Month : 97%
3 Months: 91%
6 Months: 83%

Operating Temperature Range
Charge : -4°F (-20°C) to 122°F (50°C)
Discharge : -40°F (-40°C) to 140°F (60°C)

Case : ABS Plastic

Cycle Applications: Limit initial current to 3.6A. Charge until battery voltage (under charge) reaches 7.20 to 7.35 volts at 68°F (20°C). Hold at 7.20 to 7.35 volts until current drops to under 120mA. Battery is fully charged under these conditions, and charger should be disconnected or switched to “float” voltage.

“Float” or “Stand-By” Service: Hold battery across constant voltage source of 6.75 to 6.90 volts continuously. When held at this voltage, the battery will seek its own current level and maintain itself in a fully charged condition.

Note: Due to the self-discharge characteristics of this type of battery, it is imperative that they be charged within 6 months of storage, otherwise permanent loss of capacity might occur as a result of sulfation.

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