ExpertPower EXP12180 12 Volt 18 Ah Rechargeable Battery with Nuts and Bolts
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- Genuine ExpertPower Battery - The Most Trusted And Highest Reviewed Sealed Lead Acid Batteries On Amazon
- Battery Type - 12 Volt 18 Amp 20 Hour Sealed Lead Acid Battery With nuts and bolts
- Rugged Construction - The High Impact Resistant Battery Case Is Made Up Of A Non-Conductive ABS Plastic. This Material Has a Strong Resistance To Shock, Vibration, Chemicals and Heat.
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Description for ExpertPower EXP12180 12 Volt 18 Ah Rechargeable Battery with Nuts and Bolts
ExpertPower Sealed Lead Acid Batteries are made with the highest quality of materials available. Our Lead Acid Batteries are typically used for: Home Alarm Systems, Uninterruptible Power Supply(UPS), Lighting Equipment, General Electronics, Home Security Systems, Emergency Systems, Medical Devices, Electric Scooters, Solar Collectors, Wheelchairs and many Other Applications. Whether it's the SECURITY of your home, the MOBILITY of your machine, or even just a personal HOBBY, be sure to use the most efficient batteries available.
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was unable to get a full refund. I bought a amp hour tester to make sure the batteries would pass the fire inspectors tart. These didn't but the supplier gave me a song and dance. Unless you don't actually need the the amp hour rating on the batteries then stay away from these.
When I plugged them all up, what do you know! Boom! The unit turned on and tested 100%. Absolutely noting wrong with it, and these batteries charged up nice.
BTW: If you have an older SmartUPS, the kind with just LED's and no display, you most likely will have to reset the "battery constant" when replacing batteries. There are multiple ways to do it, but by far the easiest is a program called APCFIX by a Russian gentleman. Just google it. It works wonders and allows you to set/reset a ton of variables and setting via the serial port so your runtime estimates will be correct.