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Super B 32E Energy Series Battery

£895.00  Excl VAT

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Super B 32E Energy Series Battery Features (SB12V32E-SC)


Technical specifications
Nominal capacity and voltage 25.6 Ah, 13.2 V
EqPb (Equals lead acid battery) 70 to 100Ah
Recommended standard charge method 25A to 14.4 CCCV, 45 min
Recommended fast charge current 80A to 14.4 CCCV, 15 min
Maximum continuous discharge 96A
Pulse discharge 224A
Recommended charge and cut-off V at 25°C 14.4V to 8V
Recommended charge and cut-off V below 0°C 15.2V to 2V
Operating temperature range -22°F to +140°F / -30°C to +60°C
Storage temperature range -58°F to +140°F / -50°C to +60°C
Battery weight 9.5 lb / 4.3 kg
Dimensions 4.7 inch, 12.2 inch, 3.2 inch (WxHxD)
120mm x 310mm x 82mm (WxHxD)
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Lightweight Lithium Ion energy battery, 9.5 lb / 4.3 kg kilogram.

This newly developed battery is designed to replace the much heavier 70 to 100 Ah lead/acid battery.

The super B 32E is based on the safe Lithium Iron Phosphate technology (LiFePO4), better known as Lithium Ion.

The super B 32E offers many advantages over conventional 70 to 100 Ah lead/acid batteries:

•weighs less: as much as 80% weight saving; < 9.5 lb / 4.3 kg
•recharges many times faster: within 5 minutes after starting your engine the battery will be recharged;
•is much smaller: 1/3 or less of the space; 4.7 inch, 12.2 inch, 3.2 inch (WxHxD) / 120mm x 310mm x 82mm (WxHxD);
•has a longer service life: more than 5 years instead of 2 to 3 years;
•has a low self-discharge rate.

Warranty Information
2 year limited factory warranty.



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