Yuasa NP7-12, 12v 7Ah Sealed Lead Acid / VALVE REGULATED LEAD ACID Battery
Dimensions : 151mm Long X 65mm Wide X 97.5mm High (Over Terminals).
Terminals : 4.8mm / 0.187" Wide Male Spade Connection
Battery Type: Standby battery
Design life : 3 - 5 Year design life when used in standby applications.
Commonly used in Alarm Systems, Emergency Lighting, Ride on Toys, Torches, UPS systems and other electrical systems
Can be used to replace: Y7-12, NP7-12, NPG7-12, NP7-12FR,NP6-12,NP6-12,ES7.2-12, GP1270,GP1270, ES7-12, A312/5.7S, F312/7.0S, A512/6.5S, 591-944, 595-069, PS1270, PS1272, LCR12V6.5BP, LCP126R5P(a),LCR12V7.2P, PCP127R2P(a), HP6.5-12, RBC2, RBC5, ES6.5-12, ES7-12, PE12007, FG20651, FG20721, WP6.5-12, HPS-1265, WP7-12, PM12-7, GP1270.
YUASA NP7-12 is used primarily in Fire alarms & Scurity Alarm pannels, but can br used in numerous other applications inc. UPS, Emergency lighting, Stairlifts etc.
Yuasa NP7-12 batteries utilize Yuasa’s unique electrolyte suspension system incorporating a microfine glass mat to retain the maximum amount of electrolyte in the cells. The electrolyte is retained in the separator material and there is no free electrolyte to escape from the cells. No gels or other contaminants are added. The combination of sealed construction and Yuasa’s unique electrolyte suspension system allows operation in any orientation, with no loss of performance or fear of electrolyte leakage. (Excluding continuous use inverted)
Yuasa NP7-12 batteries are equipped with a simple, safe low pressure venting system which releases excess gas and automatically reseals should there be a build up of gas within the battery due to severe overcharge. Note. On no account should the battery be charged in a sealed container.
The heavy duty lead calcium alloy grids provide an extra margin of performance and life in both cyclic and float applications and give unparalleled recovery from deep discharge
Charged at 2.275 volts per cell continuous. The battery will seek its own current level and float fully charged. However, users should be aware that when charging from fully discharged, the battery can draw an initial charge current of approximately 2cA. Care should therefore be taken to ensure that this initial charge current (if ungoverned) is within the output capability of the equipment. Final charge current at 2.275 volts per cell is typically between 0.0005cA to 0.004cA.
- Do not Short Circuit
- Do not charge in a sealed container
- Service life and operational characteristics will be affected by temperature
- AC Ripple reduces service life.