NPP 12V 5 Amp NP12 5Ah Rechargeable Sealed Lead Acid Battery F1 Terminals
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- CERTIFICATION - ISO9001, ISO14001, CE, and UL Certified
- BATTERY TYPE - 12V 5 Amp NP12 5Ah Rechargeable Sealed Lead Acid Battery F1 Terminals
- APPLICATION - Alarm System, Emergency Lighting System, Firefighting Equipment, Standby Power Supply and Telephone Switching System, Uninterrupted Power Supply, Telecommunication System, Computer Standby Power Supply System, Etc....
- RUGGED DESIGN - The battery case is made from a Non-Conductive ABS plastic, Strong Resistance to Shock, Vibration, Chemicals, Weather and Heat. Very easy to install and requires no maintenance.
- WARRANTY - At NPP, each battery has been strictly quality controlled. Each NPP battery will come with an one year warranty. So you can purchase with confident.
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NPP Lead Acid Batteries Are Made With High Quality Materials. For Alarm System, Emergency Lighting System, Firefighting Equipment, Standby Power Supply and Telephone Switching System, Uninterrupted Power Supply, Telecommunication System, Computer Standby Power Supply System, Etc.
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Learned this past winter: we lost power a few times, each instance for hours to days. That killed the previous battery, which is now hooked up to the generator - had overlooked that before. If you lose power for more than a couple of hours I recommend unplugging it (if no generator, of course), because it will lose full charge fairly quickly anyway. Once it does drain it won't recover, so you'll be back here. Luckily at this price point its not too big a deal.