|Item Weight||25.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.2 x 6 x 6.8 inches|
|Item model number||SP12-18HR|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SP12-18HR|
|Special Features||Includes 2 batteries (no wire harness).|
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- GENUINE SigmasTek Battery - The Best Choice for High Quality Replacement Sealed Lead Acid Battery
- Replacement Battery for 6FMH18, BP17-12, HR1290W, RT12200, SWE12200 and YT-12200.
- Mfr Part Number: SP12-18HR (12 Volt 18 AmpH)
- Guaranteed compatibility with OEM battery
- 1 Year Warranty
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These are replacement batteries for RBC7, 6FMH18, BP17-12, HR1290W, RT12200, SWE12200 and YT-12200. We supply only brand new, factory fresh, high quality batteries. We guarantee the best price and 100% compatibility with your APC RBC7 model. You must use the existing cables and hardware to connect your replacement ups batteries. The replacement sla batteries also include a minimum of one year warranty.
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It's a simple process to setup the batteries...place them so the connectors are in the middle (one positive will be next to the other's negative). Pop the terminal covers off your original battery (held on by 4 pieces of double-sided foam tape). If you have double-sided foam tape that can be used to tie the batteries together, but you have be accurate...and easier method is to hook up the fusible link and then simply run a piece of packing tap across to top width-wise and then a couple pieces around the sides and bottom....make a 3" tape flap at the fuse end so you can pull the battery out next time. Connect the power leads (make sure positive and negative are correct)...pop the two terminal covers back on and as you have it about ready to slide in connect the plug inside the UPS to the new battery....pop it in and you are back in business after a couple screws and putting the cover back on.
With Smart UPS 1500's and IBM 2130R5X/UPS1500TLV's these can be done without turning off the UPS and without having to power down any connected devices (hot-swapable).
Even with my genuine RBC7, I am lucky to get 2 years out of a battery set as I am coastal and the power flucuates constantly turning the day. If I get more than a year out of these, I am still ahead. They come in a sealed factory box as well, some vendors ship used batteries that are almost impossible to tell from new (other than getting much less life) or batteries that have been sitting on a shelf for a year+ which also will have shorter lives.
I used these batteries in an APC UPS SU1400BX120, which kept emitting an alarm every 6 hours or so because the batteries reached end of life.
It's been my tried and true APC for my home theater. Everything is plugged into it; Plasma, TiVo, PS3, 360, Apple TV and 3D Bluray player. I don't trust the power out in the sticks. Too many fluctuations. Surge protectors are great, but I'm a belt and suspenders guy, so a UPS it is.
I did not receive instructions on how to transfer the hardware over from the old battery to the new, but there are many sets of instructions online, and honestly it's pretty self-explanatory if you have any electrical background.
Time will tell if these batteries hold up as the should, but I am optimistic.
Update in May 2016: These batteries lasted me 3+ years finally giving up in March of 2016 after being ordered in January 2013. Although I can't [yet] speak to the quality of the _current batteries_, I definitely felt like I got my monies worth from these and will be reordering.
UPDATE 3 years, 10 months later, and my UPS is telling me to replace batteries. I guess I am in for another set!
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Ask me again in 5 years.