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OVERVIEW

Overview

Panasonic sealed lead-acid battery (SLA battery) have been on the market for more than 30 years. The SLA battery is a rechargeable battery which requires no watering. Adopting lead-tin-calcium alloy as the grid alloy, it has outstanding characteristics against severe use conditions such as overcharge, overdischarge, vibration, shock and also for various storage conditions. Our accumulation of

technologies has enabled us to respond to market requirements promptly by developing batteries such as trickle/cycle long life type and improving charging capabilities to allow for quick charging in 1 to 2 hours. The SLA battery covers a broad range of applications including, electric tools, UPS, and three and four wheel electric wheel chairs for the elderly.

Battery Types and model numbers

For main power source

Cycle long life type .....................LC-XC Built-in thermostat type ...............LC-S

For main and standby power source

Expected trickle life 3-5(approx. 5) years..LC-R, L Expected trickle life approx. 6(10) years...LC-R,T

For standby power source

Expected trickle life 3-5 (approx.5) years...UP-RW Standard case

LC X

Expected trickle life approx. 6(10) years

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Flame-retardant case ..LC-P

Expected trickle life: Up to 50% of initial capacity under the following conditions: Temperature: 25˚C (20˚C) Discharge current: 0.25CA Discharge ending voltage: 5.25V for 6V battery, 10.5V for 12V battery Charge voltage: 6.85V for 6V battery, 13.7V for 12V battery

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    For more details regarding MSE batteries, please refer to the separate technical handbook of “MSE Batteries.” For more details regarding Super MSE

batteries, please see “Super MSE Batteries” page in our “Short Form Catalog.”

Sealed Lead-Acid Handbook, Page 12

January 2000

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