VRLA Battery 12V 26AH | Dimension: 166x175x126x126mm
GRANKIA FG26-12 lead acid 26ah 12v agm battery for mobility scooter allows increased efficiency in discharging and recharging. It has poor low temperature performance and therefore requires a thermal management system.
The lead acid 26ah 12v agm battery offers excellent performance in a wide range of applications including security and fire systems, medical devices, emergency lighting and UPS systems.
It is an Absorbent Glass Mat (AGM) technology that is a sealed lead-acid battery type. In AGM 12V battery types, the lead plates sit between fiberglass saturated electrolyte mats. This allows increased efficiency in discharging and recharging.
Yes for the most part an AGM is a drop in replacement for your standard Lead Acid Battery. The charging voltages are almost identical.
AGM batteries do require a “special charger” in that the charger must not charge in excess of 15.3 volts. Many less expensive chargers can and will over charge a battery delivering in excess of 17 volts. AGM batteries use a self closing valve to deal with expansion.
|Nominal Voltage||12V(6 cells per unit)|
|Design Floating Life @25℃||10 Years|
|Nominal Capacity @25℃(10 hour email@example.comA,10.80V)||26Ah|
|Capacity @25℃||20 hour rate (1.39A,10.5V)||27.8Ah|
|5 hour rate (4.60A,10.5V)||23.0Ah|
|1 hour rate (16.6A,9.6V)||16.6Ah|
|Internal Resistance||Full Charged Battery@25℃||≤12.5mΩ|
|Max. Discharge Current@25℃||260A(5s)|
|Capacity affected by Temperature
(10 hr Capacity )
|Self-Discharge@25℃ per Month||3%|
|Charge (Constant Voltage) @25℃||Standby Use||Initial Charging Current Less than 6.5A
|Cycle Use||Initial Charging Current Less than 6.5A
Discharge Constant Current per Cell (Amperes at 25°C)
Discharge Constant Power per Cell (Watts at 25°C)