12V 6AH Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) Battery - T2 Terminals

12V 6AH Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) Battery - T2 Terminals is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 4.
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$19.90
Capacity 6AH
Voltage 12V
Cell(s) 6
Weight (lbs) 4.0000
Chemistry Lead Acid
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Specifications

UPC 639737445008
Chemistry Lead Acid
Voltage 12V
Capacity 6AH
Cell(s) 6
Terminal Type T2
Polarity [+ -]
Internal Resistance 0 mΩ
Charge Procedure Max Charge Current: 2.0A
Charge Voltage: 14.4 to 15.0V
Stand By Voltage: 13.5 to 13.8V
Ambient Temperature Charge 0°C (32°F) to 40°C (104°F)
Discharge -15°C (5°F) to 50°C (122°F)
Storage -15°C (5°F) to 40°C (104°F)
Battery Life Stand By: 3 ~ 5 Years
Cycle Use 100% depth discharge 200 times
80% depth discharge 225 times
50% depth discharge 500 times
Color Black
Length 3.54
Width 2.76
Height 4.21
Weight (lbs) 4.0000

Replaces

RBC-114, HR6-12 T2, HR6-12, HR1224WF2F1, HR1224W, TR6.5-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not up to par as a 6Ah battery. Ok (not great) if it were rated as 5Ah It seems that these batteries need to be cycled a few times to get 5Ah out of them. If you really want 6Ah -- forget it. (this is assuming 20 hour rate for 6Ah so current = 0.3A). My application needs higher current draws (10A or so). I compared this with a Powersonic PS-1250 (5Ah battery), Powersonic PSH-1255 (6Ah), Enersys Datasafe NPX-25 (5Ah) and Yuasa NPX-25 (5Ah). Results show this Chrome battery at the bottom of the bunch. I'll also note that the weight of the battery alone suggests that it is not really 6Ah. It weighs about the same as the PS-1250 and less than all of the others. I am also bothered by the fact that there is no printing on the battery itself aside form the date code and a paper label (which does not identify the battery aside from manufacturer=Chrome Battery. I'll never buy any of your batteries again.
Date published: 2016-02-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from good buy, but some things could improve! I installed a pair of these in a UPS (never deeply discharged) in mid-2015 and by fall 2017 they tested <<4aH capacity, so were recycled. So endurance (~2.5 yrs) I would say was satisfactory, but not superior. I am now installing a second pair of same model 12-6 aH in same UPS. So I'm mostly satisfied with my several Chrome battery purchases, but there is some room for improvement. On arrival, I noticed same sub-standard labeling as before: most SLA batts have a date of manufacture stamped on plastic lid, and are labelled with amp-hour rating, charge recommendation, etc. Nothing on these except '12-6aH' on the paper box they came in. Inspecting the cells' hydration (very simple) ALL cells in both batts were pretty dry -- it took several ml. of distilled water in each cell to get glass mats moist. [My impression is that failures of SLA batteries, especially in constantly warm, charged UPS environment, result from cells drying out. The original pair purchased in 2015, actually came fully hydrated, and were kept so by annual checks.] As before, constant current (C/20 or less) discharge testing showed that they had not been fully 'formatted' (conditioned) at the factory, so had <<4aH capacity on arrival. A few light (to 80% capacity) discharge/recharge cycles improved this considerably -- so probably they will get to rated 6aH with more conditioning. I suspect few users of this product will either check cell hydration or properly pre-condition their batteries to get full rated capacity and lifetime; and in typical UPS application, they may never get properly conditioned to get rated capacity -- which for many users may never even be discovered unless they stress-test their system, or, in fact, be a problem in light duty application.
Date published: 2017-11-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good so far ... 2 12v x 6 aH batts purchased for UPS. Quality seems fine, but labeling is sub-standard; there is absolutely no info on label as to capacity, charge recommendation, etc. As usual, they needed some priming cycles to get anywhere near rated capacity. Long term reliability is obviously the key factor, and I won't know that for a few years!
Date published: 2015-06-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from good product, but some QA issues My experience with several Chrome SLA batteries for the last 3 years is good overall. Company ships fast, product is at least average in quality and well-priced. As previous reviews have noted, there are some things that I'd like to see improved, and I see no response by Chrome to these problems. This order was for 3 12-8 AH SLA batteries for UPS's. Before installing, I always check the cells' hydration -- dry cells will have reduced capacity and expire prematurely. [it's actually easy to peer in to view whether the mat is moist, and IMO cells should be inspected periodically, as they do dry out over time.] All cells of all 3 batts on arrival had dry mat visible, and each cell needed 10+ ml. of distilled water added to achieve proper moist state. Dry cells would be expected to expire prematurely, so Chrome QA should attend to this problem. Second complaint is that Chrome batts continue to have sub-standard labelling. There's a stamp saying 12-8 AH on the box these batts came in, but nothing whatever on the batt itself to indicate its voltage, AH rating, charge recommendation, as is standard. Also, all other SLA's I've bought over the years had a date of manufacture stamped somewhere -- important to show if you're getting fresh product. None of the several Chrome batts I've bought show date of manufacture. Third problem is that, batts from Chrome do not appear to have been fully "conditioned" at the factory. So they need some shallow charge/discharge cycles to get close to rated capacity. If these were put in UPS and not put thru some priming cycles, their real capacity I suspect would remain sub-par forever. If Chrome's supplier is deliberately NOT fully formatting the batts (possibly to improve their shelf-life?), then Chrome's product info, maybe a flyer included in the box, should describe what user needs to do to get rated capacity.
Date published: 2017-11-17
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