Monthly Archives: March 2013

  1. Batteries 101: Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) Batteries

    Batteries 101: Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) Batteries

    Lead acid batteries are generally the simplest, most economical, and most rugged type of rechargeable battery compared to other commonly available types, and are therefore an excellent choice for the power source of an electric bike. The “lead acid” type of battery technology has been around for hundreds of years and there are many mass

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  2. Difference Between F1 & F2 Terminal Types on Batteries

    Difference Between F1 & F2 Terminal Types on Batteries

    Batteries come in all shapes and sizes. So do the battery terminals, mainly in Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) Batteries. These batteries are used in medical mobility wheelchairs, uninterrupted power systems (UPS), ride on toys for kids, razor scooters, and more. The SLA batteries commonly use the faston tabs as the terminal type. The F1 (T1)

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