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Casil 12V 18AH Battery Sealed Lead Acid Rechargeable SLA AGM Bat

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Casil 12V 18AH Battery Sealed Lead Acid Rechargeable SLA AGM Bat

Product description

Casil 12V 18AH Battery Sealed Lead Acid Rechargeable SLA AGM Batteries Replaces FM12180, 6fm18, 6-fm-18 :

Replaces – MKB ES17 SC53B4489GS HD SC53HDSC54HD 193043GS CB19-12 NP18-12 51814 6FM17 6-DZM-20 6-FM-18 10483 104837 6FM18 6-FM-18 EXP12180 EXP12180

-Weize FP12180 12v 18ah
-Universal Power Group UB12180 12v 18ah
-Powersonic PS-12180 12v 18ah
- EXP12180 12v 18ah
-Mighty May ML18-12

Our "CASIL" maintenance-free lead-acid batteries are maintenance free, eco-friendly and have low internal resistance. The batteries are widely applied to emergency lamps, portable lamps, electric scooters, electronic instruments, UPS systems, GPS systems, etc.

Scope of Application:

◎ Float Charging ◎ Burglar / Fire Alarms ◎ Solar Power Equipment ◎ Emergency Lights ◎ Office Equipment ◎ Telecommunications Systems ◎ Computer ◎ Currency Detectors ◎ Uninterruptible Power Supply

Specifications:

Voltage: 12 Volt
Amperage: 18 AH
Chemistry: SLA, AGM
Terminal: Nut amp; Bolt
Battery Dimensions: 7.13 in x 3.03 in x 6.57 in
Package Weight: 11.5 Lbs
Warranty: 1 Year Prorated
Package included: 1 x Battery (Screws included, but Not included wire harness or mounting )

Casil 12V 18AH Battery Sealed Lead Acid Rechargeable SLA AGM Bat

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