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AC12-250 Battery (12V250Ah)
AC12-250 Battery (12V250Ah)
AC12-250 Battery (12V250Ah)
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AC12-250 Battery (12V250Ah)

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Remco AC12-250 is an AGM battery with 10 years design life in float service. It is specifically designed for frequent discharge use. It is suitable for solar systems, golf carts, electric wheelchairs, etc.

Basic Battery Management Info

When comparing batteries, look at the weight of the battery, heavy batteries will last longer and be more reliable, also make sure that you compare Amp/hr rates @ C10 on all batteries.
  • Maintenance free AGM Battery
  • No fumes or smells due to the sealed nature of the battery
  • No need to maintain water levels
  • Batteries can be mounted sideways if required
Technical Information
  • Size: 520 x 275 x 240 mm (LxWxH)
  • Cells Per Unit: 6
  • Voltage Per Unit: 12
  • Capacity: 250Ah@10hr-rate to 262Ah@20hr-rate
  • Weight Approx: 78kg
  • Charge: 0ºC~50ºC
  • Storage: -20ºC~60ºC
  • Normal Operating Temp. Range 25ºC 5ºC
  • Float Charging Voltage 13.6 to 13.8VDC/unit Average at 25ºC
  • Recommended Maximum Charging Current Limit 54A
  • Equalization and Cycle Service 14.6 to 14.8 VDC/unit
  • Average at 25ºC Self-Discharge
  • Synergy AC Series batteries can be stored for up to 6 months at 25ºC.
  • Self-discharge ratio less than 3% per month at 25ºC.
  • Please charge batteries before using them
  • Terminal F12/F16
  • Container Material A.B.S. (UL94-HB),UL94-V0 Optional
  • 1 Year Factory Warranty
Minimum Requirements:
  • A charge system that maintains the battery at 100 % on a daily basis.
  • Battery voltage at rest should not drop below 12.5 volt on a regular basis.
  • When used in conjunction with one of our fridges, the solar system should be able to produce about 36 Amp/hrs per day even on a dull day. However, if this cannot be achieved then alternative charge methods should be put in place.