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An explanation of lead acid battery power ratings

An explanation of lead acid battery power ratings
31/01/2015

Most small sealed lead acid (SLA) and valve regulated lead acid (VRLA) are rated by ‘Ah’, but what does this rating mean and how is it calculated?

The latest blog article from Blue Box Batteries explains this rating and how it is used, together with additional considerations that need to be made to ensure correct comparison of industrial lead acid battery types.

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