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Battery Internal Resistance & Short Circuit Current

Battery Internal Resistance & Short Circuit Current
04/01/2017

Battery resistance and short circuit current are figures published by VRLA battery manufacturers such as Fiamm, Yuasa, Exide, Enersys and Haze which describe technical characteristics of battery products. These can be used to interpret the ‘health’ of a battery system and give indications of any possible issues that may be in place.

We look at how these figures are calculated and discuss practical uses for the information provided. Technical analysis is essential for battery maintenance and a good understanding of data is invaluable for battery system issue diagnosis.

Blue Box Batteries are committed to providing the best possible technical support to our clients, please do not hesitate to contact us for any assistance you may require.

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