Sealed Lead Acid Battery, 4.0Ah, 12VDC, Faston, 4-1/4" Height - Batteries
- Item # 2UKJ1
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 2UKJ1
- Catalog Page # 535
- UNSPSC # 26111701
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- Battery Design AGM
- Voltage - Batteries 12VDC
- Capacity - Batteries 4.0Ah
- Terminal Type - Batteries Faston
- Height 4.00"
- Width 3.54"
- Depth 2.76"
- Housing Material - Batteries ABS
- Battery Cycle Type Deep Cycle
- Terminal Location Top
- Application Consumer Electronics, Electric Vehicles,Golf Carts, Hunting, Lawn and Garden, Medical Mobility,Motorcycles, Powersports, Portable Tools, Solar, Toys, Emergency Lighting, Security and More
- For Use With All Purpose
- Recharge Time 12 to 16 hr.
- Battery Chemistry Lead Acid
- Rechargeable Up To 5 yr.
- Weight 2.82 lb.
- Max. Operating Temp. 104 Degrees F
- Min. Operating Temp. 5 Degrees F
- Standards UR
- Item Sealed Lead Acid Battery
- Terminal Connection - Batteries 0.187" Faston
- Color Black
- Overall Height 4.25"
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Hazardous material - General
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