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UPS Replacement Batteries
BatteryPlex is your source for UPS replacement batteries. BatteryPlex supplies over 3,000 replacement
batteries for all brands of UPS systems at discount prices. Some of the UPS systems are
APC UPS backup,
Tripp Lite plus much more.
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General information about UPS AGM Sealed Lead Acid Batteries:
UPS Battery Life
Your UPS battery will last 1-10 years depending on usage, temperature and rate of charge. This is because UPS batteries
are electro-chemical devices whose ability to store and deliver power slowly decreases over time. This is also known as
battery sulphation. BatteryPlex recommends you follow all factory guidelines for proper storage temperature and
maintenance. However, you will still need to replace them after many months or years in service.
The rated output capacity of a battery is based on an ambient temperature of 25C (77F). It is important to
understand that any variation from this operating temperature can change the performance of the battery,
and shorten its expected life. High temperature reduces the battery life greatly.
UPS Battery Capacity
UPS battery capacity is determined by the battery's ability to convert chemical energy into electrical current
at a specified rate for a specified amount of time.
During a utility power failure (power outage or blackout), your UPS operates on battery power. Once electric
- utility power is restored, the battery will be recharged by your UPS. This cycle is referred as the discharge cycle.
Maintenance and Service
Maintenance and service of the batteries is important. The shortage of battery life can be monitored by
checking the battery voltage or by load testing and checking to be sure the connections are snug. This is good
to do as part of your periodic maintenance program.
UPS Battery Disposal
It is important that your service technicians adhere to EPA guidelines for the disposal of all UPS batteries.
Remember, it is the owner's responsibility (and liability) to make sure these guidelines are followed. Do not
dispose of batteries by putting in trash. See link below to view recycling instructions: