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NEW Exide Energystore 6V 830Ah (C100) Flooded Wet Cell Battery - PLEASE REFER DESCRIPTION FOR DELIVERY

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110.00 KGS
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When it comes to Remote Area Power Systems (RAPS), reliability is critical. Power loss in remote areas can be costly and inconvenient. The vulnerable component in RAPS is often the battery. It does not need to be! The Energystore® battery from GNB Industrial has a proven track record in Australian RAPS. It has been performing in remote and harsh areas of Australia for over 15 years. That’s because it is designed in Australia specifically for our unique conditions.

6RP830NX2 Features:

Excellent cycle life; long life and low maintenance; ideally suited for solar, wind, micro-hydro; easy to transport and assemble; large electrolyte reservoir; robust tubular positive plates; non-conducting polyethelene outer tray; optional automated/manual single point watering systems available at extra cost; optional lid for protection from the elements at extra cost.

Please contact us for a freight quote, but as a guide:

  • Pickup in Melbourne or Sydney is available for free
  • Pickup from Bendigo by appointment during normal working hours: $220 inc GST
  • Mainland capital cities except Darwin:  $220 inc GST (requires you to have a forklift available)
  • All other places needs to be quoted specifically on a case by case basis
  • If you do not have a forklift, a tailgate delivery is an additional $110 inc GST
Type   Flooded
Rated Temperature   25 °C
Capacity @ C100 (Ah)   830
Capacity @ C120 (Ah)   910
Capacity @ C24 (Ah)   565
Voltage   6
Number Cycles @ 10% DOD   5000
No. Cycles @ 20% DOD   3300
Number Cycles @ 50% DOD   2500
Number Cycles @ 80% DOD   1500
Weight   110.00
Dimension (mm) LxWxD   472x260x607
Warranty   1 year + 4 years pro rata

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  1. 11 years so far

    Posted by Bob on 31st Jan 2016

    I have had these batteries for 11 years now they are still going a pain to top up each month water