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The UB12350-I2 Universal Battery (threaded terminal) and UB12350-L1 (nut & bolt terminal) battery are most often used in a series connection to create what looks like a 24v battery. Evan though the physical case size of these two batteries are the same, the internal threaded terminal has its advantage over the vertical nut and bolt terminal in that it reduces the overall height. In many applications either can be used. According to the Battery Council International standardized ratings (BCI group rating), this physical size of battery is often referred to as a "Group U1" sealed lead acid or SLA battery and is used in hundreds of applications with the #1 use being mobility scooters and electric wheelchairs. The second most popular application is in UPS backup systems.
Typically this sealed UB12350 battery is designed for deep cycle applications including UPS backups and scooters. There are wet, non-sealed versions that are often used in automotive type applications such as riding lawn mowers. This 12v 35Ah battery comes with a full 1 year full replacement warranty.
This battery replaces the Interstate Power Patrol SLA1156 medical equipment battery.
|Dimensions (LxWxH - inches)||7.68 x 5.16 x 6.14|
|Dimensions (LxWxH - metric)||195 x 131 x 156|
|Chemistry||AGM (Sealed Lead Acid)|
|Warranty||1 Yr Replacement|
---the truth about the Bruno Cub 30 and cub 32 is the battery size is 12 volts and 28 to 32 amps max. if you go beyond this amount of amps you run the risk of frying the wiring. ---
[added by Impact Battery...Sadly, the preceding statement is NOT true. Increasing voltage is what can "fry" components or increasing the rate of charge measured in amps (A) will generate excessive heat damage. Increasing the ampere hour (AH) in a battery will not harm anything. It is simply a reservoir of reserve capacity available for use. Completely passive and totally harmless.] (Posted on 6/28/2013)
good (Posted on 11/13/2012)
These batteries are awesome! They arrived with in 3 days and the first time I used them I drove all over the place for about three or four hours and the meter on my wheelchair never moved off of "full charge". That was thru deep grass up long steep hills and then thru a lot of sand and then back home. I've only had the batteries for about 2 weeks, so I will be following up with another review after a month or two.
Thanks, Iceman (Posted on 9/11/2012)