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Sealed lead acid batteries in the storage of Carmel hospital

Sealed lead acid batteries in the storage of Carmel hospital

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Why on some of them, are written don't use in automotive or electrical vehicle?

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Jul 24, 2019 at 02:43 AM Author: LampLover
I think it is because those faston (F1/T1 or F2/T2 quick connects) are not rated for the high current draw of a starter motor or DC electric vehicle motor. The nut & bolt terminal style is more suited for the higher current draw of an electric vehicle or starter motor.

Here is a guide to most of the common terminal type for a Sealed Lead Acid battery

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Jul 27, 2019 at 10:24 PM Author: SeberHusky
Also the vibration will pull the cables off the terminals too. Regardless, you will see a lot of cheap china-made mopeds and kids scooters use these batteries with the same connectors.

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Jul 28, 2019 at 09:57 AM Author: LampLover

Also the vibration will pull the cables off the terminals too. Regardless, you will see a lot of cheap china-made mopeds and kids scooters use these batteries with the same connectors.


Thanks I totally forgot about the vibration aspect.

I know about the China made scooters and mopeds as I was given a Razor kids scooter with a bad motor and the batteries were two off the shelf 12V 5AH (in series for 24V) batteries, the wires were just soldered to the terminals though and to make it worse those batteries used the smaller F1/T1 terminals.

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