|Model||Terminal Type D||Dimensions B Inches (mm)||Weight E Lbs. (kg)||HydroLink or SPWK||Handles|
|SPRE 06 255||16||Length||Width||Height C||67 (30)||SPWK||Embedded|
|10.30 (262)||7.13 (181)||11.74 (298)|
|Voltage||Capacity A Amp-Hours (Ah)||Energy (kWh)|
|Charger Voltage Settings (at 77°F/25°C)|
|Maximum Charge Current (% of C20 Rate)*||13%|
|Maximum Absorption Phase Time (hours)||4|
|Absorption Voltage **||7.35||14.70||29.40||58.80|
|Do not install or charge batteries in a sealed or non-ventilated compartment. Constant under or overcharging will damage the battery and shorten its life as with any battery. *If charging time is limited contact Trojan Technical Support for assistance.
**In cases where controller has a bulk voltage setting, use absorption voltage setting above.
Designed in compliance with applicable
BCI, DIN, BS and IEC standards. Tested in compliance to BCI and IEC standards.
CHARGING TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION STATE OF CHARGE MEASURE OF OPEN-CIRCUIT VOLTAGE
|Percentage Charge||Specific Gravity||Cell||6-Volt|
|0.005 volt per cell for every 1°C below 25°C
0.0028 volt per cell for every 1°F below 77°F
|0.005 volt per cell for every 1°C above 25°C
0.0028 volt per cell for every 1°F above 77°F
|Operating Temperature||Self Discharge|
|-4°F to 113°F (-20°C to +45°C). At temperatures below 32°F (0°C) maintain a state of charge greater than 60%.||5 – 15% per month depending on storage temperature conditions.|
PERCENT CAPACITY VS. TEMPERATURE
DOD VS CYCLE LIFE IN A STATIONARY APPLICATION
SELF DISCHARGE VS. TIME*
|Provide a periodic freshening charge to maintain a SOC greater than the threshold of 70%.|
DIMENSIONS INCHES (MM) - shown with SLT
10.30 (262) LENGTH
|Terminal Height Inches (mm)
Torque Values: in-lb (Nm)
95 -105 (11 - 12)
EXPECTED LIFE VS. TEMPERATURE
|Chemical reactions internal to the battery are driven by voltage and temperature. The higher the battery temperature, the faster chemical reactions will occur. While higher temperatures can provide improved discharge performance the increased rate of chemical reactions will result in a corresponding loss of battery life. As a rule of thumb, for every 10°C increase in temperature the reaction rate doubles. Thus, a month of operation at 35°C is equivalent in battery life to two months at 25°C. Heat is an enemy of all lead acid batteries, FLA, AGM and gel alike and even small increases in temperature will have a major influence on battery life.|
- The amount of amp-hours (Ah) a battery can deliver when discharged at a constant rate at 86°F (30°C) and maintain a voltage above
1.75 V/cell. Capacities are based on peak performance.
- Dimensions may vary depending on type of handle or terminal. Batteries should be mounted with 0.5 inches (12.7 mm) spacing minimum.