UPS Batteries Have Many Uses-12 Volt 12 Amp are very popular

UPS Batteries Have Many Uses

UPS Batteries Have Many Uses; 12 volt 12 amp in most backup batteries supply systems ?

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I would not be exaggerating to say that that the 12 volts 12 amp UPS  (uninterrupted power supply) battery will be found in most large offices around the World. The most common

 

usage for this one is as a backup supply source of power in the event of a mains power supply failure. When the mains go down then the 12 volts 12 amp battery bank kicks in and allows the computers to carry out a proper shutdown, saving very valuable data from being destroyed. The UPS battery will be used in very large banks of backup systems .

These UPS Batteries Have Many Uses including, backup systems will usually come within a surge circuitry and also have a built in filter this will protect the circuits and the computer from power surges, these surges are known as transients, spikes and surges and can destroy and even delete data as well as damaging the computer equipment. One of the commonest forms of power surges is lightening, even if an adjacent building is struck then a surge can occur and damage an unprotected computer system, but thanks to the 12 volts 12 amp battery then this will be protected.

For further reading…

“Even entry-level battery backups provide visual and audible alarms based on various states of alert. They also include automatic shutdown software that controls the connected microcomputer via USB port so that if the user happens to be away from the computer when the power fails, the system takes over and initiates safe shutdown procedures before they drain”… http://battery-backup-review.toptenreviews.com/what-exactly-is-a-computer-battery-backup-and-which-one-is-best-.html.

 12 volt 12 amp batteries also fit many mobility scooters

This 12 volts 12 amp is also now used to power some smaller mobility scooters. As a result, it takes 2 these 12 volts 12 amps to make a 24-volt system . UPS Batteries Have Many Uses and here is some very important information about the care of your 12 volts 12 amps when they are not in use and during the winter months from an excellent website called www.easymedonline.com…

 Always store your batteries FULLY CHARGED.

– Check all batteries once a month and recharge as needed.
– Wet ones can hold their charge up to 3 months.
– Sealed ones can hold a charge for up to 6 months.
– When storing a chair or scooter for more than 2 weeks, charge them and then disconnect them.
– Avoid hot and cold extremes when storing.

What is the proper way to store batteries for the Winter?

A: Store them fully charged. Check them once a month and recharge as needed. Sealed ones can hold their charge from 6 to 12 months. Remember, if storing your chair for longer than a couple of weeks, it’s best to charge them up  and then disconnect them”…http://www.easymedonline.com/more/batteries.html

 by Eric Roberts 

 

Car Battery Handling-Take Care when you handle your “CAR BATTERIES”

Post Updated 23rd Dec 2013

Take care when Car Battery Handling

Let me first say that in 40 years of selling car batteries to the public both in my garage environment and now we sellbatteries online, I have never (touch wood) seen a single accident apart from the holes that appear in my staffs work wear. Long ago we did not wear any protective clothing when filling and charging batteries, although we were aware of the problems that could have occurred.Please do not smoke or have any naked flames anything near when Car Battery Handling, this because Leisure Batteries give off a gas

These days with the advent of “health and safety”we take all precautions to protect our staff and I feel that I should point out a few things when Car Battery Handling. We wear full protective gowns with gloves and goggles whenever we are charging batteries and train all the staff in the procedures and first aid, this is important to us because we handle thousands of batteries a year.

Most people who have a12 Volt Battery delivered will first of all receive the new battery in a well packed box packed with some kind of protective filling we at batteriesontheweb use polystyrene and shredded paper for this purpose ,(after a few years of experimenting we find that this is the best medium to use).

When the battery is unpacked you will find that it is protected with a polythene bag, sometimes when the weather is cold the plastic bag can be slightly wet this is only condensation and the battery will be fine after a wipe down with a damp old piece of cloth, just remove the bag carefully and check if the battery is the one you ordered.

Please do not smoke or have any naked flames anything near when Car Battery Handling, this because Leisure Batteries give off a gas that is explosive and dangerous. When Car Battery Handling I would recommend that the unpacking is done outside or in your garage, if you must unpack in the house please put something down (old newspapers should be fine) to lift the battery onto the paper to protect your furnishings from any dried acid on the battery, lead acid will destroy clothing and furnishings and could burn the skin,(if possible wear latex gloves when handling) and certainly wash your hands thoroughly after handling. All these things are common sense just remember that the batteries need handling with care, please do not be alarmed by this advise as it is just common sense and as I have said earlier.

Car Battery Handling  can be very heavy ? Test the weight before you attempt

To lift.

Even the smaller car batteries are really heavy to lift, please use your common sense, we at batteriesontheweb handle hundreds of batteries a day and by using common sense and following simple rules get by without injury to our staff. We are now stockists of  Trojan batteries click on the link bellow for your battery size references. We sell cheap batteries, online car batteries.

About Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and tyre industry now for 40 years. I worked for a couple of national tyre companies before starting my first business. I now own a company here in the UK called Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre, and I am a keen blogger about anything to do with cars and their related products that will help my business.