Two pack of our most popular SLA replacement batteries. Replaces UB1280 and many other applications. Built Dakota tough, this is a battery will last up to 5 times longer than your typical SLA battery while providing twice the power at half the weight.
Available on backorder
World beating, best in class, eleven year manufacturer defect warranty.
5.94"x 2.55"x 3.74" (151x65x95mm). Replaces UB1280 battery and many others.
2lbs 2oz (1.30Kg). That's 60% lighter then a SLA battery.
14 ampere hours (Each battery is 7ah). Dakota Lithium batteries provide consistent power for all 14 amp hours. DL LiFePO4 batteries have a flat voltage curve, which means they have a steady power output as the battery discharges. The power output will not dramatically drop like similar sized SLA batteries. You get all the juice down to the last drop.
Up to 80% capacity for 2,000 cycles in recommended conditions. The typical SLA has 500 cycles. Dakota Lithium batteries last so long that the price per use is a fraction of traditional batteries.
Ideal for rugged & harsh environments. Much better than SLA or other lithium’s. -20'F min, +120'F max optimal discharging temps. Charging 32'F to 120'F.
Standard F2 terminals (6.35mm or 0.25" wide)
10 A max continuous, 50 A max 300 mS pulse. 9.0 V max discharge, 11.0 V max recommended discharge. For longest lifetime recommended discharge rate 1-5 Amps. The flat discharge voltage curve provides a 75% bigger capacity then a SLA 10Ah battery.
10 A max, 14 V max recommended, 15 V max. Please note: this battery should be charged using a LiFePO4 compatible charger. A SLA charger may work, but will reduce performance and lifespan of the battery.
Contains a circuit that handles cell balancing, low voltage cutoff, high voltage cutoff, short circuit protection and high temperature protection for increased performance and longer life.
All batteries are UN 38 certified. Dakota Lithium's cells are UL1642 certified and have been tested per IEC62133 standards. Meets all US & International regulations for air, ground, and train transport.
This battery should be charged using a LiFePO4 compatible charger. A SLA charger may work, but will reduce performance and lifespan of the battery.