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Lead Acid Rechargeable Batteries

Power your kids scooters, light up your home or provide an uninterruptible power source (UPS) for your computer during blackouts that also prevents damage from voltage spikes with lead acid rechargeable batteries. Economical and long-lasting, rechargeable lead acid batteries from brands such as Panasonic, Neuton Power, SunStone Power and Eastar offer reliable service over a long time.

Rechargeable Batteries

Recharge your batteries with the correct charger for lead acid batteries for your convenience to save time and also get better performance than with disposable batteries. Rechargeable batteries are also environmentally-friendly, as they reduce the number of disposable batteries tossed into landfills each year, as well as the energy and cost of manufacturing new batteries.


Use high-performance batteries specifically designed for high-drain devices, such as digital cameras and remote-controlled toys, to ensure that your devices work long enough to put to good use. Although lead acid rechargeable batteries for low-drain devices will not last long enough on high-drain devices, they are suitable for clocks, remote controls and stereos as they dont require replacement often.

Types of Lead Acid Batteries

Lead acid rechargeable batteries come in a variety of types that include the spill-proof sealed batteries that are easy to maintain, the corrosion-resistant lead calcium batteries and the deep cycle batteries that have the greatest capacity so as to provide continuous power to forklifts and wheelchairs.

Lead Acid Batteries That Last

Prevent the rapid deterioration or discharge of your lead acid rechargeable batteries by storing and using them in an optimal environment. Since cool temperatures reduce the rate of discharge, with 25 degrees centigrade recommended, be sure to keep your batteries at this temperature, as well as avoid undercharging or overcharging, which will wear down the batteries. Remember to recycle your batteries when they finally expire.

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