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CONCORDE RG-330 AIRCRAFT BATTERIES

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Part# 11-11706
MFR Model# RG-330

Overview

Concorde recombinant gas (RGŪ Series) valve regulated lead acid (VRLA) batteries for engine starting, emergency / essential power, and standby power applications are constructed with cutting edge Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) technology. Concorde VRLA-AGM batteries are well known for quality and their ability to perform reliably in hot & cold climates with superior engine starting performance and excellent charge acceptance.
  • Superior starting power
  • Reliable essential power in the event of a generator failure
  • Low impedance design
  • Maintenance free AGM Battery
  • Constructed with non removable vent valves - no addition of electrolyte or water required, ever
  • Aerobatic: Non spillable at any altitude or attitude
  • Factory tested to assure airworthiness
  • Aircraft batteries rated for engine starting may be used for emergency power
RG-325 is housed in a polypropylene container with lifting rope attached to the molded polypropylene cover. M8 silicon bronze alloy terminals for corrosion free connections and maximum conductivity.

Specifications

  • Primary Aircraft Purpose: Helicopter and Turbine Aircraft Battery
  • Voltage: 24v
  • Rated Capacity C1 = 1 hr. rate in ampere hours: 30.00
  • Max Weight: 61.00 lb / 27.7 kg
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