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Alex H
 
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Can anyone suggest a source of batteries for emergency lights?

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Can anyone suggest a source of batteries for emergency lights?

What sort of application ? non-maintained ELs ?

Any idea of a size / rating / part no. ?

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Can anyone suggest a source of batteries for emergency lights?


Think you'll have to be a tad more specific...

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On 27 Nov 2003 01:41:04 GMT, EWS (Alex H) wrote:

Can anyone suggest a source of batteries for emergency lights?

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Can anyone suggest a source of batteries for emergency lights?


It depends what type of batteries you need

lead-acid or Ni-cads

AllBatteries
Olds Approach
Watford

can make bespoke Nicads for you, not sure if Phil put their details in
the FAQ

CPC are quite good on sealed lead-acid batteries
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