The manufacturer Panasonic announced the end of the production of lead-acid batteries. They were replaced by GS Yuasa products with the second-largest share of the global lead-acid battery market.
The decision applies to all 6 and 12 Volt batteries with a nominal capacity of 17Ah or less and some with a capacity higher than 17Ah.
Based on the constant demands from our customers for this type, the product managers of SOS electronic had to find an adequate replacement. That means a product that in no way compromises its properties and quality.
"We found confidence in GS Yuasa's products based in Japan, not only because of its more than 104-year history and experience in this field but mainly because of its position as the second-largest share of the global lead-acid battery market," says Pavel Kováč, product specialist of SOS electronic.
GS Yuasa manufactures batteries for the automotive industry, motorised markets and training devices.
What does VRLA stand for?
VRLA batteries (Valve Regulated Lead Acid) or lead-acid batteries are popular because of their affordability and relatively long life, usually 5 - 7 years.
Various capacities and sizes are available for applications not only in the automotive but also in other industries. Small sizes are used, e.g. as backup sources in various alarms or sliding gates.
Lead-acid batteries are nothing unique on the market. On the contrary, they are a common product available in standard sizes and capacities; however, many differ in price, quality and reliability.
We have added some selected YUASA products to our offer, solutions and stocks, replacing specific Panasonic lead-acid batteries. We will gradually expand the range of these products based on customer requirements.
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