AGM & CONVENTIONAL ACID FILLING INSTRUCTIONS
2 ALIGN Align the acid pack with the battery cell openings.
1 PREPARE AGM Remove the red protective seal from the battery. Remove the lid from the acid pack, keeping the lid and not piercing or peeling the seal.
CONVENTIONAL Remove the plugs from the battery cell openings on the top and set aside. Remove the red exhaust cap on the side and discard. Do not pierce or peel the seal on the acid pack.*
3FILL 4DISPOSE Gently rock the acid pack to make sure all acid is dispensed. Carefully remove the acid pack and dispose of safely. Wipe off any spilled acid from the battery.
Lid from acid pack
AGM Cover the battery cell openings carefully and firmly with the lid you removed from the acid bottle pack.
CONVENTIONAL Put the plugs back on the battery cell carefully and firmly.
5 COVER Press the acid pack gently downward until the seal is self- punctured. The acid will flow into the battery cells. Wait until the acid is fully filled and let the battery rest for at least 30 minutes.
Batteries should be handled properly. Please always refer to the instruction booklet supplied with each battery. * Some Conventional batteries come with a single-bottle acid pack.
ACCESSORIES FOR MOTORBIKE & SPORTS BATTERIES Motorcycles and powersport vehicles often go extended periods without being used, but this does not have to be a problem. Follow the tips below and your engine will start just fine, even after a long winter stored away. Exide also has a range of chargers and testers, designed for the home or workshop. With the right maintenance, your battery will last even longer.
Open-circuit voltage (abbreviated as OCV ) is the difference of electrical potential between two terminals of a device when disconnected from any circuit.
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