Super B 2600

Super B 2600
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Super B 2600

Code : SUPERB2600
Super B 2600 lightweight Lithium Ion starter battery, 1.05 lb / 475g, specially developed for motorcycles, jet-skis, snowmobiles, ATVs and Quads.
£161.68 Inc VAT
Availability: 2  In Stock
Super B 2600 battery for:
  • up to 250cc four stroke
  • up to 450cc four stroke, at an ambiant temperatur of 10 degrees Celsius and above
  • below 50 °F/10 °C we advise the super B 5200
  • MOTO 2
  • Enduro up to 450cc 4 stroke
  • KTM, Yamaha, Husqvarna 250cc, 4 stroke, all models
  • KTM, Yamaha, Husqvarna 450cc, 4 stroke with kickstart, all models
  • Karting
  • Rotax Max

This newly developed battery is designed to replace the much heavier 5 to 7 Ah lead/acid battery. The super B 2600 is based on the safe Lithium Iron Phosphate technology (LiFePO4), better known as Lithium Ion. The super B 2600 delivers up to 150 Cranking Amps, or 50 Amps continuously.

The super B 2600 offers many advantages over conventional 5 to 7 Ah lead/acid batteries:

  • weighs less: as much as 80% weight saving; 1.05 lb / 475 grams
  • recharges many times faster: within 5 minutes after starting your engine the battery will be recharged
  • is much smaller: 1/3 or less of the space; 4.49 inch, 3.20 inch, 1.38 inch (WxHxD) / 114mm x 81.25mm x 35mm (LxHxD)
  • has a longer service life: more than 5 years instead of 2 to 3 years
  • has a low self-discharge rate.

Super B batteries are based on Lithium Iron Phosphate technology (LiFePO4). This so called Lithium Ion technology as used in the super B batteries is the safest Lithium Ion technology today. On top of that our specially designed casing and electronics further increase safety and durability. Super B 2600 refers to 2.6 Ah (Amps/Hour), which represents the real nominal capacity under maximum continuous load. How different this is from lead / acid batteries where manufactures provide a 20 hour rating. For example the 7 Ah lead / acid batterie can be discharged over a period of 20 hours with a 0.35 Amp load. This is not very practical, as the same 7 Ah battery discharged with a 2,5 Amp load, for example a 25 Watt light bulb, will yield no more than 1.4 Ah of energy. The lead-acid battery, therefore, has less capacity when the load increases, which means that you can start more often with the super B.

We use a 10-second rating instead of CCA for the super B 2600 battery. The 10-second rating is easy to understand: it represents the amount of current a battery can produce during 10 seconds without being damaged. The super B 2600 can deliver a current of 150 Amps during 10 seconds. The batteries can deliver higher currents for shorter periods and lower currents for longer periods. The super B 2600 battery can be charged with almost all motorbikes, up to a maximum of 14.4 Volts. Do not overcharge, as this will damage the battery. The super B charges much faster than conventional batteries: charging a lead- acid battery takes 7 to 14 hours, during which the internal resistance increases and the charge current decreases. The super B 2600 can be charged within 1 hour at a charge current of 2.5 Amps. If the charge current is increased to 5 Amps, it will charge in 30 minutes. Do not charge the battery with more than 10 Amps as this will damage the battery.

We recommend to use the appropriate super B charger to charge super B batteries. Do not use a lead-acid charger, as these chargers are optimized for a different battery technology and make use of methods for charging and safeguarding which are unsuitable for super B batteries. Over 5 years.

The super B 2600 battery is designed with M5 screw terminals, this makes it easy to replace the stock lead-acid battery. The super B 2600 battery is shipped with two M5 bolds and plastic end caps to fit to the wires on the bike.

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