Model # ELB 1250A R6

Internet #202942481

Store SKU #163842

Lithonia Lighting 12-Volt 5 Amp Replacement Battery
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Lithonia Lighting

12-Volt 5 Amp Replacement Battery

$28.74 /each

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Product Overview

The Lithonia Lighting 12-Volt 5.0 Amp Hour Replacement Battery is ideal for a variety of uses including emergency lighting, home and office alarm systems, computer, telephone and electronic battery backup systems and toys. It is important to choose a replacement battery with the same voltage and minimum power capacity as your existing battery system.

  • 12-Volt 5.0 Amp hour rechargeable battery
  • Sealed lead acid (SLA)
  • 90 minute run time
  • 120 minute recharge time
  • Ideal for use with emergency lighting systems
  • 1-year warranty from the date code on the battery
  • UL listed

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Customer Questions & Answers

is this battery already charged?

we were wondering if this battery came pre-charged?
Asked by: HDCustomer
Good Day, the ELB 1250A does not come charged. The fixture it is being installed in usually has a charger that keeps the battery charged. Thank You for your inquiry
Answered by: LithoniaLightingSupport
Date published: 2016-06-04

Is this F1 or F2 type?

Hi, I am considering this as a replacement for UB 1250ZH for my home security system. Is this F1 or F2 type? I understand there are two types in + and - terminals, F1 and F2. Does the type have to match with existing battery? Thanks!
Asked by: MTIrving
This is an F1 type of quick connect terminal. F1 is a "Male" terminal with a width of 0.187" F2 is a "Male" terminal with a width of 0.250" Yes, the battery needs to match the equipment's design.
Answered by: Jimbo
Date published: 2016-11-11

How do you charge it?

Asked by: Mous13
Good Day, the ELB 1250A, doesn't have a charger, normally the system that will be using this battery will have an internal charger that keeps the battery charged. Thank You for your inquiry
Answered by: LithoniaLightingSupport
Date published: 2016-06-04

the battery that i have is a 12v 4amp can i use a 12v 5amp?

Asked by: DIY
Good Day, yes, this battery should work in place of the 12V 4A battery you currently have.
Answered by: LithoniaLightingSupport
Date published: 2017-03-26
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Customer Reviews

12-Volt 5 Amp Replacement Battery is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Needed a battery for alarm system - fast Went to home depot looking for a replacement battery to replace an old battery in my alarm system. Grab one of these and looked at the manufacturing date, Manufactured in 2012? OH NO! Looked behind those and found some manufactured in 2016. I told 2 store employees, they seemed to not to care that they were selling batteries that were at least 4 years old.
Date published: 2016-06-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from dont buy the warranty is for one year from date code of manufacture. the batteries that I saw on the shelf were already two and a half years old according to the date of manufacture stamp on the batteries, I had to wipe the dust off of them to see.
Date published: 2014-07-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lithonia Battery last about 1.5 years I use it for an automatic chicken door hooked up to a solar Panel
Date published: 2012-09-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 5mAH ?? this is one weak battery This is listed as 5mAH. At 5mAH this baby might be able to power your fitbit, but I'm not sure. The 6lbs should give you a good exercise though
Date published: 2014-03-14
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