Model # ELB 1270A R3

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Store SKU #197601

Lithonia Lighting 12-Volt 7 Amp Replacement Battery
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Lithonia Lighting

12-Volt 7 Amp Replacement Battery

  • Sealed lead acid (SLA)
  • Ideal for use with emergency lighting systems
  • 1-year warranty from the date code on the battery
$33.68 /each

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The Lithonia-Lighting 12-Volt 7.0 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 7.0 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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Do you accept old battery for recycling when I purchase a new one?

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All batteries should be recycled to help the environment. If H/D does not accept old batteries, contact your local Municipality to see if they can be dropped off at their location.
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Some Home Depot locations will recycle your old battery for you - but not all. Please check your local store. You can also check online for battery recycle centers in your area.
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November 9, 2012
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Hi Patty,
Thanks for asking. This item is a store exclusive. Please contact your local store directly for further assistance.
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will this work on a kids car

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August 1, 2016
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if the volts and amp of the battery meet the requirements of the car, yes it can be used, but the battery must be hooked to a constant power source in order for it to stay charged in between use.
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IF!! -the Amp rating is equal to or greater than the one currently installed and the dimensions, and terminal type are the same then yes this would be acceptable as a replacement battery. Have you already tried charging the battery currently installed? These batteries are similar to automotive batteries as they are rechargeable, after recharge load testing is recommended.
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Is this battery a suitable replacement for a security system

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Yes if voltage, amperage, terminal types and location, and dimensions meet your security system minimum specifications.
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December 11, 2015
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if the voltage is the same and the amps are equal or higher, it should work properly.
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Is this battery a valid replacement for a Portalac battery which is also a 12 V 7.2 Ah?

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Probably not as I believe the dimensions of the battery you are referring to are not the same as this specific battery. If dimensions are of no concern and you do not have a limited installation space then this may not all be applicable in your instance but may be helpful anyway. Size, terminal placement and type, and dimensions of battery are as important as voltage and capacity. As long as the Read More
Probably not as I believe the dimensions of the battery you are referring to are not the same as this specific battery. If dimensions are of no concern and you do not have a limited installation space then this may not all be applicable in your instance but may be helpful anyway. Size, terminal placement and type, and dimensions of battery are as important as voltage and capacity. As long as the dimensions of the battery are exactly the same or very slightly smaller in all three dimensions, terminal type and placement same, and the voltage and capacity are the same, yes it can be used as a replacement. If dimensions, terminal size and placement, and voltage are same a higher capacity (7.3Ah. +) battery may also be used as a replacement, however, all other things being equal a battery with a lower capacity rating (7.1Ah-) would not be considered an acceptable replacement. I realize this is an answer to an older post but would hope it might assist someone having a similar question. Read Less
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September 30, 2015
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If the ELB 1270A volts and amps match the existing battery you have, yes it will work properly.
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12-Volt 7 Amp Replacement Battery is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Used to Replace Security System Battery After six years, the 12 volt 4 AH battery that came with our home security system died. I was glad to see my local HD had these in stock. After two days, the beeping was driving us crazy. We were able to stop it but only two hours at a time which made for some less than restful nights. At any rate this battery is bigger than the one it replaced but it fits inside the control panel with no issues. The connectors were the exact same size as the previous battery. I did a little research and it seems that there are no problems using a larger amp hour battery. That just means it should last longer in the event of a power outage. It's the voltage that has to be the same. Every battery at my local HD was three months old, so yes you lose a little warranty time. I'm ok with that because in reality, getting a product like this from the manufacturer to the store shelf in three months sounds about right.
Date published: 2016-09-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from My old battery lasted 2 yrs and 9 mos, but this one from Home Depot lasted only 10 mos. Purchased... My old battery lasted 2 yrs and 9 mos, but this one from Home Depot lasted only 10 mos. Purchased Feb 2016, but mfg date is July 2015, so it only had 6 mos of warranty on it when I purchased it. Don't bother with this one.
Date published: 2016-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good option to replace the batteries that come with Fios systems. Good option to replace the batteries that come with Fios systems.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Only lasted 10 months as my Verizon FIOS backup battery. Only lasted 10 months as my Verizon FIOS backup battery.
Date published: 2016-11-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's rechargeable For those of you who had problems with the battery running low after any period of time at all, please note that it is RECHARGEABLE.
Date published: 2016-03-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Watch for the date manufactured on this item I bought one of these about a year ago from Home Depot and it needs replacing. I went to the local Home Depot to see about a new one. The warranty is good for one year from the date manufactured that is stamped on the battery. The date manufactured is SEPTEMBER 2013. The day I went to get one was FEBRUARY 28, 2014. I Won't purchase it at Home Depot because the one year warranty is now only about a six month warranty.
Date published: 2014-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Glad to see battery was in stock Needed a battery for my alarm system, Checked on line and to my surprise Home Depot had it in stock. Ordered on line and picked up in less than a half hour. Thought I would have to go to electronic store for the battery. No more having the alarm company contacting me to say "Low Battery" Thanks
Date published: 2014-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Watch for old battery stock on shelf (manufacturer dates) I'm glad that I read the reviews on these replacement batteries prior to going to Home Depot to purchase this battery. There were 2 batteries that were out on the shelf. One was dated June 2012, and the other was July 2013. I saw a sealed box behind them. I opened the box and it contained 4 batteries. The date on these four batteries were dated September 2014. I took one of these as at least I had an 8 month warranty left, since the warranty date is based on manufacture date, not purchase date. The battery that I replaced had lasted almost 5 years from the alarm installer, so time will tell how this battery's life will be. At least the price at Home Depot was about 1/2 of what I paid the installer for the previous battery.
Date published: 2015-01-29
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