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RESEARCH 》 My Lab Battery Purchase and Service logs for Research

ID Mfd on Purchased on Service Expired on Type Details Specs Purchased for/in Now installed in/status Model Number Serial Number Updated on
601-Mar-201816-Jul-2018
Lead AcidExide Chloride Safepower 12V 7AhAPC BX600CI-IN UPSnow in APC BX600CI-IN UPSCS7-124PJL 29299716-Jul-2018
501-Jun-201608-Jun-2017
Lithium-ionMi Power Bank (White)20000mAh, 5V 2Amp x2Solar offline low-power bkpSolar offline low-power bkpYDDYP01 - SKU: VXN4154IN12330/0017984108-Jun-2017
424-Mar-2017N.A
1-Jun-2017
1-Jul-2017
Lithium-ion18650 (x8 4x2 configuration) Lithium-ion cells, 14.8V 4.4AH

Service2 - 1-Jul-2017: rebuilt into x6 3x2 11.1V 4.4AH config for new 11.1V 10A PWM Li-ion Solar Charge Controller
repurposed from old ACER Aspire 4810T laptop and Digisol 3G/4G portable WiFi routernow in Frontech CFL UPS (solar)19-Jul-2017
217-Sep-201415-Oct-2014
10-May-2016
20-Mar-2017
14-Jul-2018 (1396 days)Lead AcidAPC BX600CI-IN UPS 12V 7.2AHAPC BX600CI-IN UPSn.aLONG WP 7.2-12OM-818693 E2143801311819-Mar-2017
315-Jun-2015
15-Apr-2016
19-Mar-2017
20-Mar-2017 (644 days)Lead AcidAmptek 12V 7.6AHFrontech CFL UPS External Battery (solar)n.a24-Mar-2017
126-Aug-2014
17-Jun-2015
9-May-2016
26-Aug-2016 (731 days)Lead AcidAmptek 12V 7.6AHFrontech CFL UPS Battery (solar)n.a19-Mar-2017

Here is a complete log of my lab battery purchase, service record which I maintain in Google drive. These I use for my home (or my family generic use) as well as a part of my home lab. I maintain a detailed log this way to monitor the failure rate of these batteries. This will allow me to select a specific brand/model which has higher success rate and to monitor any premature failure/expiry. The service log helps me to monitor and schedule the next service routine so that I can maintain these batteries in tip-top condition.



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