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AS 3731.2-1995 Stationary batteries - Nickel-cadmium - Part 2: Valve-regulated type

Abbreviation
AS 3731.2-1995
Amendment
including Amendment No.2:1992 and Corrigendum (August 1992)
Valid from
05/10/1995

Information provider
SAI Global
Author
Standards Australia
Information type
Australian Standard
Format
PDF

Description

This Standard specifies requirements and tests for valve-regulated nickel-cadmium rechargeable batteries.

Technically identical with and reproduced from IEC 622:1988, including Amendment No.2:1992 and Corrigendum (August 1992).

Scope

This standard specifies tests and requirements for sealed nickel-cadmium prismatic rechargeable single cells.

Note. - In this context "prismatic" refers to cells having rectangular sides and base.

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AS 3731.2-1995 Stationary batteries - Nickel-cadmium - Part 2: Valve-regulated type

Description

This Standard specifies requirements and tests for valve-regulated nickel-cadmium rechargeable batteries.

Technically identical with and reproduced from IEC 622:1988, including Amendment No.2:1992 and Corrigendum (August 1992).

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AS 3731.2-1995 Stationary batteries - Nickel-cadmium - Part 2: Valve-regulated type
Description

This Standard specifies requirements and tests for valve-regulated nickel-cadmium rechargeable batteries.

Technically identical with and reproduced from IEC 622:1988, including Amendment No.2:1992 and Corrigendum (August 1992).

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AS 3731.2-1995 Stationary batteries - Nickel-cadmium - Part 2: Valve-regulated type

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