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I have 12 * UPG 12V 250ah AGM batteries for sale. In total this pack is 36.6kWh, I am willing to split this battery pack up. I originally bought this 4 years ago to complete my senior design project in college and am no longer in need of it. I used it for a few months to complete a design of a motor controller. These batteries have been lightly used and have been stored fully charged on the charger (except over the last 4 months when I moved and took the pack apart). I will reconnect the battery pack to ensure all the batteries are working this weekend. Brand new these batteries run ~ $400 a piece, I was going to keep these to help serve a wind turbine project I'm working on but am looking to down size to a smaller pack. I am not using these batteries and could use the cash so make me a reasonable offer and we can take it from there. If you are interested please email/call/text and we can work out the details, any reasonable offer will be considered.

Please look up the datasheet on these batteries, this is a very large battery pack and each battery weighs ~180lbs.


I know a good transport company that could ship these batteries for a reasonable price near the western half of the US.

~Nick 5202755326


*Please check out my post about my ElCon PFC 4000 charger for sale as well. If you purchase everything together, I'd be more inclined for give a deeper discount. Thank you for your time.

Universal Power Group, UPG UB-8D AGM 12 Volt 250Ah Battery
 

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I have 12 * UPG 12V 250ah AGM batteries for sale. In total this pack is 36.6kWh, I am willing to split this battery pack up. I originally bought this 4 years ago to complete my senior design project in college and am no longer in need of it. I used it for a few months to complete a design of a motor controller. These batteries have been lightly used and have been stored fully charged on the charger (except over the last 4 months when I moved and took the pack apart). I will reconnect the battery pack to ensure all the batteries are working this weekend. Brand new these batteries run ~ $400 a piece, I was going to keep these to help serve a wind turbine project I'm working on but am looking to down size to a smaller pack. I am not using these batteries and could use the cash so make me a reasonable offer and we can take it from there. If you are interested please email/call/text and we can work out the details, any reasonable offer will be considered.

Please look up the datasheet on these batteries, this is a very large battery pack and each battery weighs ~180lbs.


I know a good transport company that could ship these batteries for a reasonable price near the western half of the US.

~Nick 5202755326


*Please check out my post about my ElCon PFC 4000 charger for sale as well. If you purchase everything together, I'd be more inclined for give a deeper discount. Thank you for your time.

Universal Power Group, UPG UB-8D AGM 12 Volt 250Ah Battery
4 years old? Not sure they have much life left. PM me your best price shipped to area code 28803. There is a UPS Freight Terminal in town, prob the cheapest way to ship them. Find your nearest UPS freight.
http://ltl.upsfreight.com/ProductsandServices/ServiceCenterDir/default.aspx
 

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4 years old? Not sure they have much life left. PM me your best price shipped to area code 28803. There is a UPS Freight Terminal in town, prob the cheapest way to ship them. Find your nearest UPS freight.
http://ltl.upsfreight.com/ProductsandServices/ServiceCenterDir/default.aspx
I'll let you calculate the shipping since the delivery service I would use doesn't travel across country (primarily just the western US). I'm asking $250 each battery for individual buys. If you buy all 12 batteries then I'll cut you a deal and sell them for $210 each ($2520 total).

If I get around to it, I'll do some discharging/load tests to measure the battery capacities and see if I can correlate that to some expected lifetime charts from the battery manufacturer. These batteries haven't seen habitual use or abuse so I believe that these batteries still have a significant life left in them. I've kept these batteries connected to a charger (except over the last four months). I reconnected the batteries and they were sitting at 86% SOC and charged as expected last weekend (06/02/12).

I am located in Boise, ID - 83706. Thanks for your interest ~Nick
 
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