10075 BP24 24 Ah 12 V Sealed Rechargeable Battery without Mounting Hardware
Replacement Battery for BP24
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Overview

The 10075 is a 24 Ah sealed rechargeable battery available as a replacement item for RAWS weather stations, the BP24 battery pack, and the PS24 power supply. Leads and connectors are included.

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Detailed Description

The 10075 includes a 24 in. attached cable that terminates in a connector for attaching the battery to a CH150 or CH200 regulator. The 10075 also comes with a 24 in. cable for use with the CR6 datalogger or other products that need a pigtail termination instead of a white connector. (This cable is bagged and taped to the battery.) Switching the standard cable for the pigtail cable is easily accomplished by the user. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Number of FAQs related to 10075: 7

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  1. Look for a stamp on top of the battery. The stamp may be in a date format of YYMMDDXX where:

    • YY is the year.
    • MM is the month.
    • DD is the day.
    • XX is the manufacturing plant.

    This indicates the age of the battery.

  2. Campbell Scientific recommends keeping the BP24 in an enclosure to protect the terminal from rain and condensation that could short out the battery.

  3. Check with the airline. Mention that the BP24 is a sealed, valve-regulated VRLA AGM battery.

  4. Data loggers require stable power supplies to work properly, such as the BP24. If the system is needed for a long-term application, recharge the battery frequently, or recharge it daily with a solar panel of the appropriate size.

  5. Yes. The BP24 Mounting Bracket is available as pn 10073. It may be necessary to purchase four pn 505 screws and four pn 6044 grommets to mount the bracket to the enclosure’s backplate.

  6. We do not offer a battery test kit. However, the CH200 charge regulator does have some features that could aid in discovering a bad battery, such as the ability to measure amperage into and out of the battery. Campbell Scientific recommends taking a voltmeter into the field to verify the battery voltage at different points to see if a dirty or corroded connection is causing a voltage drop in the system.

  7. Yes. Contact Campbell Scientific for a copy.


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