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IEC 60254-2

Lead-acid traction batteries – Part 2: Dimensions of cells and terminals and marking of polarity on cells

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 February 2008
Status: active
Page Count: 26
ICS Code (Acid secondary cells and batteries): 29.220.20
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Scope and object

This part of IEC 60254 is applicable to lead-acid traction batteries used as power sources for electric propulsion.

The object of the present standard is to specify:

- the maximum external (overall) dimensions of traction battery cells, that is, the width, the height and the length;

- the form of the marking of traction battery cell polarity and dimensions of corresponding symbols;

- the basic dimensions of some commonly used traction battery terminals designed to connect output cables to the battery;

- the dimensions of cells commonly used in Asia and North America.

Document History

IEC 60254-2
February 1, 2008
Lead-acid traction batteries – Part 2: Dimensions of cells and terminals and marking of polarity on cells
Scope and object This part of IEC 60254 is applicable to lead-acid traction batteries used as power sources for electric propulsion. The object of the present standard is to specify: – the maximum...
November 1, 2000
Lead-Acid Traction Batteries - Part 2: Dimensions of Cells and Terminals and Marking of Polarity on Cells
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February 1, 1997
Lead-Acid Traction Batteries - Part 2: Dimensions of Cells and Terminals and Marking of Polarity on Cells
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January 1, 1985
Lead-Acid Traction Batteries Part 2: Dimensions of Cells and Terminals and Marking of Polarity on Cells
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