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BatteryPlex Makes Power Failure Obsolete This Winter Storm Season With New Deals On RBC Batteries

Have a backup plan with uninterruptible power supply batteries from BatteryPlex designed for consumers facing severe winter weather

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla., Jan. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- BatteryPlex announces new deals on their RBC7 batteries this winter season for consumers who have an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system and where threat of facing power outages from severe winter weather is imminent. Replacement batteries from BatteryPlex are the same or better than manufacturers' specifications, only with more affordable pricing. BatteryPlex is offering these deals to allow more consumers to defend themselves from power outages this winter season.

UPS Systems

UPS systems are different than emergency generators because energy is stored in a battery that supplies almost instant power in the event of a blackout caused by heavy snowfall and wind, which is why BatteryPlex's RBC batteries are the best defense against being left in the dark. Electrical equipment, such as a telecommunications setup or data center, is usually protected by a UPS system. They range in size from small enough to power a single computer to large enough to run an entire city. 

Businesses utilize battery-operated UPS systems to preserve the loss of important data, but they are also useful to private individuals who do not want to be without electrical necessities during or after a brutal storm. 

BatteryPlex sells RBC batteries from manufacturer APC. The RBC 2 is a 12-volt battery with 7Ah, or ampere hours, which is a measure of the capacity for a battery to produce a current over a certain time period. Many APC models are compatible with the RBC 2. The six-pound RBC 2 currently retails for $15.99 at BatteryPlex.com. 

RBC 7 is a larger battery that is also currently being offered at a discount by BatteryPlex. The RBC 7 is another 12-volt battery but with 18Ah for a longer source of power, assuming the same draw or load to the current. BatteryPlex sells the RBC 7 in a convenient two-pack for $69.99 on their website.  

Limited Time Offer with a One Year Warranty

BatteryPlex wants consumers to know that these great deals on RBC 2 and RBC 7 batteries are only for a limited time. Further, these batteries come with a one year warranty. Consumers are invited to search their website for all battery needs. For more information on these winter deals or to shop their huge inventory of batteries visit www.batteryplex.com or call 954-247-8798 today. 

About

Founded by Randy L. Walker in 2006, BatteryPlex was established to be a leading online supplier of affordable batteries and chargers. BatteryPlex is a wholesaler, retailer and distributor of batteries for use in a wide range of consumer electronics and backup power systems. They strive to assist customers in selecting the right battery to meet their needs and to provide a safe, secure website that makes shopping easy. 

BatteryPlex4613 North University Dr. #417Coral Springs, FL 33067954-247-8798 

Media Contact: Randy Walker BatteryPlex, 954-247-8798, [email protected]

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