NCC Leisure Battery Scheme Underway

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  1. PhilandMena

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    The above scheme has now been launched with a number of Leisure batteries subjected to independent testing and verification.
    The link below is from the NCC website and if you click on 'Find a NCC verified Leisure battery you should receive a download with the batteries already tested. (I'll try to load that here also).

    http://www.thencc.org.uk/Our_Schemes/ncc_verified_leisure_battery_scheme.aspx
     

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  2. rosalan

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    I did have a quick look to see which, if any products fell into the various classifications and perhaps I looked on the wrong sites, but I did not really learn which products came into the top classification, if that is what it was supposed to do.
     
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    Oh no!

    Our traction batteries aren't NCC approved!
    Just like our Chausson isn't.

    I'll have to sell it all and buy an NCC approved van and batteries otherwise we will freeze and die when we go skiing!

    In all seriousness, the scheme means nothing. The best battery in the world will fail when all it has to charge it is an NCC-approved Sargent split charge setup with pissy thin cabling.
     
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