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CONCORDE RG-624 PLATINUM SERIES SEALED LEAD ACID AIRCRAFT BATTERY

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Part# 11-15476
MFR Model# RG-624

Overview

STC Approved for MD Helicopters' 369D, 369E, 369FF, 500N, and 600N, resulting in an 85% improvement in starting power.

Concorde’s recombinant gas (RG® Series) valve regulated lead acid absorbed glass mat (VRLA-AGM) battery design has been proven and adopted by commercial airframe manufacturers and the military worldwide, including U.S. and foreign air forces.

  • Certified battery for turbine and piston engine aircraft models
  • Certified nickel cadmium battery replacement in many aircraft
  • Superior starting power
  • Reliable essential power in the event of a generator failure
  • Low impedance design
  • Maintenance free AGM battery
  • Constructed with non removable vent valves - no addition of electrolyte or water required
  • Non spillable at any altitude or attitude
  • Factory tested to assure airworthiness
  • Shipped fully charged
  • RG® Series batteries ship HAZMAT EXEMPT
  • TSO Approved
RG-624 is housed in a powder coated aluminum container with side vent tubes.

*NOTE* - The STC for some aircraft is available at an additional cost. Please call 877-4-SPRUCE (777823) if applicable to your aircraft. If replacing a RG-500, RG-600-1, or RG-600-2 installed under SR00716SE or SR01564LA, the STC is free of charge.

Battery Type
Voltage
Ampere Hours
Max. Weight
Our P/N
Battery Diagram PDF
RG-624
24
24
52 lbs.
11-15476

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