Battery Motorbike 6N6-3B-1 for Honda CB 125 / SL 125 / XL 250
Battery 6N6-3B-1 Honda CB 125 / SL 125 maintenance-free -include acid-package
SIze: 98x56x116 mm
very high quality with better results by starting the engine and for longe livetime!-reduce self-discharging of battery to the lowest level and longer life span
JM manufacturer number 6N6-3B-1
Varta manufacturer number 00612
GS manufacturer number 6N6-3B-1
FB manufacturer number 6N6-3B-1
Fiamm manufacturer number 3B3P
Exide manufacturer number 6N6-3B-1
-totally leakage prevented and free of corrosive trouble
-safer for user, environment and motorbike
-easy to install like the original battery Advantages of the battery:
- Longer life and significantly reduced self-discharge rate than conventional batteries
- Maintenance free
- More safety for health, the environment and your Quad, ATV, Motorcycle, Off Road, Scooter etc.
- Simple assembly instead of the original battery
- Battery is already dry charged, therefore quick easy installation
- Acid level control is usually not necessary because the self-discharge is less than standard batteries.
- The battery begins at start by filling with acid with the self-discharge. Can therefore be stored indefinitely.
- Stable resistant battery case
- Permanent pressure sealed connection of the battery housing components as a fixed unit for maximum stability
- High degree of material resistance against oil and acid gases
- Protection against extreme weather conditions
- Snugly through the special active materials and bulk carrier grids resist vibration and ensures the long-term duration of use
- 2 years full German warranty
Capacity: 6 Ah (10 hours)
Energy output: 36 Wh
Cold test current according to manufacturer: 50 A
Cold test current in (SAE) measured with JJM 609.00.66: 225 A
Cold test current in (DIN) measured with JJM 609.00.66: 205 A
Cold test current in (EN) measured with JJM 609.00.66: 125A
Length: 98 mm
Width: 56 mm
Height: 116 mm
Weight ready for operation: 1.35 kg
Acid pack incl.: No
Connection type: from the front
Positive pole: front right
Negative pole: front left
Gas discharge: without
Compatible with following vehicles:
Honda CB 125 J S CB125J CB125J-1008876 - 1975- 1979 1 14 PS, 10 kw
Honda CB 125 T Twin CB125T CB125T-2000775 CB125T-2021108 1978- 1979 2 17 PS, 13 kw
Honda CB 125 T2 Twin CB125T CB125T-3000002 CB125 T-3000301 1979- 1986 2 10 PS, 7,4 kw
Honda CB 125 T2 Twin CB125T CB125T-2201084 CB125T-2210513 1979- 1986 2 17 PS, 13 kw
Honda CB 125 T Twin A CB125T CB125T-2300941 CB125T-2315059 1980 2 17 PS, 13 kw
Honda CB 125 T Twin B CB125T CB125T-3100001 - 1981- 1986 2 10 PS, 7,4 kw
Honda CB 125 T Twin B CB125T CB125T-2400001 CB125T-2499999 1981- 1986 2 17 PS, 13 kw
Honda SL 125 S K0 SL125S SL125S-1000001 SL125S-1038068 1971 1 12 PS, 9 kw
Honda SL 125 S K1 SL125S SL125S-1114861 SL125S-1159145 1972- 1976 1 12 PS, 9 kw
Honda XL 250 K 3 L250 L250-1001456 L250-1006307 1976 1 22 PS, 16 kw
Honda XL 250 K 4 L250 L250-1100141 L250-1102526 1977- 1978 1 22 PS, 16 kw
Yamaha DT 125 LC 10V 10V 10V-000101 10V-100000 1982- 1984 1 16 PS, 12 kw
Yamaha DT 175 MX 2K4 2K4 2K4-000101 2K4-010000 1978 1 15 PS, 11 kw
Yamaha DT 175 MX 2X2 2K4 2K4-010101 2K4-020000 1979 1 15 PS, 11 kw
Yamaha DT 175 MX 4J4 2K4 2K4-020101 2K4-060000 1980 1 16 PS, 12 kw
Yamaha DT 175 MX 4J4 2K4 2K4-060101 2K4-070000 1981- 1983 1 16 PS, 12 kw
Yamaha DT 250 MX 1R7 1R7 1R7-000101 1R7-100000 1977 1 16 PS, 12 kw
Yamaha DT 250 MX 1R7 1R7 1R7-100101 1R7-105000 1978 1 16 PS, 12 kw
Yamaha DT 250 MX 3A6 1R7 1R7-200101 - 1979- 1980 1 16 PS, 12 kw
Yamaha DT 250 MX 4E7 1R7 1R7-140101 1R7-150000 1981- 1982 1 16 PS, 12 kw
Yamaha DT 400 MX 1R6 1R6 1R6-000101 1R6-100000 1977 1 21 PS, 15 kw
Yamaha DT 400 MX 1R6 1R6 1R6-100101 1R6-105000 1978 1 21 PS, 15 kw
Yamaha DT 400 MX 3A7 1R6 1R6-200101 1R6-300000 1979 1 21 PS, 15 kw
Yamaha XT 250 3Y3 3Y3 3Y3-000101 3Y3-010000 1980 1 22/17 PS, 16/13 kw
Yamaha XT 250 4Y1 3Y3 3Y3-020101 3Y3-030000 1981 1 22/17 PS, 16/13 kw
Yamaha XT 250 4Y1 3Y3 3Y3-030101 3Y3-035000 1982 1 17 PS, 13 kw
Yamaha XT 250 4Y1 3Y3 3Y3-050101 3Y3-100000 1983- 1990 1 17 PS, 13 kw
Yamaha XT 500 1U6 1U6 1U6-000101 1U6-100000 1976- 1977 1 27 PS, 20 kw
Yamaha XT 500 1U6 1U6 1U6-100301 1U6-103640 1978 1 27 PS, 20 kw
Yamaha XT 500 1U6 1U6 1U6-110501 1U6-111676 1979 1 27 PS, 20 kw
Yamaha XT 500 4E5 1U6 1U6-130101 1U6-140000 1980 1 27 PS, 20 kw
Yamaha XT 500 4E5 1U6 1U6-140101 1U6-160000 1981- 1982 1 27 PS, 20 kw
Yamaha XT 500 4E5 1U6 1U6-160101 1U6-200000 1983- 1985 1 27 PS, 20 kw
To consider when you make the battery ready:
The batteries are supplied dry and fill in with the included battery acid activated.
No acid or other similar use to fill!
After remaining free up the battery with the supplied specially suitable battery acid (never use something else) to rest the battery.
After about 30 minutes (at best then when the battery no more bubbles forming) once fully charged.
Then just close the shutter bar.
Then do not open the battery anymore!
Check the acid level is usually not necessary because the self-discharge is less than standard batteries.
During prolonged periods of "non-use", such as when the winter is often the case, remove the battery and take of on-board voltage.
Then store in a cool dry place and regularly charge on battery charger.
The battery is an aggregation of multiple galvanic cells.
Each of the cells includes a plurality of lead grids.
These are alternated with lead oxide, this is the positive / positive pole of the battery, and very porous lead, which is the negative / minus pole coated.
The separator consists of a mirkoporösem insulating material. The separator prevents the plates touch un dso would cause a short circuit.
The battery is charged in a dry state.
If now the electrolyte, that dilute sulfuric acid is poured into the battery, the discharge starts.
During the discharging, electrons from the negative to the positive pole. Arise here about 2Volt per cell (1.75 to 2.4 V) power.
In series by connecting in series so for example of three cells you have a 6 volt battery, six cells by a 12 volt battery.
The series connection of the battery is totally defective should also be only one cell or be damaged!
Each battery has a certain amount of wear which can not be prevented.
For example, it is so that the lead plates corrode over time and lose material.
It may contain impurities and dirt deposits that can progress to a highly flammable explosive gas.
Over time, the sulfur material as sulfated batteries the electrolyte is combined with the lead plates and the crystals formed which inhibit the flow of electrons.
The batteries is added to a Antisulfat. This significantly slows these processes and thus has a much longer battery life!
The disadvantage of this is that in the dry state, the battery can not be charged greatly.
Therefore, for a long battery life needed after filling and the rest this necessarily fully charge!