How to Recognise if Your NBN Battery Needs Replacing
NBN, or the National Broadband Network, proudly offer their internet connectivity services to hundreds of thousands of people in Australia – and unlike so many other providers, this organisation extends options for both wired and radio solutions when it comes to using the web. Whether you use your internet package at home, or for work purposes; you’ll undoubtedly appreciate the presence of the back-up battery that’s typically installed. But what can you do if you’ve noticed your power pack playing up, or failing to activate?
If this sounds like you, then it might be time for a replacement NBN battery
Although these reserve power sources aren’t in constant use; the truth is that, as with all sealed lead acid batteries, drainage can occur over time. The main purpose of this battery is to kick into action should the additional power be required – and if this isn’t happening, it might be time to consider a replacement.
Where can you get an NBN REPLACEMENT SLA BATTERY
THIS BATTERY IS SUITABLE FOR ALL NBN POWER SUPPLIES
If your NBN battery is losing its charge do not wait for it to fail and take out your network as then the Power Supply Unit starts showing a red light adjacent to the symbol on the battery saying ‘REPLACE BATTERY’ and an alarm will start beeping every 15 minutes which indicates you will need to replace the battery with a new one.
If you need a new battery you can purchase them online with fast delivery at Wagner NBN battery replacement. You can order online or come into the store to pick one up.
Specs: NBN SLA Replacement Battery
Battery type: 12V 7.0-7.2Ah 6 Cell VRLA Sealed Lead Acid Battery
Dimensions: 150mm (W) x 94mm (H) x 64mm (D)