At Medset, we test and rate our SLA batteries. We do this to ensure quality accuracy, as many of our healthcare customers require a specific voltage and capacity for testing purposes. All SLA manufacturers print the voltage and capacity on their batteries and for the most part, this is accurate.  However sometimes a battery will be high rated. High rating is when a battery capacity is based on the higher end of a sampling instead of the average. This occasional occurrence is industry-wide and is usually done for marketing purposes.

To ensure accuracy, end-users should always test capacity with the Medset SLA label (p/n, voltage, amps and chemistry).