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Electronics Line ESP Infinite PRIME Control Panel Battery Pack


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Replacement rechargeable backup battery for the Electonics Line (ESP) wireless Infinite PRIME alarm panel.
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The Electronics Line XCELPLUS Extended Life™ model is a high capacity battery backup for your Infinite PRIME wireless alarm control panel. The Extended Life model is recommended for anyone that requires more hours of backup from their control panel and doesn't want to replace the battery for the next 5-6 years.

The Electronics Line XCELPLUS Standard™ model is also suitable for the Infinite PRIME alarms, but may only offer 5-6 hours backup in the event of a power cut, and require replacing within 3 years.

The XCELPLUS Extended Life™ (formerly ESP) uses the highest capacity battery available on the market and unlike budget consumer batteries, it's produced using the highest quality industrial, nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) batteries.

The PRIME control panel is supplied with a budget INF-BATPNL 1500mAh cell pack. We offer a greater capacity 2300mAh Extended Life battery to achieve UL Install compliant 24hr backup.

XCELPLUS™ are the only producer of Infinite PRIME batteries to include a PTC resettable fuse, used to protect against over-current faults or reverse polarity insertion. All batteries can leak acid when they're depleted for long periods if gone un-checked. PTC resettable fuses prevent further damage to the control panel from short-circuit faults caused by battery acid. As of 2014 all batteries sold by XCELPLUS™ now feature this vital protection.

Additional Information


Standard: 1500mAh
Extended Life: 2200mAh

Arrangement 2 lines of 3
Finish Green
Voltage 7.2V
Cable length 100mm
Dimensions (mm) 42x30x48mm
Manufacturer's Part No. INF-BATPNL, GP150AAM6YMX, GP220AAM6YMX
Cell construction AA, NiMH
Shelf life

3yrs (1500mA)
5-6yrs (2300mA)

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