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Case Studies

Read about industry leaders who rely on C&D products to power their operations

Datasheets & SDS

Explore specifications & safety info for our battery power solutions products


Find detailed specifications for the C&D series of batteries built for industry

White Papers

Read about different use cases for our battery power solutions products

Guides & Manuals

Explore reference guides for all C&D products and models, including UL-listed

Solution Portal (Formerly STAR)

For battery sizing tools and other customer resources, register for C&D's Solution Portal.

Retired Products

Browse our retired products and find a suitable replacement model.

Support & FAQs

Find support and answers to questions about your products


Explore the C&D Solution Portal

C&D's Solution Portal is a secure website for customers to size and spec C&D stationary battery products from their desktop or smartphone.

Register for access to resources like our Battery Sizing Tool, Ratings Tables, Key Calculations, Rack Tools, and other resources, including accessories info, system and cell drawings, technical documents, and much more.

Reliability and Cost-Effective Solutions for Data Centers

Pure Lead Plus UPS Battery

Recycling Program

The C&D Lead Acid Battery Collection and Recycling Program provides an eco-friendly, safe, convenient, low-cost recycling option.

Sustainability & CSR

Exercising the highest standards to protect the environments and communities we serve

Battery FAQs


VLA stands for vented lead acid batteries, sometimes referred to as flooded batteries, or wet cells.

VRLA stands for Valve Regulated Lead Acid batteries. VRLA batteries are also referred to as sealed batteries, SLA batteries, or maintenance-free batteries.

Batteries shipped on or after January 1, 2000 have a 4 digit shipping code with the first two digits being the month and the following two being the year in which the battery was shipped from the factory. For example, a code of 1000 would be interpreted as October, 2000.