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Tata Green Velocity Batteries Key Features

Crafted specially for two-wheeler applications, the Velocity range of automotive batteries has the advantage of features like:

  • World’s No. 1 GS YUASA Technology
  • Best Cranking Power
  • Low maintenance

Tata Green Velocity+ Batteries Key Features

Crafted specially for two-wheeler applications, the Velocity range of automotive batteries has the advantage of features like:

  • Eliminates Acid Spilling
  • Maintenance-Free Technology
  • Flexible Mounting Angle

Two-Wheeler

Velocity Plus TG7D

Velocity Plus TG7D Battery for Bike & Scooter

24 Months Flat +
24 Months Pro-rata Month Warranty | Capacity-7 Ah | Battery Voltage -12 Volts V

MRP*: Rs. 1700/-

Two-Wheeler

Velocity Plus YTZ5

Velocity Plus YTZ5 Battery for Bike & Scooter

24 Months Flat +
24 Months Pro-rata Month Warranty | Capacity-4 Ah | Battery Voltage - 12 Volts V

MRP*: Rs. 1438/-

Two-Wheeler

Velocity Plus TGZ9

Velocity Plus TGZ9 Battery for Bike & Scooter

24 Months Flat +
24 Months Pro-rata Month Warranty | Capacity-8 Ah | Battery Voltage - 12 Volts V

MRP*: Rs. 2285/-

Two-Wheeler

Velocity Plus TG2.5D

Velocity Plus TG2.5D Battery for Bike & Scooter

24 Months Flat+
24 Months Pro-rata Month Warranty | Capacity-2.5 Ah | Battery Voltage -12 Volts V

MRP*: Rs. 1080/-

Two-Wheeler

Velocity Plus YTZ4

Velocity Plus YTZ4 Battery for Bike & Scooter

24 Months Flat +
24 Months Pro-rata Month Warranty | Capacity-3 Ah | Battery Voltage -12 Volts V

MRP*: Rs. 1234/-

Two-Wheeler

Velocity Plus YTZ4-H

Velocity Plus YTZ4-H Battery for Bike & Scooter

24 Months Flat +
24 Months Pro-rata Month Warranty | Capacity-3 Ah | Battery Voltage -12 Volts V

MRP*: Rs. 1247/-

Two-Wheeler

Velocity Plus YTZ6V-H

Velocity Plus YTZ6V-H Battery for Bike & Scooter

24 Months Flat +
24 Months Pro-rata Month Warranty | Capacity-5 Ah | Battery Voltage -12 Volts V

MRP*: Rs. 1568/-

Two-Wheeler

Velocity Plus YTZ7

Velocity Plus YTZ7 Battery for Bike & Scooter

24 Months Flat +
24 Months Pro-rata Month Warranty | Capacity-6 Ah | Battery Voltage -12 Volts V

MRP*: Rs. 1730/-

Two-Wheeler

Velocity Plus TG9D

Velocity Plus TG9D Battery for Bike & Scooter

24 Months Flat +
24 Months Pro-rata Month Warranty | Capacity-9 Ah | Battery Voltage -12 Volts V

MRP*: Rs. 2284/-

Two-Wheeler

Velocity Plus YT5A

Velocity Plus YT5A Battery for Bike & Scooter

24 Months Flat +
24 Months Pro-rata Month Warranty | Capacity-5 Ah | Battery Voltage -12 Volts V

MRP*: Rs. 1550/-

Two-Wheeler

Velocity YB14LA-2

Velocity YB14L-A2 Battery for Bike

18 Months Flat +
18 Months Pro-rata Month Warranty | Capacity-14 Ah | Battery Voltage -12 Volts V

MRP*: Rs. 3467/-

Two-Wheeler

Velocity Plus YTZ14S

Velocity Plus YTZ14S Battery for Bike & Scooter

12 Flat Warranty Month Warranty | Capacity-11.2 Ah | Battery Voltage -12 Volts V

MRP*: Rs. 6252/-

Frequently Asked Questions

We use the best of VRLA technology that leaves out the need for batteries to be topped-up.

In case of any emergency or assistance, you may reach out to us using our toll-free number 09213100000 or 18004198888, TGY channel partner, or via e-mail.

You may get your car battery serviced through our channel partners or at our retailer points.

Our batteries are designed to operate under all tropical climatic conditions. However, excessive heat that is more than 0°C is one of the main reasons for a reduced battery life. Heat can virtually destroy your battery. Most batteries can be damaged by extreme temperatures and may burn or explode if it’s too hot. Low temperatures affect the strength of scooter batteries and increase the viscosity of the fluid. The current needs to flow properly for the scooter to start. This becomes difficult due to the thickened liquid and hence, the scooter takes longer than usual to start. For old-style acid scooter batteries, top them up and apply Vaseline on the terminals to guarantee proper functioning during winters.

  • Clean the nodes – A two-wheeler battery’s charge is conducted by wires through nodes. So, if there happens to be dust build-up on the nodes, a lot of charge is lost thus causing the battery to lose charge quickly. Hence, regular cleaning of the nodes helps in maintaining your bike’s battery.
  • Check for any wiring faults or shorts- All bike parts that draw power from the battery are connected to the bike’s CDI and internal wiring system. So, always keep an eye on the wirings of the bike and make sure there are no cuts, bruises or shorting of wires.
  • Check the electrolyte levels- A bike’s lead-acid batteries require the electrolyte to be maintained at the correct level.
  • Park your bike under a shade- Extremely hot temperatures can reduce the life of a battery and its performance considerably, so keep your bike away from the sun.
  • Clean the battery regularly- Two-wheeler batteries even when not in use have a natural tendency to self-discharge.
  • Clean the terminals- Acid and copper sulphate accumulations on battery terminals can seriously harm them. When the contact area is lessened the battery cannot charge completely and hence there will be a shortage of current.

VRLA is valve regulated lead acid battery, which requires low maintenance and doesn’t requires any top-up.
The VRLA technology ingrained in our batteries provide you with the following benefits:

  • Safety – As the electrolyte is absorbed by the battery, there is no chance of electrolyte leakage in its entire lifespan.
  • Maintenance-free – There’s no need to refill the electrolyte in its entire service life and thus, the battery uses sealed casing where there is no provision for filling the electrolyte.
  • Long-life – VRLA batteries are made using the compression method which ensures less corrosion, thus ensuring a longer lifespan.

You can charge your motorbike’s battery using an appropriate charger. First, disconnect the battery from the bike. Then, connect it to the charger. Now, let the battery charge for as long as required. Once it’s fully charged, carefully reconnect the battery to the bike.

The most common habit that ruins a motorbike’s battery is to let it die completely. Running many electrical accessories on a bike can prove harmful. Similarly, faulty or incorrectly installed accessories or wiring can cut short the battery’s lifespan. A bike’s battery may drain while riding due to a bad terminal connection as well. Two-wheeler batteries can also drain because of a faulty stator.

If you want to find out whether your two-wheeler’s battery is in good condition or not, here are a few ways to check it:

  • Voltage test
  • Load test
  • Battery charging
  • Physical inspection of the battery

Tata Green Batteries provides maintenance-free batteries for bikes and scooters. On this website, you can take a look at the price of our two-wheeler batteries.

Yes. In order to charge your bike’s battery at home you will require a separate suitable charger. You will also need to follow the charging instructions.

If you have a dead scooter battery that won’t accept a charge, the problem is sulfation.

  • Remove the battery from the bike. Separate the small plastic caps on the top of the battery and drain the battery fluid completely.
  • Prepare a solution with eight ounces of Epsom salt (magnesium sulphate) and one quart of distilled water. It is much easier to dissolve the Epsom salts if you heat the water first to about 130 degrees Fahrenheit. Use a plastic funnel to fill each cell of your bike battery with this solution. Once each cell is filled, shake the battery gently to make sure that the solution is well distributed inside each battery.
  • Place the bike battery on a 6 volt trickle charger or one with a slow charge option. Adjust the settings to ‘low battery’ to charge overnight or until charging is complete. Then turn the charger off, switch the leads, and replace the cell caps. Reinstall the battery in your scooter, making sure the connectors are secure.

Insert your key and turn the ignition on. Make sure the ‘engine run’ switch is on as well.

  • Put the bike into second gear.
  • You will need to get the bike moving to at least 5 mph or 8 km/h, so find a slope that you can use to gain speed.
  • When you’re up to speed, jump on the bike and as soon as you’re on the seat, drop the clutch and push the starter.
  • Once the engine starts, pull the clutch.
  • Ride it for about 30 minutes to charge the battery.

You should charge your battery for six to 24 hours. A brand-new,12 volt, lead-acid battery for a bike under a constant charge will take between five and eight hours to charge up to 70%. The remaining 30% will require another seven to ten hours before it is fit to run a motorcycle. A new, sealed, pre-charged battery is usually charged to 80% when you buy it and should be connected to a charger for four to six hours to reach maximum charge before installing it.

If your bike battery is not holding charge, the problem is most likely one of three things: There is a charging problem, a leaking battery or simply, a bad battery. The first step in identifying the problem is to test the charging voltage. With proper charging voltage, you can rule out a charging problem. The next step is to check for an excessive electrical draw on the battery. If this isn’t a problem, you should consider buying a new two-wheeler battery.

A fully charged 12 volt two-wheeler battery should deliver about 12.6 to 13.5 volts between its terminals depending on its chemistry. 12 volt two-wheeler batteries supply useful energy only through a limited voltaic range. This is from over 14 volts, when fully charged and rested to 10.5 volts in use or underload. No, a 12 volt battery can remain at over 14 volts for more than a few seconds unless it’s being charged. The lowest limit is 10.5 volts (as seen in during testing). If your battery is a flooded lead acid battery with caps, check the fluid levels of each cell before charging.

The lifespan of automotive batteries depends heavily on the usage and maintenance practices. Other than that, it also varies as per the make and model of your battery. However, on an average, a two-wheeler battery lasts for about three to four years. Tata Green Batteries provide a warranty of 2 years on their bike batteries.

There is little to no harm in upgrading to a bigger battery for your bike as a bigger battery keeps the AMP draw lower while delivering a higher voltage. But don’t upgrade to a battery which doesn’t supply 12 volts as this is a standard for almost all two-wheeler batteries. These batteries can even provide up to 13 volts when fully charged.

The sealed, maintenance-free, lead-acid batteries have a limited life and have to be replaced if they get damaged or if they no longer offer a range that is sufficient for the user’s needs. Scooter batteries generally last for about a year and in rare cases for up to two years. Browse through our website for the price of our two-wheeler batteries.

To restart your bike battery, prepare a solution with eight ounces of Epsom salts (magnesium sulphate) and one quart of distilled water. It is much easier to dissolve the Epsom salts if you heat the water first to about 130 degrees Fahrenheit. Use a plastic funnel to fill each cell of your bike battery with this solution. Once each cell is filled, shake the battery gently to make sure that the solution is well distributed inside each battery. Place the bike battery on a 6 volt trickle charger or one with a slow charge option. Adjust the settings to ‘low battery’ to charge overnight or until charging is complete.

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