If the battery is tied directly across the voltage supply you are concerned about a battery can absorbe some voltage surges or spikes and can help support a heavy load,.However a battery is not designed to be capacitor, each time it absorbes a surge or supports a sag, that is a partial sysle of the battery, fast cycling or over charging will cause heat which will eventulay cause most batteries to fail, If a lead acid battery is kept below its rated voltage for days or weeks, that will cause it to sulfate and that will render it useless.
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