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Universal Power Group 12V 100Ah Solar Wind AGM SLA DEEP Cycle VRLA Battery 12V 24V 48V

Spill Proof Battery, Dimensions: 12.17 Inches X 6.61 Inches X 9.16 Inches. Weight: 63.93 Lbs, Sla/Agm Maintenance Free, Rechargeable Battery That Can Be Mounted In Any

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12V 100Ah SOLAR WIND AGM SLA DEEP CYCLE VRLA BATTERY 24V 48V 12

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  • What buyers say about Universal Power Group 12V 100Ah Solar Wind AGM SLA DEEP Cycle VRLA Battery 12V 24V 48V


    I highly recommend calling the company directly to ask questions, as they can answer questions specific to your situation, after my experience above, I believe they would be great to work.


    The issue of this not being a true deep cycle battery was made up by some reviewers, but it is true that it states on the side of the battery that do not deep discharge.


    These batteries are decent for use with solar on a budget, but they hold their charge longer than cheaper ones, which is why I like them the best.


    The boost charge is 14.2v and the float charge is 13v, but the company stock float is lower than the boost charge.


    I have been using these batteries to power two pond pumps that are powered by 50 watt solar panels. Since the battery charge is full, I am happy with the price, as they typically keep them 23.5 volts.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    How many of these would I need for a 9000w solar kit?

    A:

    Assuming you intend to use an Inverter to convert 12V DC current provided by the batteries into 115V AC current, a 2000 Watt load would equate to about 16.7 Amps at 115v; this is roughly equal to 166 DC Amps.

    Q:

    How long would it take for a 100 watt Harbor Freight solar system to charge the battery or two 100 watt hook?

    A:

    It is incorrect to say that 12/6 hours is oversimplified.

    Q:

    Is it possible for regular automotive battery terminals to work for this battery?

    A:

    I got the battery terminals from autozone.

    Q:

    The photo of the battery does not tell if it is a AGM or a sealed lead acid deep cycle. Are these a true agm or a sealed lead acid deep cycle?

    A:

    The old-school SLA was simply the cell plates sitting in liquid battery acid solution.

    Q:

    Can I use this to power an electric bike that has a 300 watt motor and uses a 24volt battery?

    A:

    It is possible to power your bike if you hook two of these batteries in "series" that would give you 24 volts but you would still have 100Ah.

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