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DC12-100 12 Volt 100 Amp/Hr Battery AGM
DC12-100 12 Volt 100 Amp/Hr Battery AGM
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DC12-100 12 Volt 100 Amp/Hr Battery AGM

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The HARDCORE Battery Code DC12-100 is an AGM deep cycle battery, hardcore AGM batteries are fully sealed Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) batteries with Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) technology. This means they are they are sealed, maintenance free, non-hazardous and non-spillable to provide you with a cleaner, greener alternative.

This is a good quality battery that we can offer at a very competitive price

Basic Battery Management Info


These batteries are purpose built to handle the demanding requirements of repeated deep cycle discharging.
Features
  • Maintenance free AGM Battery
  • No fumes or smells due to the batteries sealed nature
  • No need to maintain water levels
  • Batteries can be mounted sideways if required

Technical Information:

  • Size: 307 x 169 x 216 mm (L x W x H)
  • Cells Per Unit: 6
  • Voltage Per Unit: 12
  • Capacity: 92Ah@10hr-rate and 100Ah@20hr-rate
  • Weight Approx: 30.2kg
  • Operating Temp Range Discharge: -20ºC~60ºC
  • Charge: 0ºC~50ºC
  • Storage: -20ºC~60ºC
  • Normal Operating Temp. Range 25ºC 5ºC
  • Float Charging Voltage 13.6 to 13.8VDC/unit Average at 25ºC
  • Recommended Maximum Charging Current Limit 30A
  • Equalization and Cycle Service 14.4 to 14.9 VDC/unit
  • Average at 25ºC Self-Discharge 6 months
  • Please charge batteries before using
  • Terminal type E
  • 1 Year Factory Warranty

Recommendations for a long life cycle of this battery:

  • Install a charge system that maintains the battery at 100 % on a daily basis.
  • Battery voltage when measured at rest should not drop below 12.5 volt on a regular basis.
  • When used in conjunction with one of our fridges, the solar system should be able to produce at least 36 amps per day, even on a dull day. However, if this cannot be achieved then alternative charge methods should be put in place.