Renogy Deep Cycle AGM Battery 12 Volt 100Ah for RV, Solar Marine and Off-grid Applications, Gray
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The same question was in my mind as well! According to my research, it is 8 mm or 5/16" or 0 mm. There are 314 decimal inches in 314 feet. There is something frustrating about Renogy not spelling out this clearly in the There needs to be a clear statement made Here is a chart of the size of various terminal bolts included in the package. This information took me 30 minutes to find.
Despite their small size, inverters consume a lot of On the Internet, you will find 12 volt TVs.
Do you have a lot of amps in your RV? It has to be 30 amps, so MPPT solar charge controller also has to be 30 amps. Can you tell me how many watts a solar panel has? On this MPPT charge controller, you can mount four solar panels with a total power of 100 watts each. A pair of 100AJ batteries 12V can be charged using this device easily. I would suggest adding another 100 Ah 12V Deep cycle AGM battery to have enough power with the 2000 Watts inverter. For my 2 AGM batteries each rated at 100 AH 12V plus 3 solar panels rated at 100 watts each, I plan to purchase a 1500 Watt Pure Sine Inverter. Think it through but don't overthink it. It's quite a bit of a guess due to the amp draw and the sun strength, the angle, the time of year, etc. Just ballpark
It varies with temperature how much gas is being produced. There are about 2 cells per gel cell. The cells have a voltage of 35V. Charge your device at a voltage below that and you will not have any issues. With a 12V battery pack with 6 cells, you can charge below 14V without harm.
Selected User Reviews For Renogy Deep Cycle AGM Battery 12 Volt 100Ah for RV, Solar Marine and Off-grid Applications, Gray
A dead battery had been present from the very beginning. A support agent was contacted by Renogys. I was given the runaround by the person who replied to my emails. A friend of mine suggested that I take it to my local auto parts store for testing. When I did, they told me they had no good batteries. The results have now been reported to Renogy, who wants to see a picture. The picture will be provided again and I will go back and get it tested again. A support person says he needs to zoom it out again? As you can see in the picture, I have the battery tester connected to the battery and its contents are displayed. Customer service never replied to my emails and kept giving me the run-around. I would recommend staying away from these batteries!.
In this battery, the charge would never last and it would never be able to be fully charged. There was a chance for the battery to explode or catch on fire due to the excessive heating. I believe anyone trying to use the battery faces a serious risk. I have been with the manufacturer for a long time, but they refuse to warrantee and keep giving me the runaround. Amazon purchase I've ever made was the worst I've ever made.
The battery charges to full charge, but according to multiple battery tests, it only has a 5% health rating, which is way too low for a battery with a $200 price tag. The service was very unsatisfactory!.
The battery I purchased should support 1200W for an hour, but I haven't even been able to run my hair dryer for ten minutes with a 100mAh battery with 12V. am connected to an MPPT 40am module, 3000 watt inverter, and 6 100 watt solar panels. The shipment was not as described, and the worst part is that I can't return it due to security concerns with the freight.
They are a part of the solar system of my cabin's solar panels that I bought two of. My second visit to the cabin (about 6 weeks after the first) revealed only 6 volts on both batteries. Both of them showed as bad when I had them checked. I find this very frustrating.
My system consists of four Renogy 100 watt monocrystalline panels, a Rover Li 30 amp controller and six Renogy 100AH AGM batteries, which provide backup power and enable me to use my disabled son's My email to customer service was answered in less than an hour by Tylor, who replied within the hour. In examining the symptoms, it was determined I had bad cells in two of my batteries. As Angelica informed me, I had a warranty on the batteries and two replacements would be sent out to me. I received those batteries within Renogy stands behind the warranty on their products, which is reassuring. Please accept my gratitude for your assistance.
This battery was intended to operate on 12volt and 120volt systems for My first test was a battery test when the battery At 12 p. m. , it was holding. There is a 3 volt power supply. Then I charged it properly with an AGM charger after placing a small drain on it for a few hours. After adding some load, I would charge it again until it was in a float state. At the same time, voltage, heat and expansion are tested on the battery. Light cycling for one day led to a slight swelling of the battery. It is very dangerous to have a swelling battery. In the meantime, I have to see how they are going to handle this as it would be terrible to return this thing since it's such.
Parallel connection of these two batteries results in a higher power output. The power they provided to my camper during my stay at Big Bend National Park was fantastic. In order to keep them charged, I used Renogy solar panels with 200 W of power. The batteries as well as the solar panels have been very useful to me.