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12 Volt 100 Amp Hour Gel

12V 100 Amp Hour UB30H-GEL

UB30H-GEL Part#: UB30H-GEL

12 Volt 100 Amp Hour
GEL Battery
$285

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Specifications:  Features:
Dim (LxWxH):12.91 x 6.77 x 9.29 Valve Regulated GEL
Actual Weight:67.24 Spill Proof
Voltage:12 Maintenance Free
Amp Hour:100.0 Lower Self Discharge
Charge Voltage:14.0 - 14.4 Vibration Resistant
Float Voltage:13.0 - 13.4 No Corrosion
Operating Temp-4 F to 104 F Non Hazardous
Warranty:1 Year ABS Case
Approvals:DOT, IATA, ICAO True Gel
Terminal:FLAG  

Universal Sealed Lead Acid Gel Batteries

This 12 volt 100 amp hour GEL battery is the valve-regulated type (sometimes called "sealed" or maintenance-free), which fixes the acid electrolyte in a gel-like substance. This 100 ah size is usually used in standby situations. They are sometimes only used as a backup battery, constantly float charged, only providing power if the primary power (AC) goes out. In this role they routinely last 5 years, maybe more. In cyclic applications, where they are discharged, the life will be a funtion of the depth of discharge, and the frequency. A routine 100% discharge will give about 480 cycles, whereas a routine 30% discharge will give about 1800 cycles. In a mobility application with routine deep discharge, a battery may last a year or two. So keeping lead acid batteries charged whenever possible, extends their life. Using a microprocessor controlled charger is part of this proper battery maintenance, for maximum life. We recommend opportunity charging, for example, in a wheelchair or scooter application, where the batteries are charged each night, or even during the day when not in use, to keep the average depth of discharge above 50%, which helps with longer cycle life.

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