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Voltage: 12 Volt | Amperage: 100 AH | Chemistry: GEL | Battery Dimensions: 13" x 6.73" x 8.19" | Package Weight: 63.7 lbs
Elevate Your Performance:
Harness the cutting-edge Gel Electrolyte Technology for maximum efficiency.
Unleash consistent power with 12V voltage and impressive 100 AH capacity.
Rugged ABS container material ensures durability and vibration resistance.
Effortless cable wiring with included Silver-plated F5/T9 terminal bolts.
Positive (+) and negative (-) icons for seamless wiring identification.
Outperforming the Ordinary:
Choose safety and innovation with Gel batteries, a superior alternative to traditional lead-acid.
Conquer extreme temperatures and avoid thermal runaway with Gel battery technology.
Silica-type gel suspends electrolytes for enhanced reliability.
Experience extended cycle life compared to standard AGM batteries.
Designed to Last:
Heavy-duty lead-calcium grids prevent corrosion for a remarkable 15 years of standby use.
Perfectly optimized for float charge conditions and operating temperatures up to 25℃.
Versatile connectivity: Up to 4 batteries can be connected in series; parallel setup has no limitations.
Your Power, Your Way:
Our battery finds its home in a variety of applications:
Solar & Wind Solutions
RV & Camping Ventures
ISO9001/CE/UL is listed for uncompromised quality and safety.
Rest easy with a 1-year warranty.
Our dedicated Weize support team is ready to assist you every step of the way.
Please note: While our battery can power a range of applications, it's not intended for Motorcycle ATV Engine Starts.
Elevate your energy solutions today with the Weize 12V 100AH Gel Electrolyte Deep Cycle Sealed Battery! Your journey to powerful performance begins here.
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- GEL batteries are a safer option than traditional lead-acid.
- Gel batteries adapt better to extreme temperatures and are less likely to experience thermal runaway.
- The GEL battery uses a silica-type gel to suspend the electrolyte. These batteries have superior cycle life compared to AGM batteries.
- Store batteries in a cool, dry place (optimally 75 degrees Fahrenheit / 23 degrees Celsius or less)
- Periodical top charging of the batteries is recommended
- Store batteries in a fully charged state
Our batteries can be used in various types of:
- Marine Applications
- Power Blackout
- Outdoor Activities
- Solar & Wind Power Applications
- Electric Wheelchairs
- RV & Campe Applications
- Trolling Motor Applications
- Fish Finder Applications
- Off-Grid Applications
NOTE: The maximum number that can be connected in series is 4. In parallel, there are no limitations.
By connecting the batteries in series you are doubling the voltage and maintaining the same capacity (amp hours). Connect the positive terminal of the first battery to the negative terminal of the second one. From the two free terminals connect the positive to the power lead on your devise, and the negative to the ground connection of your application.
By connecting the batteries in parallel you are doubling the capacity (amp hours) and maintaining the same voltage. Connect the positive terminal of the second battery to the positive terminal of the first battery. Do the same with the negative terminals. Connect your application to the positive and negative terminals of the first battery.
Gel batteries vs. standard lead-acid batteries
Gel batteries are a type of sealed lead-acid batteries, much like absorbed glass mat (AGM) batteries. Because they are “sealed”, gel batteries don’t need their water levels checked and monitored like standard lead-acid options, nor do they expel gas. These factors generally make gel batteries a safer option than traditional lead-acid options, as they’re more of a “set it and forget it” product. Since gel batteries have a different interior consistency, you can install them in a variety of orientations and positions. Combining this with the lower/nonexistent fumes emitted during operation makes gel batteries applicable in situations where ventilation is limited. You can often find gel batteries used for RVs and motorized wheelchairs, as a few examples. gel batteries tend to last longer in high temperatures, which is another reason why gel technology performs better in poorly ventilated spots. Gel batteries tend to outperform AGM batteries in solar functions where heat is a concern.