|Item Weight||40.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.2 x 7 x 8 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||ORB34DC-36|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||ORB34DC36|
Exide Orbital ORB34DC-36 Sealed VRLA (AGM) Deep-Cycle Marine/RV Battery
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- Up to 100 reserve capacity minutes to operate emergency equipment, on-board accessories, trolling motors, live wells, 12 volt lighting, depth sounders and more
- Sealed valve-regulated battery is non-spillable and can be mounted anywhere in your boat in your engine compartment or inside the cabin
- Highly absorbent glass mat separators provide cushioning for better vibration resistance
- The reserve capacity at a 25 Amp draw is 100 minutes and the rating is 50 Amp Hour
- 18 Month Free Replacement Warranty from Date of Purchase
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These are expensive batteries, but five years of service for a maintance-free, auxillury equipment battery - equates to a very good value in my book. I needed a battery for inside a 4x4 camper shell, where I occasionally sleep. One would be ill advised to install a fume-laden, wet lead-acid cell in a sleeping area, particularly given the off-road use of this vehicle.
I don't know why the other reviewers had problems with this battery. --
* Did they use this deep-cycle battery for an application appropriate for its design?
* Did they use a regulated 3 or 4 stage charger, suitable for deep cycle cells?
* Did they just hook it up to an automobile alternator (designed to charge a starting battery), instead of a purpose-built battery combiner? Note: Even most isolators are built for wet cell batteries.
* Did they limit charging voltage to 14.2, as is customary for AGM batteries?
* Did they limit load cycling to above 50% capacity (~11.5v)?
This is not a battery to use for starting an engine. I primarily used mine to power an Engel Fridg/Freezer, computers, camera battery chargers ...
Over the past year (well beyond a four or five year lifetime one might expect), the Orbital has not held a charge well. Although, for the past two years it was not maintained well, due to unavoidable neglect. If I had maintained it better, maybe it would still be usable today.
Maybe the Orbital I just bought won't last as long as the one I bought in 2006.Read more ›
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