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35AH 12V DC DEEPCYCLE SLA SOLAR ENERGY STORAGE BATTERY
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Chrome Battery has a huge inventory of the oldest and most reliable type of rechargeable battery, the 12V 35AH Sealed Lead Acid Battery with Nut and Bolt Connectors, also known as an SLA battery. Chrome Battery SLA batteries are 'the workhorse of ALL batteries' and are constructed with lead calcium alloy and absorbed glass mat technology, which allows for completely 'maintenance-free' operation. No Spills, No leaks, No water to check, Longest life-cycle product on the market This maintenance-free design allows for the most powerful, highest amp hour capacity. Fiberglass mat separators and high cell compression extend battery life by delivering superior vibration resistance from the most extreme conditions. All Chrome Battery SLA batteries are manufactured with the highest quality materials and rigorously tested to ensure safety, OEM compatibility, effectiveness and optimal performance. Top notch Customer Service and Satisfaction is our top priority at Chrome Battery. All returns or exchanges are handled with our '60-Day No Questions Asked Money-Back Guarantee', Affordable Pricing, 18 month Warranty, Midwest location in the heart of America (Indiana), All orders placed by 3pm (EST) will ship same day, Extremely fast shipping (2-4 Business Days) Chrome Battery strives to provide every customer with an exceptional buying experience and top quality batteries at unbeatable prices. Thank you for choosing Chrome Battery for your battery purchase; your business is greatly appreciated.
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I'm using it with a 50 watt Solar panel and 800 watt Inverter and works great for our uses. Would like to get another one for parallel hookup.
8/4/2013: Bought another one of these 35AH, 12VDC DEEP CYCLE SLA(sealed lead acid) batteries for my solar setup today.
They work great for my setup, which is basically just for emergencies, outages, lighting, camping and personal use battery device charging...
Nice intermediate sized battery that doesn't take up allot of space but still does the job.
Also picked up a Whistler 1600 Watt Inverter with this order. Will use my 800 watt Cobra in the cars or the storage shed.
When this battery is out of service and is not being charged by the solar, I use a Schumacher SC-1200A 120vac charger to keep it charge up. Which will charge Standard, AGM, Deep Cycle, Gel Cell batteries. With a digital readout that gives the Voltage, % of Charge, S M L size Battery selection and your selection of the type of battery you want to charge. When it gets to 100% charged it shuts down.
Thanks for a great product!!!!
Using this in a Minn Kota box. Just add the styrofoam from the battery box as a buffer on the sides to reduce movement.
Lost power last night. Had this battery charged during the day by my solar panel.
My TV is hooked up to a homemade antennae. I put the battery(Minn Kota box) under the tv, plugged it in, set the sleep timer for 90 minutes, and I fell asleep watching tv.
The kids were bored without power but I cam to the rescue with some tv time for bedtime. =)
I had set the tv for 120 minutes because I knew that I should get about 2.5 hours of power from the battery for that tv before getting to the 50% mark.
It uses 80 watts; 80/12v = 6.7amps
34Ah/6.7 = 5 hours.
This is why I purchased the second one and have plans to buy a third one next month after I see how 70ah works out. I wired them together in parallel.
Shipping was free and fast and both batteries arrived well packaged and fully charged. The only thing is that the first one they shipped me says Chrome Pro and is silver unlike the picture, the second looks as advertised. Both seem the same to me so no complaints here.
I should note that although this worked great in summer, for winter, we needed a bigger battery. A much bigger one, lol. We actually had to practice conservation of energy. It was a hard and interesting experience. Showed us how much we do rely on things. But when the power did go out, it was nice not to have to scramble for candles and flashlights. It was nice to continue watching our movie with the heat on, put on a pot of tea and eat leftovers. Even if one can't afford to go full solar, which we can't just yet - laundry, dishwasher, yikes - but it's still so awesome as a back up.
I live in the south in the middle of nowhere. Blackouts multiple times per year, with the worst being a full week.
You can check out my shed at http://randomnuggets.com/diy-solar-powered-shed-off-the-grid/ for more details