|Brand||Mighty Max Battery|
|Manufacturer Part Number||ML35-1274|
ML35-12 - 12V 35AH U1 Deep Cycle AGM Solar Battery Replaces 33Ah, 34Ah, 36Ah - Mighty Max Battery brand product
|Price:||$63.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- ML35-12 SLA is a 12V 35AH Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) rechargeable maintenance free battery.
- Dimensions: 7.68 inches x 5.16 inches x 7.13 inches. Listing is for the Battery and Screws only. No wire harness or mounting accessories included.
- SLA / AGM spill proof battery has a characteristic of high discharge rate, wide operating temperatures, long service life and deep discharge recover.
- Rechargeable battery that can be mounted in any position, resists shocks and vibration. Long lasting high performance in high and low temperatures.
- Backed by a 30 day refund policy and full 1 year warranty.
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Delivering power when you need it, the Mighty Max ML35-12 12 Volt 35 AH uses a state of the art, heavy-duty, calcium-alloy grid that provides exceptional performance and service life in both float and cyclic applications.
The ML35-12 is an Absorbent Glass Mat (AGM) technology with a valve regulated design, that can be used in enclosed and indoor environments without leaking or maintenance, providing a superior performance for thousands of models.
Mighty Max SLA batteries are utilized in a wide variety of applications including; Consumer Electronics, Electric Vehicles, Engine Starters, Golf Carts, Hunting, Lawn and Garden Tools, Medical Mobility, Motorcycles, Power sports, Portable Tools, Solar, Toys and Hobby, Access Control Devices, Emergency Lighting, Security and more.
Voltage: 12 Volt
Amperage: 35 AH
Chemistry: SLA, AGM
7.68 in x 5.16 in x 7.13 in
Weight: 23.15 Lbs
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I bought this battery along with a cheap plastic battery box, a solar charge controller, and a four way 12v cigarette lighter outlet splitter. Oh yeah, and an inline fuse holder. Total cost was $170, and that was because I didn't skimp on the charge controller. I got the ritz so I could add batteries and panels galore in the future. I wired the battery and a charge port and the 12v splitter to the charge controller and put it all away neat in the battery box. The splitter is screwed onto the outside and so now I have a portable unit with 4 12v outputs.
This battery is rated to 35 AH (about 420 watt/hour) and so gives me 252 watt hours without going under 40% charge. Nowhere could I find a graph for this battery for discharge vs cycle life, but I think 60% discharge is playing it pretty safe for a battery labeled deep-cycle.
This powers everything in the tent: Cell phone booster, laptop, 12" 3amp fan, charges multiple phones, marine radio, air compressor, lights, Bose SoundLink, and runs my CPAP at night. The biggest draw is the fan, but that is only really on when it's sunny and therefore never costs me amps from the battery. Everything else can run for over three days of clouds should I get that unlucky, and will charge from 40% in 6 hours with the panels I have.
The biggest win with using this heavy duty battery vs the popular plug-and-play solar battery pack, is that the other product cannot start my 12v air compressor! The cord on it isn't long enough to go from the truck all the way back to my PWC trailer, so I was forced to try to back a trailer up to a pump at a gas station. After building a new power pack around this battery, I can add and remove air from my trailer tires as needed and with ease! The compressor draws a solid 10.2 amps according to the charge controller. The popular product is rated to handle this, but did not.
I hope to add a second Mighty Max ML35-12 next year for more capacity. This is a perfect size, capacity, weight, and price for portable applications, you will not be disappointed!
We dont use a lot of power, the RV has three 6W LED lights in the cabin that light up the entire interior [...] (23ft pull behind trailer). We use the lights for a few hours each night and can go for over 3 days running off this battery. Occasionally we'll have a macbook running off the battery as well and found that I can get 2-3 full charges plus a 1-3 days of those 6W lights in the evening. So typically we have a macbook running for several hours during the day while I work and the 6W LEDs at night (using only the ones we need) and we can go off grid for about 2-3 days with this little battery.
I charge the battery any time we are on the grid using this very simple trickle charger [...] If we are going to be off the grid for several days then I take the battery to Autozone after it dies (about 2 days of use) and have them charge it during the day so its ready at night and will last 2 more days. It does need many hours to charge - 12 hours is ideal
Finally, we use a Pure Sine inverter to convert the power from the battery to the RV [...] We use Pure Sine which is the more expensive type of inverter because its safer for computers. The inverter connects to the battery with two battery terminals, then the RV plugs into the inverter
Ive been very happy with this little battery. It lasts as long as we require though I will likely get a second one to extend our off grid time. The only downside is that it take a long time to charge, but that was expected.