EFB-S95/130D26 Start & Stop Battery
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A range of Enhanced Flooded Batteries (EFB) designed to aid the reduction of CO2 emissions and fuel consumption in vehicles fitted with standard idle Stop Start systems. The range includes DIN style maintenance free batteries for popular European vehicles, plus low maintenance flooded batteries for Asian manufactured vehicles.

Model: EFB-S95/130D26
Capacity: 85Ah
Volt: 12V
Size: 258×171×202×228mm
CCA: 730

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EFB-S95/130D26 Start & Stop Battery

General Features:
● 15% more cranking capacity
● 2× higher cycling endurance
● Durable grid design


Do lead or AGM batteries last longer?
AGM batteries often have a longer lifespan than conventional lead acid batteries. AGM batteries live longer than flooded batteries while not in use because of their low self-discharge rates. AGM batteries can last up to 7 years with proper maintenance, but flooded batteries normally last 3-5 years.

Does cold affect AGM batteries?
How are AGM batteries affected by extremely cold temperatures? Similar to how it affects engines and starters, the cold has an adverse effect on batteries, making operation more challenging. In the winter, you need as many Cold Cranking Amps (CCAs) as possible, and all batteries have a CCA rating.

How long can you store a deep cycle battery?
Most deep cycle batteries have a six-year lifespan when properly maintained and charged (depending on the frequency of use).

What are RV batteries used for?
The complete electrical system of your RV depends on your RV battery. They provide direct current (DC) power to your appliances, lighting, and other essential RV parts like the water pump when you are not connected to shore power. Batteries are crucial if you’re boondocking or dry camping.

How do you tell if a battery is sealed, gel, or flooded?
Sealed versus Flooded
Because sealed batteries are sealed at the top, they won’t release gas while charging normally or spill acid if they are knocked over. Be aware that certain Sealed “Maintenance Free” models just have a sealed top but still use wet electrolytic fluid.

What is the difference between AGM and lead acid batteries?
AGM batteries are less susceptible to sulfate and can be stored for longer periods of time without the need for a topping charge than normal lead acid batteries, which require a topping charge every six months to prevent the accumulation of sulfation. Low self-discharge and good resistance to low temperatures characterize the battery.

Do AGM batteries get sulfated?
This includes the brand-new “dry” sealed AGM-spiral-wound versions under the Optima, Odyssey, Exide, and Interstate names. Every time a battery is used, sulfation forms in them (discharged – recharged). They will quickly produce sulfate if overcharged, undercharged, or left discharged—some after even only a few days.

How to charge a deep cycle battery while driving?
As long as you have a 7-pin travel trailer plug, you may charge your RV batteries while driving in your truck (or any other tow vehicle). And if you own a motorhome, the alternator in your RV should automatically recharge the batteries in both your home and your vehicle while the engine is running (in most models).

How long does it take to charge a deep cycle battery at 2 amps?
A fully discharged deep cycle battery will require 24 hours to obtain 48 amps of charge while charging at 2 amp. A 48 amp deep cycle battery can be fully charged in roughly 4.8 hours at 10 amps.


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