HT2-800 AGM VRLA Battery (2V Series)
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Voltage: 2V
Capacity: 100Ah to 3000Ah
Designed Service Life: 12-15years (Designed floating service life at 25℃)

Long Life Battery is a general purpose battery with 20 years design life in float service. With heavy duty grids, thicker plates, special additives and updated AGM valve regulated technology, the RL series
battery provides consistent performance and long service life. The new grid design effectively reduces the internal resistance, which provides higher specific energy density and excellent high rate discharge characteristics. It is suitable for communications back-up power and EPS/UPS applications .

Model: HT2-800
Capacity: 800Ah
Volt: 2V
Size: 410×175×340×340 mm

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HT2-800 AGM VRLA Battery

General Features:
● Sealed and Maintenance-free Operation
● Special alloy grids
● Exceptional Deep Discharge Recovery
● Low Self-discharge
● Oxygen recombination efficiency rate: >=98%
● Solid Copper Terminals


What causes AGM batteries to fail?
AGM batteries, especially OPTIMA batteries, may eventually stop working. When a starting battery is employed in a deep cycling application, failures frequently occur. AGM batteries that appear to be damaged are frequently fine. Simply put, they are deeply discharged.

Is an AGM battery the same as a lead acid battery?
AGM batteries have six cells, each of which has plates with insulating separators, and are comparable to conventional lead-acid batteries in this regard. The main distinction is that an AGM battery’s separators are formed of an absorbed glass mat, a substance that soaks up the battery’s acid solution.

How do you tell if a battery is sealed, gel, or flooded?
Sealed VS 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.

I need a deep cycle battery. What is the type that I can use?
Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries are the most contemporary variety of lithium batteries (LiFePO4). Deep cycle applications, such as solar energy banks and backup power systems, commonly employ LiFePO4 batteries.

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).

Is it better to charge a deep cycle battery slow or fast?
Instead, it will display full charge much before the battery really reaches its maximum capacity. In contrast, a slow charge is ideal for deep cycle batteries since it avoids heat buildup and guarantees that the battery’s full capacity is attained.

How to charge a marine deep cycle battery?
We advise using Ionic single chargers and Ionic bank chargers for lithium deep cycle batteries. LiFePO4 marine batteries are charged using these chargers. It’s smart charging. They continue to charge at a constant rate until the batteries are fully charged, at which point they stop.

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 seven years with proper care, although flooded batteries normally last three to five years.


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