Vmaxtanks Vmaxslr125 AGM Deep Cycle 12v 125ah SLA rechargeable Battery for Use with Pv Solar Panels,Smart chargers wind Turbine and Inverters
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Vmaxtanks specializes in the manufacturing of high quality AGM deep cycle batteries. These batteries offer superior performance and 8-10 years life span in float mode. Please visit FAQ tab at the vmax
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I expected these batteries to last for 3 or 4 years given their usage and they've lasted less than a year. The seller wouldn't honor their warranty. When I replace them I am absolutely going to go with a different company. I hope my experience is helpful to others.
Using CREE led light bulbs, a ceiling fan and a 600W/1000W peak pure sine inverter all charged with a single renogy 100w panel and I am good to go. System has worked perfectly for a year now. Will upgrade to a larger inverter to prevent fan from kicking on and off when load gets a little high. Also plan on adding another battery so I can be a little more reckless with power usage. So nice to walk in cabin and hit switch and have lights after years of white gas lanterns. Using it right now to power broadband and laptop as I write this review.
The 3 battery bank is currently hooked up to a Renogy 40A charge controller on the *sealed acid battery* setting, which best matched the recommended charging rates. It's also connected to the old Xantrex FleetPower 2000 charger/inverter that came with the unit, which we left on its "flooded battery" setting, since it is much closer to the target charging rates than its "gel battery" setting, and never attempts to equalize the batteries without manual intervention (which should NEVER be done to AGM batteries). It is also capable of receiving charge from our dual alternators (through an isolator) which is regulated at a constant 14.3 volts. We can manually disconnect the batteries from the isolator, which is important in the very unlikely scenario that we seriously drain the house batteries (beyond what we ever should) and need to drive before the solar has had time to recharge the house batteries at all. With a low internal resistance, deeply discharged AGM's are subject to charging more rapidly than their ratings if placed on a charger that is only voltage regulated and capable of supplying more current than the bank's max charging current (our banks is charge-rated at 90A total, while our alternators are capable of delivering 220A).
The battery was a bit bigger than my old one, but still fit into the space I dedicated for it. I had to make a small adjustment for the extra height. The bolt terminals were aligned the same way as my old battery so I didn't have to make adjustments for that.
I charge it using a 3 stage charger. It powers my inverter well. I did a test using a DC clamp ammeter and when I plugged in my clothes iron it was able to supply 92.8 amps until the iron got hot enough to trip the thermostat when it reached temp. I power saws, drills, lights and other construction type tools with the battery/inverter combination.