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Victron 12V/130Ah AGM Deep Cycle Battery

Victron 12V/130Ah AGM Deep Cycle Battery

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Victron 12V/130Ah AGM Deep Cycle Battery

VRLA (Valve Regulated Lead Acid) technology is characterized by sealed and maintenance-free batteries, where gas is allowed to escape through safety valves only in the event of overcharging or cell failure. AGM (Absorbent Glass Mat) batteries are a type of VRLA battery that utilizes a glass-fiber mat to absorb the electrolyte, making them suitable for delivering short bursts of high currents. Gel batteries, another type of VRLA battery, have the electrolyte immobilized in a gel form, offering a longer service life and better cycle capacity. Victron VRLA batteries exhibit low self-discharge, with a rate of less than 2% per month at 20°C, allowing them to be stored for up to a year without requiring recharging under cool conditions. These batteries also demonstrate exceptional deep discharge recovery, meaning they can recover well even after experiencing deep or prolonged discharge. The capacity of VRLA batteries varies with the discharge current, with gel batteries having a lower effective capacity at high discharge currents. Battery charging methods differ based on the intended use: a 3-step charge curve is commonly used for cyclic applications, while constant voltage float charging is suitable for standby use. Victron Energy provides warranties and offers guidance on proper battery usage to ensure optimal performance.

Victron 12V/130Ah AGM Deep Cycle Battery

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Victron 12V/130Ah AGM Deep Cycle Battery

Victron's four-step adaptive charge curve addresses the main issues of the traditional three-step curve:
Battery Safe Mode: Limits the voltage increase rate to prevent excessive gassing, reducing internal gassing to a safe level.
Variable absorption time: Calculates the absorption time based on the duration of the bulk stage, ensuring the battery is fully charged.
Storage mode: After absorption, the voltage is lowered to a float or standby level. If no discharge occurs within 24 hours, the voltage is further reduced for storage, minimizing positive plate corrosion. Battery Refresh mode periodically increases the charge voltage to compensate for self-discharge.

Victron 12V/130Ah AGM Deep Cycle Battery Specification:

Article number V Ah C5 (10.8V) Ah C10 (10.8V) Ah C20 (10.8V) lxwxh mm Weight kg CCA @0°F RES CAP @80°F Terminals
BAT412015080 12 13 14 15 151 x 100 x 103 4,1 Faston
BAT412025081 12 22 24 25 181 x 77 x 175 6,5 M5 insert
BAT412038081 12 34 36 38 267 x 77 x 175 9,5 M5 insert
BAT412060081 12 52 56 60 224 x 135 x 178 14 300 90 M5 insert
BAT412110081 12 82 90 100 260 x 168 x 215 26 500 170 M6 insert
BAT412112081 12 105 114 125 330 x 171 x 214 33 550 220 M8 insert
BAT412117081 12 145 153 170 336 x 172 x 280 45 600 290 M8 insert
BAT412123081 12 200 210 230 532 x 207 x 226 57 700 400 M8 insert


Is the Victron 12V/130Ah AGM Deep Cycle Battery suitable for deep cycle applications?

Yes, this battery is specifically designed for deep cycle applications. It is well-suited for powering devices that require sustained, continuous power over extended periods, such as electric trolling motors, RVs, marine applications, and off-grid solar systems.

Does the Victron 12V/130Ah AGM Deep Cycle Battery require regular maintenance?

AGM batteries are sealed and maintenance-free. The Victron 12V/130Ah AGM Deep Cycle Battery does not require adding water or checking electrolyte levels. However, it is still important to ensure proper charging and storage conditions to maximize battery life.

Can the Victron 12V/130Ah AGM Deep Cycle Battery be used in parallel or series configurations?

Yes, these batteries can be connected in parallel to increase the overall capacity or in series to increase the overall voltage. When connecting batteries in parallel or series, it is crucial to ensure that all batteries are of the same type, age, and capacity for optimal performance.