- Deep Cycle Battery 12V 100 Amp Hour Sealed Lead Acid Rechargeable ; Parcel: 1 x Battery (screws included, but no wire harness or mounting).
- Dimensions: 12.99x 6.73x 8.43 inches (Replace UB121000, Renogy 100 AMP Hour). High Performance, Deep Cycle: Long Service Life and Deep Discharge Recover.
- Used For Solar Panel Wind Off-Grid Applications, RV House Van Camping Trip, Travel Trailer, Mini Kota/Cobra/Sevylor Trolling Motor, Back-up Sump Pump, Electric Mobility Scooter Wheelchair.
- Also For Electric Vehicles, Golf Carts, Hunting, Lawn and Garden Tools, Portable Tools, Toys and Hobby, UPS System, Industrial and Medical Equipment,Emergency Lighting, Leisure, Alarm Security and more.
- TL12100 or LFP12100 You Will Receive, Send Randomly,They Are the Same Quality,But Different Production Batches. We aim for quality followed up with quality customer service, Amazon doesn’t deal with the return of battery-related products, so please contact the seller directly. Weize support team is on standby for YOU.
, Weize 12V 100AH Deep Cycle AGM SLA VRLA Battery for Solar System RV Camping Trolling Motor, in Series 24V 36V 48V, 184.99, USD,
12.99 x 6.73 x 8.34 inches
|Item Package Quantity|
AGM SLA Battery, Deep cycle, Universal for most purposes, Rechargeable, Maintenance free
|Battery Cell Type|
Sealed Lead Acid
1 Year Warranty
Kevin Johnson –
These batteries are 50 amp hour batteries posing as 100 amp hour batteries. As someone else stated the standard rating is 100 amp/20 hours.
D. Ridenhour –
I’m not sure what to make of these batteries… I have two of them, for the moment at least… every battery tester/analyzer I hook them up to says one is at 47% health and the other is at 48% health when I do a test for 100ah battery. Every other agm battery (literally dozens of 35ah and 100ah batteries) I have tested with any of my equipment have returned 100% health when new and only showed less as they aged.
Something wrong with the batteries? Something wrong with three different testers? or are these batteries doing something weird that makes these tests fail?
Anyone encountered this? I really want to like this battery and have a use for several of them at a few locations but If they are indeed ‘good’ I have no means of quickly testing them in the future which makes them hard enough to maintain that they will be returned.
These are 50ah batteries. I tested these and I get 5ah @ 10% battery discharge which equates to 25ah @ 50% discharge and since you should only discharge to 50% that means that this is a 50ah and not 100. Something about the label that states 12V 100Ah/10 hr is confusing and misleading. You cannot return batteries so while they may be good (still unproven) 50ah batteries (25ah @ 50%), they are not 100.
Update: 12:30:2020 – Had these batteries for almost a year. I brought 4 of them and even together (100 Ah) they drop out quickly. Get something else because once you buy them you can’t return them