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100AH Trojan 31 AGM Line VRLA Deep cycle Batteries on Special.

1,000 CYCLES @ 50 % DOD

Specs are here.

Brochure is here.

R 2 450.00 ex VAT per battery, delivery can be arranged depending on where you are based.


T&C: I do not know AGM technology, so you must want them for a reason and therefor you know everything there is to know about AGM batteries.

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4 minutes ago, The Terrible Triplett said:

100AH Trojan 31 AGM Line VRLA Deep cycle Batteries on Special.

1,000 CYCLES @ 50 % DOD

Specs are here.

Brochure is here.

R 2 450.00 ex VAT per battery, delivery can be arranged depending on where you are based.


T&C: I do not know AGM technology, so you must want them for a reason and therefor you know everything there is to know about AGM batteries.

AGM is merely a sealed battery ;) Yes, yes, I know there are some differences between the AGM and the batteries you're used to know, but the main distinguishing factor is that it's sealed. 

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10 minutes ago, SilverNodashi said:

AGM is merely a sealed battery ;) Yes, yes, I know there are some differences between the AGM and the batteries you're used to know, but the main distinguishing factor is that it's sealed. 

Generally AGM batteries can be charged faster/ discharged faster and last for a shorter period of time. The are some long lasting AGMs but in general 800-1200 cycles @ 50% DOD. While charging AGMs gassing voltage must always be in the back of your mind.

Addition: AGMs are also less vulnerable to sulphation.

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13 minutes ago, Chris Hobson said:

While charging AGMs gassing voltage must always be in the back of your mind.

Ditto.

Also read on the web yesterday, from a very respected resource, that as the AGM's get older, they can start gassing. It is advisable to ensure they are well ventilated and kept under same conditions as say T105RE's.

I mean, they are VRLA (Valve Regulated Lead Acid).

So in MY mind, unless you have a specific reason for them, T105RE's are better value just on cycles, in my opinion, therein my disinterest in AGM technology for my purposes.

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