VRLA Battery 12V 160AH | Dimension: 532x206x215x219mm
GRANKIA FG160-12 lead acid deep cycle solar battery 12v 160ah is designed for the prolonged, repeated, and deep charging/discharging cycles needed to store and distribute energy generated. For this reason, car batteries cannot be used as solar power batteries.
If kept in a charged state when unused, the common lifespan of deep cycle solar battery 12V 160AH is up to six years. After five or six years of float voltage at an average ambient temperature of 25 ºC, the battery still retains 80 % of its original capacity.
Grid tied systems do not need batteries unless you want to maintain power during utility grid outages. But for off grid systems, deep cycle solar batteries are essential and will likely be providing 100% of your electricity.
Deep-cycle batteries are popular for off-grid or hybrid solar systems because they can be completely discharged and don’t aren’t damaged as quickly as normal batteries can be.
In most cases, lithium ion batteries are the best option for a solar panel system, though other battery types can be more affordable.
With a modern solar energy system, including power storage, you can definitely run a whole house completely on solar power. Today’s high-efficiency solar panels and solar batteries make it cheaper than ever before to power an entire home exclusively using solar energy.
|Nominal Voltage||12V(6 cells per unit)|
|Design Floating Life @25℃||10 Years|
|Nominal Capacity @25℃(10 hour email@example.comA,10.80V)||160Ah|
|Capacity @25℃||20 hour rate (8.56A,10.5V)||171.2Ah|
|5 hour rate (28.2A,10.5V)||141.0Ah|
|1 hour rate (102.1A,9.6V)||102.1Ah|
|Internal Resistance||Full Charged Battery@25℃||≤4.3mΩ|
|Max. Discharge Current@25℃||1600A(5s)|
|Capacity affected by Temperature
(10 hr Capacity )
|Self-Discharge@25℃ per Month||3%|
|Charge (Constant Voltage) @25℃||Standby Use||Initial Charging Current Less than 32A
|Cycle Use||Initial Charging Current Less than 32A
Discharge Constant Current per Cell (Amperes at 25°C)
Discharge Constant Power per Cell (Watts at 25°C)