Gel batteries require no maintenance and have a greater lifespan than AGM batteries. They can also be mounted in any orientation thanks to its gelified electrolyte.

Comparison Chart

12V 100AH AGM Battery 12V 200AH AGM Battery 12V 100AH GEL Battery 12V 200AH GEL Battery
Nominal Voltage 12V 12V 12V 12V
Capacity 100Ah@10hr-rate to 10.8V @25°C 200Ah@10hr-rate to 10.8V @25°C 100Ah@10hr-rate to 10.5V @25°C 200Ah@10hr-rate to 10.5V @25°C
Charging Voltage 14.4-14.5V 14.4-14.5V 14.2V 14.2V
Float Voltage 13.5-13.8V 13.5-13.8V 13.5V 13.5V
50% DOD Cycle Life 600 Cycles 600 Cycles 1100 Cycles 1100 Cycles
Operating Temperture Discharge:-15~50°C
Charge:0~40°C
Discharge:-15~50°C
Charge:0~40°C
25°C to 45°C 25°C to 45°C
Container Material ABS ABS ABS ABS
Dimensions 12.0 x 6.8 x 9.0 in 12.0 x 6.8 x 9.0 in 13.2 x 6.8 x 8.5 in 20 .6 x 9.5 x 8.7 in
Weight 66 lbs 129 lbs 60 lbs 128 lbs
  • 1. What size battery do I need?

    We recommend adding all the device wattages used daily and dividing this number by 12V to get a rough estimate on the amount of amperage needed per day.

  • 2. What is the difference between AGM, GEL and Lithium?

    The main difference between these battery types is the price and lifespan. An AGM battery will last approximately 600 cycles, GEL 1100 cycles and Lithium 7000 cycles.

  • 3. Can I wire different battery types and sizes together?

    We recommend wiring batteries that are the same chemistry and amp hour rating. This will limit any efficiency loss due to having different batteries.

  • 4. How do I know if I need to recharge my battery?

    A depleted battery (30%-10%) will read 11.8-11.5 volts and a fully charge battery will read 12.8 volts. We recommend not draining the battery past 50% which is 12.1 volts.