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Model # BATT-GEL12-200

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12-Volt 200Ah Deep Cycle Pure GEL Battery for Solar Panels

$ 408 86

Overview

The 12V 200A Renogy Deep Cycle Pure GEL battery is ideal for standby or frequent cyclic discharge applications under extreme environments. The 12V 200Ah Renogy Deep Cycle Pure GEL Battery gives you maximum storage for any solar setup and can deliver 1000 cycles at 50% DOD. Make the most of your solar system with a 12V 200Ah Renogy Deep Cycle Pure GEL Battery!
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Product Overview

The 12V 200A Renogy Deep Cycle Pure GEL battery is ideal for standby or frequent cyclic discharge applications under extreme environments. The 12V 200Ah Renogy Deep Cycle Pure GEL Battery gives you maximum storage for any solar setup and can deliver 1000 cycles at 50% DOD. Make the most of your solar system with a 12V 200Ah Renogy Deep Cycle Pure GEL Battery!
  • Capacity: 200Ah@10hr-rate to 1.75V per cell @25°C
  • Internal Resistance: 5mΩ
  • Self Discharge: ≤2% per month (25°C)
  • Cycle charging Voltage: 14.2V(-24mV/°C) at 25°C
  • Recommended Maximum Charging Current: 40A
  • Terminal:3/8th M8 bolts with 1.25mm thread pitch
  • Material: A.B.S. Containers and Covers
  • Dimension:20.6 x 9.5 x 8.6 in.
  • Container material: A.B.S. UL94-HB, UL94-V0 optional

Product Overview

Model #: BATT-GEL12-200
Internet #: 302560800

The 12V 200A Renogy Deep Cycle Pure GEL battery is ideal for standby or frequent cyclic discharge applications under extreme environments. The 12V 200Ah Renogy Deep Cycle Pure GEL Battery gives you maximum storage for any solar setup and can deliver 1000 cycles at 50% DOD. Make the most of your solar system with a 12V 200Ah Renogy Deep Cycle Pure GEL Battery!

  • Capacity: 200Ah@10hr-rate to 1.75V per cell @25°C
  • Internal Resistance: 5mΩ
  • Self Discharge: ≤2% per month (25°C)
  • Cycle charging Voltage: 14.2V(-24mV/°C) at 25°C
  • Recommended Maximum Charging Current: 40A
  • Terminal:3/8th M8 bolts with 1.25mm thread pitch
  • Material: A.B.S. Containers and Covers
  • Dimension:20.6 x 9.5 x 8.6 in.
  • Container material: A.B.S. UL94-HB, UL94-V0 optional

Info & Guides

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Key Features

Product Overview
Key Features
The 12V 200A Renogy Deep Cycle Pure GEL battery is ideal for standby or frequent cyclic discharge applications under extreme environments. The 12V 200Ah Renogy Deep Cycle Pure GEL Battery gives you maximum storage for any solar setup and can deliver 1000 cycles at 50% DOD. Make the most of your solar system with a 12V 200Ah Renogy Deep Cycle Pure GEL Battery!
  • Capacity: 200Ah@10hr-rate to 1.75V per cell @25°C
  • Internal Resistance: 5mΩ
  • Self Discharge: ≤2% per month (25°C)
  • Cycle charging Voltage: 14.2V(-24mV/°C) at 25°C
  • Recommended Maximum Charging Current: 40A
  • Terminal:3/8th M8 bolts with 1.25mm thread pitch
  • Material: A.B.S. Containers and Covers
  • Dimension:20.6 x 9.5 x 8.6 in.
  • Container material: A.B.S. UL94-HB, UL94-V0 optional

Product Overview

Model #: BATT-GEL12-200
Internet #: 302560800

The 12V 200A Renogy Deep Cycle Pure GEL battery is ideal for standby or frequent cyclic discharge applications under extreme environments. The 12V 200Ah Renogy Deep Cycle Pure GEL Battery gives you maximum storage for any solar setup and can deliver 1000 cycles at 50% DOD. Make the most of your solar system with a 12V 200Ah Renogy Deep Cycle Pure GEL Battery!

  • Capacity: 200Ah@10hr-rate to 1.75V per cell @25°C
  • Internal Resistance: 5mΩ
  • Self Discharge: ≤2% per month (25°C)
  • Cycle charging Voltage: 14.2V(-24mV/°C) at 25°C
  • Recommended Maximum Charging Current: 40A
  • Terminal:3/8th M8 bolts with 1.25mm thread pitch
  • Material: A.B.S. Containers and Covers
  • Dimension:20.6 x 9.5 x 8.6 in.
  • Container material: A.B.S. UL94-HB, UL94-V0 optional

Info & Guides

You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site.

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
20.6 in
Product Height (in.)
9.5 in
Product Width (in.)
8.6 in

Details

Accessory Type
Power Supply
Product Weight (lb.)
132 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3-year material warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
20.6 in
Product Height (in.)
9.5 in
Product Width (in.)
8.6 in

Details

Accessory Type
Power Supply
Product Weight (lb.)
132 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3-year material warranty

Questions & Answers

Is this Batt ok for 2-100w solar panels? I plan to use it for my home computer office. The max wa...

Is this Batt ok for 2-100w solar panels? I plan to use it for my home computer office. The max watts needed when all my equipment is running is ~300 watts. I will use equipment ~5 hrs a day. I live near Chicago to give you the approx. sun coverage for the panels. For my needs, would the 100Ah be sufficient? Thank you
Asked by: allan
Your PV solar panels are not enough for the operation of your computer. Add all the amps needed for each computer item (monitor, computer, printer, backup drives, etc), and divide that number into the 200 of the 200AH. If all needed is 50 amps, then the 200Ah would run your equipment only 4 hours. And 2-100w solar panels will not produce 200AH of power that fast to keep up with your computer use, much less charge your battery(s) at night, or while you are using them. You need to add some wind turbines, after all Chicago winds blow 24-7-365. A 1000w turbine would be good. And about 5-200AH batteries. And it will charge them day or night, solar will not. You can also remove the power pack of your computer and put in a dc power pack (about $50 and looks like a computer mother board, and will plug into your mother board to give you the .5, 1.5, 3.3 and 12 volts dc you need for your computer circuits). It (this dc power board) will draw dc current directly from the batteries, thus NO INVERTER NECESSARY, to change the dc battery power to AC which the computer, monitor, and printers are powered by normally through house circuits. The board is not available for printers or monitors yet, but there are monitors that run on 12v dc power (LEDs). They have a plug that goes into the ac wall socket just like the computer, but they also have a box somewhere along the cord that is a converter (not inverter). Then the little end that comes out of the box plugs into the LED monitor supplying 12v dc power. So you can tap off the batteries directly to this monitor connection with a similar plug end. Some of the little computer like Acer and MiniBox are also set up for the same cord as the LED monitors, so you can run 12v dc directly to the round plug hole in the back of them, and skip using the AC to DC converter box that came with them. You can buy the tips to fit into the back of the LED and mini computers online, with 2 wires coming out of them to connect to your power supply batteries. Use the appropriate module controller to connect them from the batteries to the items. Otherwise you will need about 1000wh of solar collectors, and still won't have enough sun to charge your needs.
Answered by: REC
Date published: 2019-08-26

Greetings, i have two of these batteries and would like to run them in a parallel configuration. ...

Greetings, i have two of these batteries and would like to run them in a parallel configuration. i've watched youtube videos and the process seems simple. My only problem is that I am having trouble figuring out which cables to use. Could someone recommend a pair that would be appropriate (Renogy?) My watt hour usage is mostly TV, stereo and the occasional vacuum cleaner and box fan. My panels deliver plenty of extra juice, as my single of these batteries is always charged by 12pm, even on a partly cloudy day.
Asked by: jeff
Hi Jeff.. I got 1/0 welding cable in my install Mine are in parallel all pos together all neg Together. Get pos from the first batt and neg from the last bat
Answered by: Eduardo
Date published: 2019-11-13

Is this the size battery I need for 2-300 watt 24 volt solar panels

Is this the size battery I need for 2-300 watt 24 volt solar panels
Asked by: KEM
You can use these batteries there 12 V each just wire them in series. Pos neg pos neg
Answered by: Eduardo
Date published: 2019-11-12

How many life cycles at 40% discharge?

Asked by: Javi
There is a chart with a graph.
Answered by: Jamos
Date published: 2019-09-24
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