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Deep-cycle batteries meet solar application needs

Deep-cycle batteries meet solar application needs

Trojan Battery Company announces the expansion of its AGM product line for the renewable energy (RE) market space with the launch of the U1-AGM and 22-AGM models. The new deep-cycle AGM batteries address the power needs of renewable energy off-grid and grid-tied solar home systems, solar lighting, industrial, and backup power applications that require daily battery cycling capabilities. The addition of the U1-AGM and 22-AGM models expands Trojan’s current AGM line to now feature a wider variety of battery sizes.

The new U1-AGM and 22-AGM are designed to address a diverse range of solar applications from roadway and area lighting, traffic signs, and security lighting, to off-grid and grid-tied solar home systems, industrial, and backup power applications. In addition, the new AGM batteries are suitable for solar systems in remote locations that have no access to the grid or where it is too expensive to pull power to a particular area. In these applications, reliable power and low maintenance are key factors that contribute to the overall performance and maintenance of the system.

The U1-AGM and the 22-AGM are maintenance-free and distinguished by a number of design elements that optimize performance. A unique combination of thick plates and grid design as well as a glass fiber separator provides high power density enhancing battery performance and extending the cycle life of the batteries. Trojan’s deep-cycle AGM batteries are low temperature tolerant, and shock and vibration resistant. They also have a low internal resistance for higher discharge current and higher charging efficiency making them a good choice for many applications.

For more information, contact Trojan Battery Co., 12380 Clark St., Sante Fe Springs, CA 90670. Phone: (562) 236-3038.

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