Firefly 2V/4V L16 AGM Deep Discharge Battery Cell
Firefly 2V or 4V Group L16 Carbon Foam AGM Deep Discharge Battery Cell
warning
Share THIS PAGE:

Firefly 2V/4V L16 AGM Deep Discharge Battery Cell

2V 900 Amp Hr or 4V 450 Amp Hr | High Capacity, Manageable Size | Max Float 2.23 Volts Per Cell

Availability: Make a selection

Sku# Make a selection
Item ID Make a selection
Mfg# Make a selection
loading image
Checking for Price and Availability
Overview
Ideal for large yachts, off-grid wind or solar, and power systems back-up, these 94 lb high capacity cells can be wired as 2 volt - 900 Ah or 4 volt - 450 Ah† units to create very high capacity, yet physically manageable batteries.
These cells represent a compelling solution for installations requiring high capacity batteries, especially high cycle life (400 more cycles than the Firefly G31 to 80% DOD), or installations with space issues - available height but restricted L x W base area.

These cells are constructed using Firefly’s unique Microcell™ Carbon Foam negative plate construction, which has revolutionized the battery industry.
Compared to the pure lead negative plates found in all (fully charged) lead-acid batteries, the innovative carbon foam negative plates in Firefly batteries are more durable and also offer dramatically higher surface area due to their honeycombed (micro cell) internal structure.

More surface area means more chemical reactions per second - for much faster charging, better engine starting performance, and deeper discharge capability.

Another advantage of the increased surface area in Firefly's Microcell technology is more evenly distributed chemical reactions - for significantly lower internal temperatures during use.
It is well established that heat kills batteries, and the lower operating temperatures in Firefly batteries result in dramatically increased service life - often up to 3 to 4 times that of normal AGM or Gel batteries!

Of particular importance is that Firefly batteries offer outstanding long life even under partial state-of-charge operation — where, due to the length of time it takes, battery charging is stopped before a full charge has been achieved.
This type of usage is typical in most real-life applications, and is a significant factor in decreased capacity and premature battery failure.
Firefly batteries eat partial state-of-charge use for lunch — no damage at all.

Firefly battery features —
• Excellent performance in both engine starting and deep cycle applications
• Increased energy efficiency - for fast recharge to full capacity
• Deeper discharge capabilities than lead acid batteries
• More cycles per battery - for a significantly longer service life - even under partial state of charge operation
• High energy density (high power-to-weight ratio) - so they are smaller than other batteries with the same amp-hour rating
• Particularly high resistance to battery killing sulfation - for worry-free off-season storage
• Better performance under extreme conditions - offering a 126°F range of operating temperatures
• Sealed - requires no maintenance
• High initial expense, but less than half the cost, per cycle, of traditional batteries over the lifespan of the battery

More details…
• Continuous power is available throughout the discharge process for true deep-cycle performance to power vessel or RV "house loads"
• Capable of fast recharge to full capacity
• More uniform current density distribution for increased utilization of active material
• More uniform current density distribution for less localized corrosion and plate material depletion near the battery terminals - as is found in traditional batteries
• Higher retention of capacity in cold temperatures
• Very strong internal structure has excellent resistance to vibration - an issue with traditional batteries
• Unmatched ability to recover from extended storage in discharged state
• Can be installed in any orientation (except inverted)
• Available with Battery Energy Management System (BEMS) by special order; please inquire at 800-426-6930
• Industry leading warranty - up to 6 years pro-rated for RV and marine applications - click here for warranty details
• Compatible with existing lead acid battery recycling best practices

NOTE — Like any battery, Firefly batteries need to be charged at the proper voltage to take advantage of their long service life capabilities. The easiest way to damage these batteries is to have a high float voltage.
At 2 volts, the maximum charge voltage is 2.40V and the maximum float voltage is 2.23 volts*.
At 4 volts, the maximum charge voltage is 4.80V and the maximum float voltage is 4.46 volts*.
At 12 volts, the maximum charge voltage is 14.4V and the maximum float voltage is 13.4 volts*.
* These values are measured at 77°F - you should compensate for any temperature difference; see technical literature referenced in this entry.

Not suggested for use in applications where an outboard motor will directly charge the batteries. If you have outboard motors, you may need a separate DC to DC charger to provide the appropriate charge profile for Firefly batteries (see related products).



† Measured at 20 hr discharge rate.

Manufacturer Resources
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

© Copyright Fisheries Supply Company 2013. All rights reserved.
Host-Name:410506-FISHERIE