Firefly 12V Group 31 AGM Deep Cycle Battery
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Firefly 12V Group 31 AGM Deep Cycle Battery

110 Ah, 600 CCA | Foam Plate Technology | Max Float 13.4 Volts

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Overview
Firefly’s award-winning, patented technology is an innovative material science that removes almost all limitations of current lead-acid battery products.
Firefly discovered that much of the lead in the traditional grid structure of conventional batteries can be replaced with a totally new type of grid material, carbon foam. The main improvement of the carbon foam construction is that it resists sulfation and corrosion while dramatically increasing the surface area of the battery plates.

Unparalleled resistance to sulfation – sulfation is what usually kills AGM batteries. The Oasis carbon foam AGM can operate or be stored at a partial state of charge for long periods of time without a loss in capacity.

Firefly Group 31 Battery features...
• Depth of discharge to 80-100% of rated capacity without any loss of performance
• Superior life cycling – capable of 3x the number of deep discharge cycles than that of other lead acid batteries
• Strong performance in extreme cold and heat– performance range is -20° C to 50° C (-4° - 122°F)
• Fast bulk charging; topping up is seldom required
• Greater usable capacity– you can replace your existing bank with a smaller Oasis bank due to its deep discharge capability
• Throughput efficiency greater than 90%
• Improved high/low temperature performance
• Lowest cost of ownership
• Industry leading warranty
• Compatible with existing lead acid battery recycling infrastructure
• Outstanding long life even under partial state of charge operation

NOTE — Like any battery, Firefly batteries need to be charged at the proper voltage to take advantage of their long service life capabilities.
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*

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).

* At 77°F - you should compensate for any temperature difference; refer to the User Manual for instructions.

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