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Power-Tech Marine AGM Batteries
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Power-Tech Marine AGM Batteries
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Power-Tech Marine AGM Batteries Customer Questions and Answers

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Could several 8a8d batteries be connected in parallel for a 12v battery bank for an off grid solar system

Asked on 01/21/2021 by Joe from undisclosed

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Yes

Answered on 01/26/2021 by Paul
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For how many discharge cycles is the Power-Tech Marine Group 31, 105 Ah battery rated?

Asked on 09/15/2018 by Ken from Massachusetts

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If not discharged below 50% before recharging you should get around 500 cycles.

Answered on 10/01/2018 by JD Tech Team
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Can you tell me what is better 2 X group 31 battery or 1 X D8 Do you have the amp hours , reserve and crank amp difference vs dual group 31 vs 8D

Asked on 02/11/2018 by Mike from Montreal

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For the $ it seems that the 8D is pretty equal or just a little better for all of these factors than 2 x group 31 batteries. An 8D is also heavier and can take a larger area than 2 x group 31 batteries. The safety factor is that if you get 2 group 31 batteries, you can pull off of one or the other, being able to manage your amp hours/usage, and if one battery is exhausted, you still have one to start the engine at full cranking amps.

Answered on 05/16/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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Dont understand what the Group designation means on AGM batteries. I need a new battery for my boat but would like to pick wisely. Can you explain what the 'group' means please?

Asked on 04/17/2017 by Alan from Somerville, MA

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If you open up this item on our website, scroll down and it will list the various sizes for the group designations along with amps and amp hours.

Answered on 04/19/2017 by JD Tech Team
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Looking for a smaller sized 12 volt marine battery just to power my navigation lights on a small skiff and as a back up if I need to start my outboard. Any suggestions or are they all the large marine 12 volt that is a standard?

Asked on 06/26/2013 by Undisclosed

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Can't answer your specific question. However, an excellent battery for powering a small, 40 thrust, electric motor.

Answered on 06/26/2013 by Grant Brown
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