There are many reasons you might need a good compact deep cycle battery. Perhaps you need to power a winch, or trolling motor on your boat. You could also need a storage battery for solar power applications like lighting your workshop or getaway cabin.
But as long as the list of possible uses for a deep cycle battery is; the list of different battery options can be just as long, if not longer. So which one will suit your needs, and what about this Interstate SLA (sealed lead acid) battery?
We are here to take some of the guesswork out of the buying process. In this review we take a look at what this interstate sealed lead acid battery offers. We will cover its features and give you an overview of the best things about this powerful guy.
We will also tell you where it needs to improve before it will be absolutely perfect. After we give you the good and the bad, we will give you a verdict about the power this battery really has. You can then clearly decide if this battery is suitable for your power needs, whether it is on your boat, in a wheelchair or for a winch.
It is a 12 volt battery with an amperage of 35 Ah. It is a self-contained battery so you won’t have to do additional maintenance and can mount it at any angle. It is a standard lead-acid option that is quite compact for its power output.
It has also been cleared to be used with transport devices on land, water and in the air. So anywhere you plan to go, really. But let’s take a look at its pros and cons so you can make the best choice for your needs.
Although Interstate SLA (sealed lead acid) battery is designed for use in wheelchairs, it can also be a good battery for a trolling motor on small fishing boat. It is relatively lightweight and compact with enough power to run steadily for quite a length of time. From pontoon boats to winches on ATV’s this battery has quite a bit of power for a range of applications.
It holds it charge well and you will be able to recharge it alternative energy such as 15 Watt solar panels. It also is not incredibly heavy for a battery that offers higher amperage, so it won’t weigh down a boat too much. On top of that it really is reasonably priced.
On the negative side this battery will not fit any and all applications, it will for instance not fit in most golf cart compartments. It connects with a nut and bolt rather than a single bolt connection and this can cause a little frustration.
After about a year of use it can start to show the wear and tear and may fail. It can also show leaks after a year or two so you will need to treat it well. Even though it is maintenance free, it will be good to keep an eye on temperatures and so on, especially when you recharge it.
Interstate offers you a 12V battery with a good amperage of 35ah. It has a few really good points in its favor, but there are also a few concerns to keep in mind, like its size, the way it connects and the fact that its longevity might not be that great.
On the other hand it really is well priced, offers excellent power for its size and holds a charge well. Exactly what you need a battery to do. It can be used on a variety of vehicles and motors and you can recharge it with solar panels for alternative energy off the grid.
Originally posted 2017-08-02 20:17:42.