Telecom batteries are designed for general back up/solar use and telecom applications; they excellent ‘floor space savers’. The deep cycle AGM telecom series has been designed for use in telecom systems. Similarly, these batteries can help solve limited floor space and access problems.

AGM technology

AGM stands for Absorbent Glass Materials. In these batteries the electrolyte is absorbed into a glass-fibre material between the plates by capillary action.

Low self-discharge

Because of the use of lead calcium grids and high purity materials, Victron VRLA batteries can be stored during long periods of time without recharge. The rate of self-discharge is less than 2% per month at 20⁰C. The self-discharge doubles for every increase in temperature with 10⁰C.

Low Internal Resistance

Accepts very high charge and discharge rates

High cyclic life capability

More than 500 cycles at 50% depth of discharge

VRLA AGM: design life 7-10 years

VRLA GEL: design life 12 years

VRLA GEL 2 Volt cells: design life 20 years

The AGM range has very low internal resistance making them particularly suitable for high current discharge applications such as for inverters.

The GEL model range offer best deep cycle durability and overall longer life. The use of high purity materials and lead calcium grids ensure that for both AGM and Gel products have particularly low self-discharge so that they will not go flat during long periods without charge. Both ranges are supplied with M8 drilled, flat copper terminals ensuring best possible connection contact and eliminating the need for battery terminals. The batteries are compliant with both CE and UL specifications in ABS fireproof containers.