I have not heard of them. I got 4 NAPA inverter batteries for that price and very happy with their performance and seemingly almost no use of water. I check them periodically but they only need drops of battery watter every 4 months
To be honest: Never heard about them but i bought another brand from pricemart several month ago and they were total crap.
Also 9,700 is very expensive for a unknown Battery ! You can get a "Trojan Rojo" for 10,700 RD$ at Almacenes Unidos and than you have by far the best Battery in the market. Why taking a change for saving only 1,000 RD$ per battery !?
If it were me I'd have to try the gel batteries or maybe even better, lithium batteries? They last much longer than acid or gel batteries.Ihave a total of 6 inversors to maintain, 2 with 4 batteries and 4 with two bayyeries each. All except one have trojan T105 batteries. I just had the batteries in the one in my house give up. They are 5 years old so in my quest to get new ones I though I would explore the options. My MIL has Gel batteries with his inverter but they are expensive, though very reliable.
Then you would need a new inverter/charger with the correct profile to charge those batteries as well.If it were me I'd have to try the gel batteries or maybe even better, lithium batteries? They last much longer than acid or gel batteries.
Here's one for 27K. (equal to 2 lead batteries)
Just get Trojan T 105 batteries.
Then you would need a new inverter/charger with the correct profile to charge those batteries as well.
12voltios 100ah equivalente a 2 baterías de plomo. PRECIO: 27,000
is 12V X 100ah = 1,200 kWh of power
Two Trojan T105's spec'd at 225 ah at 6 volts would be 2 X 225ah X 6V = 2,700 kWh of power.
If you use the 50% maximum discharge level recommended for lead-acid batteries so you don't kill them quickly you are closer at 1,350 kWh if you
can discharge those batteries to zero.
Which I guess is close enough.
But don't forget to get the new inverter/charger for those new batteries.
My Trace 235's are heading for their 5th anniversary and seem to be doing well (ever since I replaced the bad one)I will stick with Trojan batteries for he moment.
I would get rid of my battery/ inverter system completely if there were not so many Edenorte "maintenance" outages.
A long time ago in Sosua the first time I bought 8 red trojan batteries for my 5500watt inverter. The batteries have lasted more than 6 years. Then I bought 8 more at Sirena. I kept them for more than 6 years too. Then as the Trojan 105s became more expensive, I bought INTERSTATE made in the USA. I have had them for more than 5 years and they are still alive.