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What is the difference between a deep cycle battery and a regular battery?
Typically, a deep cycle battery will have two or three times the RC of a car battery, but will deliver one-half or three-quarters the CCAs. In addition, a deep cycle battery can withstand several hundred total discharge/recharge cycles, while a car battery is not designed to be totally discharged.
How many years does a deep cycle battery last?
As for deep cycle batteries, the lifespan really depends on the type. An AGM class battery will last anywhere from four to seven years, while a deep cycle gel cell battery can last from two to five years. Floored lead acid types have the greatest life expectancy, as these batteries can last from four to eight years.
There are different types of deep cycle batteries such as:
- flooded batteries,
- gel batteries.
- AGM batteries (Absorbed Glass Mat); and.
- more recently – lithium-ion.
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