Sealed AGM 12volt 34AH Cyclic Battery

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battery works ok , fast service , received it next as requested.
By dennis wilding on Mar 20, 2019
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Description

Ideal match for the Geo 2 Mains Free Solar Lighting Kit.

Dimensions: L 189mm x W 127mm x H 185mm

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Product ID: SS9092
Weight: 11.15 kg

Frequently Asked Questions

Question:
Hi, Is it necessary to install a battery to the Geo 2 kit? How long will the light last with no battery?
By Paul Blenkinsop on Apr 24, 2019
Answer:

Yes, otherwise the light would only last if the panel had light creating power. The power output from the panel would also be variable on the amount of light hitting the panel, this would be a problem for lighting. 

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Question:
I've just pruchased the Geo 2; before I purchase your battery (34AH) and a charge controller can you tell me if I would be able to also run a greenhouse heater off this as well as the light with the Geo 2?
By Elaine on Oct 16, 2018
Answer:

Its unlikely to work well with a heater. Most heaters need Kw of power vs Two 40w equivalent LED bulbs.  If you found a 12v heater with low power usage it could work

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Question:
hello i have the geo 2 kit and was thinking of buying this battery, will i need a charge controller if i buy this or as it has a larger capacity would it just hold the extra charge etc?
By elaine on Feb 20, 2018
Answer:

Generally, you will not need a charge controller for the GEO 2. If you are likely to not be using the lights (or whatever you are powering) for long periods of time I'd suggest getting a charge controller or simply disconnecting the panel. Overcharging the battery reduces the battery life.  

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