NEW Trojan Reliant AGM Battery Designed to power equipment used in aerial work platforms, floor cleaning, golf, inverters, material handling, oil and gas, recreation, remote telecom, and renewable energy.
As the world’s leading manufacturer of deep-cycle batteries for more than 90 years, Trojan has developed Reliant™ AGM with C-Max Technology™ for a wide range of applications which will benefit from its true deep-cycle design, which provides excellent sustained performance and total energy output.
Trojan’s deep-cycle Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) maintenance-free batteries feature a number of design elements to provide optimum performance. Robust plates and separators extend the life-cycle of Trojan’s deep-cycle AGM batteries while a computer-generated grid design is optimized for high-power density. Trojan’s deep-cycle AGM batteries are low temperature tolerant, shock and vibration resistant and have a low internal resistance for higher discharge current and higher charging efficiency.
Reliant AGM Provides True Deep-Cycle Performance and Maximum Total Energy
C-Max Technology Delivers the Maximum Total Energy Output in AGM Technology
Manufactured in Sandersville, Georgia to the Exacting Standards Trojan Battery is Known for
Technical Data for Trojan Deep Cycle AGM Batteries
BCI Group Size Type
CapacityB Amp Hours
6 Volt Reliant™ Deep-Cycle AGM Batteries with C-Max Technology™
The number of minutes a battery can deliver when discharged at a constant rate at 80°F (27°C) and maintain a voltage above 1.75 V/cell. Capacities are based on peak performance.
The amount of amp-hours (AH) a battery can deliver when discharged at a constant rate at 80°F (27°C) for the 20-Hour and 86°F (30°C) for the 5-Hour rate and maintain a voltage above 1.75 V/cell. Capacities are based on peak performance.
Dimensions are based on nominal size. Dimensions may vary depending on type of handle or terminal. Batteries to be mounted with .5 inches (12.7mm) spacing minimum.
C.C.A. (Cold Cranking Amps) – the discharge load in amperes which a new, fully charged battery can maintain for 30 seconds at 0°F at a voltage above 1.2 V/cell.
C.A. (Cranking Amps) – the discharge load in amperes which a new, fully charged battery can maintain for 30 seconds at 32°F at a voltage above 1.2 V/cell. This is sometimes referred to as marine cranking amps @ 32°F or M.C.A. @ 32°F.
Dimensions taken from bottom of the battery to the highest point on the battery. Heights may vary depending on type of terminal.