Sealed Lead Acid Deep Cycle (12 volt) Batteries
These rechargeable batteries are durable and safe for all 12v energizers.
Will withstand repeated discharges as low as 40% and still recharge fully. A proven reliable battery that we've provided for years.
Use a Digital Battery Meter to determine when 12v batteries need to be recharged.
Use a Battery Recharger to safely recharge any 12v sealed lead acid battery.
- 7 amp: 5.5"L x 2.5"W x 3.5"H
- 12 amp: 6"L x 3.75"W x 3.5"H
- 18 amp: 6.5"L x 3.75"W x 6.5"H
- 26 amp: 7"L x 6.5"W x 5"H
- 33 amp: 7.625"L x 5"W x 7.5"H
- 44 amp: 7.75"L x 6.5"W x 6.5"H
- 66 amp: Supplied as two 33 amp batteries that you will need to connect.
- Use a slow trickle (2 amp or smaller) to recharge them.
- Use with 12 volt units only.
- Draining the battery to below 40% can damage the battery and shorten its lifespan.
NOTE: SLA batteries are a rechargeable battery that if not properly and frequently recharged with a solar panel or 2 amp or smaller trickle charger then these batteries can fail. Failure to recharge correctly and when needed is considered misuse. Both are requirements for these batteries to function as intended/advertised.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
FencingItem #147510 -
Holds solar panels of nearly any size (10 to 70 watts) at 45˚ (for maximum solar response in most conditions) on top of the energizer/battery support box.$27.50
FencingItem #147560 -
Holds solar panels of nearly any size (10 to 70 watts) at 45˚ (for maximum solar response in most conditions) on top of the energizer/battery support box.$31.50
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George M from Wisconsin
Winters get kind of cold up here. Good to have a backup battery in case one starts to go down when the temps get into the negatives.
Thomas C from New York
I always get knowledgeable advice from Premier1, so when they told me that the solar batteries do not usually last more than 2 or three years, and that I could easily test mine with a multimeter, I did just that and saw that my 2.5 year old battery was caput. Ordered a new one, it came right away, well packaged, easy to install (exact same shape and configuration as the first one so I am happy. It is delivering the desired pulse and keeping my sheep in.
Two P from Sylvania, GA
I was so puzzled when my ElectroShock energizer started weakening and then failed. This unit is only on it's 3rd year, surely they last longer than that. Well they do unless your negative wiring harness is not tightly attached to the lead. I guess in all the moves it came loose and I never noticed. The loose harness caused the terminal to corrode. Ordering the new battery actually cost less than it would have cost to go to the next nearest big town to pick it up. It came in 1/2 the time I was expecting. Now it's installed correctly and I know to check the leads every few moves and make sure they are tight.
Bradly R from Virginia
I ordered the 44 amp/hr battery and when it arrived I was pleasantly surprised to see that it was an Interstate battery. That is my battery of choice and I can’t wait to order another one.
David J from Georgia
Solved. All I needed was a new battery. Replace every 3 yrs. Works great, easy to install.