The EverStart marine battery is the heavy-duty type. Compared to the basic lead acid type which delivers huge energy but less sustaining, the marine or deep cycle types are capable of delivering constant rate of energy for a longer period of time. So if you need long lasting power for your vehicle or even household power needs, this is the best type to choose.
The batteries EverStart range from trolling motors to large diesel engines for autos, landscaping equipment and marines. Specifications for marine batteries include warranties, applications and general care and maintenance.
EverStart marine batteries provide boats with energy in three ways: as lighting batteries to supply the onboard electrical system, as power-transmission batteries for an electrical outboard engine or as energy supplies for electrical boats.
EverStart sells maintenance-free batteries, so you do not have to add distilled or deionized water to them. In fact, opening the ports to the cells can void the battery’s warranty. Store batteries in a cool, clean and dry environment elevated from the floor. Be sure to not leave the batteries connected to the marine vehicle when in long-term storage. Use a wire brush and specified acid cleaner to clean the terminals.
Deep Cycle vs. Wet Cell
The EverStart marine battery, is a wet-cell battery for starting. Dry and gel batteries do not have fill caps on the top of the battery. The wet-cell battery will die much faster than a deep-cycle battery if it is used for a trolling motor. On the other hand, the EverStart Maxx marine battery is a deep-cycle battery and is ideal for a trolling motor.
The EverStart has a varied lineup. EverStart makes most of its marine batteries for large engine boats or simple trolling motors.Their line of starting and deep-cycle batteries is made for small-to-medium-sized boats. The deep-cycle batteries are designed to discharge heavily and provide a stable stream of current, while the EverStart starting battery unleashes small bursts of energy, which is better for powering a large boat. Jet skis and snowmobiles use lead- and acid-based batteries, and some newer models of marine recreational vehicles use absorbed glass-mat batteries (also lead-based).
The range of batteries is presented in 4 types:
Batteries for electric motors with thickened plates are more resistant to oxidation when discharged, they are shakeproof due to the special construction of the plates with fiberglass. Traction batteries for boat engines are able to give energy for a long time, withstanding the harmful effects of deep discharges, and as a result they have been widely used in marine and river vessels.
When choosing a battery for a boat electric motor, you need to consider the type of engine itself. There are electric motors working from 12 and 24 volts. In the latter case, you need two 12 volt batteries connected in series. If you have an ICE on the boat and an electric motor, then it is recommended to use the starting (on the ICE) and traction (on the electric motor) batteries. Naturally, the two batteries are more expensive to buy, but in the long term they will last longer.
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