The 12-Volt Battery
The battery that supplies 12 volts to your RV is also called the house battery, and you might have more than one. This type of deep cycle battery powers the home appliances in your RV, like your microwave, refrigerator, and TV.
If you have a towable RV, you only need to keep up with the 12-volt battery. It is important to ensure your battery operates so your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors function.
The Chassis Battery
Also called the starter battery, this is the battery used to run your drivable RV’s engine. It starts the RV’s auto component using large currents over short periods. Your chassis battery has the following properties:
Motorhome Battery Installation From 2 6volt To 4 6volt
When you have a problem keeping a charge on your battery for a longer time, we suggest putting 4 or more batteries in a series-parallel.
This is the after installation on 4 6-volt batteries.
Change from 6 Volt Flooded Battery to 6 Volt Agm Battery
Before Flooded Batteries
With flooded batteries, you have to worry about the corrosion build-up and check the water every month to maintain battery life.
After with AGM Batteries
With the AGM battery, there are no worries about checking the water. The shelf life is longer, the recharge is faster, and it has a longer life span.
L 10.4 W 7.1 L 10.9
20 Hour Rate: 232
Minutes of Discharge @ 75 Amps: 122
Minutes of Discharge @ 25 Amps: 474
Length: 10 1/4” (260mm)
Width: 7 1/8” (181mm)
Height: 11 1/4” (286mm)
205 AMPS 10HRS
L 10.24 W 7.09 H 9.92 WEIGHT 69.44
L 13 W 6.81 H 9.44