Platinum 110 AH Leisure Battery
Platinum 110 AH Leisure Battery As a leisure enthusiast you will want to enjoy every minute you spend in the great outdoors. Whether you are on the trail of historic sites, touring National Parks, enjoying a festival or exploring the countries of Europe, you need to ensure you have a reliable portable power solution best suited to your type of leisure break.
Choosing the right Leisure battery is about understanding your portable power usage, which will be influenced by a number of factors including: The Size / Berth of your Motorhome / Caravan Electrical usage – use of additional electrical loads Length of time battery is used as the primary power source without recharge Frequency and duration of your break Brand Platinum Voltage 12 Volts Technology Wet Sealed Capacity 110 Ah.
Length 330 mm Width 178 mm Height inc. terminals 240 mm Weight 24 KG
Information and how to care for your Leisure Battery
Platinum Leisure batteries are amongst some of the highest quality batteries on the market. If you take care of your battery, it will give you many years of reliable service.
How do I take care of my battery?
Standing doing nothing, is what will shorten the life of your battery, It is recommended you either keep it on trickle charge, or fully charge the battery once a month.
Always check the charge state of your battery, at least one week before your holiday (12.6v is fully charged). To charge your battery fully from flat can take up to a week. So always make sure your battery is charged before you go.
Ensure that when you are charging your battery you are using a Leisure Battery Charger. Please also make sure that the charger you are using matches your battery.
If you find your battery is flat you will need to charge the battery for at least four consecutive days, depending how strong the charger is.
Your Built in Caravan Charger
Most Caravans/Motorhomes, have a built in trickle charger. This will not fully charge your battery from flat, however it is designed to keep your fully charged battery ‘topped up’, while you are attached to a mains site or travelling.