Trojan L16H 6 Volt, 435 AH Deep Cycle Battery
This battery is on back order and should be available again around the end of December or early January 2022. Please email us or give us a call if you have any questions.
L16H 435 Amp-Hour Deep Cycle Battery, 6 volts.
This item ships by truck freight. For the most accurate shipping rates, please email us for a shipping quote or call us at 800-383-0195.
This is the 435 amp-hour, 6-volt deep cycle battery from Trojan, in the L16 size. These can be used in RV's, homes, cabins and most renewable energy systems.
- 6 Volts
- 435 Amp-hours at the 20 hour rate
- Dimensions: 11.625"L x 7.125"W x 16.75"H
- Weight: 121 pounds
- BCI Group Size: L16
Warranty: 1 year
Tips for Maximizing Trojan Deep Cycle Battery Life
Store and operate your batteries in a cool, dry place. For every 10°C (18°F) rise above room temperature (25°C or 77°F), battery life decreases by 50%. Charge your batteries fully after each period of use. Allowing your batteries to sit in a low state of charge for extended periods will decrease their capacity and life. If you store your batteries for an extended period of time, be sure to charge them fully every 3 to 6 months. Lead acid batteries will self-discharge 5% to 15% per month, depending on the temperature of the storage conditions. Monitor battery voltage and specific gravity of the electrolyte regularly to verify full recharging. As a general rule of thumb, the total amps from your PV panels should be sized between 10% and 20% of the total amp-hours (Ah) of the battery pack. Many charge controllers have equalization settings that you can set to help ensure the health of your batteries. Equalize your batteries at least once per month for 2 to 4 hours, longer if your batteries have been consistently undercharged. Water your batteries regularly. Flooded, or wet cell batteries require watering periodically. Check your batteries once a month after installation to determine the proper watering schedule. Add water after fully charging the battery and use distilled water.