Trojan SSIG 06 255 (T-105) Solar Signature Deep Cycle Golf Cart Battery
Trojan Battery Company
6V, 229AH Flooded Lead Acid Battery
SSIG 06 255 (T-105) Golf Cart Battery
Need a golf cart battery? The T-105 6 Volt battery is the go-to battery for golf carts, and built for performance. With the T-105 battery, you can rest assured that your golf cart will be the least of your worries during the game on the green. Trojan invented the golf cart battery back in 1952, and ever since then has been making quality batteries that outshine their competition. These T-105 batteries are Trojan's flagship line and are a clean, reliable power source for golf carts, electric vehicles, RVs, marine, or anything mobile.
The T2 line of deep-cycle flooded batteries is the flagship of Trojan’s product portfolio. Engineered to provide rugged durability and outstanding performance, Trojan’s T2 lineup is perfectly suited for use in renewable energy systems where lowest life-cycle cost is the key consideration. An all around power house, the T2 line features Trojan’s historically-proven engineering with T2 Technology, an advanced battery technology for maximum sustained performance, longer life and increased total energy.
Trojan combines a thicker internal grid with their robust Maxguard T2 separator and high density paste to create an exceptional battery that outperforms its competitors. Their advanced battery technology results in a longer battery life with lower maintenance costs, making it a great option for any renewable energy system.
|BCI Group Size||Type||Capacity Amp-Hours (20-Hr Rate)||Voltage||Length||Width||Height||Weight|
|GC2||SSIG 06 255||229 AH||6 V||10.375"||7.125"||10.875"||62 lbs.|
The most important characteristic to consider when purchasing a deep-cycle battery for a renewable energy application is cycle life. This is usually measured as the number of discharge/charge cycles the battery can provide before its capacity drops to a specified percentage of its rated capacity (i.e. 50%). Batteries from different manufacturers may have the same capacity and energy content and be similar in weight, but design, materials, process, experience and quality control have a big influence on how long the battery will cycle. When comparing two batteries of equal Ah capacity and cost, a battery capable of 1,000 cycles is effectively half the total life cost of one that is only capable of 500 cycles.