12V100AH MOTOMA GEL Solar Energy Sealed lead acid battery

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Quick Details
Place of Origin:
China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
Model Number:
Gel battery
Nominal Voltage:
329*174*216/222 mm
Nominal Capacity:
Solar battery:
Cyclic use
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Cartons-pallets-20feet container.
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12V100AH GEL BATTERY Solar Energy System  

Storage Battery

Maintenance Free Power

G Series


MOTOMA G (GEL) series batteries are designed to meet the requirements of more frequent cycle demand.

Outstanding performance can be realized at lower and higher temperature applications under severe environment such as some African and Northern European countries.

Through up-to-date GEL technologies, the batteries can have a longer design life of more than 15

years with float charge . MOTOMA adopts German origin high purity fumed silica to form sulfuric acid

thyrotrophic Gel and fill the batteries with vacuum to ensure full penetration of electrolyte through

separators and plate pastes.

Typical Applications:

Solar / wind energy system

Telecommunication system

Radio & broadcasting station

Power plant & power transformer station

Navigator aid signal system

General Features:

Cycle life is 3.5 times longer than AGM battery

High tolerance against extreme temperature applications

Low internal resistance

Low-self discharge characteristic

Safety valve installation for explosion proof

Non-spillable construction design

ABS containers and covers

Flexible designs for multiple installation positions

Design life:15 years(float charge)

Battery TypeVoltage
LengthWidthHeightTotal Height
2V100G100 170 76 213 222 7.0KgF21


12V65G65 350 166 174 174 23.4KgF11/F21
12V70G70 350 166 174 174 23.4KgF11/F21
12V75G75 259 168 208 213 23.5KgF11/F21
12V80G80 259 168 208 213 27.0KgF11/F21
12V90G90 306 169 211 216 30.0KgF21
12V100G100 329 174 216 222 31.5KgF12/F14
12V120G120 407 175 210 240 38.0KgF23
12V150G150 484 170 240 240 45.5KgF23
12V160G160 484 170 240 240 48.0KgF23
12V180G180 520 240 219 224 62.0KgF23
12V200G200 520 240 219 224 65.0KgF10
12V230G230 520 268 203 208 72.5KgF10
12V250G250 520 268 220 225 73.5KgF10
12V260G260 520 268 220 225 74.0KgF10


1,Shipment, delivery and storage 

  • Choose adequate means for shipment, delivery and handle, for the weight of a battery is heavy. Don’t roll and throw a battery pack.
  • Avoiding of up sit- down.
  • Be careful and not damage the terminals and valve plugs.
  • Avoiding of short circuit a battery, since it’s fully charged.
  • Store batteries at dry, clean, well-ventilated are. Batteries can be stored at 0~35°C for 6 months with recharge. Recharge the batteries once if storage period exceeds 6 months.
  • Self-discharge during shipment and storage increase due to higher temperature and poor ventilation. Keep ventilation well and away from heat, flame and spark.
  • Disconnecting batteries from a load and charging system when store the batteries.

2,Environment requirements


  • Temperature range:Charge -10~+50°C,discharge -20~+50°C,storage -10~+40°C;
  • Keep away from flame, heat, spark.
  • Keep away from sunlight and heat sources.
  • Keep away from moisture, water.
  • Not use a battery in a sealed enclosure.

3,Cautions before installing

  • Requirement for batteries in series:Recommended total system voltage limit is no higher than 450 V.
  • Requirement for batteries in parallel:Less than three strings in parallel is recommended.
  • Multi-layer installation:Temperature difference between layer no greater than 3°C. 
  • Clearance:Keep a clearance of 20mm at least between batteries for better heat dissipation.
  • Ventilation:Well ventilation to keep hydrogen level below 0.8%.
  • The favorite ambient temperature for long battery service life is 25±5°C, battery service life shorten half for every 10°C increase above 25°C.

4,Connecting of batteries


  • Use isolated tools for the connecting.
  • Connect batteries first, then connect batteries to charger and load.
  • Connect batteries in a string first, then connect strings in parallel.
  • After connecting the cables with battery terminals, antirust such as vaseline may be applied onto the junction points.