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M3110-S 12V 110Ah Marine Starting Battery ? The M3110-S is a Lithium Ion Battery for the angler who will accept no compromises in a starting battery. ?This is the most cranking power that we can fit in a standard Group 31 case. (13? L x 6.81? W x 8.43? T)
It features one of the most advanced internal battery management systems in the marine industry today. ?This fully integrated digital battery management system insures long life and trouble free service all safely sealed inside a lightweight box. ?This battery?features 1,400 Marine Crank Amps (Eq) and will have no trouble starting most conventional outboard engines on the market today. ?It can safely be?used with any outboard charging system that is AGM and Gel battery compatible.
This 12V 110Ah Marine Starting Battery?has a whopping 260?minutes of reserve capacity,?the highest on the market in a Group 31 case. ?This is the battery of choice for boats with multiple 12? graphs with pro anglers using this battery with up to five graphs running simultaneously.
Having trouble with graphs resetting during an engine crank? ?The high power Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) chemistry used in this battery holds a higher voltage as it is discharged eliminating this ?reset? issue. ?Avoid going to two 12V lead acid batteries when moving to 12? graphs by choosing Lithium Pros!
Charging is simple because your existing 12V AGM battery compatible charger will work fine.*
In spite of all the power contained in this battery, it still ultra lightweight at an amazing 31?pounds!
*Insure the charger?s float voltage is 13.6V or less. ?Do not ?de-sulfate? any lithium ion battery.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (dehp) which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to P65Warnings.ca.gov.