The reliable, lightweight Bosch lawn and garden batteries are maintenance free, compact, durable and engineered for all-season use.
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AGM stands for Absorbent Glass Mat Technology.
VRLA stands for Valve-Regulated Lead Acid. AGM batteries are also knows as VRLA batteries.
AGM technology was developed in the 1980's for the military to improve performance and reliability of the batteries. AGM is a trademark of Bosch.
Regulations and gas prices are driving new vehicle technology which require a new breed of battery. Consumers are demanding more power from their vehicles with all the modern power hungry accessories such as heated seats, steering wheels, mirrors and windshields, DVD players, GPS Navigation, on board computers, cell phone chargers et.
YES. AGM™ is a Bosch Trademark.
EnergyLife™ Technology uses advanced ingredients (graphite additives) for the material mix of the lead paste.
Key Benefits of graphite additive:Maximizes capacity to sustain life over time
How does it work?
The C3 battery charger/maintainer charges 6V/12V batteries with a capacity between 1.2 and 120 Ah while the C7 battery charger/maintainer charges 12V/24V batteries with a capacity between 14 and 230 Ah. The C7 also has a regeneration mode, constant current mode, and a memory function that the C3 charger/maintainer does not have.
No. EnergyLife™ technology is a patented technology and cannot be used by just any manufacturer. EnergyLifeT™ is a Bosch Trademark.
The consumer groups "Good Parent", "Busy Guy" and the "Car Enthusiast" are the adaptors for new technology batteries. They drive European Cars, Mini Vans, Pick-up Trucks, Muscle Cars and care about safety, performance and cost of ownership.
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