The cycle life is the amount of cycles a cell or battery can provide for charging, discharging, or rest. Cycle life is usually expressed by the number of cycles that are available before the discharge period decreases to half the initial value.
AGM (absorbed glass mat) batteries are designed to hold the electrolyte in the mats to prevent the acid from leaking out when the battery is broken. AGM batteries are more common than GEL, offering a higher amp burst. Life expectancy (cycle lives) in AGM remains excellent as long as batteries between recharges are not discharges […]