Meeting Rated Capacity In Deep-Cycle Batteries With Fewer Charge Cycles

Deep-cycle batteries go through various amounts of charge cycles. A charge cycle starts when the battery is first used, and is then charged back up. That process equals one cycle. In order for a deep-cycle battery to reach it’s full capacity (deliverable power), it has to go through several charge cycles; sometimes as many as 150. Among the battery industry, this is known as the “Bell Curve” of cycle life. Unfortunately, the more charge cycles a battery goes through, the shorter the lifespan of the battery.

U.S. Battery came up with a solution by introducing it’s XC2™ formulation. Unlike other deep-cycle batteries that can take 75-150 cycles to reach it’s rated capacity, U.S. Battery products with XC2™, meet or exceed rated capacity in as few as 25 cycles. This allows the company’s deep-cycle batteries to reach their peak power substantially quicker, while also lasting much longer than its nearest competitor.

With a higher-performance, longer lasting battery, many industries such as golf-cars, lift-access, storage, sweeper and others, can operate more efficiently, saving time and money. U.S. Battery manufactures a variety of deep-cycle batteries with it’s XC2™ formulation specifically for these industries and others. For more information, visit or contact them at (800) 695-0945.