Yes I agree.I buy about 10+ batteries a year for various applications
Always use Tanya and always happy with the service
As to make, depends what you can afford. but generally, like all things in life, the more you pay the more you get
Perhaps it would be worth finding someone to help you that is a little more knowledgeable. That way you know it's right and you'll learn how to do it for next time? Where are you based?I am an electric luddite due to my Dad being a spark always doing jobs for me. I dont know what the controller looks like
I’ve believe it’s not good to disconnect solar panels when under load, it can damage the regulator.If it's daylight just disconnect the wire from the solar panel into the solar controller before you start... And reconnect it last
Yes, but a couple of points. If the new battery is a different type to the old battery, (wet, AGM, Gel) you may need to set the appropriate profile on the charger. Or restrict your choice to the same type as the old one if there's no way of setting a profile.
If they already have all the charging set up installed, it could be tricky?Is it worth considering getting lithium? You prob only need to buy one to get more available Ah to actually use? Though of course it will be close to twice the cost, possibly even a bit more ...