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200Ah Vs 100Ah Vs 150Ah

Updated: Oct 20, 2021

200Ah, 100Ah and 150Ah are some of the most common ratings of a battery around the globe. And these batteries are also available in most of the battery configurations like flooded type, AGM and Gel type.

To understand the difference between these batteries you need to understand the power stored in them, the backup they provide and the dimension they have.

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Amount of Power store (200Ah Vs 100Ah Vs 150Ah )

The amount of power stored in a battery is equal to the multiplication of battery voltage with battery ampere-hour. So, for a 12V, 200Ah battery the amount of power stored in it will be equal to 12x200 = 2400 Watt.

Similarly the amount of power stored in a 12V, 100Ah battery will be equal to 12x100=1200Watt.

And the amount of power stored in a 12V, 150Ah battery will be equal to 12x150=1800Watt.

Hence a 12V, 200Ah battery stores twice the power store in a 100Ah battery and 1.3 times power more than a 150Ah battery. And if we compare 150Ah battery with 100Ah battery we will see that 150Ah battery store 1.5 times more power than 100Ah battery.

But batteries also come in an option of 24V as well as 48V

And if we compare a 24V 100AH with a 12V 200Ah battery we will find that a 24V 100Ah (24x100=2400Watt) battery stores the equal amount of power has in a 12 200Ah battery (2400Watt)

Refer to the following table to compare the amount of power store in different voltages of 100 Ah battery, 150Ah battery and 200Ah battery.