Battery Technical Information

Specification Table Key

Battery measurements (LxWxH) are taken at the extremities of the battery including hold downs and handles. Box height is to the upper mounting surface and total box height includes posts, caps or highest extremity.

Abbreviations:

  • A/Hrs – Ampere Hours/Amp Hours (20 hour rate unless otherwise stated)
  • CCA – Cold Cranking Amps
  • EN – European Norm
  • D/C – Deep Cycle

Battery Assemblies:

Check for correct polarity when fitting a battery.

What do the rating & specifications signify?

CCA (Cold Cranking Amps)

Internationally recognised SAE Cold Cranking Performance test. CCA Rating represents the number of amps that a new fully charged battery at -18°C can deliver for 30 seconds while maintaining a voltage of 1.2V per cell or more. NOTE: this is the measurement of a batteries ability to start engines.

A/Hrs (Ampere Hours)

A unit of capacity that is calculated by multiplying the current in amps that the battery can deliver for 20 hours to 10.5 volts for a 12 volt battery.

Warranty

The batteries are guaranteed against faulty workmanship or materials on the part of the battery. This warranty commences from the date of sale to the end user and is identified on the top of the individual battery block by a month and year code. This used A to L for the month (January A, February B, etc) and a number depicting the year. The length of the warranty is dependent upon the product type and is detailed on the top of each battery with a warranty label. The warranty is void through misuse, misapplication, abuse or any other factors which negatively effect the battery life.