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629-DIN B-1300
625-DIN C-1500
  • Model629-DIN B-1300
  • Nominal Voltage12V
  • PHCA2,400 Amps
    PHCA

    Pulse Hot Cranking Amps (PHCA) is a measurement of the current a fully charged battery can deliver for 5 seconds and maintain a voltage of 7.2 volts (12-volt battery) at a temperature of 27°C.

  • CCA1,300 Amps
    CCA

    The cold cranking ampere (CCA) rating refers to the number of amperes a battery can deliver for 30 seconds at a temperature of -18°C before the voltage drops to 1.20 volts per cell, or 7.20 volts for a 12V battery. A 12V battery that has a rating of 550 CCA means that the battery will provide 550 amps for 30 seconds at -18°C before the voltage falls to 7.20V.

  • HCA1,740 Amps
    HCA

    The abbreviation HCA stands for hot cranking amps. It is the same as MCA, CA or CCA, except that the temperature at which the test is conducted is 27°C.

  • MCA1,550 Amps
    MCA

    The marine cranking ampere (MCA) rating refers to the number of amperes a battery can deliver for 30 seconds at a temperature of 0°C until the battery voltage drops to 7.20 volts for a 12V battery. A 12V battery that has a MCA rating of 725 MCA means that the battery will give 725 amperes for 30 seconds at 0°C before the voltage falls to 7.20V. The MCA is sometimes called the cranking amperes or CA.

  • Nominal Capacity
  • 20 Hr Rate-Ah170 Ah
    20 Hr Rate-Ah

    The ampere-hour (Ah) rating defines the capacity of a battery. A battery rated at 100Ah at the 20-hour rate of discharge will deliver 5A for 20 hours before the terminal voltage drops to a standard value such as 10.02 volts for a 12V battery. The 629-DIN-B-1300 battery, rated at 170Ah will deliver 8.5A for 20 hours.

  • 10 Hr Rate-Ah153 Ah
    10 Hr Rate-Ah

    The ampere-hour (Ah) rating defines the capacity of a battery. A battery rated at 100Ah at the 10-hour rate of discharge will deliver 10A for 10 hours before the terminal voltage drops to a standard value such as 10.02 volts for a 12V battery. The 629-DIN B-1300 battery, rated at 153-Ah will deliver 15.3 Amps for 10 hours.

  • Reserve Capacity370 minutes
    Reserve Capacity

    The reserve capacity of a battery is the number of minutes it can support a 25-ampere load at 27°C before its voltage drops to 10.50 volts for a 12V battery. A 12V battery with a reserve capacity rating of 100 will deliver 25 amps for 100 minutes at 27°C before its voltage drops to 10.5V.

    The 629-DIN B-1300 battery can deliver 25 amps for 370 minutes and the 625-DIN C-1500 can deliver 25 amps for 475 minutes at 27°C before the voltage drops to 10.5V.

  • Dimensions
  • Length518mm
  • Width223mm
  • Overall Height218mm
  • Weight53.3kg
  • Terminal TypeSAE
    Terminal Type

    SAE posts are in the shape of truncated cones, positioned on the top of the battery, with slightly different diameters to ensure correct electrical polarity.

  • Model625-DIN C-1500
  • Nominal Voltage12V
  • PHCA2,700 Amps
    PHCA

    Pulse Hot Cranking Amps (PHCA) is a measurement of the current a fully charged battery can deliver for 5 seconds and maintain a voltage of 7.2 volts (12-volt battery) at a temperature of 27°C.

  • CCA1,500 Amps
    CCA

    The cold cranking ampere (CCA) rating refers to the number of amperes a battery can deliver for 30 seconds at a temperature of -18°C before the voltage drops to 1.20 volts per cell, or 7.20 volts for a 12V battery. A 12V battery that has a rating of 550 CCA means that the battery will provide 550 amps for 30 seconds at -18°C before the voltage falls to 7.20V.

  • HCA2,010 Amps
    HCA

    The abbreviation HCA stands for hot cranking amps. It is the same as MCA, CA or CCA, except that the temperature at which the test is conducted is 27°C.

  • MCA1,780 Amps
    MCA

    The marine cranking ampere (MCA) rating refers to the number of amperes a battery can deliver for 30 seconds at a temperature of 0°C until the battery voltage drops to 7.20 volts for a 12V battery. A 12V battery that has a MCA rating of 725 MCA means that the battery will give 725 amperes for 30 seconds at 0°C before the voltage falls to 7.20V. The MCA is sometimes called the cranking amperes or CA.

  • Nominal Capacity
  • 20 Hr Rate-Ah220 Ah
    20 Hr Rate-Ah

    The ampere-hour (Ah) rating defines the capacity of a battery. A battery rated at 100Ah at the 20-hour rate of discharge will deliver 5A for 20 hours before the terminal voltage drops to a standard value such as 10.02 volts for a 12V battery. The 625-DIN-C-1500 battery, rated at 220Ah will deliver 11A for 20 hours.

  • 10 Hr Rate-Ah198 Ah
    10 Hr Rate-Ah

    The ampere-hour (Ah) rating defines the capacity of a battery. A battery rated at 100Ah at the 10-hour rate of discharge will deliver 10A for 10 hours before the terminal voltage drops to a standard value such as 10.02 volts for a 12V battery. The 625-DIN C-1500, rated at 198-Ah will deliver 19.8 Amps for 10 hours

  • Reserve Capacity475 minutes
    Reserve Capacity

    The reserve capacity of a battery is the number of minutes it can support a 25-ampere load at 27°C before its voltage drops to 10.50 volts for a 12V battery. A 12V battery with a reserve capacity rating of 100 will deliver 25 amps for 100 minutes at 27°C before its voltage drops to 10.5V.

    The 629-DIN B-1300 battery can deliver 25 amps for 370 minutes and the 625-DIN C-1500 can deliver 25 amps for 475 minutes at 27°C before the voltage drops to 10.5V.

  • Dimensions
  • Length518mm
  • Width276mm
  • Overall Height225mm
  • Weight65.0kg
  • Terminal TypeSAE
    Terminal Type

    SAE posts are in the shape of truncated cones, positioned on the top of the battery, with slightly different diameters to ensure correct electrical polarity.

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