629-DIN B-1300

625-DIN C-1500

**Model**629-DIN B-1300**Nominal Voltage**12V**PHCA**2,400 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.

**CCA**1,300 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.

**HCA**1,740 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.

**MCA**1,550 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-Ah**170 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-Ah**153 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 Capacity**370 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****Length**518mm**Width**223mm**Overall Height**218mm**Weight**53.3kg**Terminal Type**SAE###### 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.

**Model**625-DIN C-1500**Nominal Voltage**12V**PHCA**2,700 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.

**CCA**1,500 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.

**HCA**2,010 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.

**MCA**1,780 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-Ah**220 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-Ah**198 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 Capacity**475 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****Length**518mm**Width**276mm**Overall Height**225mm**Weight**65.0kg**Terminal Type**SAE###### 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.