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Car Battery is AGM battery,starter battery,Battery Group Size,Cold Cranking Amps (CCA),Battery Reserve Capacity (RC), Amp Hour and C20 are key performance.High performance and cycle stability, especially for vehicles with a high energy demand and frequent discharge cycles.

AGM technology is designed to meet especially high performance demands. It provides dependable energy for extremely demanding starting conditions, while ensuring the reliable supply of a large number.

High Performance AGM Battery uses cutting edge technology that provides constant optimum power even for short trips and stop-and-go traffic, up to 2x longer lifetime, flushed tops for minimized risk of acid leakage.

Dry cell car batteries are considered maintenance-free and charge faster than conventional wet cell batteries. Since AGM material has a low electrical resistance, the battery emits more power and efficiency than other types of batteries.

Dry Battery Applications

Dry Battery Models

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Choosing the Right Battery for Your Application

Starter Battery-Maintenance Type (filler caps)

  • Most commonly referred to as automobile/truck starter type. Least expensive (initial cost)
  • Not to be used for non-starting type applications such as running lighting, deep cycling (trolling), fish finders, electronics.
  • Must not be deeply discharged and should be re-charged immediately after being used.

TIP 1: Never use a battery rated only in Cranking Amps (CCA) for anything but starting.

TIP 2: Always charge a starter battery as soon after using it as possible.

TIP 3: Always purchase a maintenance type battery (w/ filler caps), if you plan to properly maintain your battery and are not concerned about locating/operating the battery in a confined area.

TIP 4: Always buy the largest/highest rated battery possible to reduce the depth of discharge in order to maximize its life and reduce total cost.

TIP 5: Always think of the cost of the battery you are going to buy in terms of performance, safety, and convenience. Total cost/cycle is what you should be concerned with, not just initial price.

TIP 6: If you are NOT planning on using your battery on a every day basis, such as in seasonal type equipment, be sure you have a means of keeping it fully charged for long periods with-out ever risking it being over-charged. Batteries kept at full charge at all times without being over-charged will last 3-5 times longer than those that are allowed to self-discharge.

Starter Battery – Sealed Gelled, AGM, or Dry (no filler caps -electrolyte is “non liquid”)

  • Much more expensive than non-sealed liquid type.
  • Can be operated in any position without risk of spilling.
  • Have a lower rate of self-discharge than non-sealed maintenance and/or maintenance-free (liquid) batteries.
    Are considerably more sensitive to overcharging and self-discharge, which can cause serious damage and shortened battery life.
  • Recommended for applications where little or no checking and/or maintenance can easily be performed.

TIP 8: Consider the potential benefits vs. cost of these types before making a buying decision.

TIP 9: Check the output of your alternator/generator-voltage regulator settings before replacing your standard liquid type battery with any non-liquid sealed type to be sure your charging system does not overcharge it.

TIP 10: Never allow a sealed “non-liquid” battery to self-discharge below 11.5 volts or permanent damage can occur. Special charging equipment and/or procedures may be needed to recover sealed batteries that have been allowed to self-discharge below 11.5 volts.

TIP 11: To prevent self-discharge during periods of non-use/storage, maintain your battery using a constant voltage type charger with end of charge to prevent over / under charge.

TIP 12: Always use an accurate digital voltmeter or similar device to determine your sealed batteries true state-of-charge. Remember to let your battery “Rest” for 12 hours or longer before testing its voltage.

TIP 13: Knowing the exact voltage of your battery can help you to accurately determine it’s state-of-health.


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