622E SMF CaCa 12V 45Ah, 375 CCA, LWH: 240x172x220

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Technical Specs

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Is the time in minutes for which the battery can maintain
a constant discharge current of 25A before the final
voltage drops below 10.5 V at 25±2ºC.
Is the nominal electric discharge (Ah) which the battery
can supply with a constant current for a period of 20
hours before the final voltage drops below 1.75 volts per
cell (10.5V for 12 volt battery) at 25±2ºC.
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 60 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.4 volts
percell (8.4 volts for 12 volt battery).
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 30 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.2 volts
per cell (7.2 volts for 12 volt battery). Refer to Battery
Specification Chart on pages 14-15.
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R200.00
Overall Height (cm)
Is the time in minutes for which the battery can maintain
a constant discharge current of 25A before the final
voltage drops below 10.5 V at 25±2ºC.
Is the nominal electric discharge (Ah) which the battery
can supply with a constant current for a period of 20
hours before the final voltage drops below 1.75 volts per
cell (10.5V for 12 volt battery) at 25±2ºC.
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 60 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.4 volts
percell (8.4 volts for 12 volt battery).
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 30 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.2 volts
per cell (7.2 volts for 12 volt battery). Refer to Battery
Specification Chart on pages 14-15.
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22
Length (cm)
Is the time in minutes for which the battery can maintain
a constant discharge current of 25A before the final
voltage drops below 10.5 V at 25±2ºC.
Is the nominal electric discharge (Ah) which the battery
can supply with a constant current for a period of 20
hours before the final voltage drops below 1.75 volts per
cell (10.5V for 12 volt battery) at 25±2ºC.
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 60 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.4 volts
percell (8.4 volts for 12 volt battery).
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 30 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.2 volts
per cell (7.2 volts for 12 volt battery). Refer to Battery
Specification Chart on pages 14-15.
Dry Weight TIP will be here
Wet Weight TIP will be here
24
Width (cm)
Is the time in minutes for which the battery can maintain
a constant discharge current of 25A before the final
voltage drops below 10.5 V at 25±2ºC.
Is the nominal electric discharge (Ah) which the battery
can supply with a constant current for a period of 20
hours before the final voltage drops below 1.75 volts per
cell (10.5V for 12 volt battery) at 25±2ºC.
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 60 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.4 volts
percell (8.4 volts for 12 volt battery).
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 30 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.2 volts
per cell (7.2 volts for 12 volt battery). Refer to Battery
Specification Chart on pages 14-15.
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Wet Weight TIP will be here
17.2
Type
Is the time in minutes for which the battery can maintain
a constant discharge current of 25A before the final
voltage drops below 10.5 V at 25±2ºC.
Is the nominal electric discharge (Ah) which the battery
can supply with a constant current for a period of 20
hours before the final voltage drops below 1.75 volts per
cell (10.5V for 12 volt battery) at 25±2ºC.
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 60 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.4 volts
percell (8.4 volts for 12 volt battery).
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 30 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.2 volts
per cell (7.2 volts for 12 volt battery). Refer to Battery
Specification Chart on pages 14-15.
Dry Weight TIP will be here
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622E
20Hr Capacity Cn(Ah)
Is the time in minutes for which the battery can maintain
a constant discharge current of 25A before the final
voltage drops below 10.5 V at 25±2ºC.
Is the nominal electric discharge (Ah) which the battery
can supply with a constant current for a period of 20
hours before the final voltage drops below 1.75 volts per
cell (10.5V for 12 volt battery) at 25±2ºC.
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 60 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.4 volts
percell (8.4 volts for 12 volt battery).
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 30 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.2 volts
per cell (7.2 volts for 12 volt battery). Refer to Battery
Specification Chart on pages 14-15.
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44(Ah)
Reserve Capacity Crn (min)
Is the time in minutes for which the battery can maintain
a constant discharge current of 25A before the final
voltage drops below 10.5 V at 25±2ºC.
Is the nominal electric discharge (Ah) which the battery
can supply with a constant current for a period of 20
hours before the final voltage drops below 1.75 volts per
cell (10.5V for 12 volt battery) at 25±2ºC.
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 60 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.4 volts
percell (8.4 volts for 12 volt battery).
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 30 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.2 volts
per cell (7.2 volts for 12 volt battery). Refer to Battery
Specification Chart on pages 14-15.
Dry Weight TIP will be here
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56
CCA, SANS2, Is(A)
Is the time in minutes for which the battery can maintain
a constant discharge current of 25A before the final
voltage drops below 10.5 V at 25±2ºC.
Is the nominal electric discharge (Ah) which the battery
can supply with a constant current for a period of 20
hours before the final voltage drops below 1.75 volts per
cell (10.5V for 12 volt battery) at 25±2ºC.
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 60 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.4 volts
percell (8.4 volts for 12 volt battery).
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 30 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.2 volts
per cell (7.2 volts for 12 volt battery). Refer to Battery
Specification Chart on pages 14-15.
Dry Weight TIP will be here
Wet Weight TIP will be here
150
CCA, SAE Is(A)
Is the time in minutes for which the battery can maintain
a constant discharge current of 25A before the final
voltage drops below 10.5 V at 25±2ºC.
Is the nominal electric discharge (Ah) which the battery
can supply with a constant current for a period of 20
hours before the final voltage drops below 1.75 volts per
cell (10.5V for 12 volt battery) at 25±2ºC.
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 60 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.4 volts
percell (8.4 volts for 12 volt battery).
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 30 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.2 volts
per cell (7.2 volts for 12 volt battery). Refer to Battery
Specification Chart on pages 14-15.
Dry Weight TIP will be here
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290
Dry Weight (Kg)
Is the time in minutes for which the battery can maintain
a constant discharge current of 25A before the final
voltage drops below 10.5 V at 25±2ºC.
Is the nominal electric discharge (Ah) which the battery
can supply with a constant current for a period of 20
hours before the final voltage drops below 1.75 volts per
cell (10.5V for 12 volt battery) at 25±2ºC.
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 60 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.4 volts
percell (8.4 volts for 12 volt battery).
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 30 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.2 volts
per cell (7.2 volts for 12 volt battery). Refer to Battery
Specification Chart on pages 14-15.
Dry Weight TIP will be here
Wet Weight TIP will be here
8.9
Wet Weight (Kg)
Is the time in minutes for which the battery can maintain
a constant discharge current of 25A before the final
voltage drops below 10.5 V at 25±2ºC.
Is the nominal electric discharge (Ah) which the battery
can supply with a constant current for a period of 20
hours before the final voltage drops below 1.75 volts per
cell (10.5V for 12 volt battery) at 25±2ºC.
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 60 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.4 volts
percell (8.4 volts for 12 volt battery).
Cold Cranking Amperes (CCA) is the constant discharge
current in Amperes, which the battery can supply at -18ºC
for 30 seconds before the voltage drops below 1.2 volts
per cell (7.2 volts for 12 volt battery). Refer to Battery
Specification Chart on pages 14-15.
Dry Weight TIP will be here
Wet Weight TIP will be here
14.5

Product Description

This Supa Charge Dixon Battery is low maintenance acid battery, due the fact that it has fewer plates per cell making it an economically affordable battery for all classes of vehicles. It has a standard taper Positive and Negative terminals. Polypropylene container with built in polypropylene handles, Base hold down class B0.