T105 [6 Volt]

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Technical Specs

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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281
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.
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262
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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181
Capacity Minutes
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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@25 Amps 447 & @75 Amps 115
Energy (kWh)
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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1.5
Capacity Amp-Hours 5-Hr Rate
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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185
Capacity Amp-Hours 10-Hr Rate
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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207
Capacity Amp-Hours 20-Hr Rate
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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225
Capacity Amp-Hours 100-Hr Rate
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
250
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.
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6 Volt Signature Deep-Cycle Battery - 1200 Cycles @ 50% Depth-of-Discharge

Product Description

6 Volt Golf Car Battery