MCA Eq – This is a rating unique to Lithium Pros and represents what the cell pack can deliver at 8V. This is given as a way to compare the engine cranking power of Lithium Pros to traditional lead acid batteries.
Because of their high power output a Lithium Pros battery will deliver twice the power at 10.5V compared to a lead acid battery. For that reason, a Lithium Pros battery will crank your engine like no other. We guarantee it!
RC – This is the number of minutes the battery can supply 25A at room temperature and remain above 10.5V. This is the closest “apples to apples” comparison in capacity of a Lithium Pros battery vs. a lead acid battery.
Max Amps – The pulse current the internal battery management system will allow without interruption.
Continuous Amps – The current the internal battery management system will allow without interruption until the battery is completely discharged.
WHR – This is the watt-hours which is simply the nominal voltage during discharge times the amp-hours. Shipping requirements vary based on the watt-hour rating of the battery.
Volts – This is the nominal voltage during discharge all the way to 80% DOD.
Max Charge Rate – This is the max charge amperage that should ever be applied to the battery. Typical battery chargers will not exceed this but your alternator easily could. It is important to consider this rating when matching a battery to your vehicle. The alternator will supply the amperage requirements of the vehicle including recharging the battery. The amount of amperage available from the alternator beyond the vehicle’s needs should never exceed this rating.
Max Charge Volts – This is the maximum voltage that should ever be applied to the battery during charging. In addition this is the maximum alternator voltage set point. If your vehicle has a higher voltage set point, contact us for direction.