# What type battery is U1 3?

## What type battery is U1 3?

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Warranty | 3 Month Warranty |
---|---|

Terminal Type | Standard Post |

BCI Group Size | U1 |

Cranking Amperage | 435A |

Cold Cranking Amperage | 350A |

### How many amp hours is a U1 battery?

U1-AGM 33 Amp-Hour Deep Cycle Battery, 12 volt. This is the 33 amp-hour, 12 volt AGM series battery from Trojan. The sealed AGM lead-acid batteries are intended for solar and other renewable energy systems.

#### What does 35ah mean on a battery?

35 ampere hour is a ‘Standard’ unit of measure for batteries. It means that this battery will deliver 35 amperes at a nominal 12 VDC over a 20 hour period. Then the battery will be “dead” and require recharging. If you draw more amperage, than the standard, you get less than ’35 Ah’ of power.

**How many amps is a U1 3 battery?**

This battery has a high reserve capacity of 38 minutes at 25 amps to keep your equipment available when you need it.

**Is a U1 battery 12 volt?**

EverStart Lead Acid Lawn & Garden Battery, Group Size U1 (12 Volt/230 CCA) – Walmart.com.

## How many CCA is a 35Ah battery?

The Cold Cranking Amp (CCA) rating for this battery is 315A. This battery has a nominal capacity of 35Ah at 20 hour rate. This means if you discharge the battery from a fully charged state at a current of 1.75Amp it will take 20 hours to reach the end of discharge voltage of 10.5 V.

### How do I convert amp hours to cold cranking amps?

You can use the CCA rating number of your, say, car battery and multiply it by 0.7—if you possess a 600 in the CCA, you will get around 420 in A-H. You can use the A-H rating number of your car battery, again, and multiply it by 7.25—if you possess a 100 in the A-H, you will get around 725 in CCA.

#### What does a U1 battery look like?

Groups U1 and U1R batteries physical dimensions are (L x W x H) 7 3/4 x 5 3/16 x 7 5/16 inches (~197 x 132 x 186 mm) with the U1 battery having a positive terminal on the left side, and U1R having a positive terminal post on the right side of the battery (hence the ‘R’ as part of the label).