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ACDelco Battery

Our Battery covers the range of:
  • 12-month free replacement period under our limited warranty
  • 100 percent pressure tested to help avoid future leaks and for added strength and rigidity
  • Thermoplastic reinforced plates help increase protection against plate shorting for improved durability
  • Built-in "Green Eye" hydrometer on certain deep-cycle batteries
  • Both positive and negative grids are lead/calcium alloy to maximize corrosion resistance, increase cycle life and reduce water consumption for battery durability
ACDelco batteries are charged and ready to go. Asphalt, water, snow - if there's a vehicle that can travel on it, then there's likely an ACDelco battery that can power it. ACDelco Battery keeps your warm-weather recreation going. The ACDelco battery is built to last in your boat, personal watercraft and motor home.

From a battery that is competitively priced to one that can withstand harsh elements, ACDelco batteries have every need. Plus, our batteries are backed by some of the best warranties in the industry.

CCA stands for "Cold Cranking Amperes". This is a rating used by the battery industry to define the battery’s ability to start (crank) an engine under low- temperature conditions. Cranking an engine requires a large amount of current for a short time span. The Battery Council International defines CCA as "the discharge load in amperes which a new, fully-charged battery at 0ºF can deliver for 30 seconds and maintain a voltage of 1.20 volts per cell or higher."

CA stands for "Cranking Amps". According to the BCI, this is "the discharge load in amperes which a new, fully-charged battery at 32ºF can continuously deliver for 30 seconds while maintaining a terminal voltage equal to or higher than 1.20 volts per cell." The CA rating of a battery may be misleading, since it can be up to 30% higher than its CCA rating. The Battery Council International requires that a battery carrying a statement of its CA performance must also carry a statement of CCA capacity.

RC stands for "Reserve Capacity". RC is an industry rating used to define a battery’s ability to maintain a low amperage load for ignition, lights, fuel pump, etc., in the case of an alternator failure. It is defined by the BCI as the number of minutes a new, fully-charged battery at 80ºF can be discharged at 25 amperes and maintain a voltage of 1.75 volts per cell or higher. (For example, RC would be the number of minutes that a 12-volt battery could maintain a voltage of 10.5 volts.)

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