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Marine Cranking Amps (MCA) This is the number of amps a battery can deliver at 32 degrees fahrenheit for 30 seconds, and maintain at least a voltage of 1.2 volts per cell. This differs from cold cranking amps which are measured at 0 degrees fahrenheit.
Reserve Capacity (RC) This is the time, in minutes, for which a battery will deliver 25 amperes at 80 degrees fahrenheit. This represents the time which the battery will continue to operate essential accessories in the event of alternator or generator failure or while the key is off.
Ampere Hour Rating (Reference Rating) This is the number of amps which a battery can deliver for a 20-hour period. This test is also referred to as the 20-hour rate. The larger the ampere hour rating, the more power the battery can deliver over time.
It’s Time To Replace Your Battery When...
• You had to jump start your battery • The battery can barely turn the starter over • Lighting and electronics dim or go out    when  starting • The battery will not hold a charge • The battery becomes submerged • The battery discharges frequently between use • You buy a used boat
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