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Braille Battery 12 Volt Lithium Battery 3.7 lbs/1.7 kg

147-ML9C


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Braille Battery ML9C
$949.99
12 Volt Lithium Battery
  • 3.7 lbs/1.7 kg
  • 5.8'' L x 3.4'' W x 4.25'' H
  • 793 (PCA) Pulse Cranking Amps
  • Left Side Positive
  • Free Shipping - Ships directly from the manufacturer on 12/19/19
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    Is this considered a starting battery? What is the Amp hr rating? I am trying to put together a power package for a marine electric refit project. I need amp hrs rate to plug into the formula. using a 10 Kw motor.

    Asked by: captalnceleste
    This battery has a 12 amp hour rating. This can start some engines depending on the size and compression.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-06-08
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