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6 Volt Golf Car

US
Battery
Model
Amp
Hours
(20hr. rate)
Minutes
@
75amps
Minutes
@
25amps
Length Width Height Weight Cover
and
Case
US-1800 208 107 392 10-1/4" 7-1/8" 11-1/8 56 lbs. Blk/Blk
US-2000 216 114 445 10-1/4" 7-1/8" 11-1/8 59 lbs. Blk/Blk
US-2200 232 122 474 10-1/4" 7-1/8" 11-1/8 63 lbs. Red/Wht
US-125 242 140 517 10-1/4" 7-1/8" 11-1/8 67 lbs. Grn/Wht
US-145 251 154 562 10-1/4" 7-1/8" 11-1/8 70 lbs. Blu/Wht

8 Volt Golf Car

US
Battery
Model
Amp
Hours
(20hr. rate)
Minutes
@
56amps
Minutes
@
75amps
Minutes
@
25amps
Length Width Height Weight Cover
and
Case
US-8VGC 170 128 90 337 10-1/4"
(260)
7-1/8"
(181)
11-1/4 (286) 64.5 lbs . Red/Wht
US-8VGCHC 183 136 95 345 10-
1/4"(260)
7-1/8"
(181)
11-1/4 (286) 69 lbs. Blu/Wht

Renewable Energy

US
Battery
Model
Amp
Hours
(20hr. rate)
Minutes
@
75amps
Minutes
@
25amps
Length Width Height Weight Cover
and
Case
US-250 258 159 572 11-5/8"
(295)
7-1/8" (181) 11-5/8"
(295)
72 lbs. Blk/Blk
US-250HC 283 178 636 11-5/8"
(295)
7-1/8" (181) 11-5/8" (295) 78 lbs. Blu/Blu
US-250E 229 140 506 11-5/8"
(295)
7-1/8" (181) 11-5/8" (295) 64 lbs. Blu/Blk
US-305 305 175 675 11-7/8"
(302)
7-1/8" (181) 14-5/8" (371) 87 lbs. Blu/Blk
US-305HC 335 203 747 11-7/8"
(302)
7-1/8" (181) 14-5/8" (371) 96 lbs. Blu/Blu
US-305E 286 172 622 11-7/8"
(302)
7-1/8" (181) 14-5/8" (371) 85 lbs. Blu/Blk
L-16 375 214 810 11-7/8"
(302)
7-1/8" (181) 16-3/4" (425) 111 lbs. Blk/Blk
L-16HC 415 236 890 11-7/8"
(302)
7-1/8" (181) 16-3/4" (425) 117 lbs. Blu/Blu
L-16E 353 187 753 11-7/8"
(302)
7-1/8" (181) 16-3/4" (425) 104 lbs. Blk/Blk
1-HC 95 44 165 8-3/4" (222) 6-7/8" (175) 9" (228) 30 lbs. Blk/Blk
                 

6Volt Sweeper/Scrubber and Multi purpose

US
Battery
Model
Amp
Hours
(20hr. rate)
Minutes
@
75amps
Minutes
@
25amps
Length Width Height Weight Cover
and
Case
US-250 258 159 572 11-5/8"
(295)
7-1/8" (181) 11-5/8" (295) 72 lbs. Blk/Blk
US-250HC 283 178 636 11-5/8"
(295)
7-1/8" (181) 11-5/8" (295) 78 lbs. Blu/Blu
US-250E 229 140 506 11-5/8"
(295)
7-1/8" (181) 11-5/8" (295) 64 lbs. Blu/Blk
US-305 305 175 675 11-7/8"
(302)
7-1/8" (181) 14-5/8" (371) 87 lbs. Blu/Blk
US-305HC 335 203 747 11-7/8"
(302)
7-1/8" (181) 14-5/8" (371) 96 lbs. Blu/Blu
US-305E 286 172 622 11-7/8"
(302)
7-1/8" (181) 14-5/8" (371) 85 lbs. Blu/Blk
L-16 375 214 810 11-7/8"
(302)
7-1/8" (181) 16-3/4" (425) 111 lbs. Blk/Blk
L-16HC 415 236 890 11-7/8"
(302)
7-1/8" (181) 16-3/4" (425) 117 lbs. Blu/Blu
L-16E 353 187 753 11-7/8"
(302)
7-1/8" (181) 16-3/4" (425) 104 lbs. Blk/Blk
1-HC 95 44 165 8-3/4" (222) 6-7/8" (175) 9" (228) 30 lbs. Blk/Blk
                 

12 Volt Sweeper/Scrubber and Multi purpose

US
Battery
Model
Amp
Hours
(20hr. rate)
Minutes
@
75amps
Minutes
@
25amps
Length Width Height Weight Cover
and
Case
EV-145 145 72 270 13-5/8" 6-3/4" 12-1/4" 87 lbs. Blk/Blk
US-185 195 100 375 15-5/8" 7-1/16" 14-7/8" 109 lbs. Blk/Blk
US-185HC 215 110 418 15-5/8" 7-1/16" 14-7/8" 120 lbs. Blk/Blk
US-185E 182 88 303 15-5/8" 7-1/16" 14-7/8" 102 lbs. Blk/Blk

8 Volt Marine

US
Battery
Model
Amp
Hours
(20hr. rate)
Minutes
@
25amps
Width Height Weight Cover
and
Case
11-4-1 142 305 19 1/4 (489) 7 1/2 (191) 10 3/4 (273) RUBBER
13-4-1 155 330 21 7/16 (555) 7 1/2 (191) 10 1/2 (267) RUBBER
15-4-1 190 430 24 3/8 (619) 7 7/16 (189) 10 1/2 (267) RUBBER
17-4-1 215 445 27 7/16 (698) 7 7/16 (189) 10 1/2 (267) RUBBER
19-4-1 240 515 26 3/4 (679) 8 7/16 (216) 11 1/8 (282) RUBBER

12 Volt Marine

US
Battery
Model
Amp
Hours
(20hr. rate)
M.C.A.
@
32° F
Minutes
@
25amps
Width Height Weight Cover
and
Case
24TM 85 675 125 10 3/4 (273) 6 3/4 (171) 9 3/4 (248) BLK/BLK
27TM 105 775 155 12 3/4 (324) 6 3/4 (171) 9 3/4 (248) BLK/BLK
27TMX 120 875 202 12 3/4 (324) 6 3/4 (171) 9 3/4 (248) BLK/BLK
31TMX 130 1090 227 13 3/4 (349) 6 3/4 (171) 9 3/4 (248) BLK/BLK

12 Volt Multi Purpose

US
Battery
Model
Amp
Hours
(20hr. rate)
Minutes
@
25amps
Width Height Weight Cover
and
Case
U1-HC 35 55 8 3/16 (208) 5 3/16 (132) 7 1/8 (181) RED/WHT
16TF-HC 120 250 16 9/16 (421) 7 1/8 (181) 11 1/8 (283) RUBBER
22F-HC 65 98 9 1/2 (241) 6 9/16 (167) 8 5/16 (211) BLK/WHT
22NF-HC 60 95 9 7/16 (240) 5 1/2 (140) 9 (229) RED/WHT
78-HC 70 122 10 1/4 (260) 7 1/16 (179) 8 (203) BLK/BLK
8D-HC 240 455 20 3/4 (527) 11 1/8 (283) 9 7/8 (251) BLK/BLK
BIG JOE 107 185 18 (457) 7 1/4 (184) 9 5/8 (244) RUBBER

6 Volt Automotive and Commercial

US
BATTERY
MODEL

AMP
HOURS
(20 hr.
rate)
C.C.A.
@
0° F
C.A.
@
32° F

Minutes
@
25 AMPS
Length Width Height WEIGHT COVER
AND
CASE
2 2 675 820 185 10 3/8 (264) 7 1/8 (181) 9 3/8 (238) 35 BLK/BLK
2N 2N   625 765 200 10 (254) 5 9/16 (141) 9 (229) 36 RUBBER
2E 2E 600 730 180 19 3/8 (492) 4 1/8 (105) 9 1/8 (232) 38 RUBBER
3EH 3EH 875 1070 300 19 5/16 (491) 4 3/16 (106) 9 13/16 (249) 47 BLK/BLK
4EH 4EH 1000 1220 325 19 5/16 (491) 5 (127) 9 13/16 (249) 61 RUBBER
4 4 860 1050 230 12 1/2 (318) 6 7/8 (175) 9 3/8 (238) 44 BLK/BLK
4 H4 1000 1220 320 12 1/2 (318) 6 7/8 (175) 9 3/8 (238) 49 BLK/BLK
17HF 17HF 360 440 115 7 3/8 (187) 6 7/8 (175) 9 1/4 (235) 26 RUBBER
19L 19L 525 640 110 8 3/16 (208) 6 11/16 (170) 7 7/16 (189) 26 RUBBER

8 Volt Tractor and Commercial

US
BATTERY
MODEL
C.C.A.
@
0° F
C.A.
@
32° F

Minutes
@
25 AMPS
Length Width Height COVER
AND
CASE
1-8V 400 488 140 8 7/8 (225) 6 13/16 (173) 8 1/2 (216) RUBBER
2-8V 500 610 140 10 3/8 (264) 6 15/16 (176) 9 1/16 (230) RUBBER

12 Volt Truck-Bus-Commercial

US
BATTERY
MODEL
C.C.A.
@
0° F
C.A.
@
32° F

Minutes
@
25 AMPS
Length Width Height COVER
AND
CASE
3EE 450 550 100 19 5/16 (491) 4 3/16 (106) 8 1/2 (216) BLK/BLK
3ET 500 610 140 19 5/16 (491) 4 3/8 (111) 9 7/8 (251) BLK/BLK
8D 1100 1375 290 20 3/4 (527) 11 1/8 (283) 9 7/8 (251) BLK/BLK
8D 1450 1810 400 20 3/4 (527) 11 1/8 (283) 9 7/8 (251) BLK/BLK
16TF 575 700 250 16 9/16 (421) 7 1/8 (181) 11 (279) RUBBER
17TF 625 765 150 17 1/16 (433) 6 15/16 (176) 8 (203) RUBBER

12 Volt Golf Car and Automative

US
BATTERY
MODEL
C.C.A.
@
0° F
C.A.
@
32° F

Minutes
@
25 AMPS
Length Width Height COVER
AND
CASE
24-50 420 475 70 10 1/4 (260) 6 13/16 (173) 9 (229) BLK/BLK
24-60 525 660 85 10 1/4 (260) 6 13/16 (173) 9 (229) BLK/BLK
26-50 450 510 65 8 3/16 (208) 6 13/16 (173) 8 (203) BLK/BLK
27-60 625 763 140 12 1/16 (306) 6 13/16 (173) 8 7/8 (225) RED/RED
53K-30 360 440 65 12 3/4 (324) 4 5/8 (117) 8 15/16 (227) BLK/BLK
70-60 450 550 95 8 3/16 (208) 7 1/16 (179) 7 3/4 (197) BLK/BLK
911-60 300 366 65 8 3/16 (208) 6 7/8 (175) 6 7/8 (175) RED/WHT

Care, Frequently Asked Questions & Specs

New batteries should be given a full charge before use.

New batteries need to be cycled several times before reaching full capacity (50 - 125 cycles, depending on type). Usage should be limited during this period.

Battery cables should be intact, and the connectors kept tight at all times. Systematic inspection is recommended.

Vent caps should be kept in place and tight during vehicle operation and battery charging.

Batteries should be kept clean and free of dirt and corrosion at all times.

Batteries should be watered after charging unless plates are exposed before charging. If exposed add just enough water to cover plate tops by 1/8". Check acid level after charge. The acid level should be kept 1/4" below the bottom of the fill well in the cell cover.


Water used to replenish batteries should be distilled or treated not to exceed 200 T.D.S. (total dissolved solids...parts per million). Particular care should be taken to avoid metallic contamination (iron).

For best battery life, batteries should not be discharged below 80% of their rated capacity. Proper battery sizing will help avoid excessive discharge.

Battery chargers should be matched to fully charge batteries in an eight hour period. Defective chargers will damage batteries or severely reduce their performance.
Avoid charging at temperatures above 120°F or ambient, whichever is higher.

Deep cycle batteries need to be equalized periodically. Equalizing is an extended, low current charge performed after the normal charge cycle. This extra charge helps keep all cells in balance. Actively used batteries should be equalized once per week. Manually timed charges should have the charge time extended approximately 3 hours. Automatically controlled chargers should be unplugged and reconnected after completing a charge.

In situations where multiple batteries are connected in series, parallel or series/parallel, replacement battery(s) should be of the same size, age and usage level as the companion batteries. Do not put a new battery in a pack which has 50 or more cycles. Ether replace with all new or use a good used battery(s).

Periodic battery testing is an important preventative maintenance procedure. Hydrometer readings of each cell (fully charged) gives an indication of balance and true charge level. Imbalance could mean the need for equalizing; is often a sign of improper charging or a bad cell. Voltage checks (open circuit, charged and discharged) can locate a bad battery or weak battery. Load testing will pick out a bad battery when other methods fail. A weak battery will cause premature failure of companion batteries. Always use a matched voltage charger and battery pack system. An undersized charger will never get the job done, no matter how long you let it run. An oversized charger will cause excess gassing and heat; this situation could cause explosions or other damage.

As batteries age, their maintenance requirements change. This means longer charging time and/or higher finish rate (higher amperage at the end of the charge). Usually older batteries need to be watered more often. And, their capacity decreases.

Lead acid batteries should be brought up to full charge at the earliest opportunity. Avoid continuously operating batteries in a partially charged condition. This will shorten their life and reduce their capacity.

Extreme temperatures can substantially affect battery performance and charging. Cold reduces battery capacity and retards charging. Heat increases water usage and can result in overcharging. Very high temperatures can cause " thermal run-away" which may lead to an explosion or fire. If extreme temperature is an unavoidable part of an application, consult a battery/charger specialist about ways to deal with the problem.

Inactivity can be extremely harmful to all lead acid batteries. If seasonal use is anticipated, we recommend the following:

a. Completely charge the battery before storing.
b. Remove all electrical connections from the battery, including series/parallel connectors.
c. Store the battery in as cool a place as possible. However, do not store in a location which will consistently be below 32°F. Batteries will discharge when stored, the lower the temperature the lower the self discharge.
d. When not in use, boost every two months.

Q: How to charge USBMC deep cycle batteries.
A: There are numerous correct ways to charge the batteries. Typically, charge at C÷10 amperes, (where C = the 20 hour capacity of the system expressed in Ampere Hours) until the battery voltage rises to 2.583 Volts per cell (i.e. 7.75 volts for a 6V battery). Hold this voltage constant for 2 to 4 hours, and stop charging. A similar method would be to charge at the following upper limits and terminate the charge when the time limit is reached:
* Charge Current = C÷10 Amperes
* Charge Voltage = 2.583 Volts per Cell
* Charge Time = 10 Hours Battery temperature adjustment: reduce the voltage by 0.028 Volts per Cell for every 10°F above 80°F, increase by the same amount for temperatures below 80°F.

Q: What is the float voltage for standby applications?
A: 2.17 Volts per Cell adjustment for the temperature as above.

Q: What size battery do I need for my application?
A:
Determine how many amperes your application needs from the battery and for how long. Multiply the two to obtain Ampere Hours required. Increase this by 20% for a safety cushion, and from our capacity charts, match a battery which will deliver this many AH for the required time, and voltage. Connecting batteries in parallel adds AH, and connecting in series adds the voltage. In either case the energy (WH) storage capability is increased by the amount of energy each additional battery provides.

Q: What is the cycle life of your batteries? Your competition says theirs last the longest.
A:
Any claims of lasting longer are based on selective data, as a marketing gimmick (i.e. selecting the best of one and worst of the other) and is misleading. Battery life, like anything else, cannot be precisely pre-determined, any more than the life of your car or humans. The actual life out in the field, when operated under identical conditions, is the only valid criteria. One way to differentiate the life and performance is to look at the amount of materials, and the type of materials used in making the product. U.S. Battery Manufacturing Company uses more of the life and capacity giving active material than our competitors. Plus the unique grid alloy, and state of the art processing technology, gives you the best possible life and performance.

 

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