What is the amp-hour rating of a car battery?

Answer Amp-hour ratings vary among car batteries. A typical rating is about 45 amp-hours. Some deep cycle batteries are rated at 225 amp-hours. Using an item that draws 100 watts will work from a typical ... Read More »

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What kind of battery would i need to power a TV for one hour?

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How do I Measure Lead-Acid Battery Amp-Hour and Voltage Drop-Off?

You'll find lead-acid batteries used in vehicles, boats, light aircraft, golf carts and wheelchairs. The batteries are a successful method of producing electricity for considerable time between cha... Read More »

What do the vehicle rating group and liability rating group mean for changes in one's policy premium?

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