||A device that produces and stores electrical energy as a result of a chemical reaction. A 12-volt battery has six individual 2-volt cells that contain positive (+) plates and negative (-) plates that create electrical current. A fully charged 12-volt battery produces at least 12.66 volts.
||See State of Charge.
|Battery Council International (BCI)
||An association of battery industry companies whose members establish policy and standards for the industry.
|Battery Group Size
||See Group Size.
||Battery Council International (BCI) - An association of battery industry companies whose members establish policy and standards for the industry.
|BCI Group Number
||See Group Size
||Charging at an extremely high rate of 50-300 amps, this method is primarily used to rapidly charge a battery in order to start a vehicle in a matter of a few seconds to five minutes.
||A single-cell, miniature battery, such as a watch battery, that is the size and shape of a button.