The Cranking Amps (CA), also known as Starting Amps or Starting Current, refer to the cranking power discharged by the battery for 2–3 seconds at 32°F.
CCA and CA are used to rate the starting performance of lead-acid battery products in cold climates. We usually will not use them to place your device, which is a lithium-ion jump starter.
Generally, we will use the peak current to measure the jump starter’s performance. Learn more about the peak current:
The Cranking Amps of HULKMAN Alpha jump starters:
|Model||Alpha 65||Alpha 85||Alpha 85S||Alpha 100|
|900 Amps||1500 Amps|
|3 Seconds||3 Seconds||5 Seconds|
Note: The peak current rating is based on the laboratory results, which may vary depending on the testing equipment and environmental temperature.
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