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Trolling Motor Battery Life

by Peggy Lane Marketing

Choosing a new 12-volt trolling motor battery for your vessel can be a intimidating task for first-time buyers. Many kinds are accessible, each with a different reason, and each with diverse advantages and handicaps. With this handy buyer’s guide, although, you’ll have effortlessly understandable information at your fingertips so you can select a electric battery perfect for the tasks at hand.

Basic Battery Types

There are two rudimentary kinds of 12-volt electric batteries: 1) cranking, or starting, electric batteries, which are conceived to start your main motor, and 2) deep-cycle electric batteries, which are utilised to power electric accessories such as trolling motors battery, fish-finders and radios. Dual-purpose electric batteries that can present both these functions to some extent furthermore are accessible.

Cranking Electric Batteries

Engine cranking requires lots of power in a short burst. A electric battery with more exterior area on the lead plates inside it consigns more fast power than one with less plate surface. For this cause, cranking electric electric electric batteries are made with thinner, more many lead plates. When the motor is running, the electric battery is quickly replaced by the alternator.


The marine cranking amp (MCA), or just cranking amp (CA), ranking found on a battery’s mark measures a battery’s beginning power. And if you’re utilising a newer form outboard with sophisticated computers, pumps and sensors that don’t take kindly to being underpowered, you certainly don’t desire to scrimp on beginning power. Check your engine’s manual for its suggested MCA/CA ranking before buying for a battery, and always choose a battery with a rating equal to or greater than the suggested value.


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