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EnerSys Introduces Group 48 Battery To ODYSSEY Performance Series Product Line

The ODYSSEY Performance Series 48-720 battery features 723 CCA, 109 RC minutes and weighs 48 pounds.


READING, Pa. – EnerSys has expanded its ODYSSEY Performance Series battery product line to include the Group 48 battery, designed specifically for a wide range of consumer passenger vehicles, custom and classic cars and SUVs. The ODYSSEY Performance Series 48-720 battery features 723 CCA, 109 RC minutes and weighs 48 pounds.
ODYSSEY Performance Series batteries are engineered with Thin Plate Pure Lead (TPPL) technology and feature dry cell Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) technology, designed to contain acid and prevent spills, allowing the battery to be installed in almost any position. Featuring deep cycle capability up to 400 cycles at 80 percent depth of discharge, ODYSSEY Performance Series batteries provide high stable voltage and longer cycle life than conventional batteries, the company states.
“With its excellent deep cycle capabilities, the ODYSSEY Performance Series 48-720 battery is an ideal choice for customers needing a battery that can handle the many onboard accessories used on today’s vehicles,” said Dave McMullen, director of commercial marketing for specialty and UPS markets at EnerSys. “Adding a Group 48 battery to the expanding Performance Series product line allows us to provide customers with a comprehensive selection of group sizes to fit a broad number of applications.”
ODYSSEY Performance Series batteries offer a three- to 10-year service life and two-year storage life at 77 degrees Fahrenheit (25 degrees Celsius). They are vibration-resistant, classified as “non-spillable” by the U.S. Department of Transportation and include a limited four-year full replacement warranty. The ODYSSEY Performance Series 48-720 battery corresponds to Battery Council International (BCI) Group 48.
For more information about ODYSSEY Performance Series batteries, visit www.odysseybattery.com.


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