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- Ground Vehicle Standard
Published April 05, 2016 by SAE International in United States
Downloadable datasets availableAnnotation ability available
This SAE Standard serves as a guide for testing procedures of automotive 12 V storage batteries.
This document provides information updated since the prior revision issued May 2011. Areas included are document references, adding citations for Twenty Hour Capacity Test, SAE J3060 Automotive and Heavy Duty Storage Battery Vibration, and SAE J2981 Starter Battery Identification and Classification, adding/revising procedures for temperature control during Charging and revising the recombinant/AGM Charging procedure to provide greater consistency of recharge and to improve alignment with other international standards and specifications. In addition, the Vibration Test, Terminal & Hold-Down definitions and drawings have been removed and are included in SAE J2981 Starter Battery Identification and Classification and the J3060 Automotive and Heavy Duty Storage Battery Vibration test standards.
|Ground Vehicle Standard||Life Test for Heavy-Duty Storage Batteries (Lead Acid Type only)|
|Ground Vehicle Standard||Life Test for Automotive Storage Batteries|
Data Sets - Support Documents
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|Table 1||Sequence of tests|
|Table 2||Sequence of cranking characterization tests|
Starter Battery Standards Committee
Develop and maintain technical documents for modern starter battery applications to improve product standardization and global unification.
|J1495_201208||Test Procedure for Battery Flame Retardant Venting Systems|
|J2185_201202||Life Test for Heavy-Duty Storage Batteries (Lead Acid Type only)|
|J240_201212||Life Test for Automotive Storage Batteries|
|J2801_201308||Comprehensive Life Test for 12 V Automotive Storage Batteries|
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