Cranking Amps

The current required by the starter motor to crank an engine.

defines it as: the discharge load in amps that a new, fully-charged battery at 32°F (0°C) can continuously deliver for 30 seconds while maintaining a terminal voltage equal to or higher than 1.20 volts per cell.

See also: Cold Cranking Amps.

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Subjects: Automotive