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Halford HLB 700 Test Standard

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Posted: 08.10.2023  ·  #1
Hi,

Trying to find the settings that should be used for a Halford HLB 700 battery using a topdun tester

I know the type is EFB but the next menu gives a whole range of standards most which require an amp measurement to be entered. Only one GB asks for amp hours and is the only one I can give an answer to based on what is written on the battery. Manual just says this is China National Standard.

Any idea if this would be correct ?

Thanks Paul.
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Posted: 08.10.2023  ·  #3
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If the HLB700 is a rebranded yuasa then

https://www.yuasa.co.uk/batter…0-676.html

gives info to use the MCB and CCA standards


A true deep cycle leisure battery shouldn't have a cold-cranking rating. The internal construction of deep cycle batteries make them unsuitable for use as starting batteries.


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