Truck, Bus and Utility

Power the load with ODYSSEY® Battery

Heavy Duty Performance Start-Stop
Bus, Truck and Utility Service Vehicle Batteries

The ODYSSEY® Battery range is what modern transport and service
vehicles have been waiting for

 

Already used extensively in military vehicles, performance cars and trusted by top racing teams, these superior batteries harness the power of specialist TPPL (Thin Plate Pure Lead) battery technology to deliver massive starting and endurance ability.

Optimised for the high load demands of the modern automotive vehicle sector, the TPPL ODYSSEY Battery has been tried and tested in the US heavy duty vehicle market for more than five years, delivering significant performance improvements and longer battery life for vehicle owners and fleet operators.

Now, this outstanding battery technology is available in standard footprints for European heavy-duty vehicles.

THE TPPL ADVANTAGE

 

TPPL (Thin Plate Pure Lead) Technology is the result of over 125 years’ of EnerSys battery experience and development, optimised in ODYSSEY® batteries and now available for use in modern transport vehicles.

Advanced TPPL plates (nearly three times thinner than conventional batteries), significantly increase energy storing capacity within the same space.  This allows more charge to be held with higher energy output, greater and quicker charge acceptance (with no limits on charging current), resulting in a battery that is both reliable and responsive, whatever the demands.

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WHEN OTHERS
LET YOU DOWN

 

ODYSSEY® batteries will provide significant starting power at lower states of charge, proven to support loads for longer between engine starts and capable of starting an engine, even after unplanned demands on the battery.

99.99% pure lead plates are more reliable than conventional batteries too, allowing more discharge cycles to much lower levels – making them ideally suited to the demands of modern vehicles that require frequent starting power and extra electrical load capacity.

PREMIUM QUALITY
AND PERFORMANCE

 

As you would expect from this premium performance battery, quality materials are used throughout – from specially formulated tough plastic casings to glass microfibre separators and some of the most chemically advanced electrolyte available.  This results in a battery that has an exceptional shelf-life, is maintenance-free, can be mounted in almost any orientation and can be shipped as a non-hazardous product.

In short, ODYSSEY® batteries are what modern transport vehicles have been waiting for.  Providing over 30% more deep-cycle capability and proven to be over 100% stronger for longer than their nearest rivals, these batteries will outstay and outperform any comparable challenger, while delivering outstanding TCO returns – keeping you on the road and saving you money.

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SEE HOW MUCH YOU COULD SAVE

Why continue with traditional battery types that are increasingly letting you down, when you can change the way that you power your fleet? If the battery fails, you’re not just paying for the replacement cost of the battery, you’re paying for the consequences of your vehicle being off the road. Protect yourself, your fleet, and your reputation with the new ODYSSEY Performance Series Batteries.
     

The total cost of ownership calculation is based on five years of expected vehicle ownership.

Indicative Cost Saving
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How is the saving calculated?

This Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Calculator has been designed to provide an illustration only of the possible TCO savings when switching to ODYSSEY® Performance Series batteries. Battery usage is highly dependent upon individual application and usage conditions. This calculator has been designed to provide a cost illustration only, to give a guide to possible savings over different time periods. The apportionment of vehicle breakdown costs, relating to battery over discharge and the inability to start the vehicle, has been based on a fleet of 50 vehicles using 2 x batteries (24V), with a life cycle of 3 years per battery and an average breakdown/intervention rate of 20% - compared to a 5-year minimum life cycle and 2% average vehicle breakdown rate for the ODYSSEY Performance Series batteries, when used and operated in accordance with manufactures instructions for standard vehicle usage in typical western European countries. Comparison of existing conventional battery operation and service compared with ODYSSEY Performance Series batteries TPPL technology has been based on field trials, customer feedback and market analysis. For a detailed analysis and quote for your vehicles, please contact us.

Specifications

629-DIN B-1300
625-DIN C-1500
  • Model629-DIN B-1300
  • Voltage12V
  • PHCA - 5-second pulse currentPHCA - 5-second pulse current2400A
    PHCA - 5-second pulse current

    Pulse Hot Cranking Amps (PHCA) is a measurement of the current a fully charged battery can deliver for 5 seconds and maintain a voltage of 7.2 volts (12-volt battery) at a temperature of 27°C.

  • Cold Cranking Amps (CCA, SAE J537)Cold Cranking Amps (CCA, SAE J537)1300A
    Cold Cranking Amps (CCA, SAE J537)

    The cold cranking ampere (CCA) rating refers to the number of amperes a battery can deliver for 30 seconds at a temperature of -18°C before the voltage drops to 1.20 volts per cell, or 7.20 volts for a 12V battery. A 12V battery that has a rating of 550 CCA means that the battery will provide 550 amps for 30 seconds at -18°C before the voltage falls to 7.20V.

  • HCAHCA1740A
    HCA

    The abbreviation HCA stands for hot cranking amps. It is the same as MCA, CA or CCA, except that the temperature at which the test is conducted is 27°C.

  • MCAMCA1550A
    MCA

    The marine cranking ampere (MCA) rating refers to the number of amperes a battery can deliver for 30 seconds at a temperature of 0°C until the battery voltage drops to 7.20 volts for a 12V battery. A 12V battery that has a MCA rating of 725 MCA means that the battery will give 725 amperes for 30 seconds at 0°C before the voltage falls to 7.20V. The MCA is sometimes called the cranking amperes or CA.

  • Nominal Capacity
  • Capacity (20-hour rate)Capacity (20-hour rate)170Ah
    Capacity (20-hour rate)

    The ampere-hour (Ah) rating defines the capacity of a battery. A battery rated at 100Ah at the 20-hour rate of discharge will deliver 5A for 20 hours before the terminal voltage drops to a standard value such as 10.02 volts for a 12V battery. The 629-DIN-B-1300 battery, rated at 170Ah will deliver 8.5A for 20 hours.

  • Capacity (10-hour rate)Capacity (10-hour rate)153Ah
    Capacity (10-hour rate)

    The ampere-hour (Ah) rating defines the capacity of a battery. A battery rated at 100Ah at the 10-hour rate of discharge will deliver 10A for 10 hours before the terminal voltage drops to a standard value such as 10.02 volts for a 12V battery. The 629-DIN B-1300 battery, rated at 153-Ah will deliver 15.3 Amps for 10 hours.

  • Reserve capacityReserve capacity370 mins
    Reserve capacity

    The reserve capacity of a battery is the number of minutes it can support a 25-ampere load at 27°C before its voltage drops to 10.50 volts for a 12V battery. A 12V battery with a reserve capacity rating of 100 will deliver 25 amps for 100 minutes at 27°C before its voltage drops to 10.5V. The 629-DIN B-1300 battery can deliver 25 amps for 370 minutes and the 625-DIN C-1500 can deliver 25 amps for 475 minutes at 27°C before the voltage drops to 10.5V.

  • Dimensions
  • Length518mm
  • Width223mm
  • Height (to top of terminals)218mm
  • Weight53.3kg
  • Terminal Type SAE
    Terminal Type

    SAE posts are in the shape of truncated cones, positioned on the top of the battery, with slightly different diameters to ensure correct electrical polarity.

  • Model625-DIN C-1500
  • Voltage12V
  • PHCA - 5-second pulse currentPHCA - 5-second pulse current2700A
    PHCA - 5-second pulse current

    Pulse Hot Cranking Amps (PHCA) is a measurement of the current a fully charged battery can deliver for 5 seconds and maintain a voltage of 7.2 volts (12-volt battery) at a temperature of 27°C.

  • Cold Cranking Amps (CCA, SAE J537)Cold Cranking Amps (CCA, SAE J537)1500A
    Cold Cranking Amps (CCA, SAE J537)

    The cold cranking ampere (CCA) rating refers to the number of amperes a battery can deliver for 30 seconds at a temperature of -18°C before the voltage drops to 1.20 volts per cell, or 7.20 volts for a 12V battery. A 12V battery that has a rating of 550 CCA means that the battery will provide 550 amps for 30 seconds at -18°C before the voltage falls to 7.20V.

  • HCAHCA2010A
    HCA

    The abbreviation HCA stands for hot cranking amps. It is the same as MCA, CA or CCA, except that the temperature at which the test is conducted is 27°C.

  • MCAMCA1780A
    MCA

    The marine cranking ampere (MCA) rating refers to the number of amperes a battery can deliver for 30 seconds at a temperature of 0°C until the battery voltage drops to 7.20 volts for a 12V battery. A 12V battery that has a MCA rating of 725 MCA means that the battery will give 725 amperes for 30 seconds at 0°C before the voltage falls to 7.20V. The MCA is sometimes called the cranking amperes or CA.

  • Nominal Capacity
  • Capacity (20-hour rate)Capacity (20-hour rate)220Ah
    Capacity (20-hour rate)

    The ampere-hour (Ah) rating defines the capacity of a battery. A battery rated at 100Ah at the 20-hour rate of discharge will deliver 5A for 20 hours before the terminal voltage drops to a standard value such as 10.02 volts for a 12V battery. The 629-DIN-B-1300 battery, rated at 170Ah will deliver 8.5A for 20 hours.

  • Capacity (10-hour rate)Capacity (10-hour rate)198Ah
    Capacity (10-hour rate)

    The ampere-hour (Ah) rating defines the capacity of a battery. A battery rated at 100Ah at the 10-hour rate of discharge will deliver 10A for 10 hours before the terminal voltage drops to a standard value such as 10.02 volts for a 12V battery. The 629-DIN B-1300 battery, rated at 153-Ah will deliver 15.3 Amps for 10 hours.

  • Reserve capacityReserve capacity475 mins
    Reserve capacity

    The reserve capacity of a battery is the number of minutes it can support a 25-ampere load at 27°C before its voltage drops to 10.50 volts for a 12V battery. A 12V battery with a reserve capacity rating of 100 will deliver 25 amps for 100 minutes at 27°C before its voltage drops to 10.5V. The 629-DIN B-1300 battery can deliver 25 amps for 370 minutes and the 625-DIN C-1500 can deliver 25 amps for 475 minutes at 27°C before the voltage drops to 10.5V.

  • Dimensions
  • Length518mm
  • Width276mm
  • Height (to top of terminals)225mm
  • Weight65.0kg
  • Terminal Type SAE
    Terminal Type

    SAE posts are in the shape of truncated cones, positioned on the top of the battery, with slightly different diameters to ensure correct electrical polarity.

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