C Rates of Battery | C Rating of Battery

In a Battery C-rates are marked by Charging and discharging rates of a battery  capacity. The capacity of power a led-acid battery is commonly rated at 'C'. That means 100 Ah 'C10' rated a fully charged battery discharging capacity will be 10 Amp for one hour from the battery at normal temperature.

What is C rates of  Battery

'C' rated is that full discharge time of  battery.  e.g. 1C = 1 Hour / 60 min

C-rate after the numerical value

how to calculate the battery 'C' rate after the numerical value. As you can see here both batteries have the same power and capacity also 150 Ah.

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e.g.

1C capacity is equal to 60 min/1 = 60 minutes / 1 hour

2C capacity is equal to 60 min/2 = 30 minutes / 0.5 hour

5C capacity is equal to 60 min/5 = 12 minutes / 0.2 hour

10C capacity is equal to 60 min/10 = 6 minutes / 0.1 hour

C-rate before the numerical value

how to calculate the battery 'C' rate before the numerical value.

e.g.

C10 capacity is equal to 60 min x 10 = 600 minutes / 10 hour

C20 capacity is equal to 60 min x 20 = 1200 minutes / 20 hours

The selection of  Battery ‘C 10’ or ‘C 20’  is that difference between the charging mechanism - of the solar and common inverters. I think, in this article helped you to get better knowledge about Battery c rates.