Optima Blue Top BT DCM 4.2 (8016-253) (BCI D34M) (BTDCM4.2 AGM) (BTDC4.2)
|Part Number:||Optima Blue Top BT DCM 4.2|
|Cold Cranking (EN):||765|
|Application:||Deep Cycle / Engine Start|
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Optima Blue Top BT DCM 4.2 (8016-253) (BCI D34M) (BTDCM4.2 AGM)
OPTIMA® BLUETOP® BCI D34M Ultra high-performance SPIRALCELL TECHNOLOGY® AGM (absorbent glass mat) dual-purpose battery for marine and RV. BLUETOP® has three times the cycling capability (rechargeability) with ultimate cranking power for your boat or RV in a maintenance-free package. Perfect for multiple high-demand accessories and trolling motors with 15 times the vibration resistance and lighter weight. Lower internal resistance provides more efficient power output and faster recharges.
If you are looking for a deep-cycle group 24 or 34 battery for boat or RV, this is the one for you.
The OPTIMA® model number for this battery is D34M. If you are replacing an OPTIMA® battery you already have, this model is the same as batteries marked 8016-103, 9016-103, 27934, D34M-950, BLUED34, 12854, SC34DM, or N99D34MBLUE.
DOES NOT include installation and/or height adapters for automotive, light truck or van applications. The appropriate adapters are included with REDTOP® and YELLOWTOP® batteries.
- Both dual-purpose and starting applications available
- Up to three times more recharges
- More than 15 times the vibration resistance
- Completely spillproof, mountable in virtually any position
- Optimal starting power (Dual purpose and starting applications available)
Recommended Charging Information
|Alternator:||13.65 to 15.0 volts|
|Battery Charger:||13.8 to 15.0 volts; 10 amps maximum; 6-12 hours approximate|
|Float Charge:||13.2 to 13.8 volts; 1 amp maximum (indefinite time at lower voltages)|
|Rapid Recharge (Constant voltage charger):||Maximum voltage 15.6 volts. No current limit as long as battery temperature remains below 125°F (51.7°C). Charge until current drops below 1 amp.|
|Cyclic or Series String Applications::||
14.7 volts. No current limit as long as battery temperature remains below 125°F (51.7°C). When current falls below 1 amp, finish with 2 amp constant current for 1 hour.