How do we read the date code on your batteries?
PS, PSH, PSG and PG Series Product Date Codes The first five numeric characters represent the month, day and year of manufacture (MM/DD/Y) • The first two numbers identify the month, from 01 to 12. For example, March is 03 and November is 11. • The second two numbers specify the day of the month, from 01 to 31. • The fifth digit identifies the year from 0 to 9. This digit is repeated every 10 years. For example, 1 = 2001, 4 = 2004 etc. For example: 09016 would be broken down to September 1st, 2006 There may be additional alpha-numeric characters at the end of the date code. These are internal lot numbers or injection mold numbers and they have no bearing on the date of manufacture. Powersport Batteries Product Date Codes The first four characters represent the year, month and production line(Y/MM/*) • The first letter identifies the year, from A to Z. For example, E = 2005, F = 2006, G = 2007. • The second two numbers specify the month, from 01 to 12. • The fourth digit/letter identifies the factory code. This code does not reflect the date of manufacture. For example: F10Y would be broken down to October, 2006.