BatteryMINDer Model 1510 features a SmarTECHnology plug ‘n run 1.5 Amp battery charger/maintainer with full-time automated excessive-frequency pulse desulfator (not excessive voltage) that may assist prolong a battery’s life as much as 4 occasions its regular life. Perfect for charging, sustaining or recovering 12V flooded, sealed, maintenance-free, starter, deep-cycle, AGM (not Odyssey or any pure lead tin battery), and marine batteries. Worldwide one hundred-240 VAC 50/60 Hz enter. FCC compliant and California Power Fee licensed. The unit can keep as much as 4 12 Volt batteries at one time when related in parallel through the use of SmarTechnology Y-Connectors (half no. 210AY), or buyer provided 18-Gauge insulated wire.EXTENDED BATTERY LIFE – Automated full time desulfator reverses sulfation (a construct up of lead sulfate crystals) the first explanation for early battery failure through the use of a patented range of excessive frequencies to securely take away sulfation and recondition weak batteries. Sulfated batteries as soon as thought-about past restoration can now be introduced again to lengthy-time period helpful situation. Extending battery life as much as 4 occasions when in comparison with new batteries not being correctly maintained.
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE SENSOR – Temperature compensation exactly adjusts battery voltage based mostly on temperature sensor readings. This ensures your battery will all the time be correctly charged and maintained it doesn’t matter what circumstances it’s topic to. Reverse polarity, brief-circuit and over temperature safety.
FOUR BATTERIES AT A TIME – Maintains as much as 4 batteries at a time when related in parallel. Requires using Y-Connectors 210AY (bought individually). Superb for winterizing Automobiles, Vans, Bikes, ATV, Boat, RV, and so on. The ninety-240V AC forty seven-sixty three Hz enter permits for worldwide use.
FCC CERTIFIED – Licensed by the California Power Fee as assembly the present effectivity requirements, which suggests it meets strict power effectivity tips set by the US Environmental Safety Company and the Division of Power.