Smart Battery Charger 6 / 12v 10A Fully Automatic Vehicle Car Caravan Motorhome - Streetwize

Smart Battery Charger 6 / 12v 10A Fully Automatic Vehicle Car Caravan Motorhome
Streetwize

STREETWIZE 6V/12V 10 Amp Smart Car & Motorcycle Battery Charger
Stock Code: SWIBC3

This smart charger can charge both 6V and 12V batteries at a maximum charge power of 10 Amps. 
This charger has a unique microprocessor which monitors the battery level so that it adjusts the charge power, preventing the battery from getting overcharged.
This smart charger follows a three process:
1. Bulk Charge: If the battery charge level is low or flat, the battery charger will provide its
maximum charge power.
2. Absorption: Once the battery level is at 80%, charge power is reduced to the point where the
battery is absorbing a steady charge.
3. Float: The charge power is further reduced to a slow trickle charge when the battery level is at
95%.
When the battery level is nearly full, and the battery is still connected to the charger, the charger
will automatically keep the battery full without overcharging it.
The charger features a LCD display that shows the current charge level. It also features four
charge modes: car, motorcycle, trickle and winter. The winter charge mode is for charging the
battery during cold conditions when more charge power is required. The trickle charge provides a
slow charge for maintaining and optimising the battery level.
It also features a built-in battery tester for maintenance checks.
Suitable for SLA [Sealed Lead Acid], Wet/Flooded [Liquid Electrolyte], GEL, AGM & MF.
* An intelligent battery charger that follows a three step process
* For use with Car, 4x4, Van, Motorcycle, Caravan/Motorhome, Leisure & Marine Batteries
* Ideal for vehicles in storage
* Four charge modes: car, motorcycle, trickle & winter
* Short-Circuit Protection
* Reverse Polarity Protection
* 6V/12V 10 Amp
* Battery capacity compatibility: 3 to 200 AH

 


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