The charger delivers 3 output options including 6A, 4A and 1A making it an extremely versatile charger. This battery charger is fully automatic allowing the charger to be left on 24/7 with confidence and ensuring that your batteries will perform better and last longer.
Fully automatic 9 stage charging
Selectable current output (6A, 4A, 1A)
Charges 12V batteries from 3Ah-120Ah
Maintenance (trickle) charging up to 180Ah for longer life batteries
Patented desulphation and battery reconditioning / rejuvenation function
Includes both ring terminal and crocodile connections
This OzCharge Battery Charger and Maintainer (Trickle Charger) is perfect for charging small and medium sized batteries including motorbikes, jet skis, ATVs, lawnmowers, and cars.This charger can also be used to maintain a wide range of larger batteries.
Selecting the correct charge rate setting for your battery
When using this Charger it is important to select the correct charge rate for the battery you are charging. A common mistake many people make is to select the highest charge rate setting, not realising it may damage the internal components, reducing the battery life. The recommended charging Amps for a flooded lead acid battery is roughly 10% of its Ah rating. For an Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) or Gel battery this can be increase to 20% of its Ah rating.
The 1A - maintenance mode - will charge a range of lead acid batteries between 3 and 20Ah and will maintain batteries up to 100Ah.
The 4A - silent charge mode - will charge a range of lead acid batteries between 9 and 60Ah and will maintain batteries up to 110Ah. This charge rate is ideal in use for motorcycles, powersports and lawn & garden applications.
The 6A - rapid charge mode - will charge a range of lead acid batteries between 18 and 120Ah and will maintain batteries up to 180Ah. During this mode, the internal fan may engage from time to time if the charger gets hot.
What's the difference between the two and which battery charger suit your requirements best?
Firstly you need to determine whether you need to recharge a flat battery entirely or just keep a battery at full charge.
Battery charging is when you are requiring to recharge a flat or dead battery to full. Battery maintenance on the other hand is when you just want to keep a battery topped up. For instance, if you're storing a classic car that you only drive a few times a month but want to ensure it's ready to go on a sunny afternoon you would require battery maintenance as opposed to battery charging. This is often referred to as trickle charging a battery. All OzCharge battery chargers perform both functions, and understanding each charger's limits is important.
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