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| The Battery Tender 12-volt/1.25-amp 4-Bank Battery Management System is designed to fully charge up to four 12-volt batteries simultaneously and maintain each at its proper storage voltage without the damaging effects caused by some trickle chargers. Compatible with all AGM (absorbed glass mat), sealed maintenance free and flooded batteries commonly found in some automotive/farm equipment, motorcycles, ATV’s, and personal watercraft, this lightweight, microprocessor controlled unit provides safe, constant, four-step charging current for every vehicle stored in your garage, shop, barn or boathouse. |
The Battery Tender 12-volt/1.25-amp 4-Bank Battery Management System is much more than a trickle charger. Utilizing a 4-step charging program (initialization, bulk charge, absorption mode and float mode), it allows users to simply connect the charger to up to four batteries, either in or out of a vehicle and forget about it until you are ready to use it, with the confidence that the batteries in all four vehicles are being maintained at optimal performance levels. This makes it perfect for seasonal and recreational vehicles like motorcycles, jet skis, ATV's, snowmobiles and more,. It is also safe for your battery because it utilizes advanced microprocessor technology that automatically switches its output voltage to a storage or float level. This feature eliminates the need to worry about the damaging effects of overcharging, and the resulting need to check on the condition of a charging battery. If or when the battery voltage drops too far under load, this same smart technology resumes output power and the charging cycle begins again. The unit also features spark-proof connectors, short circuit and reverse polarity protection, an easy to understand charging status LED indicator for each charging bank, durable yet lightweight construction and almost no current draw from batteries connected to it. Key Features:
Deltran provides a limited two-year warranty on its Battery Tender 12V 4-Bank Battery Management System to the original purchaser based on defective material or workmanship. Warranty is void in cases of product misuse, disassembly or modification. Other details regarding warranty limitations and procedures are contained in the Deltran Battery Tender Charger's general limited warranty information sheet enclosed with this product.
The 4 Bank Battery Tender Battery Management System is four encased 1.25 amp battery chargers designed to fully charge a battery or batteries and maintain at proper storage voltage without the damaging effects caused by trickle chargers. This charger will operate anywhere in the world.
- Temperature Compensated
- Spark Proof/ Reverse Polarity Protected
- 4-Step Charging (Qualification, Bulk, Absorption, Float).
- Includes 4 Alligator Clips and 4 Sets of Ring Terminals.
Microprocessor controlled constant current charging. Complies with US and international safety standards (UL/CE) and is listed in the California Appliance Efficiency Database.
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|Output||12V @1.25A||12V @1.25A||12V @1.25A||12V@2A|
|Input Voltage||120 VAC, 60Hz||100-240 VAC, 50/60Hz||100-240 VAC, 50/60Hz||120VAC, 60Hz|
|Spark Proof/ Short Circuit/ Reverse Polarity Protected||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Shipping Weight:||3 Pounds||3 Pounds||6 Pounds||16lbs|
|72 Hour Safety Timer||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Warranty||10 Year||2 Year||2 Year||3 Year|
This thing is awesome. I bring two marine batteries and two Harley Motorcycle batteries indoors over the winter, and leave them on battery maintainers. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Captain Ron
I have used the Deltran battery tenders for years, never a single problem. I recommend this brand charger to everyone, as far as I'm concerned, there is no other that maintains... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Andy Bijansky