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Keep all your vehicle batteries charged and ready to use with the 4512 Smart Battery Charger from SOLAR. Great for automotive enthusiasts and do-it-yourselfers, this device enables you to charge and maintain a wide variety of vehicle batteries, including those for cars, trucks, motorcycles, and jet skis. A digital display lets you track the charging process, while built-in safety features protect you and your equipment. Part of SOLAR's 4500 Series of battery chargers, this product weighs a mere 3.9 pounds and offers 12-volt operation, a 12-amp fast charge rate, a 6-amp medium charge rate, and a 2-amp low charge rate.
Using the 4512, you can charge virtually every vehicle battery in your garage--from car, truck, and SUV batteries to motorcycle and jet ski batteries. This makes the device extremely versatile for home use. The 4512 offers multiple charge rates and is compatible with conventional lead-acid car batteries, AGM batteries, gel cell batteries, spiral wound batteries, deep cycle batteries, and marine batteries.
The 4512 uses a proprietary, multi-stage charging algorithm to optimally charge and maintain your vehicle batteries. First the battery is brought automatically to a full charge. Then the charger enters a maintenance mode, keeping the battery in an optimal state until it is needed. Unlike other battery chargers, the 4512 has an override features that enables it to charge batteries that have been deeply drained--for instance, if you left on your car lights. The device is fully automatic--just indicate the battery type and your desired charge rate, and it does the rest.
A seven-segment digital display on the 4512 allows you to easily monitor the battery-charging process. You can set the display to show either the battery voltage or the state of the charge.
The 4512 comes equipped with numerous features to keep you and your battery safe during the charging process. Reverse polarity protection guards against reverse connections, while battery fault protection prevents the device from excessively charging compromised batteries. Smart clamp technology sends power to the output leads only when a proper battery connection has been made. The charger also includes short circuit protection to avoid shorted connections.
The 4512 is backed by a one-year limited warranty.
Founded in 2001, but with a more-than-50-year heritage, Clore Automotive is a leader in the design, development, and manufacture of automotive service equipment for professionals and consumers. Its brands include some of the most widely recognized names in the automotive equipment aftermarket, including Booster PAC, Jump-N-Carry, SOLAR, Christie, VIPER, and T-TECH.
4512 Smart Battery Charger.
Absolute steal, works great and charging and won't overcharge. RecommendPublished 3 months ago by Tj
Super charger for a weekend maintenance charge. I liked them so much I purchased four of them!Published 6 months ago by Steve
This is NOT A SOLAR CHARGER it says Solar on the Box but it needs to be plugged in does not use Solar at all. Read morePublished 8 months ago by wd50
Gotta say, I bought a dozen of these things to charge my electric vehicle. They work perfectly on my 12 AGM's. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Fredtopia
It came as expected and had the features as defined by the description. Gave to my son for xmas and has not been used yet. Guess time will tell on functionality and performance.Published 13 months ago by Mr Bruce Schnelle
My truck's battery obligingly went south shortly after this product arrived. I was happy not to have to fool with trying to charge the battery from another vehicle's battery. Read morePublished 17 months ago by worddancer
When I saw this charger, I immediately thought this would make a great emergency preparedness item. I thought I could leave it in my car for emergencies. Read morePublished 17 months ago by akb--bookworm
This worked great to boost our car, which we sometimes drive infrequently leaving the battery less than fully charged. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Suzinne Barrett