|Item Weight||1.08 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.5 x 3.75 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||G750|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||G750|
|OEM Part Number||BC 90-8160|
|Cover Included||G750 Advanced Battery Trickle Charger Maintainer, Battery Clamps with Integrated Eyelet Terminals, User Guide, 5-Year Limited Warranty|
NOCO Genius G750 6V/12V .75 Amp Battery Charger and Maintainer
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|Battery Cell Composition||Lead-Acid, AGM|
|Item Weight||1.08 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||6.5 x 3.75 x 4 inches|
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- A 20 amp (10 amp per bank) on-board battery charger for charging and maintaining two 12-volt batteries independently.
- Completely recharge smaller capacity batteries on motorcycles, atvs, snowmobiles, personal watercraft, scooters, and power wheels up to 30 amp-hours.
- Works with all types of 6-volt and 12-volt lead-Acid batteries, including wet, gel, and AGM, or any common automotive, deep-cycle, marine, or maintenance-free battery.
- Keep your battery fully charged without worry or overcharge. Simply plug-in and let our advanced charging technology automatically monitor and maintain your battery.
- Use our advanced repair mode to reverse the damaging effects when batteries are left uncharged for extended periods to improve battery performance and longevity.
- Fit Type: Universal fit
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NOCO Genius smart battery chargers are some of the safest and most advanced on the market. One of our best, the G750. 75 Amp is designed to charge 6-volt and 12-volt batteries up to 30Ah. It can also effectively maintain automotive, marine, RV, power sport, lawn & garden and deep-cycle batteries. It charges 2x faster than ordinary battery chargers, can repair damaged batteries and is designed to accommodate micro-hybrid start-stop vehicles and CANBUS electrical systems. Guided by an onboard microcomputer, the G750 monitors battery activity for safe and efficient charging, automatically minimizes energy consumption and provides redundant levels of safety protection including spark-proof technology, as well as reverse polarity and overcharge protection. It can remain safely connected 24/7, while its streamlined design makes it ultra-compact, portable and incredibly lightweight. It's impact, UV and water-resistant (IP64) and easily mounts to any AC wall outlet. Intuitive LED indicators provide visual state-of-charge feedback and diagnostic information, even while in maintenance mode. The G750 is designed for use on 120-volt 50-60Hz electrical systems and includes X-Connect battery clamps with integrated eyelet terminals, as well as a 5-year limited.
From the manufacturer
The Genius G750 is a portable automatic battery charger and maintainer
2 Chargers In One
Designed for charging starter and deep-cycle 12V and 6V lead-acid batteries (including AGM and more). Recovers batteries that are worn out, and will never overcharge your battery.
Intuitive visual diagnostic tool for detecting reverse polarity, low-voltage or damaged batteries.
Applies a high-voltage pulse charge when low-voltage, sulfation or lost capacity is detected.
Automatically enables the charging port to charge CANbus systems.
Protects against reverse polarity, overcharging, open-circuits, short-circuits, and overheating.
Keeps the battery fully charged without overcharging, indefinitely.
Stabilizes internal battery chemistry for increased performance and longevity.
Alters the charging process based on organic battery feedback.
Minimizes energy consumption when full power is not needed.
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I initially bought the G750 because I had a drained car battery. The box and the Amazon description both say it charges "Cars, Trucks, RVs, Boats, Equipment and More.
It further states on the box, "Charge Fully Drained Batteries"
Now I understand from more research on this product that this G750 says it is for batteries up to 30aH and that my problem is that car batteries are more like 100aH. But why did it take me numerous google searches to figure that out. They should really be clear that the G750 is not suitable for car batteries instead of relying on the customer to know the aH of their car battery. Who really knows the aH of their car battery?
It turns out also that you cannot charge a fully drained battery because this thing needs the battery to have a half decent charge for it to even work. On the instructions it tells you that if your battery is dead, you should jump it to put power in it. What? I thought it was supposed to charge a "fully drained battery." It is advertised as both a charger and a float charger.
Out of the box it is only working on one of my 4 car batteries but doesn't seem to be putting out much more than 12.8, measuring with my multimeter.
Perhaps yes I should have been more careful to read that I might need a larger model for a car battery but it's only on the user comments and questions where I obtained that information. It should be made more clear by the manufacturer. Part of what I think the problem is now is that in the Amazon reviews section, Amazon should do more to highlight that the different reviews are for different amp sizes and while this is obvious now, it was not at all obvious when I was first trying to make this purchase.
I ended up getting the G3500 which does charge my cars and truck battery from even a totally depleted state. It puts out 3.5 amps which is enough to charge all of my batteries at the most overnight if they are pretty dead. And does a good job as a maintainer.
However, in retrospect, even the G3500 is relatively slow for the larger car and truck batteries and if I could do the purchase over again, I'd get the model that puts out at least 10 amps.
I've used it to maintain or charge 3 motorcycle batteries using these leads: ( NOCO Genius GC002 Eyelet Terminal Connector . By purchasing 2 extra terminal connectors for my other bikes (FYI, the .75 amp kit does come with ONE terminal connector, which is all you need if all you have is one motorcycle), I don't have to "access" the often hard-to-get-to battery and use the clamp type connector. You can then just tuck the female terminal connector end out of the way (under your seat, under the cowling, etc) until you put your bike away for more than a few days, then plug it in to your G750 charger. Nice! I highly recommend this G750 if you have a motorcycle. If you have cars that you don't drive very often (larger batteries...), buy a bigger/more expensive NOCO model charger that can be used on motorcycle AND cars/trucks. I don't have that need (I only have one 4-wheeled vehicle - a Range Rover, and it's driven almost daily by either me or my wife), so the $30 G750 fit the bill for my needs (this also works for lawn-mower batteries and other smaller batteries). If my review helped you, please click the button below so others can see my review at a glance. Thanks!
From now on, I'll be relying on another less 'intelligent' but known highly reliable float charger product that is impervious to cold weather.
Top reviews from other countries
For an 80 Ah battey like mine, the "Genius" brand is very expensive compare to other brands that do the exact same thing. I bought an other brand after returning that one and saved 100$. But, this brand has the reputation to be the best long term investment. Just be sure to evaluate your needs.
Great service when returning the item, easy and fast.
No indicator of what voltage mode it is on and regardless of what mode I was on, after using it a week+, it made NO impact on a battery that I was able to charge with a different charger. Total waste of money. I tried to do research to find out if I was doing something wrong, and found nothing.