|Item Weight||13.4 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||12.2 x 10.8 x 6 inches|
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|Item model number||PSC-12500A|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PSC12500A|
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Schumacher PSC-12500A DSR ProSeries 125/15-40/2 Amp 6/12 Volt Automatic SpeedCharge Hybrid Battery Charger/Starter
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- Charges 6 and 12 Volt batteries
- For 12 Volt regular automotive, deep-cycle, AGM/Gel Cell, and 6 Volt regular batteries
- Fully automatic and microprocessor controlled
- 125 ampere 12 Volt engine start - for emergency starting
- 15 to 40 ampere 6 and 12 Volt rapid charge with self-adjusting, variable charge rates and float-mode monitoring
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Schumacher's PSC-12500A Auto Speed Charge Hybrid Battery Charger with Engine Start charges 6 and 12 Volt batteries, with 15-40 ampere self-adjusting, variable charge rates and float-mode monitoring. There is also a 2 ampere trickle charge rate for small 12 Volt batteries, and a 125 ampere emergency start charge. This Charger/Starter is fully automatic with a built-in digital Volt meter and alternator tester.
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This charger has a desulfate mode and if it senses your battery is sulfated and not taking a proper charge it will automatically engage. I have not tested this function nor have I extensively used the start function.
Update 30 November 2015- If you are wanting to desulfate your lead acid/ gel/ AGM battery look at the PulseTech Xtreme chargers. (XC-100-P Xtreme). In all the desolators we have tested - Pulse Tech is the only ones that really work well. Check my reviews for more information on desulfating.
Another positive feature that most smart chargers do not have is the ability to engage and charge a battery that is almost dead. This charger will engage and charge a battery that is as low as .1 volts. Most smart chargers while not charge a normal car battery that is below 6-8 volts. (Very inconvenient if you accidentally left something on and ran the battery completely dead)
I bought this charger to fast charge my RV batteries (while dry camping) when running off a generator. It testing it charges them at least 2-3 times faster than the normal onboard RV charger/inverter and quickly takes the batteries to 100% (in just hours) rather than requiring an entire day like most onboard chargers. Another plus is that this charger is small compact and weighs in at just a little over 10 Lbs. I tend to research things to death before I buy them and this charger continues to seem to be the right choice. If you should have questions you can email me at TeamFamilyAffair@hotmail.com
Update 30 Nov 2015- For wild camping or dry camping (camping with out hookups) use where we wanted to get the batteries charged as quickly as possible we changed out the Schumacher charger to a Stanley 40 amp Intelligent fast Charger and then top off with available solar power from the panels on our roof. The Schumacher charger still works well but the Stanley Charger paired with a Honda 1000 generator works extremely well for our particular application.
Update 30 Nov 2015-I noticed there are some comments and concerns about not getting a full 40 amps out of this and some other chargers. The current you get out of the charger will be dependent on charger (of course) but also the battery's capacity and and the internal resistance battery you are trying to charge. Smaller batteries as well as batteries where the plates are sulfated-have higher internal resistances so they simply will not take current as quickly as a large battery or battery bank.
I would agree with the statement from another reviewer: Where did Schumacher buy those microprocessors? They seemed to have a problem.
The charger is a bit on the noisy side (didn't bother me). It has no on/off switch and the cable storage clips are too small to hold both cables.
At the end it produced a charged battery, but I was expecting a better product for the ~$99 I paid.
We hooked up our other charger to the same battery. The charger is a 25 year old cheapo that charged up the same 4D battery no problemo. In other words, this relatively expensive new unit was unable to compete with an old rusty "swap meet special".
I looked around the site here and, unless I am missing something, found that there is no option available to return the unit. We will be buying a replacement, from a different manufacturer, from a local retailer so that at least we get a year of warranty out of it.
Shopper be warned: do not purchase this unreliable product.
After hearing from Schumacher, Amazon replaced the item. Again Amazon makes it right!