|Item Weight||27.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 14 x 20 inches|
|Item model number||SE-4022|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SE4022|
Schumacher SE-4022 2/10/40/200 Amp Manual Wheeled Battery Charger and Tester,Black
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- Equipped with cooling fan for high-performance and long life
- Accommodates both 6 and 12-volt batteries. Heavy-duty transformer. Temperature overload protection
- Analyzes electrical and starting system problems.Ideal for charging expended vehicle batteries
- Includes two rotary switches and a voltmeter. Item does not ship to CA.
- This product cannot be shipped to Oregon or California
- Helps in fleet operations , easy-to-read, color-coded meters. 2-1/4 hour timer. 6 ft power cord and output cables for a total reach of 12 ft
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Schumacher Battery Charger, Manual, 2 - 12 hr, 4 Batteries, 6/12 VDC, 7.2 V, 120 VAC Output, 2/10/40/200 A, 6 ft Cord, Steel, 9-7/8 in Overall Length, 11.7 in Overall Width, 19 in Overall Height, UL Listed, For Works with Fleet Operations, Professional
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Schumacher SE-4022 2/10/40/200 Amp Manual Wheeled Battery Charger and Tester
This manual wheeled battery charger includes a tester and gives professionals a wide range of charging rates and helps in fleet operations. It has the ability to analyze electrical and starting system problems. This charger is ideal for 6 and 12-volt batteries. Its 200-amps help engines for emergency starting and the 40-amp fast charge can charge a battery in 1 to 3 hours. The 2-amp trickle charge charges a small 12-volt battery in 2 to 12 hours. This wheeled charger has a multi-functional tester with two rotary switches and a voltmeter to help in battery testing.
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I purchased this charger based on reviews on this website. The charger arrived double boxed and thankfully so as the outer box was a bit damaged (beat up looking). The unit took about 30 minutes to assemble, a few of the screw holes required drilling as they were not the correct size. The instruction manual mentions that the handle goes where the screws were previously removed, this is not correct as screws are provided to mount the handle. The screw holes are not the correct size and required drilling to mount correctly. Just for kicks, I opened up the unit to see if everything was good to go. Thankfully so, because there were two boards (circuit boards) that were flopping around on the inside. The boards mounted easily inside the unit but there was no way to permanently mount them (i.e. screws). It should be fine unless your work environment is really hard on your equipment. The cables looked a little bit underwhelming, they could have invested a little bit more money to give you better cables. The analog voltmeter looks to be on the cheapo side but it works I guess for what it was designed for. The insides of the unit are very low-tech, just a transformer, a couple of analog meters & switches and a couple of boards. Hope this review helps somebody out, it's a nice unit if you have the ability to make some simple repairs on your own (i.e. mechanical skills). If all goes well with your unit, I recommend that you open up the unit to verify everything is in place (i.e. the two circuit boards), they mount very easily into place.
The first charger arrived containing two significant dents to the outer case/housing. Upon discovering the defects I logged onto the Amazon website and the return process went very smoothly and the replacement arrived in just 2 days (I am an Amazon Prime member). I too understand the challenges for a manufacturer to ship such large heavy metal goods and didn't give the matter a second thought.
However, upon receipt of the replacement charger, while the outer case looked good, it was missing several parts needed for assembly. (In retrospect I should not have returned the first unit, ahead of receiving second replacement as I could have cherry-picked from both parcels to make a whole unit.) Anyway, upon receipt of the 2nd charger (missing several key parts) I contacted Amazon (live chat) but they were unable to send out only the missing parts (that I now understand given the sheer volume of everything that they do) so I had to box-up the entire unit and repeat the return process.
Learning from my first experience, I held the second replacement until the 3rd unit arrived and I was thankful that I did since the 3rd charger had a much larger dent in the outer cabinet, than the first. But thankful all of the parts were there and I was cherry-pick between them and made a whole unit. The 3rd charger is now in my car and will soon be delivered to the UPS sanctioned shipping facility.
While the shipping carton states that the Schumacher name is synonymous with winning, whether it's capturing a National Championship or celebrating over 60 years as a successful company, along with their passion being alive in the technological innovation, complete selection, unsurpassed performance... I would appeal to the Schumacher's about the lack of quality control over their products (although its very doubtful that this message will reach beyond a few people who may see it on Amazon). I should add that in all 3 shipments, the outer cartons did not exhibit any damage/trauma that makes me think that the product imperfections may have existed ahead of the physical shipping?
While I understand (and somewhat reluctantly acquiesce) about the business decision to have products manufactured away from American soil, in my opinion, there is no better way to kill a brand than to consistently deliver inferior products. The Schumacher family tradition runs deep within the automotive racing community and I only ask that they take a good hard look at the products that carry their name.
Bottom line, if you can find a suitable Schumacher charger at a local retail store open the box, inspect and purchase it, or simply be prepared for a volley between the sender/fulfillment center, that is unless a couple of dents are no biggie. Any if you want a bargain, I know of at least 2 chargers that were recently returned and may be available at a discount/open box price due to the imperfections. Happy charging.
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-Be careful not to drop a bracket for wheel bar into unit as I did! (Slipped into the slot when my parts were laid out on unit for installation-had to remove panel to fish it out-no biggie if you have the right specialty bit.)
-As others have said, screws for wheels and other parts are a challenge; the manual pics are so small you can't possibly tell which ones fit where, but in time you work it out. Gentle pressure & patience gets the job done.
-Note, re motorbike batteries: the clamps are rather big to fit on, then somewhat chewed up the terminals.
Would totally recommend this.
2 in 1 benefit in buying this! Wow
So I purchase this little beast. It's actually more expensive at Canadian Tire.
I ended up being the star when after a snow storm I could help my hillbilly neighbours.
Do one for the community they said.
Allready payed for it's self.
The gator clamps are kind of cheap, but very happy with it so far!