|Item Weight||27.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 14 x 20 inches|
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|Item model number||SE-4022|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SE4022|
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Schumacher SE-4022 2/10/40/200 Amp Manual Wheeled Battery Charger and Tester
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- Equipped with cooling fan for high-performance and long life
- Accommodates both 6 and 12-volt batteries
- Helps in fleet operations
- Analyzes electrical and starting system problems
- Includes two rotary switches and a voltmeter. Item does not ship to CA.
- This product cannot be shipped to Oregon or California
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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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1. Assembly and provided screws. Expect to have a hammer handy as none of the screws fit correctly you'll have to bang each screw to start them to assemble the stand, wheels and pushbar.
2. The plastic wheels and axle are something from a kids toy, not for wheeling around a shop.
3. The 2 brackets that hold the wheels, if you are not careful they will slip and fall directly into the unit itself causing you to open the unit to retrieve them, happened to me twice and I consider myself pretty coordinated.
4. When I initially turned the unit on the gauges did not work. I already had the top off to retrieve the brackets from the wheels and was very surprised that 2 of the clips weren't clipped to the gauges, I tried to slide them on but they were way to wide, I ended up clipping them off and soldering them to the gauges, I then tried the unit and all functions worked.
Moral of the story, for a HD charger like this one that is literally double the price of similar items you can buy at an Autozone or a Sears, I would expect better Q&A, Assembly, an auto-shut-off feature and the Quality of the parts.
That being said, used on 2 vehicles and it does work well after it took me an hour to fix this new out of the box product.
The only bad thing is the plastic, injection molded tires that come with the unit. They are hollow and pretty thin. I can't imagine they would last any length of time if it is moved around frequently. I did not even put them on the unit. I went to Home Depot and bought some hard rubber tires with metal wheels and had to buy some bushings as the axle on the unit is fairly small. It is now a great unit! Schumacher should just spend a little bit more for better tires and charge four or five dollars more.
The handle has sheet metal screws in the sheet metal case which can easily strip out. Also it doesn't shut off when the battery is fully charged.
It has a timer to monitor the length of operation. For the money it's good unit, you need to not trash it around, and take care of it.
I recommend it.
There's already lot's of reviews of this charger, so I'll be brief and to the point.
What I like:
It's never failed to start a car with a dead battery. Just set it for 200 amps, let it sit for a couple minutes and crank the car up. The cables are generally long enough to accomplish whatever job needs done.
What I don't like:
Chintzy wheels could be better.Battery tester is basically a joke... it doesn't give an exact voltage and maxes out at 12.7 volts. I'd like to have had an option for timed charge and a sensor that would charge to full capacity and then go to "trickle" mode.
I'm giving this charger four stars in spite of its shortcomings because it has worked flawlessly for over two years, and it was reasonably priced when I bought it. I feel comfortable recommending this charger to anyone who need a good battery charger, but would make sure I told them of the weaknesses of this charger.