12V 6/12 Amp Automatic battery Charger and 75 Amp Jump Starter

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About this product

Overview

  • Portable and robust metal battery chargers with LEDs & ammeters to show current charging level
  • Suitable for use ONLY with 12V Lead-Acid type batteries
  • Double insulated and protected against thermal overload and reverse battery connection

Product overview

  • Fully automatic
  • Battery capacity 20Ah-120Ah
  • 6 Amp (RMS) trickle charge
  • 12 Amp (RMS) fast charge 
  • 75 Amp (RMS) engine Jump Start
  • Automatic intelligent charge circuit
  • Ammeter & LED warning display
  • Reverse polarity protection
  • Short circuit protection
  • Over-load protection

Please Note: Suitable for use ONLY with 12V Lead-Acid type batteries, and should not be used to recharge NICAD or any other type of battery

With intelligent charge control, batteries can be connected for long periods, the charger checks the charging rate and maintains an optimum level for the battery

Will this jump start a 2.0L diesel.

Asked by: Jeff
Unfortunately we no longer stock this item as it has been discontinued from our range.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2016-06-21

75 Amp jump start? What size engine will it start, please? I heard that you need about 700 amps.

Asked by: Geoffrey
I'm afraid it doesn't depend on the size of the engine, it would be determined by the CCA of the engine, which can also be affected by age and condition. The CCA for your vehicle should be listed in the owners manual, if this is not the case the CCA of your existing battery should be stamped to the battery itself.
Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2016-02-22
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