Battery Tender Portable Power Tender Plus Charger

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    Battery Tender Portable Power Tender Plus Charger

    • Compact charger designed for portable operation, with convenient, built-in compartment for accessory cable storage
    • Charges and maintains both flooded and sealed, maintenance free, AGM, lead acid batteries
    • Float / Maintenance function maintains batteries at proper storage voltage without the damaging effects caused by trickle chargers
    • The Portable Power Tender International is easy to use, it's rugged, its compact, it's packed with power, and it's backed by the reputation of the undisputed battery charger industry leader, DELTRAN
    • Universal AC Input: Voltage 100-240 VAC @ 50/60 Hz
    • Output: 12 Volts DC @ 5 Amps or 2.5 Amps
    • Maximum Output Current is automatically selected based on the cable accessory output connector configuration
    • Switchmode Power Converter Design: Lightweight: approx. 4 lbs (1.8 kg)
    • 4-Step Fully Automatic Charging (Initialization, Bulk, Absorption, Float)
    • Spark Proof
    • Short Circuit Protected
    • Reverse Polarity Protected
    • 2-Year Warranty
    • Always use a battery charger with a nominal output voltage that matches the nominal battery voltage. (i.e. 12 volt charger for 12 volt batteries)
    • Item # 12324
    • SKU #117833
    • Mfr. Part # 022-0142-DL-WH

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    Battery Tender- Portable Power Tender Plus Charger

    This charger works GREAT!! I use it for my boat my car and my motorcycle. The cool thing is if you forget about it it’s not going to ruin your battery.

    jeremy cornwell - April 27, 2009

    (salem, OR)
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