Auto Meter 9217 Extreme Environment Battery Pack/Charger Kit, 12V, 1.4AH
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The perfect solution for vehicles without a charging system, this lightweight, compact AGM battery will power 3 Auto Meter Extreme Environment Gauges at their default brightness level for approximately 5 hours. Maintain your Auto Meter EEG Battery Pack with the included fully automatic smart battery charger, which allows for both quick charging and automatic maintenance cycles.
- Run Time Based on Default (75%) Gauge Brightness (Auto Meter EEG) - 1 Gauge - Approx. 18 hours; 2 Gauges - Approx. 9 Hours; 3 Gauges - Approx. 5 Hours; 4 Gauges - Approx. 4 Hours
- Charge statistics - Fast Charger 14.9VDC; Float Charge 13.8VDC
- Not for use with any other batteries
- Do not expose to underhood temperatures
- 12v 1.4 AH
- 110 - 240 VAC 5060Hz
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