Auto Meter SB-5/2 800 Amp Variable Load Battery/Electrical System Tester
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Heavy-Duty repair shops and battery warehouses rely on unparalleled quality and durability of the SB-5/2. An industry standard for over 50 years in the battery industry, this time-proven unit is built to handle even the toughest battery testing environment. An 800 Amp variable load dual carbon pile and a battery temperature compensation scale offer maximum accuracy during battery testing.
- Automatic safety un-loader knob.
- Fan cooling offers built-in protection against overheating.
- Includes 15 second timer and fan override switch for cool down after testing.
- Compatible with 6V & 12V batteries
- Battery CCA Range - 0-1600
- Fan cooling offers built-in protection against overheating. Includes 15 second timer and fan override switch for cool down after testing.
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