CTEK 56-158 US3300 Battery Charger
CTEK battery chargers are perfectly suited for charging all types of lead-acid batteries. A CTEK charger is easy to use. It can be connected for an extended period gently maintained by pulses. The charger is electronic safe, which means you do not normally need to remove the battery from the vehicle when charging. In addition it is reverse polarity protected and short circuit proof. The charger also has spark protection system.
The US3300 is a three step, fully automatic switch mode model that charges lead-acid batteries (Wet, MF, Gel and AGM from 2Ah to 90Ah. Maintenance pulse charging increases battery life and gives superb performance. It charges even drained batteries and pulse recover of slightly sulphated batteries. It features three unique charging modes for use on small batteries, large batteries and a special cold mode that is also suitable for AGM batteries. It has low back current drain and low ripple and input voltage independent (85-125V). High 85% efficiency. Delivered with two interchangeable connection leads: one with clamps and one with eyelet terminals. The charger can be connected for months and is ideal for seasonal vehicles. It has a compact design with mounting holes for permanet assembly.
Item Details7" x 2-1/4" x 1-1/2"
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