Schumacher Electric SC1353 Automatic Battery Charger, 200 Amp
Universal Fit, 12 volts Voltage, 48A Maximum Amperage, 29.75 lbs. Weight, 120V AC Voltage Input
- The digital display and LED indicators and button controls make for ease and accuracy
- A built-in battery and alternator tester provides charge level and helps diagnose electrical problems
- Multi-stage charging cycles adds precision, safety and battery life
- A float mode monitoring automatically maintains optimum battery charge
- The microprocessor controlled amperage meter automatically adjusts the charge and maintain your battery. Multi-stage charging cycles add precision, safety and battery life
The digital display and LED indicators and button controls make for ease and accuracy. Battery and alternator tester provides charge level and helps diagnose electrical problems. A microprocessor controlled amperage meter automatically adjusts the charge and maintain your battery. Multi-stage charging cycles add precision, safety and battery life. New Float mode monitoring automatically maintains optimum battery charge.
Input Voltage: 120V AC
Input Current: 10A cont/48A int
Output Voltage: 6/12V
Output Current: 6V/2A cont, 6/12V 40A cont
- 200A engine start
- 40A boost
- 6A - 2A charge/maintain
Dimensions: 12.5 × 11.88 × 23.5 in
Weight: 29.75 lb
Safety Certifications: UL, ULC
Warranty Period: 1 year
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