8-Stage Battery Charger 35-ME1205
This is a fully automatic battery charger with 8 charge stages.
Automatic charging protects your battery from being overcharged, so you can leave the charger connected to the battery indefinitely. 8-stage charging is a very comprehensive and accurate charging that gives your battery longer life and better performance compared to using traditional chargers.
8-stage chargers are suitable for most battery types including WET, MF, Calcium, AGM, and Gel batteries. They may also help restore drained and desulphated batteries.
The Desulphation stage may break down sulphation that occurs in batteries that have been left flat for extended periods of time, returning them back to full charge. Sulphation happens when lead-sulphate hardens and clogs up the battery cells.
A preliminary charge process that gently introduces power to the battery. This protects the battery and increases battery life.
Bulk (Constant Current):
Bulk mode charges the battery at the maximum current until approximately 80% battery capacity
Absorption (constant voltage):
Charging with declining current to maximise up to 100% battery capacity
An automatic battery test is conducted immediately after the absorption stage. The test monitors the voltage for 90 seconds to determine if the charge successful.
Choose the recond program to add the recond step to the charging process. During the recond step voltage increases to create controlled gasing in the battery. Gasing mixes the battery and gives back energy to the battery>
The float stage maintains the battery at 100% charge without overcharging or damaging the battery. This means the charger can be left connected to the battery indefinitely.
Maintaining the battery at 95-100% capacity. The charger monitors the battery voltage and gives a pulse when necessary to keep the battery fully charged.
The battery has an 8-step fully automatic charging cycle.
The cycle is repeated infinitely. If the terminal voltage drops below a lower limit, the charger automatically goes back to the beginning of the charging curve.