Extra Long Cord.
This is a high quality smart automatic multiple state charger that will maintain your starting battery at top
performance. Come with an extra long cord with a standard 12 volt lighter style plug. #ps5
Designed expressly for motorcycles, ATVs, snowmobiles, tractors and mowers. Any vehicles that has a lighter style power outlet or socket and small profile battery.
Don't overcharge your battery by using chargers that were deigned for larger batteries or are not smart chargers.
-Ships form the USA.
-Three state automatic trickle charger.
- Works on flood cell, AGM and Gel batteries.
-Green and red indicator light to indicate charging and full charge.
-800 ma for smaller motorcycle style 12 volt lead acid batteries.
-10 foot charging cord.
-Short circuit protection.
-100V/ 240V operation.
This is a listing for one (1 ) smart automatic trickle 12 volt charger. Designed for motorcycle or mower style batteries. Works with any socket and will maintain the ready charge state of your mower motorcycle, ATV, or snowmobile. The charger has alligator clips with a 10 ft cord. The long cord, allows you to charge at a convenient location from a 110 volt wall outlet.
The charger has an indicator light that glows red while it is charging at 10 watts and a green when your battery is topped off. It will not overcharge your battery. You can keep this charger plugged into your battery if you are not going to use your Motorcycle for extended periods of time it will maintain the charge at full charge. If you are not using your bike for a period of time, your battery will start discharging to a point where it will not be capable of starting. The time period depends on how new or good your battery is. With the trickle charger plugged in your battery, it will be maintained at it top performance. When it starts to discharge the charger will bring it back to full charge and go into the float state.
It is used for maintaining full charge when a good battery is at rest. If your battery is discharged to a very low or dead state the charger will blink red to indicate that state.
The charger has short circuit protection so if you plug it into a damaged battery or accidentally drop the plug in water it will not damage the charger. The wall mounted charger should be plugged into a 110 volt outlet and should be kept dry. The socket that you plug the charger into must be attached directly to your battery through a fuse wire harness for safety. This allows your battery to be charging when your ignition is off.