Keep your batteries at the optimal level, without the concern of overcharging, with the JEGS battery maintainer. This float charger and maintainer supplies the necessary voltage to match your 12V battery's self-discharge rate, keeping it topped-off at all times.
The tools works best when used to charge of small, and maintain large, batteries.
A Battery Charger Assortment to Fit Your Every Need
Whether on the street, or the track, a fully charged battery will directly impact your drive. Issues of early failure, low cranking power and longer charge times can occur when batteries are allowed to regularly go below full-charge. Remedy this issue with this assortment of chargers and maintainers.
The JEGS charger offers a number of features such as reverse hook-up protection, auto voltage detection, and multi-stage charging. When you are looking for a charger to continuously monitor and top-off your battery, the maintainer is the best option. These units feature automatic shut-off, a lightweight design, and combined overheating and reverse polarity protection.
does this work on all battery's, wet, gel etc. ?
Do you have a 220v version?
Is this item made in the USA as the Jegs' promo email suggests? Thanks.
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