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"Float Charger Battery Maintainer - 12.5 Volt, 1.2 Amp Charge Rate"

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"The Float Charger Battery Maintainer helps you maintain your 12V battery at a safe, constant voltage for maximum battery life. ETL US approved. Maintains Yes, Amps 1.2, Overcharge Protection Yes, Polarity Reversal Protection Yes, Power Cord ft. 2, Works With 12V battery, Charges Multiple Batteries qty. 1, Charges Yes. Bulk mode ensures that current continues until the battery is fully charged Float mode trickle charge maintains a fully charged battery at a safe, constant voltage Built-in overcharge protection prevents battery damage 5-ft.L, 18 AWG cables with 2-ft. extensions containing your choice of battery terminal rings or nickel-plated clamps 12.5V with 1.2 Amp charge rate"
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Questions & Answers for "Float Charger Battery Maintainer - 12.5 Volt, 1.2 Amp Charge Rate"

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How do you connect the wires on this float charger

asked 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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Tom78
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answer 1
The charger comes with two adapters, one that is permanently attached to a battery and one that is temporarily attached with spring clips. Both have a polarized connector to mate with the charger connector.
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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sa1939
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Wel-Bilt Expert
This maintainer includes two types of battery connectors: one has battery terminal rings (these must be bolted to the battery terminals) and the other has nickel-plated clamps (for quick attach/detach applications). The battery connectors have cables that attach to the maintainer's cable with corresponding plugs.
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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WelBiltExpert11
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Do they make this in a 6 volt model?

asked 1 year, 5 months ago
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Brushcut
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Wel-Bilt Expert
The Wel-Bilt Battery Maintainer is not available in a 6 volt model.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
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