100 Amp 6 Volt 12 Volt Battery Load Tester Chicago Electric Power Tool Brand New on 2040-parts.com
The Villages, Florida, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted
Refund will be given as:Money Back
Item must be returned within:14 Days
Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer
Manufacturer Part Number:90636
Country of Manufacture:China
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100 AMP 6 VOLT 12 VOLT BATTERY LOAD TESTER CHICAGO ELECTRIC POWER TOOL BRAND NEW
Battery Load Tester tests 6 and 12 volt batteries as well as charging system outputs. This battery load tester lets you test 6 volt or 12 volt batteries, test the charging system, analyze the battery condition (explanatory chart included), and test the starter motor. Accurate color-coded voltmeter includes scale from 1 to 16 volts. Load test capacity: 100 amps, 500 to 1000 cold-cranking amps
Battery capacity: 6 volt, 12 volt
Includes heavy-duty battery clips, carrying handle, and rubber feet Amp setting: 100 amps Lead length (with copper-plated clamps): 16-3/4" Long battery clamps
Overall dimensions: 12-3/4" L x 6" W x 3"
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