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Batteryminder Charger/maintainer/desulfator System - Model 1500 on 2040-parts.com

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Evergreen, Colorado, United States

Evergreen, Colorado, United States
Condition:Used

I've owned this for 3 years to charge a 12V marine battery for my trailer.  It works flawlessly.  I'm only selling it because I recently bought a pair of 6-volt batteries to run in series and needed a larger charger to support the 220A capacity of the twin batteries

The BatteryMINDer 1500 with 
SmarTECHnology is a plug 'n run 1.5 Amp battery charger/maintainer with a full-time automatic pulse desulfator can help extend a battery's life up to 4 times its normal life. Ideal for charging, maintaining or recovering 12V flooded, sealed, maintenance-free, starter, deep-cycle, AGM and marine batteries. Automatic high-low temperature compensator is installed to ensure that batteries will never be overcharged or undercharged, regardless of the operating temperature. 

Key Features

  • Can Help Extend a Battery's Life Up To 4 Times Its Normal Life
  • 5 Year Factory Direct Warranty, Includes Clamps
  • Input Voltage: 100-240 VAC 50/60 Hz, Voltage: 12 Volt, Output: 1.5 Amp
  • Automatic high-low temperature compensator is installed to ensure that batteries will never be overcharged or undercharged
  • Ideal for charging, maintaining or recovering 12V flooded, sealed, maintenance-free, starter, deep-cycle, AGM and marine batteries.

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