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Kussmaul Introduces Battery Charger

October 19, 2012  | 

Photo courtesy of Kussmaul Electronics.
Photo courtesy of Kussmaul Electronics.

Kussmaul Electronics has introduced the Auto Charge 7 LPC (Model No. 445-4290-5), a seven-amp battery charger.

The lightweight, low-profile charger arrives with a selector switch for two charging modes: float only or three-step charging. The clean output poses no interference with radios and other mobile devices, according to the company.

The lead acid gel cell switch selects optimum charge/float voltages on battery type. This charger's current limiting prevents damage from overload while the load activated cooling fan allows continuous operation at full-rated output. A heavy duty stainless steel case meets the rigors of emergency vehicle use.

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