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Kussmaul Introduces Battery Charger

October 19, 2012
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.

Kussmaul Introduces Low Ripple Battery Saver

January 27, 2012
Kussmaul Electronics has introduced the Battery Saver Low Ripple HO (Model 091-195-12) power pack with a load transfer relay that reduces the electrical load on police vehicle electronics, according to the company.

New Power Save Timer

June 30, 2011
he new Power Save Timer, Model 091-191-115 introduced by Kussmaul Electronics, is a timer for block heaters that limits the duty cycle of an air conditioning load to one hour "on" and one hour "off." The Power Save Timer reduces the "on" time to 50 percent.

Kussmaul Introduces Block Heater Timer

February 23, 2011
The timer regulates the unit on hour intervals — one hour on, followed by one hour off — and cuts power consumption of the 110-volt heater in half. A bypass switch may be installed to permit full time operation when full power operation is desired.

Texas Agency's Auxiliary Charging Keeps Cruisers Running

January 28, 2011
The Tomball PD implemented a plug-in solution that feeds enough juice to cruiser batteries when they're parked, and conditions the batteries so they don't overcharge, giving the cars just the right electrical charge to power the vehicle, low-voltage Whelen LED light bars, Mobile Data Computers (MDCs) and radio gear.
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