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10-Amp Simple Battery Charger

$42.10 /each

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The BLACK & DECKER 10-Amp Simple Battery Charger, with its high frequency charge technology, charges 12-volt batteries quickly and efficiently. This charger features a simple selector dial and a scrolling LCD screen which displays charger rate, battery diagnostics and voltage.

  • 12-volt DC output, continuous 10-amps
  • Patented alternator check
  • Simple selector dials for easy operation
  • Scrolling LCD screen displays battery voltage, charge rate and battery diagnostics
  • Reverse polarity alarm warns against improper connections to battery
  • Heavy-duty cables and clamps for increased durability
  • On board cable and clamp storage
  • Cord/cable wrap and clamp storage allow unit to store safely and compactly
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Can it work on 240V ac input ?

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No, this will not run on 240V.
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Is this a 10a charge start to finish or graduated?

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Some chargers begin with low charging and build to 10amps. I need one that starts immediately at 10amps. Is that this model?
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Actually, if you have a good/fairly new battery, the reverse is true. If a "good" battery is depleted slightly, all these chargers will develop and "push" the maximum amps into the battery in the beginning, because the battery is "willing". Then, when the battery charge state nears completion, the charger "automatically" (not really true, since the voltage of the battery is now sufficient to "push back") Read More
Actually, if you have a good/fairly new battery, the reverse is true. If a "good" battery is depleted slightly, all these chargers will develop and "push" the maximum amps into the battery in the beginning, because the battery is "willing". Then, when the battery charge state nears completion, the charger "automatically" (not really true, since the voltage of the battery is now sufficient to "push back") lowers its charge rate to about 2 amps to "maintain" the charge status.
However, If you have an old/sulfated/tired battery, the charger can't "push" the voltage to the correct level, hence the amps can't be pushed either. So, in that case, the "amps" will start low (because of the BATTERY condition, not the quality of charger) and build to 10 amps after the battery condition improves. In the case of a VERY poor or shot battery, no amount of amps will penetrate the sulfate barrier. Read Less
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How long should it take to charge a riding mower battery to charge

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This is a difficult question without more information. If everything is "normal" and you have a new but slightly depleted battery, it should only take a few hours to get charged. If the battery WAS new but left over the winter fully depleted (as in less than 10.5 volts), this typically ruins a lead-acid battery, and it won't charge correctly, or at all. This is not the fault of the charger OR the Read More
This is a difficult question without more information. If everything is "normal" and you have a new but slightly depleted battery, it should only take a few hours to get charged. If the battery WAS new but left over the winter fully depleted (as in less than 10.5 volts), this typically ruins a lead-acid battery, and it won't charge correctly, or at all. This is not the fault of the charger OR the battery; just simple physics and simple chemistry.
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