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25-Amp Simple Battery Charger with 75-Amp Engine Start

$78.62 /each

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Product Overview

The BLACK & DECKER 25-Amp Simple Battery Charger is a handheld charger that include an alternator check and engine start function. It features a 4 ft. cord. The charger is also equipped to shut off automatically.

  • Handheld automatic car battery charger
  • Includes alternator check function
  • Includes engine start function
  • Automatic shutoff
  • Reverse-polarity protection
  • Comes with 4 ft. cord

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
12 

Details

Amperage (amps) 
25 
Automatic shutoff 
Yes 
Automatic/Manual 
Automatic 
Battery Test Function 
Yes 
Battery tester included 
Yes 
Charger type 
AC 
Cooling fan 
No 
Cord Length (ft.) 
Engine start function 
Yes 
Handheld/wheels 
Hand 
Product Weight (lb.) 
5 lb 
Rechargeable 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Reverse Polarity Protection 
Yes 
Voltage Output (volts) 
12.0 V 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 Year Warranty 

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Does "not rechargeable " mean you only get one use "jump" ?

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It does have a 'Crank/Start" feature, wherein it can supply up to 75 Amps for a few seconds, but then it has to 'wait' 5 minutes to do that again. I would recommend charging a 'dead' battery for about 10 minutes *FIRST*, then attempting the 'Crank/Start' feature.
It charges at variable voltage, slowly increasing as the battery it's connected get closer to fully charge (good feature), and can supply up to
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It does have a 'Crank/Start" feature, wherein it can supply up to 75 Amps for a few seconds, but then it has to 'wait' 5 minutes to do that again. I would recommend charging a 'dead' battery for about 10 minutes *FIRST*, then attempting the 'Crank/Start' feature.
It charges at variable voltage, slowly increasing as the battery it's connected get closer to fully charge (good feature), and can supply up to 25 amps of charging current.
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This product does not have an internal battery. It relies on a power cord therefore it is not rechargeable.
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Does it charge deep cycle marine batteries?

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Yes, it will charge any 12 volt battery.
"Deep Cycle" simply means that the battery was constructed with thicker internal plates (and some other minor differences) that favor a duty cycle of low load, deeply discharged (down to 40-50%) instead of the typical use in a car, where it has to supply high current for a few seconds, but spends the rest of it's time mostly or fully charged.
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Yes, it will charge any 12 volt battery.
"Deep Cycle" simply means that the battery was constructed with thicker internal plates (and some other minor differences) that favor a duty cycle of low load, deeply discharged (down to 40-50%) instead of the typical use in a car, where it has to supply high current for a few seconds, but spends the rest of it's time mostly or fully charged.
Discharging a car battery down to 40% or less like a 'Deep Cycle' is designed to do will shorten the life of a car battery.
Think of 'Deep Cycle' as light continuous load with a discharge to less than 50% between charges.
This charger has a 'Smart' charge style, inasmuch as it doesn't go 'full blast' on a completely dead battery, and it increases the charging voltage as the battery gets closer to full. (Theoretically, 13.2 V, but realistically, anything above 12.8 V can be considered a 'Fully Charged' 12 volt battery.)
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Can you leave the charger connected in maintenance mode?

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Can you use charger for electrolysis rust removal

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