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Keep your batteries charged and ready to go in any situation with the Stanley 15-amp Battery Charger. Just connect the charger clamps to the terminal and press charge. The Stanley battery charger automatically does the rest. An LCD digital display keeps you updated on the status and One Touch Technology keeps all the important functions at your fingertips. Conformal coating provides moisture protection for the device.
Stanley 15-amp Battery Charger:
- 15-amp high frequency battery charger with quick start timer
- One touch technology: charger / quick start timer / battery test / recondition
- LCD digital display shows battery status
- Conformal coated for moisture protection
- Heavy-duty metal battery clamps with storage
|Compatible Devices:||Car/Boat Rechargeable Battery|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||BC1509|
|Features:||15-amp high frequency charger with quick start timer , Heavy duty metal battery clamps with storage , LCD digital display shows battery status|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||8.00 x 11.00 x 5.00 Inches|
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- No it does not. It will give your battery all the current it wants up to 15A, and will go down as the current draw diminishes . Unless your battery is very dead, it will not draw 15A for more than a minute or so.by George12/24/2016Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Nope, just one button to push called "charge". Does it all automatically. For car/marine battery charging it really shouldn't be an issue, since it will go to float mode and not cook your battery. However, if you had a very small capacity battery then the charger could conceivably "cook" it at higher charge amperage than it is designed for - that's where an amp-limiting feature like you mentioned would be nice to have.by rhythmsmith2/23/2015Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- This charger is fully automatic. It will start out high and analyse the battery condition and charge. It will bring the battery up to full charge then go into float mode ( goes on and off to maintain full charge). Great unit.by gbent8/22/2013Was this answer helpful? (3) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Wrong question. You should ask what is the float voltage, which is fixed. The battery will draw about an amp or so at the beginning of float, and gradually draw less current with time. When the battery is fully charged, the current draw will typically be 0.1A or less, at the float voltage (which hasn't changed). This is assuming your battery is in good shape, and no parasitic drain from car accessories during the float period.by George11/20/2016Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Unfortunately it doesn't display amps once it reaches float mode, it just says "FLO". Very disappointing to me, since I purchased it for the amps display.by rhythmsmith2/14/2015Was this answer helpful? (0) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- There are too many variables (how dead, and for how long) to give you a precise answer. If all you need is to start the car in a pinch, the answer is probably an hour or so. If you want to resuscitate a very dead battery completely, overnight would lots better.by George12/24/2016Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- This would vary depending on the size of the battery, its discharge level, ambient temperatures and many other factors. However a typical size battery approximately 50% discharged would take less than 4 hours to charge.by Stanley12Volt8/10/2016Written by a verified representative from Stanley12VoltWas this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
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