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    OptiMate MONITOR O-125 / Battery status & charge system monitor for 12V lead-acid, with in-line SAE connectability.

    € 21,99 Delivery time: 2-3 WORKdays
    Battery status & charge system monitor for 12V lead-acid, with in-line SAE connectability.... Show more
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    Product description

    Monitor charge of any 12V lead-acid battery or confirm if vehicle charging system is working correctly. Connects to any SAE battery lead or adapter.

    • 2 automatic Modes – Battery charge level monitor (single LED blink mode) & Charging system test (arrow mode).
    • 4 LEDs cover ‘full to empty’ voltage range of all 12V batteries, including higher voltage AGM for power sport (4th √√ LED ≥ 12.7V ).
    • Battery charge level : LED matching charge level blinks every 5 seconds (long term draw less than 0.2mA).
    • Fast blink mode for first 15 seconds after connection to battery, ideal for quick check of multiple batteries (e.g. vehicles on showroom floor).
    • Vehicle Charge system : LED arrow mode activates when charge voltage reaches minimum 13.5V ( green LED) or ideal range of 14V+ (√√ green LED).
    • SAE charge port with weatherproof sealing cap.
    • Length=6″ / 15cm, SAE connector.

    Premium battery monitor designed by TecMate. 3-year limited warranty.

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    Article number
    tm-o125

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    OptiMate MONITOR O-125 / Battery status & charge system monitor for 12V lead-acid, with in-line SAE connectability.
    € 21,99
    OptiMate MONITOR O-125 / Battery status & charge system monitor for 12V lead-acid, with in-line SAE connectability.
    Delivery time: 2-3 WORKdays
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