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GYS BATIUM 7.12 6v/12v Automotive Battery Charger Autocharge System

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Excl. Vat: £79.97 Incl. Vat: £95.96

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The GYS Batium range controlled by microprocessor guarantees you the maximum effectiveness and security on 6v to 12v Batteries.
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The GYS Batium range controlled by microprocessor guarantees you the maximum effectiveness and security on 6v to 12v Batteries.
    The charge is automatic/without supervision.

    50% shorter charge time compared to a traditional charger. Batium ensures an ultra-quick and safe charge, by providing a constant average current during "boost" phase.

    Batium ensures a 100% charge of all lead-acid batteries* (IwUoU curve). A standard "automatic" charger, W2 or WU curve, charges up to 90% only.

    Batium is a microprocessor controlled smart charger that constantly analyses the state of the battery and regulates the charge according to the battery's needs.

    Deeply discharged batteries that are still in a good state of health (eg: Lights on when the vehicle is stopped) could have a voltage as low as 1V. Batium can charge from 1 volt, whereas most chargers cannot.

    Protection of the on-board electronics. No need to disconnect the battery from the vehicle. No risk of sparks or short-circuits, and no current is supplied to the clamps unless they are connected to the battery terminals.

    Technical Details:
      240 Volts
      Suitable for:
        6v Batteries
        12v Batteries
      Charge:
        Reg = 2
        Effective / RMS = 11A
        Average (EN 60335)
          Reg1 = 3A
          Reg2 = 7A
      Fuse 15A
      Size 28x20x12cm
      Weight 4.2kg

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Brand GYS
Make GYS
Manufacturer Part Number 024557

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