Ring 4A Car Battery Smart Charger Maintainer 6V 12V - Black

Ring 4A Car Battery Smart Charger Maintainer 6V 12V - Black


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A 4 Amp Vehicle Battery Smart Charger for both 6V and 12V vehicles: This is one of Ring Automotive's most versatile and intelligent car battery chargers. It's the smallest of its siblings and very well priced. The charger is recommended for START/STOP batteries and is compatible with lead batteries, gel batteries, calcium batteries, AGM batteries and EFB batteries. A maintenance function keeps batteries in good condition without risk of overcharging. In line with Ring Automotive's usability design, the charger features their unique one button operation as well as a large backlit digital display for ease of use as well as reverse polarity and short-circuit protection for safety. Connect and forget: Be sure that there won't be any over charging as a result of using the smart charger with the charger adjusting automatically to long-term maintenance mode when the vehicle's battery is full. Not suitable for Lithium batteries.

Manufacturers Specs

• 4A smart charger and battery maintainer
• Suitable for 6V and 12V vehicles
• Up to 2A or 4A charge rate selection
• STOP/START compatible
• 7-Stage charging process
• Large LCD display screen that clearly shows voltage and charging progress
• Cold weather charging mode which protects batteries in cold temperatures
• Quick connectors with clamps or O-ring terminals for long term connection
• One button operation for ease-of-use
• Reverse polarity and short-circuit protection
• Connect and be sure - automatically adjusts to long-term maintenance mode when battery is full
• Product dimensions (mm): HxWxD 147 x 85 x 53
• Weight (kg): 0.6
• Voltage: 230V
• Wattage:920W
• Amps Output: 4A

Type: Smart
Amps: 4
Voltage: 6/12

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Pleased with this item and excellent speed of delivery 😊


Came exactly as specified and very quickly. Can’t fault at all


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