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39.9000 2022-06-21 Only 1 left In Stock
customer review - by , February 2, 2018
5/ 5stars
Great. Easy to use. The best tester I ever had.
customer review - by , February 2, 2018
5/ 5stars
Use it regularly. Easy to understand functionality.
customer review - by , September 9, 2017
5/ 5stars
Why I bought this tool? A volt meter will show you the same thing. The graphs on the face of the tool is why I purchased it. You don’t have to look up the specifications for each type of battery, Lead Acid, AGM, Gel or Lithium. It’s right in front of you and it makes the analysis super quick and accurate.
customer review - by , July 7, 2017
5/ 5stars
Hardly any vehicles these days come with voltmeters that continuously read the battery voltage. Digital voltage readouts are available as aftermarket items and are not difficult to install. But, even if you have an aftermarket digital voltmeter they only hold their readouts for the display update time which is only a fraction of a second. Because the lowest cranking voltage occurs very quickly a digital voltage display won't reliably detect the lowest voltage and hold it the way the Optimate does. THIS IS THE BEST INEXPENSIVE TOOL TO SHOW THE CRANKING VOLTAGE. A thousand-dollar digital storage oscilloscope would be better... but you can't throw one of those into a motorcycle hard case for portable use. Use this tool to check the resting, cranking, and charging voltages occasionally, jot them down in a logbook, and this ONE TOOL will give you an indication of the health of your motorcycle battery, alternator, and starter. If it shows that everything is ok it will provide peace of mind. If it shows your battery, alternator, and starter are dead or dying, it will pay for itself by telling you where to troubleshoot. This tool is recommended by Tracy Martin in his book on Motorcycle Electrical Systems. BTW, I have a 5-year-old Shorai lithium battery in my bike, and this works perfectly with it. My resting volts are in the green (around 13.4 volts) (lithiums are higher than lead-acids), my alternator output voltage is in the green (14.1 volts), and my starting voltage is 8 volts... in the yellow. But everything else is ok and the bike starts just fine, so I'm not worried.
customer review - by , March 3, 2017
5/ 5stars
The stuff I got works fine
customer review - by , January 1, 2017
4/ 5stars
Good did the job.
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State Of Charge Battery Tester

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By Sidney Wade Absher
Date Added: Thursday 15 February, 2018
Great. Easy to use. The best tester I ever had.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Raymond Wendel Dunn
Date Added: Tuesday 13 February, 2018
Use it regularly. Easy to understand functionality.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Farrok
Date Added: Sunday 24 September, 2017
Why I bought this tool? A volt meter will show you the same thing. The graphs on the face of the tool is why I purchased it. You don’t have to look up the specifications for each type of battery, Lead Acid, AGM, Gel or Lithium. It’s right in front of you and it makes the analysis super quick and accurate.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Divot
Date Added: Friday 21 July, 2017
Hardly any vehicles these days come with voltmeters that continuously read the battery voltage. Digital voltage readouts are available as aftermarket items and are not difficult to install. But, even if you have an aftermarket digital voltmeter they only hold their readouts for the display update time which is only a fraction of a second. Because the lowest cranking voltage occurs very quickly a digital voltage display won't reliably detect the lowest voltage and hold it the way the Optimate does. THIS IS THE BEST INEXPENSIVE TOOL TO SHOW THE CRANKING VOLTAGE. A thousand-dollar digital storage oscilloscope would be better... but you can't throw one of those into a motorcycle hard case for portable use. Use this tool to check the resting, cranking, and charging voltages occasionally, jot them down in a logbook, and this ONE TOOL will give you an indication of the health of your motorcycle battery, alternator, and starter. If it shows that everything is ok it will provide peace of mind. If it shows your battery, alternator, and starter are dead or dying, it will pay for itself by telling you where to troubleshoot. This tool is recommended by Tracy Martin in his book on Motorcycle Electrical Systems. BTW, I have a 5-year-old Shorai lithium battery in my bike, and this works perfectly with it. My resting volts are in the green (around 13.4 volts) (lithiums are higher than lead-acids), my alternator output voltage is in the green (14.1 volts), and my starting voltage is 8 volts... in the yellow. But everything else is ok and the bike starts just fine, so I'm not worried.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By victor j holman
Date Added: Thursday 16 March, 2017
The stuff I got works fine
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By A Customer
Date Added: Monday 09 January, 2017
Good did the job.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
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