MIS Tecmate TECTM 500 Optimate Dc To Dc 7Step Chrgr/Tstr P7576855MIS-TECTM-500 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/MIS/MIS-TECTM-500.jpg Tecmate TECTM 500 Optimate Dc To Dc 7Step Chrgr/Tstr Optimate Dc To Dc 7Step Chrgr/Tstr 7576855 05425006145596 6.40lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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By David Kent
Date Added: Wednesday 04 April, 2018
I am using four 100-watt solar panels to charge a 12-volt marine deep-cycle battery. That battery is used to charge other batteries (AAA- AA- C- D-cell, and 9 volt, as well as cell phone and other USB-charged batteries) using battery chargers that have a 12-volt input. But I also am powering various motion-sensing lights in the house from a sealed 12-volt lead-acid battery, and needed a way to charge IT. This little charger does the job beautifully. I can charge the small sealed 12-volt batteries (one in use and others as stand-by replacements) overnight, without having to use an inverter to run a separate battery charger for the smaller 12-vold sealed lead acid batteries. Kudos to the makers of this little charger!
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By David F.
Date Added: Wednesday 28 February, 2018
Great product. Worked great on my Harley in a self-storage unit with no power for an AC battery charger/maintainer. I attached to a large Marine Deep Cycle battery. It fully charged my Harley battery and then kept it fully maintained for over a month before the the Marine battery needed to be charged. I'm sure the Marine battery will last longer (hopefully not that long between rides for the rest of the year) if the Harley battery is fully charged to start with.<br /><br />Great solution for me. Exactly what i needed.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Vicky Cash
Date Added: Thursday 14 December, 2017
great product, we use it to keep out towed car charged. We must leave the steering stability module poweredup, and it draws the battery down
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Malikon
Date Added: Sunday 03 December, 2017
This is a terrific product, I held back on one star because I feel like it should come with a 12vdc cigarette lighter plug ( I attached my own ). It does come with nice clamps. I use it to maintain the battery in my motorcycle via a 12v lighter plug into another vehicle.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
By Kendo
Date Added: Saturday 28 October, 2017
Excellent solution for what seemed to be a pretty hard to solve problem. Remotely stored car with no AC power available and its a PITA to pull the battery in and out of vehicle. Very few products on the market provide reliable, metered battery to battery charging. Other than CTEK this is the only thing I could find. I love CTEK products but this was cheaper and I thought I'd roll the dice. This is working great so far. I'm using an old deep cycle as my source and every few months when I'm in the area where the car is I just grab the source battery and toss it in my truck to take home and recondition overnight.<br /><br />This will drain your source all the way down to 10 volts, so make sure your source can handle the abuse. Or use a battery with a year of warranty left as your source and beat the hell out of it for 9 months and take it in for a new one. Not something I'd do, but I don't judge.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Darrell B.
Date Added: Monday 14 August, 2017
Works great
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
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