IMPORTANT: These chargers will only function when connected to 110-120V input. Do not connect them to 220-240V or you may damage the charger.
Light weight / High strength aluminum case, Fully automatic: 3 stage charger can be left on the battery for long periods, Charge Status LED's: Power on, charging and full charging.
Shoulda got one of these a long time ago. Works great!
Getting use to an aircraft I just purchased as well as ATC communications. Mistakenly left something on and ran battery down to a point where starter wouldnt work. Overnight charge with this and I was back in business.
great little 24v charger, just what i needed.
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No, for the GC-024E, please see our part # 11-13011.
Yes, 11-10570 can be used for the initial charge on the G-243 battery.
Yes, it can be left on the battery for long periods of time.
Yes, it can.
The "E" model is made for larger batteries with an Elcon connector.
It can be left on the battery for long periods of time, like a trickle charger. The manufacturer recommends using this with the battery removed from the aircraft so it would be at your own risk.