|The TCT -1000 Battery Capacity Analyzer has been designed to perform automatic capacity testing of 12 and 24 Volt lead-acid batteries. This unit is capable of accurately measuring the capacity of a fully charged battery with a rating between 10 and 59 amphours. It is self-contained and easy to operate. The load tester will display, in percentage, the conformance to the battery’s one hour rating.|
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The unit is designed for regular or sealed lead acid batteries. No information how well it will work on a gell cell battery.
Per the manufacturer: Neither. This product gets it power for the batteries it is testing. So either 12v or 24v.
Yes, the Teledyne Battery tester will work on a Concorde battery.
Yes, this does require yearly re-calibration.
Yes, it can. Please refer to the instructions on this in the Documents tab.
Yes, it is used to discharge batteries and registers the capacity of the batteries.
Per Gill: We have only tested this with Gill batteries and we do not make a 3.0 amp battery. We have no data whether this will work on this type of battery.
This does come with a connector. You can review all that comes in this in the Owners Manual (PDF) under the documents tab. Refer to page 7 for the parts list and diagram of the parts.