|Industrial quality charger. Is user programmable to charge all lead acid batteries, wet cell, AGM, or gel type. A digital volt meter and amp meter gives the operator REAL information, along with a tri-color LED to track charge progress. For safety, polarity protected, and current limited. Can be left connected and charging while engine is started. Prevents sulfation of battery if left connected, no need for an extra product. Will turn on and recover batteries with as little as 2 volts. 3 year warranty, Made in U.S.A|
Great charger for aircraft batteries.
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Yes, it charges at both 12 and 24 volts including the high range @ 28v.
This would need to be connected directly to the battery. It does not have the correct plug for the Cessna connector.
No, it is not intended to be used as a GPU.