BatteryMINDer® 1500 is a SmarTECHnology™ plug 'n run 1.5 Amp battery charger/maintainer with full-time automatic pulse desulfator can help extend a battery's life up to 4 times its normal life. Ideal for charging, maintaining or recovering 12V flooded, sealed, maintenance-free, starter, deep-cycle, AGM and marine batteries. Automatic high-low temperature compensator is installed to ensure that batteries will never be overcharged or undercharged, regardless of the operating temperature. 0°F–130°F operating range. Unit can maintain up to 4 batteries at one time when connected in parallel. Has reverse polarity protection for safety.
** Not for aviation use**
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Superbly fast service, excellent product. Have used these for many years and they have never failed to do the job. Easy company to deal with and rapid response. Will continue to deal with this supplier!
I have a 10 year old battery minder that I use for battery maintenance on my summer car that i store over the winter. This new one was purchased to keep my lawnmower tractor battery which i keep in the basement over the winter, in top notch operating condition. These battery minders really extend the life of batterys that are not in use every day. And remember if you store your tractor battery inside, set it on a piece of wood or your wooden work bench, not on the concrete floor.
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Its not recommended for Gill or Concorde batteries but if you have another battery installed, it should work.