A11-UW

NexSens A11-UW Float Charger Kit

NexSens A11-UW Float Charger Kit

Description

The A11 float charger is designed to provide a continuous charge to the RBP500 rechargeable battery pack in locations where AC power is available.

Features

  • Delivers a constant 2.25 to 2.3 volts per cell which allows the battery to remain fully charged
  • Electronically regulates current for sealed lead-acid type batteries
  • Standard wall-mount plug-in design for easy installation
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The A11-UW float charger is designed to provide a continuous charge to the RBP500 rechargeable battery pack in locations where AC power is available. The 3m cable is pre-wired with a UW plug connector for plug-and-play connection to the charging port.

The float charger delivers a constant 2.25 to 2.3 volts per cell, which allows the battery to remain fully charged. The charger uses a standard wall-mount plug-in design for easy installation, and output is controlled to prevent over charging.

What's Included:
  • (1) 12V 800mA float charger
  • (1) 3m length of pre-wired cable with UW plug connector
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NexSens A11-UW Float Charger Kit A11-UW AC float charger kit for RBP500 rechargeable battery packs, 3m cable
$249.00
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