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New charger kit handles four


Texas-based PulseTech Products Corp. has introduced a kit that allows users to automatically maintain and desulfate up to four 12-volt lead-acid batteries at a time.

The maintenance charger kit (XC-QL4-K1), which sells for $199, includes one battery charter and desulfator, one quad-link, one battery tester, four 2-foot battery leads with lugs, a 2-foot battery lead with clips, four 5-foot extension leads and two 25-foot extension leads.

The charger evaluates and tests all types of 12-volt lead-acid batteries with proprietary algorithms and microprocessor-controlled technology that measures voltage and current to determine the proper operating charge. The variable float charge increases the charge rate safely to optimal levels, protecting it from being overcharged.

It automatically splits and distributes all of the charger’s maintenance capabilities into 10-minute sequencing segments. Cycle rotation will continue indefinitely without overcharging – maintaining the charge of all four batteries.

The kit works with any 12-volt battery, regardless of size of CCA rating, and can also maintain 12-volt batteries in 24-, 36- and 48-volt series connected configurations typically used in battery packs. Users can simply connect each output lead using the provided eyelet lug connectors (up to four) to each 12-volt segment. This will ensure the entire pack is maintained at the state of charge when stored or left unused for an extended period.

A quick disconnect feature allows users to permanently attach lugs to the battery and switch between lugs and clamps, according to Rick Miller, vice president of sales for PulseTech Products.

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