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The Oximiser 900 is a professional switch mode charger designed to automatically maintain, optimize and prolong the life of any 12 volt battery. The sophisticated battery management system uses micro-processor control to select the optimum charging profile. It also performs sequenced checks and displays the battery status on a back-lit LCD screen.
5 Stage Automatic Battery Management:
Tests - battery connection polarity
Analyzes - battery & diagnoses condition
Recovers - heavily discharged batteries
Bulk Charges - low batteries quickly
Maintains - a low current if voltage drops below set limit
Can be left permanently connected to provide long-term battery care
Suitable for all 12V battery types up to 20Ah including Gel, MF and conventional lead and refillable batteries
Provides real time information about the battery condition
Heavily discharged batteries as low as 4.1 V can be charged if the battery is not damaged
Comes complete with a wall bracket and both permanent ring connectors and crocodile clips
Oximiser Ends Battery issues
I got this charger and it has kept the battery well conditioned and sound. Bike has an Alarm on it so there is always a slight drain, but the Oximiser sorts all that out and has never let me down even through the winter. Bike never fails to start. Highly Recommend this for all bikers.
August 19, 2015
The oxford 900 Optimiser is a must
It's a very fast battery charger and very easy to use. It provides enough information while it's connected. And it works ok in 110v or 220v.
January 2, 2015
Excellent for long term connection to battery
The Oximiser 900 is easy to install and keeps the battery right at 12.7 volts. The best thing is the multi-stage charging. It can be connected to the battery for many months without damaging the battery.
There is an inconsistency regarding input voltage. Labeling on the unit says 120VAC while the owner's manual says 120/220. If your service is 220 check with the manufacturer.
December 22, 2014
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George A: wanted a less expensive option for battery charging will in storage.Oct 2, 2015
Randy S: has good reviews and the video had good info. Needed a charger and tender for winter.Aug 3, 2015
Jonathan R: didin't work for my garage because it needed an outlet but looked like a solid productMar 30, 2015
Scott D: I've used similar chargers on my other vehicles, so I was looking for a similar device that was specifically recommended for motorcycles. Anthony's video sealed the deal.Nov 29, 2014
Yoo Jin K: To keep my LiFe Shorai bettery in tip top shape.Nov 28, 2014
Luciano S asked:Hello, I've bought the Oximiser 900B from Revzilla and I have a doubt about the input voltage. I need to use it in Argentina where the voltage is 220 VAC 50 Hz, when I look the user manual I see "Voltage AC: 110-220V AC, 50-60Hz" which is perfect but when I look the Oximiser's label I see "120 VAC, 60Hz". Could you please help me with this? Thanks!!Dec 18, 2014
Larry D:Luciano: I see the same difference between the owners manual and the voltage information on the back of the charger. I am in the US where our voltage is 120 VAC, 60Hz. To be safe you should either email the company to get the answer or purchase a travel converter plug (should be about $5.00 US) that will have an output voltage of 120 VAC. The plug converter should also accept the blade type plug that is on the Oximiser. I bought my Oximiser 900 last month. It keeps the battery on my Honda Silverwing right at 12.7 VDC even on days when the temperature is near freezing. Good luck. Larry - Washington State USADec 18, 2014
Keith P:Hi, I am not sure how much help I can offer as u am in a 110v country. It's better to confirm first but from what I understand if there is a voltage or charging issue with the Oximiser the indicator will turn red right away to alert of s problem when connected. Dec 18, 2014
ANTHONY G:It will charge from flat but usually if a battery is that dead its time for a new one! If the fattery has been elet go more then once there is permanent damage. I would use a larger cahrger first and use the oxford to maintain.Aug 29, 2015
Jason N asked:Hi, Will this charge a battery that has gone completely flat? I know some "smart" chargers require a small amount of charge in the battery to even recognize it is there. ThanksAug 28, 2015