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Oxford Oximiser 900 Battery Charger
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
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Reviews & Questions
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.
6 months ago
2 months ago
Will this charge a battery that is completely flat, or does the battery need to have a small amount of charge for the charger to recognize that it is there?
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.