CAT 40A Professional Battery Charger
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CAT 40A Professional Battery Charger

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Item No. 88151
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The CAT 40-amp, high-frequency wheel charger provides automatic, multi-stage charging for 12-volt battery systems.

Need to get back on the road quickly? The charger features a patented 110-amp engine start to boost your vehicle battery in approximately 90 seconds. The CAT charger is fully automatic, so there is no need to choose battery type or charge rate. This machine does all the work for you, with the data displayed in real time on the easy-to-read LCD screen. The unit also features patented alternator check, battery reconditioning and a reverse polarity alarm.

Features:Battery voltage check instantly displays battery voltage at the touch of 1 button. Battery reconditioning helps to improve charge capacity and extend battery life. Reverse polarity protection warns against improper battery connection. High-tech durable design
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  • 0A to 40A automatic continuous charging
  • Patented 110A engine start restarts your vehicle in 90 seconds
  • 3-stage, fully automatic high-frequency battery charger
  • LCD screen with easy-to-read icons and full battery diagnostics
  • Patented alternator check tests the vehicles alternator to indicate if operating correctly
  • Amperage 110 A
    Unit Weight 22.00 lb
    Brand Baccus Global
    MFG Part No. CBC40EW
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    Will this charger work in charging two 12-Volt Marine/RV Deep Cycle Interstate Batteries?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    This charger is only intended for 12V lead-acid batteries as well being connected individually to a battery as opposed to a bank.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08
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