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Associated 6006 Heavy-Duty Fast Battery Charger
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Associated 6006 Heavy-Duty Fast Battery Charger

Item #: WBB205202

Sold By: globalindustrial.com

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Heavy-Duty Fast Battery Charger provides fleet charging power with a high cranking assist rating. Features AC and DC circuit overload protection and automatic 90 minute timer with hold position. The heavy-duty fleet charger rejuvenates all standard and maintenance-free 6, 12, and 24 volt batteries with five charging positions. Equipped with a heavy-duty transformer and patented multi-diode rectifier with built-in spares to take over if one fails. UL cranking assist rating 255A, 7' D.C. Leads 4 AWG clamp rating - 500A, manufacturers boostrating 455A, UL continuous ratings 75/65/30 amp.

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    • CONSTRUCTIONMetal
    • WIDTH INCHES19
    • WEIGHT LBS59
    • VOLTAGE6 Volt / 12 Volt / 24 Volt
    • TYPEMobile
    • PACKAGE QUANTITY1
    • MODEL6006
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBER03669
    • LENGTH INCHES16
    • HEIGHT INCHES23
    • AMPS75/65/30
    • BRANDAssociated
    • COLOR FINISHBlue
    • DEPTH INCHES--
    • DESCRIPTIONBattery Charger

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Does this item need to be plugged in to an out while using? Or, can it be charged and taken to the vehicle, say if the vehicle is far away from an outlet?

Question Asked By: Rosa , California , May 29, 2012

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