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Warning! If the battery posts cannot be accessed or
the battery charger clamps will contact the bodywork
or components adjacent to the battery, the battery
must be removed before charging using the battery
clamps. Follow the manufacturer's instructions to
remove the battery.
• Check the polarity of the battery posts. A positive
(POS, P, +) battery post usually has a larger diameter
than the negative (NEG, N, –) battery post.
• Follow the manufacturers' instructions to remove any
insulating covers from the battery posts.
• Connect the positive (red) clamp or ring terminal
from the battery charger to the positive (POS, P, +)
post of the battery.
• Connect the negative (black) clamp or ring terminal
from the battery charger to the negative (NEG, N, –)
post of the battery or to the chassis.
When disconnecting the battery charger from the
battery, always:
• Unplug the battery charger.
• Remove the negative (black) clamp or ring terminal
first.
• Remove the positive (red) clamp or ring terminal last.
• Refit any insulating covers to the battery posts.
Charging a battery disconnected from
the circuit
Warning! Incorrect connection, battery short circuit,
location of battery and location of the battery charger
may create a hazard. Make sure that adequate
preparation has been made before proceeding.
• If the battery is not already removed from the circuit,
follow the manufacturers' instructions to remove the
battery before charging.
• Check the polarity of the battery posts. A positive
(POS,P, +) battery post usually has a larger diameter
than the negative (NEG, N, –) battery post.
• Connect the positive (red) clamp or ring terminal
from the battery charger to the positive (POS, P, +)
post of the battery.
• Connect the negative (black) clamp or ring terminal
from the battery charger to the negative (NEG, N, –)
post of the battery.
When disconnecting the battery charger from the
battery, always:
• Unplug the battery charger.
• Remove the negative (black) clamp or ring terminal
first.
• Remove the positive (red) clamp or ring terminal last.
• Refit any insulating covers to the battery posts.
Connecting the appliance with the
battery clamps
Warning! Always disconnect the mains plug from the
mains socket before connecting or disconnecting the
appliance to or from the battery.
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Warning! Never connect any of the accessory leads
together as this will cause a hazard. The accessory
leads should only ever be connected to the in-line
connector.
• Connect the battery clamps to the battery charger
with the in-line connector.
• The appliance's output leads have colour-coded
battery clamps (red-positive and black-negative).
These connect directly to the corresponding
connectors on the battery terminals.
• Follow the steps outlined in the appropriate section
("Charging a battery installed in the circuit" or
"Charging a battery disconnected from the circuit").
• Insert the mains plug of the battery charger into a
mains socket.
Charging using the battery clamps
1. Set up the battery charger and connect to the
battery following the steps in the "Connecting the
appliance with the battery clamps" section.
2. Plug the battery charger's power cord into an
mains socket. The power LED will light blue to
indicate that the charger is ready.
Note:
If the Power LED does not come on, check the connection
to the mains socket. Make sure the mains socket is
functional.
3. When the unit is properly connected and
charging, the battery charging LED ( ) will light
yellow to indicate the battery is charging.
Notes:
If the Charging LED did not come on, check the connection
to the battery. If the clamps are properly connected, the
battery may be in fault condition. Manufacturer suggests
to have the battery tested by a qualified battery service
technician.
If the clamps are incorrectly connected with regard to polarity,
the reverse polarity LED ( ) will light. Unplug the charger;
then remove the clamps. Reconnect the clamps properly.
4. When the charging complete LED ( ) lights
green, the battery is fully charged.
When disconnecting the battery charger, disconnect
the mains cord, remove the clamp from the vehicle
chassis, and then remove the clamp from the battery
terminal.
Connecting the appliance with the
ring terminals
Warning! Always
disconnect the mains plug
from the mains socket
before connecting or
disconnecting the appliance
to or from the battery.
Warning! Never connect any of the accessory leads
together as this will cause a hazard. The accessory
leads should only ever be connected to the in-line
connector.
• Connect the ring terminals to the battery charger
with the in-line connector.
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• The output leads have crimped, colour-coded ring
terminals (red-positive and black-negative). The
terminals rings connect directly to the corresponding
connectors on the battery terminals.
• Remove the nuts from the bolts of the battery
terminal's connectors.
• Install the red ring terminal to the bolt of the positive
battery terminal connector and replace the nut.
• Install the black ring terminal to the bolt of the
negative terminal connector and replace the nut.
• Insert the mains plug of the battery charger into an
mains socket.
Charging using the terminal rings
1. Set up the battery charger and connect to the
battery following the steps in the "Connecting the
appliance with the ring terminals" section.
2. Plug the battery charger's power cord into an
mains socket. The power LED will light blue to
indicate that the charger is ready.
Note:
If the Power LED does not come on, check the connection
to the mains socket. Make sure the mains socket is
functional.
3. When the unit is properly connected and
charging, the battery charging LED ( ) will light
yellow to indicate the battery is charging.
Notes:
If the Charging LED did not come on, check the connection
to the battery. If the terminal rings are properly connected,
the battery may be in fault condition. Manufacturer suggests
to have the battery tested by a qualified battery service
technician.
If the terminal rings are incorrectly connected with regard
to polarity, the Reverse Polarity LED ( ) will light. Unplug
the charger; then remove the terminal rings. Reconnect the
terminal rings properly.
4. When the charging complete LED ( ) lights
green, the battery is fully charged.
When disconnecting the charger, disconnect the mains
cord, and then remove the terminal rings from battery
terminals.
Connecting the appliance with the dc
accessory plug
Warning! Always disconnect the mains plug from the
mains socket before connecting or disconnecting the
appliance to or from the battery.
Warning! Never connect any of the accessory leads
together as this will cause a hazard. The accessory
leads should only ever be connected to the in-line
connector.
• Connect the dc accessory plug to the battery charger
with the in-line connector.
• Insert the dc accessory plug into the vehicle's dc
accessory socket.
• Insert the mains plug of the battery charger into a
mains socket.
Note:
Some vehicles require that the ignition be switched to the
accessory socket position in order to power the accessory
socket.
Charging using the dc accessory plug
Caution! To reduce the risk of property damage:
Make sure that the vehicle's accessory socket is clean
and free of debris before connecting the unit.
1. Set up the battery charger and connect to the
battery following the steps in the "Connecting the
appliance with the dc accessory plug" section.
2. Plug the battery charger's power cord into an
mains socket. The power LED will light blue to
indicate that the charger is ready.
Note:
If the Power LED does not come on, check the connection
to the mains socket. Make sure the mains socket is
functional.
3. When the unit is properly connected and
charging, the battery charging LED ( ) will light
yellow to indicate the battery is charging.
Notes:
If the Charging LED did not come on, check the connection
to the vehicle' s dc accessory socket. Rotate the adapter
slightly to make sure there is good contact. If it is
properly connected, the battery may be in fault condition.
Manufacturer suggests to have the battery tested by a
qualified battery service technician.
Some vehicles require that the ignition be turned to the
ACC (accessory) position to activate the dc accessory
socket. If your vehicle ignition is required to be turned
to the ACC position, be sure all the vehicle accessories
(i.e. heater, fan, radio, TV, lights... etc) are turned off. If
not turned off, the charger might not be able to charge the
battery.
4. When the charging complete LED ( ) lights, the
battery is fully charged.
When disconnecting the charger, disconnect the mains
cord, and then remove the dc accessory plug from the
vehicle accessory socket.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Solution
The battery is
• Check that the battery charger
not charging
is properly connected to a live
mains socket.
• Make sure the output
connections are secured and
the polarity connection is
correct.
• If the voltage of the battery to
be charged has fallen below
2 volts, the battery cannot
be charged with this battery
charger.
If the charger does not operate after following the
above directions, contact the manufacturer.
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