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Fully automatic electronic smart battery charger
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VECI093DBDManual
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For negative-grounded
vehicle,
connect
POSITIVE
(RED) clamp
from
battery
chargel
to POSITIVE
(POS,
P +) ungrounded
pox
of balter_
Connect
NEGATIVE
(BLACK)
clamp
_ vehicle
chassis
or
engine
block
away
from
batter_
Do rl_
connect
clip
to carburetor,
fuel lines,
or sheet-meal
body
paris¸
Connect
to heavy
gauge
metal
part
of the frame
or engine
block¸
6
For
posifive-grou_/ded
vehicle¸
connect
NEGATIVE
(BLACK)
clamp
from
battery
charger
Io
NEGATIVE
(NEG,
N, ½ ungrounded
pox
of battery¸
Connect
POSiTiVE
(RED) clamp
to vehicle
chassis
or engine
block
away
from
battery¸
Do not connect
clip
to carburetor,
fuel
lines
or sheet-
metal
body
parts¸
Connect
to a heavy
gauge
metal
part
of the frame
or engEne
block¸
7
When
disconnecting
charger,
disconnect
AC cord,
remove
clamp
from
vehicle
chassis¸
and
then
remove
clamp
from
battery
terminal
8
Do not charge
the battery
while
the el_gine
is operating¸
9
See operating
instructions
for lenglh
of charge
information¸
FoRow
_.hese
steps
when
the
battery
has
been
removed
from
a vehicle.
A spark
near
the
battery
may
cause
an
exptosion.
To reduce
risk
of a spark
near
the
battery:
1 Check
polarity
of battery
po_s
The POSiTiVE
post (marked
POS,E
+) usually
has a larger
diameter
than
the NEGATIVE
battery
po_
(marked
NEG,
N,
)
2 Attach
a 24-inch
(minimum
length)
6 AWG
insulated
battery
cable
to lhe
NEGATIVE
battery
post
(marked
NEG,
N,
)
3 Connect
the POSiTiVE
(RED) battery
clamp
Io the POSiTiVE
baltery
po_
(marked
POS,
P + or red)¸
4 Stand
as far
back
from
the
battery
as
possibler
and
do
n_
face
battery
when
making
final
connecliorL
6 Carefully
conne_
the
NEGATIVE
(BLACK)
charger
clamp
to tbe
free
end
of the
battery
cable
connected
to the NEGATIVE
lerminal
6 Set the dlarge
rate
to appropriate
setting
according
to battery
size¸
7 Wben
disconnecting
charger,
always
do so in reverse
sequence
of connecting
procedure
and
break
first connectfel/
while
as far away
from
battery
as practical¸
Note:
A marine
(boat)
battery
must
be
removed
and
charged
on
shore.
To charge
on
board
requires
equipment
specfaRy
designed
_r
marine
use.
This
unft
is
NOT
designed
for
such
use.
SAVE THESE |NSTRUCTiONS
This device
complies
witb part
15
of the FCC
rules
Operat[oll
is subject
Io lhe following
two
conditions:
(1) tbis device
may
not cause
harmful
interference,
and (2) this device
mu_
accept
any interference
receivedr
including
i_erference
that may
cause
undesired
operation¸
This equipment
bas been
tested
and found
to comply
with tbe limits for a Class B digital
device,
pursuant
to part 15 of the FCC Rules¸ These limits are designed
to provide
reasonable
prolectiol/
again_
harmful
inlerfer ence in a residel/fial
il/slallation
This equipmel/t
generatesr
uses and call
radiate
radio
frequel_cy
energy
andr
if
n_
in.ailed
and
used
in accordance
with
tbe
in_ructions,
may
c_use
h_rmful
interfererlce
to rEidio communications
However,
tbere
is no
guara_ee
that interference
will
n_
occur
in a particular
in_allation
[f equipme_
does
cause
harmfel
interference
to radio
or television
reception,
which
can
be determined
by turning
_e
equipment
off and
Onr the user
is encouraged
to try to correct
the interference
by one
or more
of the following
measures:
* Reorient
or refecate
the receiving
antenna¸
o increase
tbe separation
between
equipment
and
receiver¸
* Connect
the equipment
into an outlet
on a ci_uit
different
from
that to which
tbe receiver
is
conneoted
• Consult
the dealer
or an expedenced
radio/TV
technician
for help¸
iv
IntloductJon
Features
_'oNJrols alJd
J(]lca(ois
Operating
NSTrUCT[ON _
Charge
Rate Selection
Charging
the Batter
Automatic
Float Charglug
Equalizing
Enghe
Staff
Recondition
Mode
AItematoi
Check
Approximate
Chal #n
rimes
Ca/e
and Maiutenance
[roubleshooR
j
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10
iNTRODUCTiON
Thank you for selecting the 40/20/70/4
Amp
Smart
Battery
Charger.
With
proper
care and use, it will give you years of dependable
service,
This battery
charger has a high charge rate of up to 40 amps, a low charge
rate of 4 amps and
110
amps
of
engine
starting
power,
It
is designed
for
charging
only
12 volt lead-acid
batteries-
conventional
automotive,
maintenance-free,
marine
deep cycle and gel --
used in cars, trucks, farm equipment,
boats, RVs and SUVs,
lawn mowers/garden
tractors, motolcycles,
personal watelcraft,
snowmobiles,
ATVs
and various applications.
Smart Battery Chargers
feature g-stage
high-efficiency
charging
technology
built-in
microprocessor
control that ensures fast, safe and complete
charging
of serviceable
batteries.
Charge
Curve
STAGEONE
BEEP
_
BEEP
CHARGING
COMPLETE
Stage
One
--
Rapid
Start Charge
at 40 amps
delivers
maxJrnum charging
amperage
to "wake up" any serviceable
12 volt battery and allows fol quick engine
starting in just 1 minute (based on a midsize vehicle battery
at 50% charge
level),
Whet]
battery
reaches
a maximum
safe predetermined
voltage,
the charger
will
automatically
signal a "beep"
and move into Stage 2 of the charging
process.

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