Precautions During Fuse Replacement; Specifications Of The Car Mounted Battery Charger - Casio HA-A34AT User Manual

Battery charger car mount unit
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Take care to avoid allowing the power contacts to become connected to each other,
which creates a short.
Regarding the installation of HA-A34AT and DT-827CAC in your car, no technical
advice is available from CASIO. Consult with automotive parts store or specialized
store regarding the installation method and mounting strength of the products installed
in your car.
Make sure your Battery Charger Car Mount Unit is turned off before connecting or
disconnecting cables.
Turn off the power before starting your vehicle engine.
After you are finished using the Car Mounted Battery Charger, unplug it from the vehicle's
cigarette lighter socket. Leaving the Car Mounted Battery Charger plugged in creates
the risk of damage to your vehicle or rundown of the vehicle's battery.
The Car Power Cable cigarette lighter plug may not fit the cigarette lighter sockets of
certain 12/24V DC vehicles.

Precautions during Fuse Replacement

The fuse within the Car Power Cable blows out when current exceeding the rated cur-
rent flows to protect the Car Mounted Battery Charger from excessively high current.
When the fuse has blown out, replace it by following the procedure described below.
1. Turn the cover on the end of the Power Cable plug in the counter-clockwise direc-
tion and remove.
2. Replace the fuse (SOC Type TSC 125V 4A).
3. Return the cover to the end of the Power Cable plug.

Specifications of the Car Mounted Battery Charger

Each specification listed below is valid only for the Car Mounted Battery Charger consisted of HA-
A30CHG and HA-A34AT.
1. Charging
Charging System
: Fixed-voltage (with current limiter)
Charge time
: Approximately 8 hours (standard battery pack)
: Approximately 10 hours (large-capacity battery pack)
2. Car Power Cable
: DT-827CAC
3. Dimensions and Weight
: Approximately 111(W) × 243(D) × 104(H)mm (4
: Approximately 840g (29.43oz) (not including brackets)
4. Operating Environment
: 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
:30% to 80% RH (non-condensation)
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