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IPSI
P.O. Box 92384
Rochester, New York 14692
In the USA
Tel. 1.800.959.4724
Fax: 585.359.9061
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Tel. +001-585-334-5803
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Tech Specs

Battery Tender® Junior 6V0.750A:

Stage 1) Bulk Charge: Red Light On, Green Light Off, Constant Current = 0.750 Amp, Transition to Stage 2, Absorption Charge when battery voltage reaches 7.2 VDC.

Stage 2) Absorption Charge: Technically, there is no clearly defined Absorption phase because there is no constant voltage period before the float / maintenance phase. However in the region where the battery voltage increases above 7.0 VDC, the normal minimum absorption voltage for a GEL cell, one could argue that there that there is some absorption activity taking place in terms of the battery electro-chemical reaction to the higher voltage.

Stage 3) There is no Equalization Charge, Go directly to stage 4.

Stage 4) Float Charge: Red Light Off, Green Light On. Float Voltage = 6.6 VDC. If an external load is applied to the battery while the charger is in stage 4, Float Charge, and if the battery voltage drops below a range between 6.0 to 6.25 VDC, then the charge cycle restarts.


Stage 1) Bulk Charge: Red Light On, Green Light Off, Constant Current = 0.750 Amp, Transition to Stage 2, Absorption Charge when battery voltage reaches 14.4 VDC.

Stage 2) Absorption Charge: Technically, there is no clearly defined Absorption phase because there is no constant voltage period before the float / maintenance phase. However in the region where the battery voltage increases above 14.1 VDC, the normal minimum absorption voltage for a GEL cell, one could argue that there that there is some absorption activity taking place in terms of the battery electro-chemical reaction to the higher voltage.

Stage 3) There is no Equalization Charge, Go directly to stage 4.

Stage 4) Float Charge: Red Light Off, Green Light On. Float Voltage = 13.2 VDC. If an external load is applied to the battery while the charger is in stage 4, Float Charge, and if the battery voltage drops below a range between 12.0 to 12.5 VDC, then the charge cycle restarts.




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