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Schumacher SC-600A High Frequency Battery Charger

MTwallet 1,684 August 9, 2011 at 07:52 PM in Autos (3) More Walmart Deals
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Promoted 08-10-2011 at 01:00 AM View Original Post
Walmart has Schumacher SC-600A SpeedCharge High Frequency Battery Charger for $20 with free ship to store. Thanks MTwallet

Alternatively, Amazon has Schumacher SC-600A SpeedCharge High Frequency Battery Charger for $20 with free shipping with Prime (free student or parent/caregiver accounts available) or if you spend $25 or more. Use slick fillers to find other eligible items to help reach the $25 requirement.

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Edited August 9, 2011 at 07:55 PM by MTwallet
Product Features

Fully automatic
6 amp medium charge monitors battery condition and adjusts charge rate downward to prevent battery damage, for car, truck, motorcycle, ATV, snowmobile, lawn tractor lead acid
4 amp medium charge has self-adjusting charge rate ideal for everyday charging needs and keeping your battery in peak condition
2 amp slow charge for charging small batteries and maintaining large ones, charges motorcycle, ATV, snowmobile, and lawn tractor batteries
50 amp clamps for top and side-mounted battery posts


http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000H94F6E

Product Description
The Schumacher SC-600A SpeedCharge is a fully automatic battery charger that uses advanced technology to charge up to twice as fast as conventional chargers. It offers 6-, 4-, and 2-amp charging modes to efficiently charge and maintain connected batteries. The 50-amp clamps are compatible with both top and side-mounted battery posts. Its easy-to-read LED indicators show battery charge status at a glance.
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#3
Not sure how I feel about the schumacher chargers. I have one of the bigger models and it routinely hits 15.5+ volts on a charge for my car battery. It's been a while since I've read up on charge tables but I could've sworn you're never supposed to go that high for sustained charges...

BOILING!
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it looks like it's also $20 at walmart.com [walmart.com] for those who don't have prime and don't mind shipping to store for free...

plus, as usual amazon's suggested price is nowhere near the going price for these things (walmart has this at $25 for the regular price, amazon has $63.35)
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I have this charger for a long time and love it. For the price it can't be beat. I never worry about overcharging and my battery stays at 100% when the car's not being used (last time I drove it was over a month ago). Also will charge a battery that's gone dead but I use it mostly for maintaining mine.
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can anyone recommend a good tire inflator? or atleast let me know what they're called so i can search for them?
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#7
I got this charger when it was $15 at Sears. It's a little too peaky. It overcharges my batteries compared to a good charger. I can hear them boiling a bit. It's in the cabinent for emergency use only.
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In 4 1...thanks...TU!
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anyone know what the voltage on this is? I'm looking for something to charge the 48v lifepo4 battery on my ebike.
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Quote from aznwizdom View Post :
anyone know what the voltage on this is? I'm looking for something to charge the 48v lifepo4 battery on my ebike.
I would like to suggest you review charging LiFe and look at a charger that does not use what appears (from the frequency thing) to be a pulse charger. And it would be for a normal 12V lead acid battery. Essentially all charge characteristics would be unsuitable even if your lithium pack was 12V.
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Quote from Loan_Crusader View Post :
can anyone recommend a good tire inflator? or atleast let me know what they're called so i can search for them?
amazon has some tire inflator, just search tire inflator. i would like to know what's a reliable tire inflator as well, since amazon has mixed reviews all most of their tire inflators. sears is the same way.....
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$5 off is front page material? :3
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Quote from hellfire127 View Post :
amazon has some tire inflator, just search tire inflator. i would like to know what's a reliable tire inflator as well, since amazon has mixed reviews all most of their tire inflators. sears is the same way.....
Air compressor might work?
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Guys,
I brought my 07 I4 Accord to get an oil change and had the free 150 points inspection. The report by the dealer HIGHLY recommends that I replace the battery. The test shows that that battery has a rating of 440 CCA. I only drive my car to the gym and back for about 15-20 mins a day. Perhaps that is why the battery is not getting enough time to charge? Would buying this charger and charge up my battery solve the problem or do I have to get a new battery? What's the average cost of a new battery for a 07Honda Accord anyway? Thanks in advance for your reply!
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Wow, double thread hijacking for an air compressor (search function??) and another charger...not a first but wow.

I have another Schumaker version of this (http://www.walmart.com/ip/Diehard...r/16550309) charger which will do up to 15 amps for deep cycle and large batteries- used it for years with no issues. A battery can boil at 13 volts depending on the current. In vehicle the average charging voltage is supposed to be 14.4v but many will hit 15V.
A battery can be charged by limiting current (give it x amps and let the voltage fluctuate as the battery demands) or Voltage limited - the same but reversed.
LiPo batteries need special charges and charging conditions because they are known to run so hot charging they commonly catch fire I am told.
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