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|BM Part #:||CM12A|
What's in the box:
Order today and receive free standard shipping on your Schauer Charge Master CM12A Automatic Charger Desulfator: 12 Volt, 1/8/12 Amp (California Compliant). Only valid in the contiguous 48 states and not valid with any other offer. Physical address required (No PO Boxes).
Advanced Multi-stage Smart Battery Charger, Desulphator, and Conditioner
For Wet, Gel, and AGM Batteries
The Schauer Charge Master microprocessor-controlled charger makes it easy to keep your batteries fully charged. With a push of a button, you can select the type of battery being charged and the current that you need.
The Schauer charger has a few unique features not found on many other chargers. Here are two that particularly stand-out:
What is sulfation, and how can the Schauer Charge Master help?
During normal use, small sulfate crystals form on the battery. This is normal and not harmful. However, when a battery goes for an extended period of time without use or maintenance (i.e. kept on a charger), the lead sulfate converts to a stable crystalline that deposits on the negative plates. These crystals lead to larger ones, which blocks the the necessary chemical reactions the plates need to operate normally. This reduces your battery's life and makes it harder to charge your battery.
One of the major features of Schauer's Charge Master is the float pulse charging. This specialty feature blasts battery-ruining sulfation off the plates, conditioning the battery and prolonging the battery life. Your battery will be maintained, rejuvenated, and ready to give you longer service life.
a better charger than expected
I already had the smaller charger and it is great. This is one of the few chargers that have the low 14.1 volt charge needed by gel cell batteries. This unit does not have temperature compensation which would make this charger awesome. When charging AGM batteries in the summer I use the gel setting which works for not overcharging them in high temperatures.