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Thunder 12Amp Battery Charger – TDR02112

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Thunder 12Amp Battery Charger – TDR02112

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Thunder TDR02112 Battery Charger

Thunder TDR02112 – 12V 12 Amp Battery Charger

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Thunder helps take you places you’ve never been before, making adventure more accessible and attainable for 4WD and exploration enthusiasts. Perfect for the working adventurer, Thunder products have been tested and developed to handle any situation with ease and still supplying a quality charge. This automatic battery charger is a sophisticated water-resistant 8 stage charger. With a heavy duty design, it is suitable for 20-220Ah and 310Ah for maintenance (500 to 650CCA). It features pulse mode technology that reduces oxidation, maintains electrolyte consistency and combats stratification in the battery, equating to longer battery life.

 

 

Part No: TDR02112

Brand: Thunder Auto

Description: Battery Charger 12V 12A

Warrant: 12 Months

Power Rating: 12 Amp

Voltage: 12V

Environmental: IP65

Charger Type: 8 Stage

Ideal Battery Types: Lead Acid ,Wet, MF, AGM, Gel

Input Voltage: 240VAC / 50HZ

Capacity: 20-220Ah and 310Ah for maintenance.

Charging Current: 12A

Minimum Start Voltage: 0 Volts

Operating Temperature: -15 C 50 C

Safety Protection: Over charging, reversing polarity (flashing LED), Short circuit and over temperature

 

 

 

 

Battery Charger Manual

Thunder Battery Chargers Brochure

 

Free shipping – Free shipping relates to single units only to all Australian destinations. If multiple units are required shipping charges may apply. We will contact you if/when freight charges apply. Please provide your phone number on the order form so we can contact you. Alternatively please contact us with all freight enquires. Store pick-up is available.

Additional information

Weight 1 g
Dimensions 18 × 13 × 5.5 cm
Brand

12 Volt

Model

Thunder

Weight actual (kg)

1.5

eBay Brand

Thunder

Manufacturer Part Number

TDR02112

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