12V & 24V Battery Refreshers

$32.80

Available Options: 

WT-B12

  • Battery voltage
=12V

WT-B24

  • Battery voltage
=24V
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Description

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Specifications:

WT-B12

  • Battery voltage
=12V
  • Start-up voltage:
>12.8V +-0.2V
  • Cut-off voltage:
<12.6V +-0.2V
  • Standby power : <0.2 mA
  • OPEN-circuit: 60-70 mA

WT-B24

  • Battery voltage
=24V
  • Start-up voltage:
>25.4V +-0.2V
  • Cut-off voltage:
<25.2V +-0.2V
  • Standby power : <0.2 mA
  • OPEN-circuit: 60-70 mA

Application

Most of the lead batteries terminate their “lives” prematurely due to so-called sulphation. Sulfation occurs when sulfuric acid or electrolyte breaks down, causing lead sulfur crystals to coat the lead plates inside the acid battery. This interferes with the battery’s ability to convert chemical energy to electricity, weakens the electrolyte solution and lessens the battery’s ability to accept a charge. Sufficiently advanced sulfation will render a battery useless,

The Battery Refresher takes energy from the battery and returns it as a surge. As a result, the crystals are excited in its natural frequency for oscillating. They thus decompose back to their amorphous structure. These molecules are integrated back into the charging process and thereby return the battery capacity to nominal vales. Charging voltage, cold test power and capacity increase again.

Features

  • Revive pure lead batteries and to preserve new batteries against aging prematurely
  • The Battery Refresher may only be used with pure lead batteries. (Wet, gel, fleece). Batteries with precious metal alloys are not suitable.
  • It is best to connect the Refresher to batteries up to 300 Ah.
They will work on larger battery banks however the process will take longer
  • Defective batteries such as those with a cell plug may not be used.

Areas of Use

  • Cars
  • Buses
  • Trucks

Batteries that sit for periods of time between uses.

  • RV’s
  • Motorcycles
  • Pleasure boats
  • Personal aircraft
  • Off-road vehicles
  • Secondary vehicles