As you can see, we stock a wide range of battery chargers for all kinds of battery types and sizes.
Use the chart below to help select the ideal charger for the battery you want to charge. If you are still unsure which one is best of you, come in-store and speak to one of our friendly staff.
|Supported Battery Types|
Can be left connected permanently.
Fully sealed batteries only* (see note below)
|Safe and Easy
Safety features include reverse polarity and short circuit protection.
|Power supply mode
Provides constant power when a device is connected to battery being charged.
Adjustable charge rate provides optimum charge.
Charge more than one battery simultaneously.
100% waterproof and saltwater tested.
This DC-DC charger supports solar and alternator power inputs.
|Supported Battery Voltages and Capacities
Note: While there is no theoretical limit to the size of battery any particular charger can charge, the problem is that it may have difficulty detecting when full charge has been reached.
|6V||1.2Ah - 26Ah||4Ah - 50Ah||20Ah - 200Ah|
|12V||1.2Ah - 26Ah||4Ah - 50Ah||20Ah - 200Ah||5Ah - 150Ah||5Ah - 120Ah||1.2Ah - 120Ah||50Ah - 250Ah||50Ah - 300Ah||18Ah - 250Ah||50Ah - 200Ah|
|12.8V LiFeP04||2Ah - 15Ah||3Ah - 25Ah||5Ah - 150Ah||5Ah - 120Ah||18Ah - 250Ah||50Ah - 200Ah|
|24V||20Ah - 200Ah||5Ah - 120Ah||25 - 120Ah||50Ah - 200Ah|
|36V||50Ah - 200Ah|
* "Open" Lead-Acid batteries (the old-school type with removable filler caps) will be permanently damaged by long term float charging. These are sometimes seen on heavy equipment, and as reproduction batteries on vintage vehicles).