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Xtend & Climb 3.8m Pro Telescopic Ladder

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Sealey SUPERSTART420 12/24 Starter/Charger 400/65Amp (230V) (Each)
Sealey SUPERSTART420 Sealey SUPERSTART420 12/24 Starter/Charger 400/65Amp  (230V)
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The SuperStart range caters for all requirements from cars right up to passenger service and commercial vehicles. Super heavy-duty starter charger for the medium and large garage, workshop and bodyshop operation.


- This model has large wheels for easy mobility and features extra-large ammeter and switchable charge circuitry for accurate charge control
- Input: 230V
- Output:12V/24V
- Output 12V Charge Peak(EN): 65A(48A)
- Output 24V Charge Peak(EN): 65A(48A)
- Output 12V Start Peak(EN): 400A(300A)
- Output 24V Start Peak(EN): 400A(300A)
- Input-Charge: 5.5A/11A
- Input-Start: 27A
- Polarity Protection: Fuse
- Fuse: 120/802260 (Pack of 20), 120/122351 (Single)

(£292.28 ex VAT)
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