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Birchwood Rhino TQ3 110V Infa-Red Heater

Birchwood Rhino TQ3 110V Infa-Red Heater

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Sealey HFC12LC 12V 12Amp SmartCharge Inverter Battery Charger Lead Calcium 230V (Each)
Sealey HFC12LC Sealey HFC12LC 12V 12Amp SmartCharge Inverter Battery Charger Lead Calcium 230V
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High frequency inverter with microprocessor control gives fully automatic charging specifically designed for lead calcium batteries. This inverter charges at a higher voltage than that required for a standard lead acid battery. Suitable for 12V 14-175Ah batteries.


- Fully protected against short-circuit, reversed polarity, faulty battery, incorrect battery voltage, current overload, thermal overload and low supply voltage
- Output: 12V
- Charging Ranges: 2
- Current: 4A/12A
- Battery Ranges: 14-60Ah/60-175Ah
- Input: 230V 1.3A

(£95.67 ex VAT)

Supplied complete with

- Aluminium case with handle and storage for clamps and clamp cables

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