RAVPower Sealed Lead Acid 12V 1.5A SLA Battery Charger
  • RAVPower Sealed Lead Acid 12V 1.5A SLA Battery Charger
  • RAVPower Sealed Lead Acid 12V 1.5A SLA Battery Charger
  • RAVPower Sealed Lead Acid 12V 1.5A SLA Battery Charger
  • RAVPower Sealed Lead Acid 12V 1.5A SLA Battery Charger
  • RAVPower Sealed Lead Acid 12V 1.5A SLA Battery Charger
  • RAVPower Sealed Lead Acid 12V 1.5A SLA Battery Charger

RAVPower Sealed Lead Acid 12V 1.5A SLA Battery Charger

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  • Powerful 12V 1.5A Output: Reload your SLA car battery 2 times faster than other 750mA chargers and hit the road sooner

  • Safer and Smarter Charging: Power and protect your car battery with secure and intelligent circuits against reverse polarity, short circuit, current and voltage surge

  • Suitable for Most Vehicles: Adapts to all kinds of 12V car batteries using either the ring or alligator connectors

  • Intuitive Indicators: Keep track of your battery loading status via the LED indicators so that you know when to unplug and go

  • A Smooth Connection: Switch between the ring and alligator clips with a simple plug to precisely match the terminals of your car batteries


 
 
 
 

Technical Details

Model RP-PC032

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Can this charge a Prius battery? if it can, do I have to remove the battery from the hood or just leave it in there and charge? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: Ithis charger not working

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Will it charge 6volt or 3volt? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: Simple answer, no. It is designed to charge a 12vdc battery, and has the appropriate output to maintain a 12v SLA Battery which would cause the destruction of a 6v or 3v battery. Of course the output could be modified to accommadate the lower voltages, but that would not be cost effective nor as efficient as a battery charger designed specifically to work with the lower voltages.