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Battery charger CTEK CT5 START STOP

  • Brand: Ctek
  • Product Code: CTEK CT5 START STOP
  • Sku: 40-107
  • Availability: In Stock
72.00€
95.00€
Ex Tax: 59.50€
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  • For 12V Lead-acid batteries. 
  • Charging current: 3.8 A. 
  • Batteries from 14 till 130 Ah. 
  • Optimized for AGM and EFB batteries. 
Fully automatic charger for lead-acid batteries from 14 till 130 Ah with 8-step charging and pulse maintenance. Could charge most lead-acid batteries - wet, maintenance-free, gel, Ca-Ca. Optimized for AGM and EFB batteries. Comfort Connect for fast connection. Crocodile clamps for connecting to battery, wire with eyelets for permanent connection.
User manual here .



Tags: Battery charger, CTEK, CT5 START STOP

Specifications
Data
Battery voltage (V) 12
Charging voltage (V) 14.5
Charging current 1 (A) 3.8
Battery capacity (min., Ah) 14
Battery capacity (max., Ah) 130
Charging Automatic 8 step, pulse maintenance charging
Protection IP 65
Weight (kg) 0.6
Size (cm) 16.8 x 6.5 x 3.8
Warranty (years) 5
About Ctek

CTEK was established in 1997 and is a sister company of Creator Technical Development AB.

The story began when a customer commissioned Creator to develop a new type of battery and charger, which led to the idea of ​​starting a business and creating a business model around battery chargers. It originated in CTEK. CTEK wanted to abandon the traditional use of battery chargers. CTEK battery chargers continuously communicate with the battery and charge it only when needed. This eliminates the risk of incorrect loading. In addition to charging, the battery is tested, which makes the battery life significantly longer.

CTEK has patented several charger functions, making CTEK battery chargers unique. Innovation is constantly moving the company forward.

CTEK strives to ensure that their battery chargers meet all battery care requirements while taking into account customers' future needs.

CTEK operates in the United States and China, while headquarters and development take place at Vikmanshyttan Dalarna in Sweden.