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Battery service today places high demands on the test equipment used. With the BAT 645 and BAT 690 battery chargers, you have two universally applicable devices with up to 90 amps of continuous output current at your disposal, and the BAT 6120 battery charger for up to 120 amps. For testing batteries, you can choose between the BAT 115 and BAT 131. Both testers have an integrated printer and are suitable for 6 V and 12 V starter batteries as well as 12 V and 24 V charging systems.
Providing fast and reliable testing of 6 V and 12 V lead-acid-batteries, and the 12 V and 24 V starter charging systems: The BAT 115 battery tester includes an integrated printer for accurate battery health reports.
Designed to make technicians lives easier, the BAT 131 has robust housing and a simple button layout making it perfectly suited for quick and reliable tests on 6 V and 12 V starter batteries.
The BAT 690 is invaluable if you’re working with both 12 V passenger car and 24 V commercial vehicle electrical systems. It has automatic voltage selection and a 90 A maximum continuous current intensity.
The BAT 645 is invaluable if you’re working with both 12 V passenger car and 24 V commercial vehicle electrical systems. It has automatic voltage selection and a 45 A maximum continuous current intensity.
The BAT 6120 is invaluable if you’re working with 12 V passenger car electrical systems. It has automatic voltage selection and a 120 A maximum continuous current intensity.