Recharger for 12V SLA Fence Batteries
Charging device for 12V sealed lead acid (SLA) batteries. Provides a 1 amp trickle charge.
- Indicator light shows charging status
- Safe, protects against overloads, short circuits and accidental reverse polarity
- Reliable, simple plug-in unit with grippy alligator clips that hold well to battery terminals
- Fast, quick to attach, use and recharges at 1 amp per hour)
Can be used to recharge 12V SLA batteries used in Premier’s solar fence energizers.
- 1000mAh capacity
- AC adapter with alligator clips
- Red/green lights, red for charging, green for charged
How to Use
A fully charged battery should have a resting voltage between 12.8V–12.6V.
Use a Fence & Battery Digital Tester to determine when 12V batteries need to be recharged.
Failure to maintain a sealed lead acid (SLA) battery will dramatically shorten the lifespan and/or permanently damage it.
- Immediately after recharging, allow the battery to “rest” for 45–60 minutes, then measure the voltage. A fully charged battery should have a resting voltage between 12.8V–12.6V.
- If storing batteries over the winter, periodically recharge to full at least once per month.
- Keep batteries from freezing, especially if discharged lower than 11.8V.
- Recharge frequently even if the battery is not fully discharged. Don’t allow the voltage to drop below 10.5V for an extended period. Premier’s all-in-one solar fence energizers contain advanced circuitry to recharge 12V batteries using the solar panel when exposed to direct sunlight.
- To extend battery life, use a 2 amp or less trickle charge. Repeated fast charging will reduce the capacity of the battery.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Rusty B from Maine
The recharger should have an indicator light showing the charged status. Green=charged, red=charging, etc.
Newaygo M from Michigan