The load test. Depending on the size of the battery, this product adds a very high load to the battery (125 A). The battery should be able to deliver this load and hold the voltage up at the same time. If the battery is unable to deliver the load (and sustain it for this time frame) then the battery is either defective or simply not fully charged when the test was performed. This is why it is crucial to ensure the batteries are fully charged before the test is performed to eliminate that possibility.
The unit can also be used to measure the performance of the charging device (alternator / battery charger) – to inform the user whether the charging device is good, weak or bad.
|10s Load test||125A|
|Voltage||12V (for 24/36V center tap)|
|Battery CCA rating||200-1000A|
|Battery Ah rating||30-140Ah|
|Indications||good / weak / bad / sulphation extent|
|High Voltage trip||13V|
|Time between loads||120 seconds|
|Uses||Batteries, Alternators, Starter Motors|
|DC Cable length||530mm|
|Size (LWD)||280mm x 100mm x 120mm|