Battery Charger by Stanley®. We still use lead-acid batteries to start our cars, trucks, boats and motorcycles. And occasionally, they need to be charged from a wall socket, whether it's because it's a new battery, a trolling motor battery, or you just left your lights on overnight. Stanley has a selection of battery chargers that will safely charge any automotive battery.
- Automatically selects charge rate to maximize battery life, charge speed and maintenance
- 3-Stage high-frequency automatic rapid charge
- Easy to read LCD screen with clear information
- Spark resistant reverse hook up protection
- Microprocessor controlled digital diagnostics
- Automatically compensates for lower voltage caused by extension cord
- Automatic temperature compensation
- Float mode monitoring
Charging a lead-acid battery involves more than just cramming lots of amps into it in a short period of time. It's possible to absolutely ruin a battery in only a few hours with too much current, in a few seconds by hooking it up backwards, or gradually over a few weeks by not charging it sufficiently. These intelligent battery chargers from Stanley won't overcharge, and deliver a metered amount of current to insure fast engine starting without boiling out the electrolyte. If your car battery is dead, and won't start your car, one of these chargers should be able to start it in only a few minutes. Just toggle on the Quick Start Timer and the charger will provide the maximum safe current to your battery for a quick pick-me-up. When he countdown timer hits zero, you can safely start your vehicle, at which time its own alternator will continue to charge the battery. If it won't start right away, the charger will revert to its normal charge rate to prevent damaging the battery from overcharging.
The Stanley Works was founded in 1843 in New Britain, Connecticut by Frederick T. Stanley to manufacture door hinges and bolts.. A few years later, in 1857, Frederick's cousin, Henry founded The Stanley Rule and Level Company. In 1910, S. Duncan Black and Alonzo G. Decker started their shop in Baltimore, Maryland, and were awarded a patent 6 years later for the world's first portable power tool. In 2010 Stanley and Black & Decker combined to form Stanley Black & Decker, to deliver the tools and solutions that industrial companies, professionals, and consumers count on to be successful when it really matters.