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Schumacher DSR131 ProSeries Battery Charger and Engine Starter
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- Charges standard, AGM and Gel and deep-cycle batteries
- 50A boost mode quickly brings deeply discharged battery back to life
- 6V/12V 250A Voltage
- Digital display, LED indicators and push-button controls
- Microprocessor controlled to automatically adjusts amperage rate, to charge and maintain
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|Item Dimensions||12.36 x 12.00 x 23.46 inches||11.00 x 10.00 x 8.00 inches||10.04 x 7.68 x 4.92 inches||12.00 x 7.00 x 23.25 inches|
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Schumacher's 6V/12V 250A ProSeries Battery Charger/Engine Starter charges standard, AGM and Gel and deep-cycle batteries. Multi-stage charging - for added precision, safety and battery life. Float mode monitoring - maintains optimum battery charge. Digital display, LED indicators and push-button controls.
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However you will need a second charger for completely dead batteries to get some volts into them because this charger outright rejects a completely dead battery and will not even attempt to high amp jump it, hence the smart charger is not smart. This is labeled as a pro series, seriously it is not. Pro's know how to charge batteries and should be able to do that with a single unit.
The manual says for a completely dead battery charge it up first on a trickle/low charge, which would be great if the unit would actually do that instead of completely rejecting a dead battery. I had two batteries it rejected, put them on my old tried and true Schumacher charger and brought them up to 7 volts then put them on this charger to finish which they did, charged very good. However If I decided to "Trust" this charger I would have been buying two more batteries for $300 needlessly. But I didn't because I knew the batteries were good and were just flat from sitting for many months in a cold unheated space.
I have been a Schumacher fan for years, but the next charger will be a different brand unless they step their game up a bit . The older units with the meters were/are bullet proof and do an outstanding job. But the company decided to go the route where the electronics are smarter than the people using these kind of machines for decades.
Hoping someone I know gets the next new version so I can try it out and see if they have improved. So I can only give it 3 stars because being labeled as a pro series & a smart charger and it failed miserably in both claims. For the average person who does not have 5-6 vehicles where some sit for a while it would work good for their needs. For someone who has a fleet of vehicles and other engine operated equipment no so much.
things did not seem right. top placard was coming off. After close inspection it was full of
human hair attached to the front placarding. Nasty. seems like someone used it and returned it..
. item listed as New....asked for another..see what happens
I used it 2 times and it worked great.
The third time I went to use it it would not read the voltage of any batterys.
I may have done something. I dint belive so.
I have been in and around the electrical field most of my life.
But because it is out of a 90 day warranty period. I'm stuck with a 200 dollar charger after about 4 and half
Months that is broke.
I'd look else where. Maybe a comoany that stands behind there priduct sales a but longer and better.
To be fair.
When I decide not to give up on getting a replacement.. I called the company back again.
I Got a different Rep. The issue was resolved with a replacement.
So all in all. I would recommend the charger.
With anything that is expected to roll over a shop floor the wheels are never big enough but I'm not holding that against the manufacturer as every company puts small wheels on these things. I have charge plenty of batteries with this thing but haven't put it to the test yet in my opinion. I work on diesel trucks as well as heavy equipment. Haven't tried starting a log truck with dead batteries yet but it won't be long.