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Yes, the SC1309 will charge both 6V and 12V batteries
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Manufacturer · April 5, 2018
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Smart chargers are actually stupid. Dead batteries build an oxidation on the plates that prevent it from taking a charge. If you put another battery in parallel and charge the two, often times overnight you'll find it takes a charge. The "smart" chargers see nothing going, and gives up. The parallel method keeps 13… see more Smart chargers are actually stupid. Dead batteries build an oxidation on the plates that prevent it from taking a charge. If you put another battery in parallel and charge the two, often times overnight you'll find it takes a charge. The "smart" chargers see nothing going, and gives up. The parallel method keeps 13.6 volts on the dead one, and it eventually overcomes the oxidation and charges. see less Smart chargers are actually stupid. Dead batteries build an oxidation on the plates that prevent it from taking a charge. If you put another battery in parallel and charge the two, often times overnight you'll find it takes a charge. The "smart" chargers see nothing going, and gives up. The parallel method keeps 13.6 volts on the dead one, and it eventually overcomes the oxidation and charges.
Jeff C. Johnson
· November 29, 2018
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Yes. the DSR131 will charge AGM batteries
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Manufacturer · October 7, 2019
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Depends on the gauge of wire of the cord.
10 gauge might be okay, but that's a fairly long distance.
Wouldn't it be easier and safer to bring the battery to the unit?

Brooks
· May 20, 2020
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This unit has cables that are 12 feet in length. You will want to contact the manufacturer directly for longer cable availability.
Northern Tool & Equipment
· February 25, 2020
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As long as there is a POS/NEG post and the battery is either is 6V or 12V battery
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Manufacturer · January 5, 2019
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Yes this Unit will charge Chevy 1500 Trucks ! It also has a low battery engine starter capability !
visscherwilson2012
· November 17, 2019
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Yes, the SC1309 does need to be plugged in to operate on all functionalities of the unit
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Manufacturer · December 11, 2019
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120V AC @ 60Hz
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Manufacturer · February 11, 2019
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This would not be able to be used as a constant power source for an RV water pump as far as I understand. You would also need the battery in the vehicle to be able to start said vehicle. This will not directly jump the car, but will charge the battery enough to start the vehicle.
Ben P.
· January 21, 2020