PulseTech Products introduces the SC-2, a two-station HD recovery charger designed to recover, charge, maintain and desulfate as many as two 12-volt lead-acid batteries anywhere in the world.
The compact and portable recovery charger, designed primarily for managers of smaller fleets, warehouse equipment, marinas, antique car collectors and commercial shops, works with any 12-Volt battery type, including VRLA, AGM, gel and flooded cell, PulseTech said. According to the company, the dual recovery charging stations operate in isolation, allowing any combination of battery brands or types to be recharged simultaneously.
Many commercial shops have a pile of batteries that are thought to be dead and useless. “The SC-2 is able to recover the majority of these batteries and return them to pristine condition saving money that would have been spent on new batteries,” the company said. “PulseTech Products has a history of building products that help protect the environment. The SC-2 is another example of this by extending battery life and reducing the number of 12-Volt batteries heading to waste facilities.”
“The SC-2 has two independent channels that profile the condition of each battery and then automatically cycle through a recovery and charge process that applies the correct charge (variable up to 6A) and PulseTech’s optimized high frequency, patented Pulse Technology waveform to each battery,” according to the company. “This advanced technology removes sulfate crystals from the battery plates, increasing the battery¹s ability to accept, store and release energy, extending battery life up to five times.”
Five LED indicators next to each cable connection show the status of each battery channel. With a one switch control and progressive, LED information display (battery disconnected, bad battery, recovery charge, pulse charge, charge complete) the SC-2 is both easy to use and understand, the company said. “With only one switch to turn the unit on, there are no additional dials to set and no possibility of overcharging or overheating the batteries, allowing peace of mind and minimizing time spent monitoring batteries,” the company said.