Smart Sense regulator

Nov. 1, 2004
To ensure truck batteries keep their charge, International Marketing Inc. (IMI) is now offering Smart Sense, a regulating unit designed to improve the electrical charging system capabilities of medium- and heavy-duty trucks. The company says the device, which is easily installed on newer alternators built with an existing remote sense terminal and lead wire, is especially useful in frequent start/stop

To ensure truck batteries keep their charge, International Marketing Inc. (IMI) is now offering Smart Sense, a regulating unit designed to improve the electrical charging system capabilities of medium- and heavy-duty trucks.

The company says the device, which is easily installed on newer alternators built with an existing remote sense terminal and lead wire, is especially useful in frequent start/stop service, in colder temperatures and other conditions when peak battery output is most critical.
www.imiproducts.com

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