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MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Automatic Battery Charger, Battery Maintainer, Trickle Charger, and Battery Desulfator with Timer Protection MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Automatic Battery Charger, Battery Maintainer, Trickle Charger, and Battery Desulfator with Timer Protection MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Automatic Battery Charger, Battery Maintainer, Trickle Charger, and Battery Desulfator with Timer Protection MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Automatic Battery Charger, Battery Maintainer, Trickle Charger, and Battery Desulfator with Timer Protection MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Automatic Battery Charger, Battery Maintainer, Trickle Charger, and Battery Desulfator with Timer Protection MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Automatic Battery Charger, Battery Maintainer, Trickle Charger, and Battery Desulfator with Timer Protection MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Automatic Battery Charger, Battery Maintainer, Trickle Charger, and Battery Desulfator with Timer Protection

MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Automatic Battery Charger, Battery Maintainer, Trickle Charger, and Battery Desulfator with Timer Protection

MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Automatic Battery Charger, Battery Maintainer, Trickle Charger, and Battery Desulfator with Timer Protection MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Automatic Battery Charger, Battery Maintainer, Trickle Charger, and Battery Desulfator with Timer Protection MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Automatic Battery Charger, Battery Maintainer, Trickle Charger, and Battery Desulfator with Timer Protection MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Automatic Battery Charger, Battery Maintainer, Trickle Charger, and Battery Desulfator with Timer Protection MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Automatic Battery Charger, Battery Maintainer, Trickle Charger, and Battery Desulfator with Timer Protection MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Automatic Battery Charger, Battery Maintainer, Trickle Charger, and Battery Desulfator with Timer Protection MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Automatic Battery Charger, Battery Maintainer, Trickle Charger, and Battery Desulfator with Timer Protection
$ 19.35

Score By Feature

Based on 7,164 ratings
Safety Features
9.32
Easy to install
9.18
Easy to use
9.08
Durability
9.11
Value for money
8.73
Weatherproof
7.67

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Product Description

It is Listed to safety standards by the ETL.
Battery sulfation is automatically detected and fixed through our [ Automatic Desulfation & Optimization ] feature. The use of pulse current technology to effectively desulfate the batteries. During charging, optimize the performance of the battery without requiring any manual intervention.
In standby mode, no output is generated. [ Energy Saving & Spark Free ] To ensure safety during lead connection, spark proof the connection.
[Multi-level Safety Protection and Timer Setup] - Protection from overcharging, short circuits, and reverse polarity. Up to 14 percent of the battery's capacity should be charged. The battery voltage should be 4V and the battery voltage should be To ensure safety, the program terminates the charge and enters the maintaining mode once the voltage goes above 14V. This minimizes gasing and extends battery life. A 24-hour timer is set in the program to stop the charge and initiate maintenance once the voltage reaches 14V.
to operate ] - Just plug in, connect to the battery, and charge, maintain During charging, the desulfation takes place automatically.

Questions & Answers

What are the benefits of using this to activate my car's flat battery?

You can easily get 60 amp hours out of a small car battery. Mathematically speaking, that is. This charger is not designed for charging a dead battery (or even one with a low charge). Designed to prevent a properly charged battery from becoming discharged, it prevents the battery from becoming unusable. Taking care of your health is the most important thing - Batteries that do not have enough charge when you attach the charger leads will not be able to turn on the charger. As long as it sees at least a few volts, it knows that it's connected to a battery and not simply shorted out. So let's see. Not at all.

When the charger is connected to the battery on a motorcycle in maintenance mode, for how long can it safely be left hanging?

The six to thirteenth of May. This DC power source runs at 7 volts. In the event of a low ambient temperature of 50F or less, this charger should be safe to be left connected to battery for an indefinite period of time. Generally, a lower ambient temperature allows for a battery to handle more voltage. My Motopower chargers are hooked up to my boat batteries and my Sea Doo batteries, and I plug them in for it about every couple of weeks so they stay charged. I keep the tractor battery connected to the mains all the time, and the whole-house battery to the shore power My house generator, as well as a "true float" battery maintainer, goes to sleep automatically when the battery reaches its full charge (each battery has a full charge voltage level) after I use my generator.

cable? How long is the other (the battery Can you please advise me if we have a ) cord? Thanks ahead of time. ?

In the SAE cable system, the cable lengths for the alligator clamp cable and the ring terminal cable are I'd like to say thanks!

Selected User Reviews For MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Automatic Battery Charger, Battery Maintainer, Trickle Charger, and Battery Desulfator with Timer Protection

Hey
3/5

If the charger is not plugged in to power, no light should be on, even with the battery still connected to the connectors.

Indie Sanchez
Indie Sanchez
| Feb 09, 2021
Buying is a bad idea! It overcharged my battery and ruined it as well as all the wires
3/5

Do not purchase it.

Annalise Salas
Annalise Salas
| Mar 18, 2021
An indicator that does not work well
3/5

You can get in touch with me on e-mail I sent a message to MotoPower customer support regarding the LED indicator, but did not receive a response. Send mail to
Hello, I recently bought the MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Battery Charger so that I can trickle charge the snowblower battery over the next seven days and thus have a fully charged battery by the end of that time. A period of 8 months in which it hasn't been The battery was purchased at the beginning of this winter, about 7 months ago, so it is relatively recent. I notice that the charger's light becomes green when I plug it in. It continues to be green when I connect it to the battery. In the event that one or both of the terminal connectors are disconnected, or even if the connectors are reversed, the indicator remains My unit may have provided me with better feedback if it had acted on the feedback. As long as the battery is connected properly, the indicator will be off (or maybe yellow) until the connector is green or pulsating It would have been expected that the marker would be red if the clips were connected to the wrong terminals. I find it a bit strange that you are using the same green color for 2 different purposes (power on, and fully charged). The clips may be on the wrong terminals, or the plug that goes from the charger to the clips may not be properly seated, and therefore it looks like everything is working fine, because of the green light. I want to know if the charger is working and is connected correctly to the battery. How can I tell? Thanks a lot.

Alec Gorman
Alec Gorman
| Aug 20, 2020
The battery in my three-year-old tender blew out, so I had to replace it
5/5

There was a tender on the 1959 Cadillac Coupe Deville that I owned. Acid was also all over the ground, and it got on my car cover as well. The first thing I did was remove the car cover thinking there was a coolant leak, not realizing that the battery acid had blown the grille out and infected the interior. Now let's see what happens next, shall we? The car cover got on my hood and burned the paint of my car. I removed the car cover immediately. It's a no-go. I wouldn't buy it All of a sudden they stop working.

Alec Riley
Alec Riley
| Dec 25, 2020
There's something nice about this In the end, we have had to replace the battery because we did not do that
3/5

There are still times when I use the generator, but those are far and between, so I bought the continuous charger to keep it charged at all times. The fact that some reviewers stated that their batteries were overcharged worried me a bit. In my opinion, I would recommend that a timer, together with a power strip outlet, be used to charge all the equipment that needs charging. I set the timer for my tools to run for four hours every day, for instance As long as the batteries are not being discharged, it doesn't make sense to have chargers running 24/7. This is why I also connected the battery charger to the timer based on that experience. The only way to know for sure is to wait until the review is complete. If anything goes wrong, I will update it. Please find attached To those who read the reviews When you attach pictures to the review, please include pictures of the manuals and boxes with information printed on them. If we can acquire more information about the goods, that would be helpful to all of us.

Aiden Mays
Aiden Mays
| Feb 23, 2021

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