Replacement Batteries

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Re: Replacement Batteries

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smileymiley wrote:And me!
Ok, I'll own up too, got a Datatool charger bolted directly to the battery.
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[size=xx-large]vive la difference [/size] :alas:
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Optimate 4 for the bmw just so easy plug and go, Davenset for the rest.
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Interesting to note the optimate only puts out 0.8 amp max
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These Optimate 4s seem to have a lot of flashing lights. 
My proper one has only 3 and a didplay but manages to tell me the rate of charge, the percentage charged and battery voltage. Not much more I need to know.
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RTman10 wrote: These Optimate 4s seem to have a lot of flashing lights. 
My proper one has only 3 and a didplay but manages to tell me the rate of charge, the percentage charged and battery voltage. Not much more I need to know.



That because they are for bright people, I manage because I just plug it in and let it do its thing.
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Post by guest2360 »

Quite.  And if I bother to look mine tells me what it's thing is.


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