STANLEY BM1S Fully Automatic 1 Amp 12V Battery Charger/Maintainer with Cable Clamps

January 11, 2020 - Comment
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The STANLEY BM1S high frequency battery charger and maintainer is used to keep batteries in stored vehicles and battery applications at optimal capacity during the off season. With 1 Amp rapid charge, charges 12 volt batteries in most RVs, specialty vehicles, antique and classic cars, marine deep cycle batteries, motorcycles, lawn mowers, ATVs, snowmobiles, and personal watercrafts. Connect the battery charger and maintainer with the included battery clips or battery ring terminals. Charging automatically stops when battery is fully charged or topped off and switches to float mode monitoring to maintain charge. Built-in circuit protection guards against overcharging, reverse polarity, or short circuit. The STANLEY BM1S battery charger and maintainer is sealed for protection against moisture, dust and oil; includes a limited 1 year manufacturer warranty.

Product Features

  • Charges and maintains 12 volt batteries in most vehicles using 1 Amp rapid charge
  • Easy connection to vehicle battery using battery clips or O-ring terminals
  • Stops charging automatically when battery is fully charged or topped off, switching to float mode monitoring
  • Built-in circuit protection guards against overcharging, reverse polarity, or short circuit
  • Sealed for protection against moisture, dust, and oil

Comments

Anonymous says:

Auto stop Using this to keep the camper battery charged over the winter. It automatically stops when the battery is charged and has indicator lights to tell you if it’s done charging.

Anonymous says:

Stanley Charger Ordered two and both are inoperative. One started to work than on second attempt failed. The other never worked.Complete waste.

Anonymous says:

Avoid at all costs I initially ordered two of these. When they arrived, one absolutely didn’t work right from the start and I returned it for a refund. The other seemed to be fine. I’ve had it hooked to a deep cycle battery for a couple months, and I was satisfied to the extent that I ordered one for my other battery. Luckily it was on back order, because my existing one just died for no apparent reason. So I have cancelled the current order. Unfortunately, I am beyond the return window for the other one. I…

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