When You Have the Snap-on Battery Charger Plus It Doesn't Matter What Rolls into Your Shop

When You Have the Snap-on Battery Charger Plus It Doesn’t Matter What Rolls into Your Shop

The versatile Battery Charger Plus works on cars, trucks, SUVs, tractors, fleets and motorcycles - anything that comes through your bay doors.

No matter what type of battery it is, no matter what type of vehicle it is, you only need one battery charger — the Snap-on Battery Charger Plus (EEBC500).

“Whether it is six, 12 or 24 volts, or whether it’s a standard automotive, AGM, deep-cycle or gel cell, you get the same result every time — a perfect charge,” said David Brekke, category manager for Snap-on. “Also, it does everything automatically at four, 15 or 60-amp charging rates and maintains constant voltage during flash reprogramming. It’s a battery charger that does it all. Just hook it up and move on. You’ll never have to compromise with the Snap-on Battery Charger Plus.”

The Snap-on Battery Charger Plus (EEBC500) has a rugged, streamlined design with 300-amp engine starting power. Extremely versatile and adaptive, it also is very convenient with GFCI outlets for auxiliary power and a handy storage compartment for battery hand tools. It is a fully automatic operation with microprocessor-controlled algorithms that optimize the charge cycle without overcharging. Plus, its exclusive flash reprogramming power supply maintains consistent OEM-specified voltage for computer re-flash. Also, its digital display shows battery voltage, voltage percent of charge and alternator percent of performance.

Customers can find out more about the Snap-on Battery Charger Plus (EEBC500) by contacting their local Snap-on franchisee, visiting www.snapon.com or by calling toll free 877-SNAPON-2 (877-762-7662).
 

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