$19.35

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

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Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; 🔥[ Charger, Maintainer & Desulfator ] – An all-weather battery charger, battery maintainer, trickle charger, and battery desulfator. Perfect for charging and maintaining all 12-volt lead-acid, flooded or sealed maintenance free batteries…

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

  1. :

    Do not buy it overcharged my battery and ruined it and all the wires. I am not happy it is supposed to stop charging when it reaches full charge. This charger cost me a lot of money!

  2. :

    Do not buy it overcharged my battery and ruined it and all the wires. I am not happy it is supposed to stop charging when it reaches full charge. This charger cost me a lot of money!

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    Here is an e-mail I sent to MotoPower customer support regarding the LED indicator, and never received a reply. One star off for the poor user interface design of the indicator, and one star off for poor customer support. I also see in other reviews that people are complaining of the light always being green. One person even complained he was charging a depleted battery for 3 days (with the light green), and no charge was being delivered. He found that on his charger, the red clip was incorrectly stamped as negative, and the black clip stamped as positive.Here is my e-mail:Hello, I recently purchased the MOTOPOWER MP00205A 12V 800mA Battery Charger so that I can trickle charge my snowblower battery over the 7-8 months that it is not used. Set it up today and have a question:The battery was purchased early this winter, about 5 months ago, so it is relatively new. When I plug in the charger, the light turns green. When I then connect it to the battery, it stays green. I realize that means that it is fully charged, but how do you tell if the charger is installed properly? If I disconnect one or both of the terminal connectors, or even reverse the connectors, the indicator just stays green.I would have liked better feedback from the unit, i.e. the indicator would be off (or maybe yellow) until properly connected to the battery, at which point it would be green or pulsing green. If the clips were connected to the wrong terminals, I would have expected the indicator to be red.Seems like the fact that you are using a green indicator for 2 different purposes (power on, or fully charged) is a problem. I could have the clips on the wrong terminals, or even have the plug that goes from the charger to the clips not properly seated, and think everything is working fine because the green light is on.So how do I know the charger is working and is connected to the battery correctly?Thanks.

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