The FULLOAD 1500 by Fulbat is an automatic 8-step charger for lead and gel batteries with a capacity of 4Ah to 30Ah. It can be used as a battery replacement for batteries up to 120Ah. Features: suitable for 5A and 12V batteries 8 charging levels ideal for long-term safe charging and ease of not overcharging. With internal overheating protection terminals and secure fitment kit included in delivery. Charging levels: 1. Initial charge: Test the battery to a full charge. 2. Pulse charge: Regenerates sulfated batteries through a high frequency pulse. 3. Soft-start: Extend battery life by soft-starting the charging process. 4. Basic charge: Reduces the charging time by placing the maximum charge for generating voltage. 5. Absorption voltage: Guaranteed a full charge the battery without overload. 6. Battery test: Test the battery to a full charge. 7. Trickle charge: Trickle charge keeps the battery at 100% charge. Restart every 21 days. 8. Long-term trickle charging: Special charging pulses provide an optimal state of the battery if the battery voltage drops.
Instructions for the disposal of electrical and electronic equipment: Owners of old appliances must dispose of them separately from unsorted municipal waste. WEEE must therefore not be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste and, in particular, must not be disposed of with household waste. Instead, these old electrical and electronic devices must be collected separately and disposed of, for example, via the local collection and return systems. Owners of old electrical appliances must also separate old batteries and accumulators that are not enclosed in the old electric appliance from the latter before handing it in at a collection point. The latter does not apply insofar as the WEEE is separated from other WEEE in accordance with § 14 Paragraph 5 Sentences 2 and 3 ElektroG within the framework of opting by the public waste management authorities for the purpose of preparing it for reuse. Further information on the disposal of electrical equipment can be found at here