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VonHaus Car Battery Trickle Charger with Advanced Vehicle Diagnostics 7A £15.99 @ ebay / vonhaus
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VonHaus Car Battery Trickle Charger with Advanced Vehicle Diagnostics 7A £15.99 @ ebay / vonhaus
Posted 16th Sep 2020
Battery charger
CHARGE 230AH BATTERIES – this advanced, energy-efficient battery charger is suitable for charging fully drained or damaged lead-acid/li-ion batteries up to 230AH (12V), including those of cars, trucks, boats, tractors, garden tools, caravans and more
8-STEP INTELLIGENT CHARGING – systematically diagnoses your vehicle battery to deliver a customised charge cycle which reconditions and stabilises its internal chemistry, revitalising performance and lifespan. LED indicators provide information on charging progress
24/7 PROTECTION – the charging process is regulated by a host of safety features which prevent reverse polarity, overcharging, open-circuits, short circuits and overheating for leaving batteries charging indefinitely with confidence
DURABLE & COMPACT – impact, UV, dirt and water-resistant (IP-54), this robust and compact charger also features protective rubberised feet and external mounting holes. Supplied with alligator clamps, O-ring connectors and an extra fuse. Dimensions: L19 x W10 x H6cm. Weight: 0.86kg
MANUFACTURER 2 YEAR WARRANTY INCLUDED

RECOVER. RECHARGE. REVITALISE.

7A BATTERY CHARGER

8-STEP CHARGE
Intelligent charge cycle diagnoses, repairs and recharges vehicle batteries to restore optimum performance.

DURABLE
Impact, UV, dirt and water-resistant (IP-54) design features protective rubberised feet.

WALL MOUNT
Mounting holes make it possible to install the charger permanently onto a garage wall or surface.

SAFE
24/7 PROTECTION
Charge and maintain batteries indefinitely with safety mechanisms which prevent reverse polarity, overcharging, open-circuits, short circuits and overheating.

VERSATILE
7A CHARGER
Suitable for use with lead-acid/li-ion batteries up to 230AH (12V), including those of cars, trucks, boats, tractors, garden tools, caravans and more.
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33 Comments
Link goes to eBay??
zulfib16/09/2020 20:07

Link goes to eBay??


Thanks for that ,don't know how that happened.
This be ok for for a leisure battery?
Ordered thanks
There's a 15A one for an extra £12 with jump start function.
m.ebay.co.uk/itm…rue
Edited by: "Vanmeerkat" 16th Sep
Rob_Deeley16/09/2020 20:51

This be ok for for a leisure battery?


Sorry I'm not too sure on that one ,but I can't see why not . Although someone on this site will hopefully come along with that answer ,that's why I love this site !
Edited by: "Vanmeerkat" 16th Sep
Rob_Deeley16/09/2020 20:51

This be ok for for a leisure battery?


It's fine to charge a leisure battery no different to a car started battery but it's not designed to be left on charge all the time
grandoldchap16/09/2020 21:53

It's fine to charge a leisure battery no different to a car started …It's fine to charge a leisure battery no different to a car started battery but it's not designed to be left on charge all the time


No mate. Just to give it a boost prior to long drives/days away.
Would I have to remove anything connected to the terminals or just clamp on?
Rob_Deeley16/09/2020 21:56

No mate. Just to give it a boost prior to long drives/days away. Would I …No mate. Just to give it a boost prior to long drives/days away. Would I have to remove anything connected to the terminals or just clamp on?


You can just clamp it and charge the battery. How are you charging it at the moment?
grandoldchap16/09/2020 21:58

You can just clamp it and charge the battery. How are you charging it at …You can just clamp it and charge the battery. How are you charging it at the moment?


Split charge from my van battery.
During the week I don't do a lot of travelling so. Just a boost before my travels would be my thinking.
Rob_Deeley16/09/2020 22:01

Split charge from my van battery. During the week I don't do a lot of …Split charge from my van battery. During the week I don't do a lot of travelling so. Just a boost before my travels would be my thinking.


Your vehicle alternator will charge the battery while you drive so for long drives I don't think you will need to boot charge it. I would recommend you get a multi meter and check the battery voltage first.
grandoldchap16/09/2020 22:07

Your vehicle alternator will charge the battery while you drive so for …Your vehicle alternator will charge the battery while you drive so for long drives I don't think you will need to boot charge it. I would recommend you get a multi meter and check the battery voltage first.


Ok mate, thanks for the information.
I'm toying with going solar as well.
Rob_Deeley16/09/2020 22:08

Ok mate, thanks for the information. I'm toying with going solar as well.


Cool, I currently have a 100ah leisure battery connected solar panel to power my garden led lights. You don't get a lot of charge in the winter though.
grandoldchap16/09/2020 22:10

Cool, I currently have a 100ah leisure battery connected solar panel to …Cool, I currently have a 100ah leisure battery connected solar panel to power my garden led lights. You don't get a lot of charge in the winter though.


My leisure battery is 85ah.
Was thinking adding 100ah and 150w panel with mppt controller.
What's your panel?
Rob_Deeley16/09/2020 22:15

My leisure battery is 85ah.Was thinking adding 100ah and 150w panel with …My leisure battery is 85ah.Was thinking adding 100ah and 150w panel with mppt controller. What's your panel?


I have a 100w panel
Rob_Deeley16/09/2020 22:20

You wouldn't recommend for winter usage then mate?


No it's almost useless if you need a lot of amp
Use the discount code: YUKFD4SM7XQMMNQM for £5 discount to make the cost to £10.99. Hope it helps.
Can this be used safety for a Landrover Discovery Sport or a Mercedes A class hardly running these days and batteries getting drained?
8ah isn't trickle charge in my book that's a standard charge rate
akodalikar17/09/2020 00:14

Use the discount code: YUKFD4SM7XQMMNQM for £5 discount to make the cost …Use the discount code: YUKFD4SM7XQMMNQM for £5 discount to make the cost to £10.99. Hope it helps.


Says it’s a wrong code 😔
Good deal for this trickle charger which works well
Can this be used while the battery is connected to the car?
Jaybeam17/09/2020 10:21

Can this be used while the battery is connected to the car?


I would be interested to know this. I bought this one amazon.co.uk/dp/…tem and after having a flat battery I connected it to car battery in situ and my electrics went beserk when I turned it on.
ChrisTheNinjaPirate17/09/2020 12:42

I would be interested to know this. I bought this one …I would be interested to know this. I bought this one https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07T6GV32V/ref=pe_3187911_185740111_TE_item and after having a flat battery I connected it to car battery in situ and my electrics went beserk when I turned it on.


Is it safe charging a car battery while still connected?
It is completely safe charging a car battery while still connected — as long as you follow a few precautions. Your battery is designed to charge while connected to a vehicle (that’s how it’s recharged by the alternator while your car is running). While there’s no risk of damage to the battery, however, the likelihood of shocks and sparks does go up when the battery is still in the vehicle.
There are a few simple steps you can take to make sure you’re charging your battery safely. First of all, it’s advised that you wear safety gear, including both gloves and eye protection when charging a battery still connected to a vehicle.

You should also be careful about the charger’s voltage. Don’t use a power supply that exceeds 14.7 volts at any point during the charging process. The good news is, any trickle charger, jump starter, or battery maintainer designed for a car will fall below this benchmark. Smart battery chargers are the safest option for this purpose.
Finally, make sure you’re following other safety guidelines associated with charging a battery. This includes charging in a well-ventilated area, as well as avoiding direct sunlight that could overheat the battery and accelerate its charge. Also, make sure you inspect the battery for splits or acid leaks before charging. If you see any, you should replace the battery rather than charging it.
Edited by: "Vanmeerkat" 17th Sep
akodalikar17/09/2020 00:14

Use the discount code: YUKFD4SM7XQMMNQM for £5 discount to make the cost …Use the discount code: YUKFD4SM7XQMMNQM for £5 discount to make the cost to £10.99. Hope it helps.


Unfortunately didn't work for me either
KarthikSarma17/09/2020 01:01

Says it’s a wrong code 😔


Not sure if it is account specific then. It worked for me and I could place the order. The code was displayed to me on the page of the item under the product price.
phil9p17/09/2020 16:16

Unfortunately didn't work for me either



Not sure if it is account specific then. It worked for me and I could place the order. The code was displayed to me on the page of the item under the product price.
Can I jump start my car with this?
crystalmemo17/09/2020 19:30

Can I jump start my car with this?


With the one in the other link for £27.99 ,not the one for £15.99.
Vanmeerkat17/09/2020 12:56

Is it safe charging a car battery while still connected?It is completely …Is it safe charging a car battery while still connected?It is completely safe charging a car battery while still connected — as long as you follow a few precautions. Your battery is designed to charge while connected to a vehicle (that’s how it’s recharged by the alternator while your car is running). While there’s no risk of damage to the battery, however, the likelihood of shocks and sparks does go up when the battery is still in the vehicle.There are a few simple steps you can take to make sure you’re charging your battery safely. First of all, it’s advised that you wear safety gear, including both gloves and eye protection when charging a battery still connected to a vehicle. You should also be careful about the charger’s voltage. Don’t use a power supply that exceeds 14.7 volts at any point during the charging process. The good news is, any trickle charger, jump starter, or battery maintainer designed for a car will fall below this benchmark. Smart battery chargers are the safest option for this purpose.Finally, make sure you’re following other safety guidelines associated with charging a battery. This includes charging in a well-ventilated area, as well as avoiding direct sunlight that could overheat the battery and accelerate its charge. Also, make sure you inspect the battery for splits or acid leaks before charging. If you see any, you should replace the battery rather than charging it.


The question was can this charge the battery whilst connected, not is it safe. I know the Cetek can but they’re about 60 quid. The reason being that some state that the battery must be disconnected when charging. I have a Lidl one which I thought could do this, but in the blurb that comes with it has the proviso do not charge with battery connected. Some People say take the chance, but you can mess up the cars onboard computer. So hence my original question.
Edited by: "Jaybeam" 17th Sep
Jaybeam17/09/2020 21:34

The question was can this charge the battery whilst connected, not is it …The question was can this charge the battery whilst connected, not is it safe. I know the Cetek can but they’re about 60 quid. The reason being that some state that the battery must be disconnected when charging. I have a Lidl one which I thought could do this, but in the blurb that comes with it has the proviso do not charge with battery connected. Some People say take the chance, but you can mess up the cars onboard computer. So hence my original question.


Sorry can't help you.
Vanmeerkat17/09/2020 22:23

Sorry can't help you.


41963170-Nc9M4.jpgHope this answers your question,direct from the handbook.
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