UPS battery tester. Impedence test of Batteries. Cell Analyzer. flooded. Battery charger. High Capacity batteries

By: Sarel Electronics  09-12-2011
Keywords: Preventative Maintenance

The CRA is a portable, multi-purpose instrument that is indispensable for the ongoing preventative maintenance of battery systems used in UPS, telecommunications, data-center and other applications. Can be used with: Wet & Dry Cell/Chargeable & Non Rechargeable

The instrument is plugged into a standard 120V (220V available), 1 phase outlet and performs as an AC or DC constant current source depending upon the setting of a selector switch. It has both a cell equalizer mode and an impedence testing mode.

The unit comes in a "briefcase" type housing, and has a large zipper pocket for added portability by technicians. The pocket on the unit is used to carry the cables used with this device and can house any other equipment the technician carries for the service call.

Keywords: Preventative Maintenance

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