AccuMaster BT Battery Load Tester enables users to perform analysis of 12V batteries to verify the battery’s condition and potentially avoid being stranded. The battery load tester is a compact and portable digital 12V battery tester that checks and analyzes a battery load system, according to an announcement.
Its main function is to analyze the battery in four indexes: battery condition percentage, battery cold cranking amps (CCA), voltage value and resistance. Plus, it can be used to perform ground cable checks, positive cable checks and charging system checks.
The tester can be used with a variety of batteries, including flood, AGM, gel and deep-cycle batteries. Further, it works across the CCA test range of 0-1995, and offers accurate operation for an extended number of 12V battery sizes.
“The value of a battery tester is found in its ease of use and dependability,” says Steve Kennedy, president, Calculated Industries. “That is why we made the AccuMaster BT, which is straightforward to use, works fast and provides precise easy-to-understand results.”
Featuring a large backlit LED screen for easier reading, the AccuMaster BT also has extra long 21.7-in. cables with heavy-duty terminal clamps for secure connections. As part of the tester’s design is its built-in reverse polarity protection for both the testing unit and the vehicle’s system. Plus, users can perform continuous testing on the battery without harm. The unit also sounds a beep as a reminder function that can be used with any of its tests.
While the Tester is rugged enough for daily use in a garage, its small size allows it to be stored in a glovebox for roadside use. Further, since the unit uses the test battery for power to operate and does not use its own power, it will always be ready when needed, according to the company.