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The RC-300 is a portable, fully featured tester that provides quick and accurate results utilizing AutoMeter's Award Winning "Digital Pulse Load" technology. The RC-300 is uer friendly, instructing the user exactly what to do while testing an SLA battery. Professionally accurate test results are shown on a LCD display after each test. The RC-300 has a built in memory so you can easily review and/or print test results.
- ADDITIONAL NOTES
- Tests SLA , Flooded, Gel Cell, or AGM batteries. Also tests discharged batteries and detects bad cells.
- Applies a true 40 amp load during testing to simulate real world operating conditions and provide more accurate test results.
- Tests 6V and 12V batteries rated between 4AH - 50AH.
- Stores the last 50 tests in memory
- The RC-300 enables the user to "blue print" known good batteries of different types/sizes to drive improved testing accuracy. The unit will store up to 40 different "blue printed" battery types. The user can also set customized pass/fail settings based on
- Test results include: battery's measured amp hour (AH) capacity, battery voltage and percent of charge, and what the battery's state of health is (good, near end of life, or bad).
- 30" - 16 gauge leads
- Customer communication with optional PR-12 (external printer), PR-20 (bolt-on printer), or AC-12 (PC cable).
- Tough impact resistant plastic housing with easy grip rubber booth that prevents damage to the unit.
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Hi, We at Philips Healthcare want RC300 (Qty 100) as a tool to test 12V Lead Acid-14AH and Lead Crystal-15AH batteries. We want technical DETAILS on how RC-300 decide health of battery. Wants Quality & certifications also(brochure info insufficient)Hi there, thank you so much for contacting us. If you could please send us an email with your requests. We can provide more technical details and start a dialogue on purchasing. Here is a link to email us: http://www.autometer.com/resources/index/ask_a_questionDate published: 2018-09-02
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