ACT 612 Lead Acid Intelligent Battery Tester for 6V/12V SLA ACT612

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Key Features

  • New compact and robust design with enhanced accuracy and result delivery time
  • Simulates a 20 hour (C20) discharge test in seconds
  • Developed for standby SLA, cyclic GEL and car FLOODED batteries
  • Tests 6V batteries between 1.2Ah and 10Ah, and 12V batteries between 1.2Ah and 100Ah
  • Displays DC Voltage and the actual Ampere hour (Ah) capacity available
  • Powered by the battery under test, with ultra low heat generation for continuous testing
  • Simple in operation, free from complicated settings and no user interpretation of results is required
  • Used by engineers from various industries from security, telecommunications to mobility

Dual voltage, designed for common lead acid battery types

Use the Calibration Control to select either standby SLA, cyclic GEL and car FLOODED battery types prior to testing. The ACT 612 will test 6V battery models between 1.2Ah and 10Ah, and 12V battery models between 1.2Ah and 100Ah.

Simple Operation

Once connected - ensuring a tight connection to clean battery terminals - the ACT 612 automatically displays the DC Voltage available followed by the Ah capacity reading. Results are displayed within seconds.

Results indicate when to recharge or replace

Battery manufacturers recommend to recharge or replace a battery when its rated Ah capacity falls below 65%. By giving a clear and accurate reading of a battery's Ah capacity available, the ACT 612 makes it easy to identify replacements quickly. A quick look up table shows common battery sizes and at what Ah capacity rate they should be recharged or replaced.

Unique Ah Calibration Control

This feature enables the unit to be calibrated to test various lead acid battery technologies or to specific brands of batteries.

Advanced Pulse Load Technology

The ACT 612 uses advanced pulse load technology to analyze Ah capacity, based on the battery's temperature and state of charge. This method is significantly more accurate than measuring voltage and internal resistance and does not deplete the battery unlike a conventional battery load tester.