The manuals are here as .pdf format "http://nfa-na.com/techsupport.ht ml#Eliminator". NFA is the manufacturer for CT and I commend them for having them online as I usually lose the paper version when I need it. Every product should have at least this much support in the computer age.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
- Prince George, BC, Canada
This battery charger is only capable of recharging 12V batteries so you cannot safely charge just one of your 6V batteries. You’d have to charge them in series which, to your point, means it is unlikely given the imbalance between your two batteries, that the sulphated one will improve. In fact, it is more likely that you will “drag down” (by means of not providing a full charge) the good one. This is why the general rule of thumb is that all batteries in a bank should be of same type (i.e. wet, AGM, gel), same size (i.e. capacity) and similar age.
That said, new just this week at Canadian Tire is a full line of NOCO Genius battery chargers. We have two models (models 011-1926 and 011-1927) that are capable of charging and desulphating both 6V and 12V batteries. You can learn more at http://www.geniuschargers.com">www.geniuschargers.com.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago