BT100
Applying the most advanced conductance testing technology and incorporating reverse polarity protection, TOPDON Battery Tester BT100 offers technician, professional and DIYer critical information about battery health status by identifying battery and charging problems quickly, easily and accurately.
Product Information
TOPDON Battery Tester BT100 will provide the technician, professional and DIYer, with critical information about battery health status by identifying battery and charging problems quickly, easily and accurately.
FEATURES:
Battery Test displays SOH (State of Health), SOC (State of Charge), Voltage, Current, Rating, and the reliable analysis results on readable LCD screen for your reference. Regularly check your battery status for signs of weakness or erosion, keep a close eye on battery function you can fix potential problems before they happens.
Cranking Test to Know the Starting System’s state
1) Entering cranking test and starting the engine as prompted, tester will automatically complete the test;
2) The tester will display the result including actual cranking voltage and actual cranking time;
3) If cranking voltage value is lower than 9.6V, the cranking system is regarded as abnormal;
Charging Test to Know More about Charging Volt
1) Charging Volt: Normal – the generator output is normal, no problem detected;
2) Charging Volt: Low – check the drive belt of the generator and the connection between generator and battery, or follow the manufacturer’s suggestion to eliminate generator fault;
3) Charging Volt: High – replace the generator assembly or a regulator to avoid battery damages;
Display: 128×64 LCD display
Working Temperature: -20°C ~65°C (-4°F~140°F)
Storage Temperature: -20°C ~70°C (-4°F~158°F)
Dimensions: 136.5mm*75.5mm*22.5mm
Weight: 260g
CCA: Cold Cranking Amps (Range: 100~2000)
BCI: Battery Council International (100~2000)
CA: Cranking Amps (100~2000)
MCA: Marine Cranking Amps (100~2000)
JIS: Japan Industrial Standard (26A17~245H52)
DIN: German Auto Industry Committee (100~1400)
IEC: Internal Electrical Technical Commission (100~1400)
EN: European Automobile Industry Association (100~2000)
SAE: Society of Automotive Engineers (100~2000)
GB: China National Standard (30Ah~200Ah)
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