12 Feb 2018
Category: Articles, Company News
Lithium-ion polymer battery technology has changed the landscape for portable power. Significantly more sophisticated than the traditional absorbent glass mat (AGM) technology, lithium-ion polymer technology has made it possible to jump-start a car with a pocket-sized device.
With three lithium-ion polymer jump starters in range, Energizer® delivers portable power solutions based on the diverse needs of vehicles today. The high discharge models deliver strong cranking amps, extended cranking duration and multiple jumps per charge.
All lithium-ion polymer jump starters in Energizer’s range place safety at top priority. The intelligent proprietary EC5 battery connector offers increased safety through the specially designed three-pin connector that can only be used with the Energizer® lithium-ion polymer jump starter.
It offers cross polarity protection, thermal cut-off, reverse charging guard and short circuit protection that are all essential in ensuring user-safety.
The jump starters also come with the added benefit of having a high intensity LED flashlight for low-light situations. They also come with a power bank functionality to charge smart devices such as smart phones and tablets via a 2.4A USB port (faster charging capability than a standard 1A port). By integrating cutting-edge battery technology, robust construction and various auxiliary features, the latest jump starters by Energizer® present themselves as an essential travel companion.
The largest battery capacity in range (12,000mAh) weighs in at 400g, fits easily into the glove box and is capable of starting a 4.0L diesel/5.0L petrol car several times from a single charge. All jump starters come with fully insulated, spring-loaded clamps.
Energizer® lithium-ion polymer jump starters are exclusively available from FPS and can be found on the F:Drive under Maintenance > Car Battery > Jump Starters. For more information, please speak with your local FPS representative.
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