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Model No.

Rated Output
(effective)
Battery Voltage Battery Capacity
MP7414 4 Ap 1!V 1! " 4# A$
MP741% % Ap 1! V !& " #& A$
'( order to e()ure correct a(d )afe u)age of your *attery c$arger+ you )$ould read t$e)e
i()tructio() carefully. Plea)e )tore t$e)e i()tructio() for future refere(ce.
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Ensure that cables are regularly inspected and kept in good condition.
Never use the battery charger if the mains lead or plug is damaged.
Never use the battery charger if the output leads or crocodile clips are damaged.
Never use the battery charger if it has been dropped or damaged in any way.
WARNING !attery charging produces e"plosive gases. #revent flames and sparks. #rovide
ade$uate ventilation during charging
Electrical repairs or replacement of the mains cable should only be carried out by the
manufacturer% its service agent or a suitably $ualified electrician & electrical technician in order
to avoid a ha'ard.
1.N.RA2 ,A-./0
(his battery charger can be used by children aged from ) years and above% and persons with
reduced physical% sensory or mental capabilities or lack of e"perience and knowledge if they
have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and
understand the ha'ards involved. *hildren must not play with this battery charger. *leaning
and user maintenance shall not be carried out by children without supervision.
1A,.,
(he charging process produces flammable and e"plosive gases + the area in which charging
takes place should be kept well ventilated. ,nly connect and disconnect the battery leads
when the mains supply is disconnected. Avoid flames or sparks- .o not smoke-
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(his charger is only suitable for /ead Acid batteries and should not be used to recharge NI*A.
or any other type of battery. (his charger must not be used to recharge non+rechargeable
batteries.
PO'N/, /O NO/.
When not in use store the charger in a dry place to avoid moisture damage. 0our 1aypole
!attery *harger is suitable for 'N3OOR 4,. ON20. Avoid e"posure to rain or li$uids at all
time. (he !attery *harger should not be opened. Any attempt at modification or repair by the
user will result in the loss of our guarantee. 1aintenance work should only be carried out by a
$ualified electrical technician.
3AN1.R
(he use of safety goggles and gloves when working with lead acid batteries is strongly advised.
Avoid contact with the electrolyte as this is acidic and is likely to cause burns to the skin or
clothes. If this occurs you should rinse the affected area with plenty of water immediately. In
the event of burns to the skin% medical advice should be sought if the symptoms persist.
OP.RA/'N1 'N,/R4C/'ON, " P2.A,. R.A3 CAR.-4220 B.-OR. 4,'N1
#lease read the data on the front of this leaflet for the recommended battery capacities suitable
for use with this charger. 2se with batteries smaller than this may lead to overcharging and
overheating of the battery.
*3ARGING 0,2R !A((ER0
Always charge in a well ventilated area-
A)
It is recommended that the battery is disconnected from the car when charging% as this will
prevent possible damage to the alternator. #lease read your vehicle manufacturer4s
instructions for further information and advice.
B) PR.PARA/'ON O- /5. BA//.R0
5irstly remove the caps from each cell and check the level of li$uid. If it is below the
recommended level% top up with ionised or distilled water. 2N.ER N, *IR*216(AN*E6
63,2/. (A# WA(ER !E 26E.
(o avoid battery acid splashing% the cell caps should be replaced but not tightened until
charging is complete. (his allows any gases formed during charging to escape. It is inevitable
that some minor escape of acid will occur during charging.
If your battery is permanently sealed it is unnecessary to carry out these checks and charging
should be discontinued when the battery reaches a 7gassing8 voltage of 9:.:;.
1. CONN.C/'ON
(o avoid sparks which could cause an e"plosion% the mains supply should be disconnected
before making or breaking battery connections.
*onnect the crocodile clips to the battery in the following order.
A< *onnect the positive charging lead =RE.< to the positive post of the battery =marked # or ><
B) *onnect the negative charging lead =!/A*?< to the negative post of the battery =marked N
or +<
*< If connecting to a battery which is still installed in the vehicle% the second connection should
be made to the chassis away from fuel lines% hot or moving parts
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It is important to ensure that both crocodile clips are making good contact with their respective
terminal posts. (he battery charger is fitted with an e"ternal% reverse polarity protection fuse. If
the leads are incorrectly connected the fuse will blow. .isconnect the battery charger from the
mains and battery before replacing the fuse. 1ake sure the replacement fuse is of the same
design and rating as the one removed.
!. C5AR1'N1
Insert the mains plug into the mains supply =@AB ;olts A* only<. 6witch on. 0our !attery
*harger should now be working and the rate of charge will be shown on the ammeter fitted on
the front of the charger. When a flat battery is initially connected to the !attery *harger the
charging rate should build up $uickly. As the battery becomes more charged the rate of charge
will drop% this is normal. (he charging current will never fall to 'ero as the charger will continue
to give a small output even when the battery is fully charged.
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*3ARGER.
A charging time of no more than 9B hours is recommended at no more than 9BC of the
battery4s ampere hour capacity. i.e. :B Ah battery should be charged at no more than : Amps.
(he battery charger is fitted with an internal% automatic thermal protection device% if the charger
overheats due to overload% environment or for any other reason% charging will be interrupted%
charging will restart automatically when the charger has cooled down.
Note With a fully charged or faulty battery% virtually no charge may register on the ammeter.
3) .2.C/RO20/.
Regularly check the specific gravity of the li$uid% using a hydrometer% until a reading of 75ully
*harged8 or 9%@DB is reached.
.) 65.N C5AR1'N1 ', COMP2./.
5or a battery still installed in the vehicle
.isconnect the charger from the mains supply first% then remove the chassis connection.
Remove the battery connection last.
,therwise .isconnect the charger from the mains supply% then disconnect the crocodile clips
from the battery terminal posts.
Inspect the li$uid levels in each cell and top up if necessary% using the correct fluid. Now push
home or tighten the caps. Any surplus fluid around the cell tops should be wiped off =this
should be done with e"treme care as it is acidic<.
If the battery has been removed for charging% replace it and re+connect the cables.
CAR BA//.R0 MA'N/.NANC.
It is essential to keep your battery regularly charged up throughout the year% especially during
the winter months. In the winter the effectiveness of your car battery is reduced by the cold.
,il is thick% engines are difficult to start and the heater% windscreen wipers and lights are all
draining power. It is at this time that batteries have to be at peak power. If your battery is not
regularly maintained and kept fully charged% it can cause problems and a possible breakdown.
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!atteries are usually made with si" cells. ,ne of these cells can deteriorate or get damaged. If
after several hours charging your battery is still flat% you should test the battery.
(ake hydrometer readings from each cell in the battery. If one reading is lower than the others%
this could indicate a faulty cell. (he battery will re$uire replacement if one or more cells are
faulty.
CAR.
It is important to maintain the battery leads on a regular basis as loose or dirty connections on
your battery terminals may prevent the vehicle from starting. .o this by removing the leads
from the battery% cleaning the inside of each connector and the terminal posts on the battery.
6mear the terminal posts with grease% replace the connectors and tighten firmly.
5or standard lead acid batteries% but not maintenance free% it is essential to keep the Electrolyte
level above the plates. N,(E% however that you should not overfill the battery% as the
electrolyte is strongly acidic. When topping up ., N,( 26E (A# WA(ER. Always use
distilled or ionised water. It is important to keep the acid level topped up. If necessary have it
checked by your garage.
C5.C8'N1 /5. CON3'/'ON O- NON ,.A2.3 2.A3 AC'3 BA//.R'.,
2sing a hydrometer% which can be purchased from most motor accessory stores% you can
check the specific gravity of the electrolyte in each cell. (he hydrometer is used to suck up a
$uantity of fluid from the cell. (he weighted float inside the hydrometer will register the
condition of that cell. #ut the fluid back into the cell after testing% taking care not to splash the
fluid about.
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A< If the charger fails to work
9. 6witch off immediately at mains
@. After switching off the mains supply% ensure that the crocodile clips are making good contact
with the correct terminal posts and the correct output voltage has been selected. Ensure
that the leads are not damaged.
A. 6witch mains supply on and check again.
!< If the charger still does not work
9< 6witch off immediately at mains and disconnect the output leads from the battery.
@< *heck that the output fuse and the fuse in the mains plug are intact.
A< *heck to see that the positive and negative leads are connected to the correct terminals.
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We declare that the product conforms to the following directives
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