Clore Automotive Inc. has added a 12-Volt jump starter to its Jump-N-Carry brand. The new Model No. JNC318 12 Volt Jump Starter and Power Supply is designed to offer robust jump starting power with numerous utility and convenience features.
Clore says the JNC318 is an ideal shop tool. Features include preheat capability for improved performance in extreme cold temperatures, USB outlets to power small electronics, 12 Volt power supply capability and a high intensity LED (light emitting diode) work light. With 700 peak amps and 330 start assist amps of starting power, the JNC318 can tackle a wide variety of starting tasks in numerous application environments, including automotive, marine, light truck, agricultural and fleet starting.
It incorporates numerous features to make jump starting safer for the operator and vehicle being serviced, including reverse polarity protection, backfeed protection, overvoltage protection, short circuit protection and overheat protection.
The JNC318's preheat function is designed to improve its starting capabilities in extreme cold temperature – simply switch this function on and the unit will preheat the battery and alert the operator when the unit is ready to jump start the vehicle. The JNC318 uses a UL-approved lithium battery and adds convenience features to extend its capabilities.
Convenience features include two USB outlets to power small electronics. A 12 Volt female adapter allows the JNC318 to power accessories from its 12V 10A output or be used as a memory saver when changing out a vehicle battery. A high intensity LED work light enables it to be used in nighttime starting or other emergency situations.
The company says charging is easy with the included AC charger and its automatic charging routine. The unit comes packaged in a zipper case for easy transport and storage.
Clore Automotive is designs, develops and manufactures automotive service equipment for professionals and consumers, including jump starters, battery chargers, battery testers and power inverters. More information can be found at www.cloreautomotive.com.