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Clore Adds Wheeled Battery Charger to Solar Line

The new PL3760 wheeled battery charger from Clore has three modes for service: auto charging mode, stable power mode and engine start assistance mode.
<p>The new PL3760 wheeled battery charger from Clore has three modes for service: auto charging mode, stable power mode and engine start assistance mode.</p>

Clore Automotive Inc. has added the Pro-Logix PL3760, a 12/24-volt intelligent wheeled battery charger, to its Solar product line.

The PL3760 provides three operational modes for comprehensive service: auto charging mode, stable power mode and engine start assistance mode.

The auto charging mode uses an advanced, microprocessor-controlled process to deliver an optimal charge to each battery serviced. Clore says the PRO-LOGIX charging process results in improved battery condition and restored reserve capacity.

The PL3760 features multiple charge rates for versatile fleet service: 60/40/10A 12V rates and 20/10A 24V rates. Special soft start and recondition routines automatically engage as needed. The PL3760 also has numerous safety features, including the company’s Smart Clamp Technology.

Stable power mode maintains vehicle system voltage at the desired level to support a variety of diagnostic, repair and reprogramming applications.

The PL3760 supports system voltage maintenance from 13.1-14.9V, selectable in 0.1V increments, allowing the operator to dial system voltage in exactly as needed. Engine start assistance mode provides extra amperage to start vehicles with dead batteries or other starting problems caused by a lack of power.

The PL3760 delivers 250A 12V engine starting assistance.

An LCD display provides rich detail for easy operational set-up and monitoring. Status lights alert the operator to the charger’s operational progress and provides warning of charging errors.

The unit is shipped fully assembled. The PL3760 also meets all energy efficiency requirements in the US and Canada.

For more information, visit www.cloreautomotive.com.

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