FOXWELL BT780

Automotive Battery Load Tester 6V 12V 24V with Printer

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Foxwell BT780 Battery Tester Features and Benefits:

* Tests batteries from rated from 100 to 2000CCA.
* Tests multiple battery types- regular flooded, AGM flat plate, AGM spiral and gel.
* Tests multiple rating systems-CCA, BCI, CA, MCA, JIS, DIN, IEC, EN, SAE, GB.
* Tests the batteries on the car directly- no need to remove the battery.
* Dedicatedly developed to test start-stop AGM and EFB batteries.

* Quick and accurate test result display in just 3 seconds.
* Tests 12V & 24V battery, cranking system, and charging system.
* Advanced starter /alternator test.
* Quick starter analysis without disabling the ignition.
* Does not emit light,heat or spark ,or discharge battery-keeps operation safe for all levels of users.
* Automatic temperature compensation.
* Ripple voltage test for easy and intuitive check of faults.
* Extremely easy to use with large backlight LCD display and menu-driven operation

* Built in thermal printer make it possible for the techinicains to print test result as anytim and anywhere.

 * Support 10 Languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Japanese,  Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.

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Advanced Features of bt780
Test Multiple Battery Types of bt780

bt780 supports battery, cranking system, and charging system

bt780 is builted in thermal printer
foxwell bt780 supports multi language

foxwell bt780 supports global rating system

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Kit Includes of bt780

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BT780+Upgrade+guide.pdf
BT780+Manual.pdf
BT780_Update Tool

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Andre D.

I have used my BT780 tester for a few weeks now
Have tested 2 car batteries a few times, 1 lawn tractor, 1 small 12v battery for a booster
Unit works fine, one more foot (or so) of cable lenght would be nice
The printer function is very useful to have, darker section titles are a bit fade
Will be inquiring for extra rolls eventually

Their is one more test I perform with my ''Klein Tool multimeter'' that I find very useful to
mesure voltage, that gives me a residuel result of battery, after car is idle for a day or two
1- I plug unit to battery, select Voltage function and «Min/Max option»
2- I start the car and let it run only a few seconds, then turn off engine
3- any minimum result of lower than «9.6 volts» indicates battery is to be replaced