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BAT ERY CHARGER T

Before reading, unfold the page containing the illustrations and familiarise yourself with all functions of the device.
Komperna GmbH Burgstrae 21 D-44867 Bochum (Germany)
Operation and Safety Notes

GB/IE/CY

Last Information Update: 09/2007 Ident.-No.: T4X092007-6

Table of Content

Introduction
For your safety....Page Proper Use....Page . Delivery Contents....Page Component description...Page . Technical Data....Page

Safety

Safety information....Page 7 Product features....Page 9

Operation

Preparing for use....Page 9 Connection....Page 9 Disconnecting....Page 9 Select charging mode....Page 9 Reset/deleting settings....Page 10 S witching over between modes 1, 2 and 3...Page 10 M ode 1 (14.4V/0.8A)...Page 10 M ode 2 (14.4V/3.6A)...Page 10 M ode 3 (14.7V/3.6A)...Page 10 R egenerating/charging empty (used, overcharged) batteries..Page 11 P rotective function of the device....Page 11. O verheating protection....Page 11
M aintenance and care...Page 11 Disposal.....Page 11 Information
Servicing....Page 11. D eclaration of conformity/Manufacturer...Page 12.
The following pictogrammes/symbols are used in these operating instructions: Read the operating instructions!

Watts (effective power)

Always heed warning labels and safety instructions! Caution - Danger of electric shock! Hazardous voltage danger to life!

Volt (AC)

Proper procedure and handling.

Explosive material!

Keep children and other unauthorised personnel at a safe distance when using electrical tools.

Risk of fire!

Dispose packaging and appliance in an environmentally-friendly way!
for rechargeable batteries/batteries from 1.2 Ah to 120 Ah

Battery charger T4X

Introduction For your safety
Operate the charging appliance in a warmed and well ventilated room. Any incorrect or improper use leads to loss of the warranty. The manufacturer takes no responsibility for damage(s) arising out of usage that is contrary to the instructions laid down. The appliance is not meant for commercial use.

Delivery Contents

Please carefully read these operating instructions and fold out the page with the illustrations.Observe this information exactly when putting the appliance into operation. If you have any further questions regarding use, please contact the service department responsible for your country. Keep these operating instructions in a safe place and hand them over to anyone to whom you pass on the appliance.
Check the appliance and all accessories for damage immediately after unpacking. Do not put a defective appliance or parts into operation. Please contact the resonsible service department for a replacement. 1 Charger TRONIC T4X 2 Quick/contact clamps (1 red, 1 black) 1 Operating manual Guarantee documents

Proper Use

Component description
TANDBYLED display :STANDBY (standby) S ED display Mode 1 L ED display Mode 2 L ED display Mode 3 L LED display incorrect polarity/fault ED display fully charged L LED display Charging process active
The TRONIC T4X is a primarily mains-connected (working with measuring and control functions) charging station with pulse trickle charge function, suitable for charging and trickle charging 12V lead accumulators (batteries) with electrolyte solution or gel. The charger has a circuit-breaker as protection against sparking and overheating.

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Introduction/Safety
8 Q election button MODE S 9 harging station C 10 ains cable with power plug M 11 ixing holes F 12 +-Pole connection cable (red), incl. ring shoe 13 -Pole connection cable (black), incl. ring shoe 14 +-Pole quick-contact terminal (red), incl. red
Safety Safety information

fixing screw

15 -Pole quick-contact terminal (black), incl.

black fixing screw

Technical Data
Input voltage: 220-240V~ 50/60Hz Starting current: < 25A Input current: max. 0.6A (Effective value) Power consumption: 55W Return current*: < 5mA (no AC input) Nominal voltage: 12V DC Nominal current: 0,8/3,6A Charging voltage: 14.4V 0.25V or 14.7V 0.25V Charging current: max. 3.6A (3.6A 10% or 0.8A 10%) Noise value**: max. 150mV Battery type: 12V lead acid battery 1.2Ah - 120Ah Type of housing protection: IP65 (dustproof, waterproof) Dimensions: 180x62x40mm (LxWxH) Weight: 0.5kg approx. Noise level: 50dB (A) (tested from a < distance of 50cm) * = eturn current is the current used by the R charging station battery, when no mains current is connected. ** = oise value is the disturbance of current and N voltage.
WARNING! Explosive gases - prevent flames and sparks. Before charging, study instruction sheet. Disconnect supply before making or breaking battery connections. Provide for good ventilation.

KH 3157

220V-240V AC~50Hz/60Hz 55W 12VDC 0,8/3,6 A IP65 Polarity: red clamp (+), black clamp (-) Date of manufacture:02/2008
Komperna GmbH D- 44867 Bochum Germany www.kompernass.com
m Danger! Avoid danger to life and limbs caused by improper use! J not operate the appliance with a damaged Do cable, power cord or plug. m CAUTION! A damaged power cord causes danger to life by electric shock. J damaged, have the power cord j repaired by If authorised and trained technicians only! Please contact the service department for your country! J not allow toddlers or children Do near the charging station without super-vision! Children cannot assess potential danger in the handling of electrical the equipment. J Explosion hazard! Protect yourself from a highly explosive oxyhydrogen gas reaction! Gaseous hydrogen leak from the battery during the charging can and discharging process. Oxyhydrogen gas is an explosive mixture of gaseous hydrogen and oxygen. The result is the so-called oxyhydrogen reaction upon contact with open fire (flames, embers or sparks)! Carry out the charging or discharging procedure in a wellventilated room protected from the weather. Make sure that there are no sources of open fire (flames, embers or sparks) in the vicinity when charging or discharging batteries! J Danger of explosion and fire! Make sure that explosive and flammable substances e.g. petrol or sol vents can be ignited when using the charging station! Danger of chemical burns! Protect your m eyes and skin against chemical burns caused by acid (sulphuric acid) upon contact with the battery! Do not look directly at the connected battery and use the following: acid-resistant safety glasses, protective clothing and gloves! If your eyes or skin come into contact with sulphuric acid, rinse the affected part of the body with plenty of clear running water and seek immediate medical assistance!

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J rotect yourself from an elecP tric shock! When connecting the charging station, use a screwdriver and a spanner with an insulated handle! J Only use the charging station for charging and discharging undamaged 12V lead batteries (with electrolyte solution or gel)! J not use the charging station for charging or Do trickle-charging batteries without recharging properties. J not use the charging station for charging or Do trickle-charging a damaged or frozen battery! J case of permanently installed batteries, make In sure that the vehicle is not in use and is in a secure, stationary position! Switch off the ignition and select a parking position, apply the parking brake (e.g. cars)or a retaining rope (e.g. boats)! J When connecting the charging station to the battery, avoid short-circuiting. Connect the minus pole connecting cable only to the minus pole of the battery or to the car body. Connect the plus pole connecting cable only to the plus pole of the battery! J Before connecting to the mains, make sure that the mains current is equipped with standard 230V~ 50Hz, PEN conductor, a 16A fuse and a residual-current circuit-breaker! J Only touch the power cord j in the insulated area at the power plug upon contact with the socket outlet with earthing contact! J Only touch the pole connecting cables ( und +) in the insulated area! J Only connect to the battery and the socket outlet with earthing contact of the mains if it is fully protected against moisture! J Only carry out the assembly, maintenance and servicing of the charging station when it is disconnected from the power supply! J not position the charging station near a fire Do or subject it to heat or to long-term temperatures exceeding 50C! The output capacity of your charging station is automatically reduces at high temperatures. J not damage any leads or connections for Do fuel, electricity, brake systems, hydraulics, water or tele-communications when attaching the charging station with bolts! Otherwise there

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will be a danger to life and limbs! J Make sure that the plus pole connecting cable has no contact with the fuel line (e.g. petrol line)! J Ensure that the mains power socket is at all times freely accessible so that in a case of emergency the appliance can be quickly separated from the power source. J Attention! Avoid damage caused by improper use! J Only use the charging station with the original parts provided! J not cover the charging station with objects! Do J Place the battery in a well-ventilated location during charging. J Protect the electrical contacts of the battery against short-circuiting! J Only connect the charging station to a socket outlet with earthing contact equipped with a residual-current circuit-breaker when using outdoors. J not place the charging station driectly on or Do next to the battery! J After completing the charging and floating charge operation on a battery permanently installed in the vehicle, first disconnect the cable of the negative (minus) pole (black) of the charger from the negative (minus) pole of the battery. J case of malfunction or damage, immediately In disconnect the charging station from the mains! J Have the charging station repaired by authorised and trained specialists only! Please contact the service department for your country! J Before connecting the charging station, read the information on battery maintenance in the operating instructions of the battery! J Before connecting the charging station to a battery permanently installed in a vehicle, read the information on electrical safety and maintenance in the operating instuctions of the vehicle! J not subject the battery to mechanical Do loads! J When the charging station is not in use, disconnect it from the power supply!

Safety/Operation

Product features
This appliance has been designed for charging a variety of SLA batteries (sealed lead acid batteries), as mainly used in cars, motorbikes and several other vehicles. They may be of types e.g. WET (with liquid electrolyte), GEL (with mit gel-type electolyte) or AGM (absorbed glass mat) batteries. Their capacity ranges from 12V/1.2Ah to 12V/120Ah. A special design of the appliance (also named three-phase-charging strategy) enables the recharging of the batttery to almost 100% of its original capacity. Furthermore, a long-term connection of the battery to the charging station can take place to keep the battery in optimal condition when not in use, without it being damaged in the process.
necting cable (black) of the vehicle from the minus pole of the battery. The minus pole of the battery is usually connected to the car body. j Then disconect the plus pole connecting cable (red) of the vehicle from the plus pole of the battery. j Then first connect the + pole quick-contact clamp (red) 14 of the charging station to the plus pole (+ pole) of the battery. j Connect the pole quick-contact clamp (black) 15 to the pole of the battery. j Connect the power cord 10 of the battery charging station to the socket oulet with earthing contact of the power supply.

Disconnecting

Operation Preparing for use
m aution! Danger of electric shock! C Only install, maintain and service the appliance when it is disconnected form the mains! Working safely j When putting the appliance into operation, select a suitable place to do so. j Take your time when carefully preparing to put the appliance into operation. Put all compoments and any additionally required tools or materials well arranged and within easy reach. j Always be alert and pay attention to what you are doing. Be sensible when working and do not operate the charging station if you lack the ability to concentrate or do not feel well.
j Disconnect the appliance from the power supply. j Disconnect the pole quick-contact clamp (black) 15 from the pole of the battery. j Disconnect the + pole quick-contact clamp (red) 14 from the + pole of the battery. j Reconnect the plus pole connecting cable of the vehicle to the plus pole of the battery. j Reconnect the minus pole connecting cable of the vehicle to the minus pole of the battery.

Select charging mode

Connection
j Before starting the charging or discharging procedure on a permanently installed battery in a vehicle, first disconnect the minus pole con-
For charging various batteries at different ambient temperatures you can choose between three different charging modes. Select the most efficient and suitable charging mode for charging the battery. In comparison with conventional battery charging stations, this appliance has a special function for reusing an empty battery or rechargeable battery. You can recharge an empty battery/rechargeable battery. Safe charging is ensured by means of a protection function against incorrect connection and short circuiting. Due to the installed electronics, the charging station does not begin operation directly after connecting the battery, but only starts after a charging mode has been selected.

This avoids sparking, which often occurs when connecting. Furthermore, this device is also controlled by an internal MCU (Micro-Computer-Unit), which makes it faster, more powerful and more reliable.
7 goes out. The floating current is now display available for the battery.

ode 2 M

(14.4V/3.6A)

Reset/deleting settings

After connection to the power supply, the appliance automatically returns to its basic setting and remains in STANDBY mode
This mode is mainly used for charging batteries with a large capacity exceeding 14 Ah under normal conditions. j Press the selection button MODE 8 , to activate mode 2. If you do not activate another process afterwards, the electronic system, together with 3 starts the charging process LED display at (with a current of) 3.6A 10% (3.6A). the procedure runs without any problems, the If 7 remains on during the entire LED display charging process, until the battery is fully charged at 14.4V/ 0.25V. When the battery is fully 6 lights up and LED charged, LED display 7 goes out. The floating current is display now available for the battery.

witching over between S

modes 1, 2 and 3
j Press the selection button MODE 8 repeatedly to display the charging modes in the following order: Ready STANDBY, MODE1 , MODE2 , MODE3 and start the next cycle. If you press the selector button 8 ,charging mode automatically switches over to the next mode and begins operation in that mode. However, if a battery is not disconnected from the charging station after a full charge, the appliance remains in trickle-charge mode, even if the user switches over to another mode. This protects the battery from being damaged.

ode 3 M

(14.7V/3.6A)

ode 1 M

(14.4V/0.8A)
This mode is used for charging batteries with a greater capacity than 14Ah in cold conditions or for several AGM batteries with more than 14Ah. j Press the selection button MODE 8 , to activate mode 3. As soon as you have selected the suitable charging mode, the corresponding LED 4 lights up immeditely. If you do not display take any further action, the electronic system starts the charging process with a set delay. In this mode the charging current is identical to that of Mode 2. f the procedure runs without any problems, the I 7 lights up, the electronic stysLED display tem is active and remains in this condition until the battery is charged to approx. 14.7V. As soon as this is reached, the charging station switches over to trickle-charging function. Now 7 goes out and LED display LED display 6 lights up to indicate the current status.

This mode is suitable for charging small batteries with a capacity below 14Ah. j Press the selection button MODE 8 , to select mode 1. After doing so, the corresponding LED 2 lights up. If you do not activate display an-other process afterwards, the electronic system will automatically start the charging process 7 at (with a together with the LED display current of) 0.8A 10%. the procedure runs without any problems, the If 7 remains on during the entire LED display charging process, until the battery is fully charged at 14.4V/ 0.25V. When the battery is fully 6 lights up and LED charged, LED display
Operation/Maintenance and care/Disposal/Information
egenerating/charging empty R
(used, overcharged) batteries
If the charging station is connected to a battery and the charging process starts it automatically recognises the battery voltage. It changes to pulse charging mode if the voltage is in the range of 7.5V 0.5 to 10.5V 0.5V. This pulse charging process is continued until the battery voltage has increased to 10.5V 0.5V. As soon as this condition is reached, the charging station changes over to the previously selected normal charging mode. Now the battery can be charged quickly and safely. Most empty batteries can be charged and used again using this procedure.
j Switch off the appliance. j Clean the plastic surfaces of the appliance and the remote control with a dry cloth. Do not under any circum-stances use solvents or other aggressive cleaning agents.

Disposal

packaging is wholly composed of enviThe ronmentally-friendly materials that can be disposed of at a local recycling centre. o not dispose of electrical D appliances in household waste.
rotective function of the device P
If a unexpected situation should occur, such as short circuiting, battery voltage below 7.5V, open circuit or reversed connection of the output terminals, the charging station deactivates the electronic system and immediately switches back to basic position to avoid damage. If you do not activate any settings, the system will remain in STANDBY mode. With the inverse connection of the output clamps the LED display in5 lights up additionally. correct polarity/fault
In accordance with European Directive 2002/96/EC on used electrical and electronic appliances and its implementation in national law, used power tools must be collected separately and recycled in an ecologically compatible manner. Please return the tool via the available collection facilities. Information on options for disposing of electrical appliances after their useful life can be obtained from your local or city council.

Information Servicing

verheating protection O
If the appliance becomes too hot during charging, the power output is automatically reduced. This protects the appliance from damage.

The service centre for your country is shown in the guarantee documentation. J Have your device repaired only by qualified specialist personnel using original manufacturer parts only. This will ensure that your device remains safe to use. J the plug or mains lead needs to be replaced, If always have the replacement carried out by the manufacturer or its service centre. This will ensure that your device remains safe to use.

aintenance and care M

m aution! Danger of electric shock! C Only install, maintain and service the appliance when it is disconnected from the mains! The appliance is maintenance-free.

Information

Q Declaration
of conformity/ Manufacturer
We, Komperna GmbH, Burgstr. 21, D-44867 Bochum, Germany, hereby declare that this product conforms to the following EU Directives: EC Low-Voltage Directive (2006/95/EG) Electromagnetic Compatibility (89/336/EEC) Product designation: Tronic TX4 Battery charger Bochum, 30.09.2007
Hans Komperna - Managing Director -
We reserve the right to make technical modifications in the course of product development. 12 GB/IE/CY

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Battery Charger

T4X SE
Operation and Safety Notes
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Before reading, unfold the page containing the illustrations and familiarise yourself with all functions of the device.

GB/IE/CY

Operation and Safety Notes
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Table of contents

Introduction
Proper Use.....Page Delivery Contents....Page Component description....Page Technical Data....Page.

Safety

Safety information....Page 7 Product features....Page 9. Connection....Page 9 Disconnecting.....Page 9 Select charging mode....Page 9 Reset/deleting settings....Page 10. Switching between modes 1, 2, 3 and 4...Page 10 Mode 1 6V (7.3V/0.8A)....Page 10. Mode 2 12V (14.4V/0.8A)...Page 10 Mode 3 12V (14.4V/3.6A)...Page 10 Mode 4 12V (14.7V/3.8A)....Page 10 Regenerating/charging empty (used, overcharged) 12V batteries..Page 11. Protective function of the device...Page 11 Overheating protection....Page 11.

Operation

Maintenance and care...Page 11 Service....Page 11 Warranty....Page 11 Disposal....Page 12 Declaration of conformity/Manufacturer..Page 12
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The following pictograms are used in these operating instructions/on the device: Read instruction manual! Observe caution and safety notes! Cautionelectric shock! Danger to life! Risk of explosion! Risk of fire!
Watts (Effective power) Volt (AC) Safety class II Keep children away from electrical devices! Check that the device, mains lead and plug are in good condition!

Battery charger T4X SE

Delivery Contents
Please carefully read these operating instructions and fold out the page with the illustrations. Keep these operating instructions in a safe place and hand them over to anyone to whom you pass on the appliance.
Check the appliance and all accessories for damage immediately after unpacking. Do not put a defective appliance or parts into operation. 1 Charger TRONIC T4X SE 2 Quick/contact clamps (1 red, 1 black) 1 Operating manual

Component description

Proper Use
The TRONIC T4X SE is a battery charger with a pulse trickle charge mode and is suitable for charging and maintenance charging of the following 6V or 12V lead rechargeable batteries with wet cell or gel electrolyte: 6V: with a capacity of 1.2Ah to 14Ah 12V: with a capacity of 1.2Ah to 14Ah 12V: with a capacity of 14Ah to 120Ah You can also used it to regenerate completely discharged batteries. The battery charger has protective circuits to prevent sparking and overheating. Any incorrect or improper use leads to loss of the warranty. The manufacturer takes no responsibility for damage(s) arising out of usage that is contrary to the instructions laid down. The appliance is not meant for commercial use.
see Fig. A: 1 LED display (standby) 2 6VLED display Mode LED display Mode LED display Mode LED display Mode LED display incorrect polarity/fault 7 LED display fully charged 8 LED display Charging process active 9 Q Selection button MODE see Fig. B: 10 Charging station 11 Mains lead 12 Mounting holes 13 +-Pole connection cable (red), incl. ring shoe 14 -Pole connection cable (black), incl. ring shoe 15 +-Pole quick-contact terminal (red), incl. red fixing screw
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Introduction/Safety

16 -Pole quick-contact terminal (black), incl.

black fixing screw

Technical Data
Input voltage: 220-240V~ 50/60Hz Power consumption: 60W Reverse current*: < 5mA (no AC input) /12V Nominal output voltage: 6V Nominal output current: 0.8A/3.8A Charging voltage: 7.3V or 14.4V or 14.7V Charging current: 0.8A 10% 3.8A 10% Battery type: lead-acidbattery 6V 1.2Ah-14Ah 12V lead-acid battery 1.2Ah-120Ah Housing protection type: IP65 (dust-proof, water-proof) Safety class: II/ * = eturn current is the current used by the R charging station battery, when no mains current is connected.
Safety Safety information
anger! Avoid danger to life and limbs D caused by improper use! CAUTION! Do not operate the appliance with a damaged cable, power cord or plug. A damaged power cord causes danger to life by electric shock. J damaged, have the power cord repaired by If authorised and trained technicians only! Please contact the service department for your country! J rotect yourself from P an electric shock! When connecting the charging station, use screwdriver and a spanner with an insulated a handle!
operate the vehicle if you are charging a battery while it is still in the vehicle! Switch off the ignition and park the vehicle. Apply the parking brake (e.g. in cars) or secure with a mooring rope (e.g. electric boat)! J DANGER OF ELECTRIC SHOCK! Disconnect the battery charger from the mains before you make or break the connections to the battery. - irst connect the clamp that is not connected F to vehicle bodywork, then connect the other clamp to the vehicle bodywork at a point away from the battery and the fuel line. After this is done, you can connect the battery charger to the mains. - fter charging, disconnect the battery chargA er from the mains. Then disconnect the clamp attached to the vehicle bodywork before you disconnect the clamp from the battery. J DANGER OF ELECTRIC SHOCK! Handle the connecting cables ( and +) by their insulated areas only! J DANGER OF ELECTRIC SHOCK! Ensure that there is complete protection from moisture at the connections to the battery and at the mains outlet socket! J DANGER OF ELECTRIC SHOCK! Carry out the mounting, maintenance and cleaning of the battery charger only when it is disconnected from mains! J DANGER OF ELECTRIC SHOCK! After completion of the charging and maintenance charging process on a battery mounted in a vehicle, first disconnect the negative connection cable (black) of the battery charger from the negative terminal of the battery. J not leave small children Do unattended with the battery charger! Children are too young assess the possible dangers associated with to electrical devices. Children should be supervised in order to ensure that they do not play with the device. J Children or persons who lack the knowledge or experience to use the device or whose physical, sensory or intellectual capacities are limited must never be allowed to use the device without

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J DANGER OF ELECTRIC SHOCK! Do not
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supervision or instruction by a person responsible for their safety. J xplosion hazard! E Protect yourself from a highly explosive oxyhydrogen gas reaction! Gaseous hydrogen can leak from the battery during the charging and discharging process. Oxyhydrogen gas is an explosive mixture of gaseous hydrogen and oxygen. The result is the so-called oxyhydrogen reaction upon contact with open fire (flames, embers or sparks)! Carry out the charging or discharging procedure in a wellventilated room protected from the weather. Make sure that there are no sources of open fire (flames, embers or sparks) in the vicinity when charging or discharging batteries! J Risk of explosion or fire! Ensure that the use of the battery charger cannot ignite any explosive combustible substances, e.g. petrol or solvents! or Warning! Explosive gases! Avoid flames and sparks! Ensure that there is adequate ventilation during the charging process. J Stand the battery on a well ventilated surface while charging. Otherwise the device could be damaged. J DANGER OF EXPLOSION! Ensure that the positive terminal connection cable does not come into contact with a fuel line (e.g. petrol line)! Danger of chemical burns! Protect your eyes and skin against chemical burns caused by acid (sulphuric acid) upon contact with the battery! Wear: Acid-resistant glasses, clothing and gloves! If your eyes or skin come into contact with sulphuric acid, rinse the affected part of the body with plenty of clear running water and seek immediate medical assistance! J Avoid causing an electrical short-circuit when connecting the battery charger to the battery. Connect the minus pole connecting cable only to the minus pole of the battery or to the car body. Connect the plus pole connecting cable only to the plus pole of the battery! J Before connecting to the mains, make sure that the mains current is equipped with standard

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230V~ 50Hz, PEN conductor, a 16A fuse and a residual-current circuit-breaker! Otherwise the device could be damaged. J not place the battery charger near fire, heat, Do or subject it to prolonged temperatures of over 50C! The output from the battery charger drops automatically in high temperatures. J Avoid damaging any lines carrying fuel, electricity, brake fluid, hydraulic oil or water. Be particularly careful not to cause damage when mounting the charger in place with screws! Failure to observe this advice risks loss of life or injury! J only the supplied original manufacturers Use parts with the battery charger! J not allow any objects to cover the battery Do charger! Otherwise the device could be damaged. J Protect the electrical contacts of the battery against short-circuiting! J the battery charger only for charging and Use maintenance charging of undamaged 6V/12V lead batteries (wet cell or gel electrolyte)! Otherwise damage to property could occur. J not use the battery charger for charging or Do maintenance charging of disposable batteries. Otherwise damage to property could occur. J not use the battery charger for charging or Do maintenance charging of damaged or frozen batteries! Otherwise damage to property could occur. J Before connecting the charging station, read the information on battery maintenance in the operating instructions of the battery! Otherwise personal injury and/or damage to the device could occur. J Before connecting the charging station to a battery permanently installed in a vehicle, read the information on electrical safety and maintenance in the operating instuctions of the vehicle! Otherwise personal injury and/or damage to the device could occur. J Unplug the charger from the mains supply when not being used! This also benefits the environment. Consider how much electricity is consumed, even in standby mode. J Remain alert at all times and always watch what you are doing. Always proceed with caution

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Safety/Operation

and do not use the battery charger if you cannot concentrate or feel unwell.
j Then disconect the plus pole connecting cable

Product features

This appliance has been designed for charging a variety of SLA batteries (sealed lead acid batteries), as mainly used in cars, motorbikes and several other vehicles. They may be of types e.g. WET (with liquid electrolyte), GEL (with mit gel-type electolyte) or AGM (absorbed glass mat) batteries. A special design of the appliance (also named three-phase-charging strategy) enables the recharging of the batttery to almost 100% of its original capacity. Connecting the battery for a long period to the battery charger is also a good way of ensuring that your battery is kept in optimum condition.
(red) of the vehicle from the plus pole of the battery. j attach the + quick-release clamp (red) 15 First of the battery charger to the + terminal of the battery (see Fig. C). j Attach the quick-release clamp (black) 16 of the battery charger to the terminal of the battery (see Fig. C). j Connect the mains lead 11 of the battery charger to an electrical power outlet socket.

Disconnecting

j Disconnect the appliance from the power supply. j Detach the quick-release clamp (black) 16 j Detach the + quick-release clamp (red) 15 j Reconnect the plus pole connecting cable of j Reconnect the minus pole connecting cable of
the vehicle to the minus pole of the battery. the vehicle to the plus pole of the battery. from the + terminal of the battery. from the terminal of the battery.
Warning! Before you carry out any work the battery charger always pull the mains on plug out of the mains socket. Warning! DANGER OF ELECTRIC SHOCK! DANGER OF DAMAGE TO PROPERTY! DANGER OF INJURY! Ensure that you do not strike electrical cables, gas or water pipes when you are drilling into the wall. If necessary, check the wall using a suitable detector before you drill. j may find it convenient to attach the battery You charger on to a board or a wall. Screw the two screws through the mounting holes 12 into the board or wall.

Select charging mode

Connection
procedure on a permanently installed battery in a vehicle, first disconnect the minus pole connecting cable (black) of the vehicle from the minus pole of the battery. The minus pole of the battery is usually connected to the car body.
j Before starting the charging or discharging
You can select different charging modes for charging different batteries at different ambient temperatures. In comparison with conventional battery charging stations, this appliance has a special function for reusing an empty battery or rechargeable battery. You can recharge an empty battery/rechargeable battery. Safe charging is ensured by means of a protection function against incorrect connection and short circuiting. Due to the installed electronics, the charging station does not begin operation directly after connecting the battery, but only starts after a charging mode has been selected. This avoids sparking, which often occurs when connecting. The battery charger is controlled by an internal MCU (Micro-Computer Unit).
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Reset/deleting settings

Mode 2

12V (14.4V/0.8A)

After connection to the power supply, the appliance automatically returns to its basic setting and remains in STANDBY mode

Q Switching

This mode is suitable for charging 12V lead-acid batteries with a capacity less than 14Ah.
j Press the selection button MODE 9 , to activate

2, 3 and 4

between modes 1,
j Press the MODE selection button 9 the appro-
priate number of times. The device switches between charging modes in the following order: Standby , MODE 1 6V, MODE 2 , MODE 3 , MODE 4 and then repeats the cycle
NOTE: If you press the selector button 9 , charging mode automatically switches over to the next mode and begins operation in that mode. NOTE: However, if a battery is not disconnected from the charging station after a full charge, the appliance remains in trickle-charge mode, even if the user switches over to another mode. This protects the battery from being damaged.
mode 2. After completion of this process, the 3 lights up. appropriate LED indicator Then if you do not take any further action, the 8 electronic control and the LED indicator automatically switches on and starts the charging process. If the procedure runs without any 8 remains on problems, the LED display during the entire charging process, until the battery is fully charged. When the battery is 7 lights up and fully charged, LED display 8 goes out. The device now LED display switches automatically into maintenance charging mode.

Mode 3

12V (14.4V/3.6A)
This mode is mainly suitable for charging 12V lead-acid batteries with a capacity greater than 14Ah under normal conditions.

Mode 1 6V (7.3V/0.8A)

This mode is suitable for charging 6V lead-acid batteries with a capacity less than 14Ah.
j Press the selection button MODE 9 , to select
mode 1. After doing so, the corresponding LED display 6V 2 lights up. If you do not activate an-other process afterwards, the electronic system will automatically start the charging process 8 at (with a together with the LED display current of) 0.8A 10%. If the procedure runs 8 without any problems, the LED display remains on during the entire charging process, until the battery is fully charged at 7.3V/ 0.25V. When the battery is fully charged, LED display 7 lights up and LED display 8 goes out. The device now switches automatically into maintenance charging mode.
mode 3. Then if you do not take any further action, the electronic control and the LED indicator 4 switches on and starts the charging process. If the process runs without any problems, 8 remains on during the the LED indicator whole charging process until the battery is charged. When the battery is fully charged, the 7 and the die LED indicator LED indicator 8 go out. The device now switches automatically into maintenance charging mode.

Mode 4

12V (14.7V/3.8A)
This mode is used for charging 12V lead-acid batteries with a capacity greater than 14Ah under cold conditions or for charging some AGM (Absorbent Glass Mat) batteries with a capacity greater than 14Ah.
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Operation/Maintenance and care/Service/Warranty
j Press the MODE selection button 9 to select
mode 4. As you select the desired mode, the 5 lights up imappropriate LED indicator mediately. If you take no further action, the electronic control switches on after a preset delay to begin the charging process. In this mode the charging current is the same as in mode 3. If the process runs without any problems, the LED 8 lights up, the electronic control indicator switches on and remains in this state until the battery is charged. As soon as this point is reached, the battery charger switches to maintenance charging mode. Now the LED indicator 8 goes out and the LED indicator 7 lights up to indicate the present status.

Overheating protection

If the appliance becomes too hot during charging, the power output is automatically reduced. This protects the appliance from damage.

Maintenance and care

Warning! Before you carry out any work the battery charger always pull the mains on plug out of the mains socket. The appliance is maintenance-free. j Switch off the appliance. j Clean the plastic surfaces of the device with a dry cloth. Do not under any circum-stances use solvents or other aggressive cleaning agents.

Q Regenerating/charging

empty (used, overcharged) 12V batteries
The battery charger detects the battery voltage automatically once the battery charger is connected to a battery and the charging process has started. It changes to pulse charging mode if the voltage is in the range of 7.5V 0.5 to 10.5V 0.5V. This pulse charging process is continued until the battery voltage has increased to 10.5V 0.5V. As soon as this state is reached, the battery charger switches into the normal charging mode that you selected earlier. Now the battery can be charged quickly and safely. Most empty batteries can be charged and used again using this procedure.

Service

Warning! Have your device repaired at the service centre or by qualified specialist personnel using original manufacturer parts only. This will ensure that your device remains safe to use. J Warning! If the plug or lead needs to be replaced, always have the replacement carried out by the manufacturer or its service centre. This will ensure that your device remains safe to use.

Warranty

Protective function of the device
If a unexpected situation should occur, such as short circuiting, battery voltage below 7.5V, open circuit or reversed connection of the output terminals, the charging station deactivates the electronic system and immediately switches back to basic position to avoid damage. If you do not activate any settings, the system will remain in STANDBY mode. With the inverse connection of the output clamps the LED 6 lights up display incorrect polarity/fault additionally.
This appliance is guaranteed for 3 years from the date of purchase. It has been carefully produced and meti-culously checked before delivery. Please keep your receipt as proof of purchase. Contact your service centre by telephone in case of questions pertaining to the warranty. Your goods can be transmitted free of cost only in this manner. This warranty applies only to the initial purchaser and is non-transferable.
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Warranty/Disposal

The warranty covers only material or manufacturing faults, not normal wear or damage to fragile parts such as switches or rechargeable batteries. The appliance is intended solely for private, not commercial, use. If this product has been subjected to improper or inappropriate handling, abuse, or interventions not carried out by one of our authorised sales and service outlets, the warranty will be considered void. This warranty does not affect your statutory rights.

By doing this you will be complying with the legal requirements and making an important contribution to protecting the environment. GB DES Ltd Units 14-15 Bilston Industrial Estate Oxford Street Bilston (Great Britain) WV14 7EG Tel.: 0870/787-6177 Fax: 0870/787-6168 e-mail: support.uk@kompernass.com IE Komperna Service Ireland Tel.: 412 (0,082 /Min.) * Standard call rates apply. Mobile operators may vary. e-mail: support.ie@kompernass.com

Disposal

packaging is wholly composed of enviThe ronmentally-friendly materials that can be disposed of at a local recycling centre. o not dispose of electrical D appliances in household waste.
In accordance with European Directive 2002/96/EC on used electrical and electronic appliances and its implementation in national law, used power tools must be collected separately and recycled in an ecologically compatible manner. Please return the tool via the available collection facilities. Information on options for disposing of electrical appliances after their useful life can be obtained from your local or city council. Disposal of batteries the end user you have a duty to As recycle or properly dispose of all your used batteries. Batteries containing environmentally polluting substances are labelled with the adjacent symbols to indicate that they must not be disposed of with household refuse. The abbreviations for the critical heavy metals are: Cd = cadmium, Hg = mercury, Pb = lead Take exhausted batteries to a local authority approved disposal facility or back to the retailer.
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Declaration of conformity/Manufacturer

Q Declaration

of conformity/ Manufacturer
We, Komperna GmbH, Burgstr. 21, D-44867 Bochum, Germany, hereby declare that this product conforms to the following EU Directives: EC Low-Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC) Electromagnetic Compatibility (2004/108/EC) Product designation: Battery charger T4X SE Tronic Bochum, 30.06.2009
Hans Komperna - Managing Director -
We reserve the right to make technical modifications in the course of product development.

GB/IE/CY 13

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IAN 33211 KompernaSS GmbH Burgstrae 21 D-44867 Bochum

by ORFGEN Marketing

Last Information Update: 06/2009 Ident.-No.: T4X SE062009-6
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