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Battery Charger Models:
SE-82-6 & SE-and 2 Amp Battery Charger For 6 and 12 Volt Batteries
Save Important Safety Instructions
Read Rules for Safe Operation and Instructions Carefully
Working in vicinity of a lead-acid battery is dangerous. Batteries generate explosive gases during normal battery operation. For this reason, it is of utmost importance that each time before using your charger, you read this manual and follow the instructions exactly.
WARNING: Handling the cord on this product or cords associated with accessories sold with this product, will expose you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.
GENERAL BATTERY SAFETY
1. Before you use your battery charger, be sure to read all instructions and cautions printed on: Battery Charger Battery Vehicle or unit using battery 2. Use battery charger on LEAD ACID type rechargeable batteries only, such as used in autos, trucks, tractors, airplanes, vans, RV's trolling motors, etc. Charger is not intended to supply power to low-voltage electrical system other than in an automotive application. WARNING: Do not use battery charger for charging dry-cell batteries that are commonly used with home appliances. These batteries may burst and cause injury to persons and damage to property. Use only attachments recommended or sold by manufacturer. Use of non-recommended attachments may result in fire, electric shock, or injury. When disconnecting the battery charger, pull by the plug not by the cord. Pulling on the cord may cause damage to cord or plug. Locate battery power cord so it cannot be stepped on, tripped over, or subjected to damage or stress. Do not operate charger with damaged cord or plug. Have cord replaced immediately. Do not operate charger if it has received a sharp blow, been dropped, or otherwise damaged in any way. Take it to a qualified professional for inspection and repair. Do not disassemble charger. Take it to a qualified professional when service or repair is required. Incorrect reassembly may result in electric shock or fire. To reduce risk of electric shock, unplug charger from outlet before attempting any maintenance or cleaning. 10. Do not use an extension cord unless absolutely necessary. Use of an improper extension cord could result in fire or electric shock. If an extension cord must be used, make sure that: Pins on plug of extension cord are the same number, size, and shape as those of plug on charger. Extension cord is properly wired and in good electrical condition. Wire size is large enough for AC ampere rating of charger, as specified below: _____________________________________________ Length of cord (feet): AWG size of cord: _____________________________________________ 11. Always charge battery in a well ventilated area. NEVER operate in a closed-in or restricted area without adequate ventilation. WARNING: Risk of explosive gas. 12. Locate charger as far away from battery as DC charger cables permit. 13. Do not expose charger to rain or snow. 14. NEVER charge a frozen battery. If battery fluid (electrolyte) is frozen, bring into a warm area to thaw before charging. 15. NEVER allow battery acid to drip on charger when reading specific gravity or filling battery. 16. NEVER set a battery on top of charger. 17. NEVER place charger directly above battery being charged. Gases from battery will corrode and damage charger. 18. NEVER touch the battery clips together when the charger is energized. 19. NEVER crank engine with charger attached to battery.
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SCHUMACHER ELECTRIC CORPORATION
801 BUSINESS CENTER DRIVE MOUNT PROSPECT, ILLINOIS 60056-2179 Send Warranty Product Repairs to: 1025 E. Thompson, Hoopeston, IL 60942-0280 Call Customer Service if you have questions: 1-800-621-5485 00-00-000531/0103
PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS AND SAFETY
1. 2. WARNING: Wear complete eye protection and clothing protection, when working with lead-acid batteries. Make sure someone is within range of your voice or close enough to come to your aid when you work with or near a lead-acid battery. Have plenty of fresh water and soap nearby for use if battery acid contacts skin, clothing, or eyes. If battery acid contacts skin or clothing, wash immediately with soap and water. Avoid touching your eyes while working with a battery. Acid particles (corrosion) may get into your eyes! If acid enters your eye, immediately flood eye with running cold water for at least 10 minutes. Get medical attention immediately. Remove all personal metal items such as rings, bracelets, necklaces, and watches when working with a lead-acid battery. A lead-acid battery can produce a short-circuit current high enough to weld a ring (or the like) to metal, causing a severe burn. Take care not to drop a metal tool or other metal onto the battery. Metal may cause sparking or short circuit the battery or another electrical devise. Sparking may cause an explosion. Always operate battery charger in an open well ventilated area. NEVER smoke or allow a spark or flame in the vicinity of the battery or engine. Batteries generate explosive gases!
GROUND AND AC POWER CORD CONNECTIONS
Charger should be grounded to reduce risk of electric shock. Charger is equipped with an electric cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances. This battery charger is designed for use on a nominal 120volt circuit and has a grounded plug that looks like the plug illustrated FIGURE 1 (A). This plug should be used in a grounded outlet. The plug pins must fit the receptacle (outlet). ADAPTER: A temporary adaptor, as shown in FIGURE 1 (B) and (C), may be used to connect the charger plug to a two-pole receptacle (outlet) as shown FIGURE 1 (B). FIGURE 1 GROUNDING METHODS NOTE: The temporary adapter should be used only until a properly grounded outlet can be installed by a qualified electrician. DANGER: NEVER alter the AC cord or plug provided. If it will not fit outlet, have proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. Improper connection can result in a risk of an electric shock. DANGER: Before using an adaptor as illustrated, be certain that center screw of outlet plate is grounded. The green-colored rigid ear or lug extending from adaptor must be connected to a properly grounded outlet. Make certain it is grounded. If necessary, replace original outlet cover plate screw with a longer screw that will secure adapter ear or lug to outlet cover plate and make ground connection to grounded outlet.
PREPARING TO CHARGE
1. 2. 3. Make sure you have either a 12 volt or a 6 volt lead-acid battery and select battery charger switch accordingly. Clean battery terminals. Take care to keep corrosion from coming in contact with your eyes. If required, add distilled water in each cell until battery acid reaches levels specified by battery manufacturer. This helps purge excessive gas from cells. Do not overfill. For a battery without cell caps, carefully follow manufacturer's recharging instructions. Study all battery manufacturer's specific precautions, such as removing or not removing cell caps while charging, and recommended rates of charge. Be sure area around battery is well ventilated while battery is being charged. Gas can be forcefully blown away by using a piece of cardboard or other non-metallic material as a fan. If necessary to remove battery from vehicle to charge, always remove grounded terminal from battery first. Make sure all accessories in the vehicle are off, so as not to cause an arc. 7. A marine (boat) battery must be removed and charged on shore. To charge it on board requires equipment specially designed for marine use. Select the proper charge rate and voltage setting. See Figure 2 BATTERY CHARGER SELECTION GUIDE.
Charge Charge Time: Rate Hours 2 AMP 12 VOLT ONLY 6 AMP 6 OR 12 VOLT 3-8
Recommended Uses MOTORCYCLES, SNOWMOBILES, LAWNMOWERS, OR MAINTAIN CHARGE IN AUTO, TRUCK, RV'S TROLLING MOTORS, RECREATIONAL VEHICLES AUTOMOBILES, TRUCKS, VANS
FIGURE 2 BATTERY CHARGER SELECTION GUIDE
BATTERY CHARGER CONTROLS
The SE-82-6 and SE-3002 battery charger has a selector switch and an ammeter for reading AMP's. FIGURE 3 shows the charger controls.
6/2 AMP DUAL RATE BATTERY CHARGER
INPUT: 120V AC 60HZ 1.3 AMP OUTPUT: 6/2 AMP AT 12V DC, 6 AMP AT 6V DC
6 and 12 Volt Batteries
6 VOLT 6 AMP
12 VOLT 2 AMP
12 VOLT 6 AMP
READ INSTRUCTION MANUAL AND WARNING ON BACK
NOTE: Model SE-3002 meter is similar but, presented in a horizontal format.
CHARGE RATE AND VOLTAGE SWITCH SETTINGS For 12 volt batteries either 2 or 6 amp charge rate may be selected. For 6 volt batteries, only the 6 amp rate is available. You may use either the 2 or 6 amp charge rate on large batteries. For batteries rated 28 ampere hours and less, use the 2 amp charge rate. The smaller the battery the greater the risk of harming it by using the 6 amp charge rate. NOTE: It is important to determine the battery type before charging. (See BATTERY TYPES) WARNING: This charger will continue to charge even after the battery is charged. WARNING: Overcharging will damage the battery. This is a manual (non-automatic) battery charger. A Manual charger will continue to charge and will not shut off. You must keep a visual check on the ammeter to determine when the battery is charged. AMMETER (See FIGURE 4 & 5) The ammeter gives a reading of the AMP draw by the battery from the charger. When a fully discharged battery is connected to the charger, the ammeter will read the maximum output rating of the charger, either 2 AMPS or 6 AMPS, depending on the AMP selection. The charge current will gradually taper down as the battery approaches full charge. As the charge current tapers down, the ammeter needle will also move down.
PERCENT OF CHARGE The percent of charge scale in intended as a visual aid to help simplify reading the state of charge. It is scaled for use with the 6 amp charge rate only. For the 2 amp charge rate use the red triangle. The percent of charge is based on current drawn by the battery. For this reason accuracy will vary with the size and battery type. Typically a 28 ampere hour gel cell battery will draw less current at end of charge then a 140 ampere hour wet cell battery. This means that the indication for a fully charged large battery may be slightly less than 100%. For the 2 amp charge rate a red triangle has been provided within the green area of the meter scale, it's accuracy has been calibrated for use with small batteries. As a battery takes on a charge, it draws less current from the charger, correspondingly less of the red area will fall under the meter needle.
2 AMP SETTING: When fully charged on the 2 AMP setting needle will indicate 1 amp or less, as shown in FIGURE 4. 6 AMP SETTING: When fully charged on the 6 AMP setting, needle will indicate between 2 and 3 amps, as shown in FIGURE 5.
FIGURE 4 FULLY CHARGED NOTE: Model SE-3002 meter is similar but, presented in a horizontal format.
FIGURE 5 FULLY CHARGED
This battery charger is equipped with a self-resetting circuit breaker. This device protects the charger from temporary overloads. In the event of an overload, the circuit breaker will trip open and after a short cooling off period will reset automatically. This process is known as cycling and can be recognized by an audible clicking sound. NOTE: Clicking sound is normal. Wait until charger automatically resets itself. CAUTION: Persistent clicking (more than 30 minutes) may indicate reverse connection or shorted battery cells. (See TROUBLESHOOTING)
Three basic types of lead-acid batteries can be given a charge with this charger: (1) Conventional and Low Maintenance, (2) Maintenance Free, (3) Deep Cycle.
Conventional and Low Maintenance Batteries. These are the antimony/lead batteries. Conventional/Low Maintenance batteries require periodic addition of water to the acid solution (electrolyte). Additional water may be added by removing the filler caps located on the top of the battery. IMPORTANT: When antimony is known to be one of the materials used in the battery's construction, that battery is a Low Maintenance/Conventional type. CAUTION: Some Low Maintenance batteries have a relatively smooth top without any apparent battery filler caps. If, however, the battery manufacturer/distributor recommends periodic checking of electrolyte level and provides access to the battery for water additions, the battery is probably a Low Maintenance/ Conventional type. Maintenance Free Batteries. These are calcium/lead batteries and normally do not require water additions. Therefore, filler caps have been removed from the battery surface. These batteries will have a smooth or sealed appearance. Deep Cycle Batteries. These heavy duty batteries are used in boats, construction equipment, sump pumps, etc. They are normally marked DEEP CYCLE on the outside of the case.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS: CHARGING BATTERY IN VEHICLE
When charging battery in the vehicle, take care to determine the battery type and which post is grounded. To reduce risk of a spark near battery, follow these steps when battery is installed in vehicle. WARNING: A spark near battery may cause battery explosion. 1. 2. 3. Position AC power cord and DC charging cords to reduce risk of damage by hood, door, or moving engine parts. Stay clear of fan blades, belts, pulleys, and other parts that can cause injury. Check polarity of battery posts. Battery case will be marked by each post: POSITIVE (POS, P, +) and NEGATIVE (NEG, N, -). NOTE: The positive battery post usually has a larger diameter than the negative post. Determine which post of battery is ground (connected) to chassis. NOTE: The negative post is normally grounded.
NEGATIVE GROUNDED POST 5A. For negative-grounded vehicle, connect POSITIVE (RED) clip from battery charger to POSITIVE (POS, P, +) ungrounded post of battery. Connect NEGATIVE (BLACK) clip to vehicle chassis or engine block away from battery. Connect to a heavy gauge unpainted metal part of the frame or engine block. WARNING: Do not connect clip to carburetor, fuel lines, or sheetmetal body parts. NOTE: Attach clips to battery post and twist or rock back an forth several times to make a good connection. This tends to keep clips from slipping off terminals and helps to reduce risk of sparking. FIGURE 6 shows connections for a negative-grounded battery. POSITIVE GROUNDED POST 5B. For positive-grounded vehicle, connect NEGATIVE (BLACK) clip from battery charger to NEGATIVE (NEG, N, -) ungrounded post of battery. Connect POSITIVE (RED) clip to vehicle chassis or engine block away from battery. Connect to a heavy gauge unpainted metal part of the frame or engine block. WARNING: Do not connect clip to carburetor, fuel lines, or sheetmetal body parts. NOTE: Attach clips to battery post and twist or rock back and forth several times to make a good connection. This tends to keep clips from slipping off terminals and helps to reduce risk of sparking. 6. Select amperage: Ref. See Controls Section 7. Plug charger AC cord into a grounded 120 volt outlet. 8. WARNING: Be sure area around battery is well ventilated while battery is being charged. Gas can be forcefully blown
FIGURE 6 CONNECTION TO NEGATIVE GROUNDED BATTERY away by using a piece of cardboard or other non-metallic material as a fan. Continue charging battery until charger's ammeter needle shows half the rate of charge. (See FIGURE 4 or 5) When battery is fully charged, unplug charger from AC power source. Remove charger clips form (1) chassis and (2) battery post, in that order. Clean and store battery charger.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS: CHARGING BATTERY OUT OF VEHICLE
When charging battery out of vehicle, take care to determine the battery type. To reduce risk of a spark near battery, follow these steps when battery is outside vehicle. WARNING: A spark near the battery may cause battery explosion. WARNING: When removing battery from vehicle or boat, disconnect grounded pole first. When disconnecting, make sure all accessories are off, so as not to cause an arc. (NOTE: A marine (boat) battery must be removed and charged on shore. (To charge on board requires special equipment designed for marine use.) WARNING: When reinstalling battery, attach the ground post first. 1. Check polarity of battery posts. Battery case will be marked by each post: POSITIVE (POS, P, +) and NEGATIVE (NEG, N, -). NOTE: The positive battery post usually has a larger diameter than the negative post. Attach a 24-inch long (or longer) 6-gauge (AWG) insulated battery cable to NEGATIVE (NEG, N, -) battery post. The 24-inch cable is necessary to avoid the possibility of a spark over the top of the battery. 6-gauge is recommended because it is readily available at your auto parts store. Connect POSITIVE (RED) charger clip to POSITIVE (POS, P, +) post battery. Rock clip back and forth to make good connection. Position yourself and free end of 24 inch cable as far away from battery as possible. Then connect NEGATIVE (BLACK) charger clip to free end of cable. WARNING: Do not face battery when making final connection. Rock clip back and forth to make a good connection. FIGURE 7 shows the connection. Select amperage: Ref: See Controls Section Plug charger AC cord into a 120 volt grounded outlet. WARNING: Be sure area around battery is well ventilated while battery is being charged. Gas can be forcefully blown away by using a piece of cardboard or other non-metallic material as a fan.
BATTERY CHARGER BATTERY
24", 6 GAUGE CABLE POWER CORD
TO GROUNDED POWER OUTLET
FIGURE 7 CONNECT NEGATIVE BATTERY CLIP TO 24 INCH CABLE END 8. Continue charging battery until charger's ammeter needle shows half the rate of charge. (See FIGURE 4 or 5) 9. When battery is fully charged, unplug charger from AC power source. 10. When battery is fully charged and charger is unplugged, (1) remove clip from end of Negative end of cable, and (2) remove clip from Positive battery post, in that order. 11. Clean and store battery charger.
Very little maintenance is required for the battery charger. Follow common sense in wiping the charger clean and store in a clean, dry area. 1. 2. After use, wipe all battery corrosion and other dirt or oil from clip, cord, and the charger case. Use a dry cloth. Coil charger cords to prevent damage.
Have any cracked or frayed cords replaced by a qualified professional. Store battery charger in a clean, dry area.
If a problem does occur, check the following:
No meter reading.
Charger is not plugged in Connections are reversed
Plug in With charger unplugged, reverse clips and reconnect (rock back and forth to bite in) Clean clips and battery poles and reconnect (roll back and forth to bite in) Plug in a lamp or other appliance to check for voltage Have battery checked.
Poor electrical connection
AC outlet is dead
Battery is defective (will not accept charge) Charger will not taper down. Battery has problem and will not take full charge. Battery is defective (will not take a charge). Battery is partially charged. Battery is defective (battery plates are crusted) and will not accept a full charge. AC power supply is low. Ammeter needle moves to extreme right, remains a short time, then returns to zero, accompanied by a clicking sound. Severely discharged battery (but otherwise good battery)
Have battery checked.
High meter reading
Charging current is less than full output rating of charger.
Continue charging. Have checked and replace battery.
Plug charger into another grounded AC outlet. Allow charging to continue until battery has recovered sufficiently to take a charge (Circuit breaker will continue to cycle and needle will swing side to side until battery has recovered). Have battery checked. Wait until charger automatically resets itself
Battery is defective (will not accept charge) Charger is cycling after circuit breaking overload.
SCHUMACHER ELECTRIC CORPORATION, 801 BUSINESS CENTER DRIVE, MT. PROSPECT, ILLINOIS 60056-2179 MAKES THIS LIMITED WARRANTY TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER AT RETAIL OF THIS PRODUCT. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS NOT TRANSFERABLE. Schumacher Electric Corporation warrants this battery charger for two years from date of purchase at retail against defective material or workmanship. If such should occur, the unit will be repaired or replaced at the option of the manufacturer. It is the obligation of the purchaser to forward the unit together with proof of purchase, transportation and/or mailing charges prepaid to the manufacturer or its authorized representative. This limited warranty is void if the product is misused, subjected to careless handling, or repaired by anyone other than the manufacturer or its authorized representative. The manufacturer makes no warranty other than this limited warranty and expressly excludes any implied warranty including any warranty for consequential damages.
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