Snap-on Releases Compact Battery Charger

Jan. 20, 2023

Snap-on Inc.'s newest battery charger allows technicians to charge 6, 8 or 12-volt AGM, standard lead acid and LiFeP04 vehicle batteries.

Snap-on Inc.'s newest battery charger allows technicians to charge 6, 8 or 12-volt AGM, standard lead acid and LiFeP04 vehicle batteries.

The Snap-on Bench Top Battery Charger Plus EEBC30A12V is housed in a rugged yet compact design with storage for the power cord and charging cables. Bristles secure the clamps in place. The charger can be moved easily and features a retractable hook to hang underhood.

A charger has a large LCD color display to show the user prompts, but it also provides battery status and diagnostic information in up to six languages.

"Performing a multi-stage charge cycle, the unit offers a charge rate of 2, 15 or 30 A (2 or 10 A for LiFeP04) and a stable power mode that maintains vehicle battery voltage during repairs and offsets battery drawdown while the engine is off," the company says.

The unit comes with 82-inch, long reach, copper-aluminum blend 8-guage multi-temperature flex cables with 300 A steel clamps, plus an AC power cord. Both pieces are replaceable, if needed. (EEBC30A12V-CABCLP and EEBC30A12V-CORD).

Sponsored Recommendations

Garage Tip: The Value of System Solutions

Learn why inspecting related parts when repairing your vehicle can save you time and money. Avoid future failures and ensure satisfaction! Click to watch now.

Access the Best Learning Resource for Professional Mechanics

Get hands-on tips, updated repair instructions, mounting videos, failure diagnosis, and best practices for professional mechanics. Click to access essential technical info to ...

From the Basics to Innovations - Transmission Technical Training Videos

Explore Schaeffler's portfolio of transmission technical trainings for the LuK brand. Tailored for all skill levels, our modules cover basics to innovations. Click to learn more...

Clutch Release Problems - Diagnosis & Failure Analysis

Explore common clutch release problems and their causes, from hydraulic issues to mechanical faults. Understand diagnostics and solutions for optimal clutch performance.

Voice Your Opinion!

To join the conversation, and become an exclusive member of Vehicle Service Pros, create an account today!