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Intended use
Your Black & Decker battery charger is designed to charge
lead-acid batteries. This product is intended for household,
consumer use only.
Safety instructions
Warning! When using mains-powered appliances, basic
safety precautions, including the following, should always be
followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, personal injury
and material damage.
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Read all of this manual carefully before using the
appliance.
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The intended use is described in this manual. The use of
any accessory or attachment or the performance of any
operation with this appliance other than those
recommended in this instruction manual may present a risk
of personal injury.
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Retain this manual for future reference.
Using your appliance
Always take care when using the appliance.
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This appliance is not intended for use by young or infirm
persons without supervision.
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The appliance is not to be used as a toy.
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Use in a dry location only. Do not allow the appliance to
become wet.
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Do not immerse the appliance in water.
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Do not open body casing. There are no user-serviceable
parts inside.
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Do not operate the appliance in explosive atmospheres,
such as in the presence of flammable liquids, gases or dust.
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To reduce the risk of damage to plugs and cords never pull
the cable to remove the plug from a socket outlet.
After use
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When not in use, the appliance should be stored in a dry,
well ventilated place out of the reach of children.
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Children should not have access to stored appliances.
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When the appliance is stored or transported in a vehicle it
should be placed in the boot or restrained to prevent
movement following sudden changes in speed or direction.
Inspection and repairs
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Before use, check the appliance for damaged or defective
parts. Check for breakage of parts, damage to switches and
any other conditions that may affect its operation.
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Do not use the appliance if any part is damaged or
defective.
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Have any damaged or defective parts repaired or replaced
by an authorised repair agent.
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Never attempt to remove or replace any parts other than
those specified in this manual.
Power cord safety
Warning! Never alter the ac power cord or plug. If it will not fit,
have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. Improper
connection may result in an electric shock.
Specific safety instructions for battery chargers
This product must be earthed. Always check that
the power supply corresponds to the voltage on
the rating plate.
Power plugs must match the outlet. Never modify the plug in
any way. Do not use any adapter plugs with earthed (Class 1)
appliances. Unmodified plugs and matching outlets will
reduce the risk of electric shock.
Extension cables & class 1 product
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A 3 core cable must be used because your tool is earthed
and of class 1 construction.
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Up to 30m (100 ft) can be used without loss of power.
Read these instructions before use:
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If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer or an authorised Black & Decker Service
Centre in order to avoid a hazard.
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Never attempt to charge non-rechargeable batteries.
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Have defective cords replaced immediately.
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Do not expose the battery charger to water.
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Do not open the battery charger.
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Do not probe the battery charger.
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Never allow the red and black battery clamps (5) to touch
each other or another common metal conductor. This could
cause damage to the appliance and/or create a spark/
explosion hazard.
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Always attach the battery clamps (5) to the clamp holders
(4) when not in use.
Batteries
Warning! Never attempt to charge a frozen battery.
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Under extreme conditions, battery leakage may occur.
When you notice liquid on the batteries, carefully wipe the
liquid off using a cloth. Avoid skin contact.
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In case of skin or eye contact, follow the instructions below.
Warning! Battery fluid is a diluted sulphuric acid and may
cause personal injury or damage to property. In case of skin
contact, immediately rinse with water. If redness, pain or
irritation occurs seek medical attention. In case of eye contact,
rinse immediately with clean water and seek immediate
medical attention.
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When disposing of batteries, follow the instructions given
in the section "Protecting the environment".
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Add distilled water in each cell until the battery acid
reaches the level specified by the battery manufacturer.
This helps to purge excess gas from the cells. Do not
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overfill. For a battery without cell caps (maintenance free),
carefully follow the manufacturer's charging instructions.
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Study all the battery manufacturer's specific precautions,
such as removing or not removing cell caps while charging,
and the recommended charging rates.
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Make sure that the initial charging rate does not exceed the
battery manufacturer's requirement.
Warning! Risk of explosive gas mixtures. Working in the
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 battery charger, you read this manual and follow the
instructions exactly.
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Use of an attachment not recommended or sold by Black &
Decker may result in a risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to
persons.
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An extension cord should not be used unless absolutely
necessary. Use of an improper extension cord could result
in a risk of fire and electric shock, and will void the
warranty.
Personal safety
Wear complete eye protection and suitable clothing to give
protection from contact with battery fluid.
Avoid touching the eyes while working with a battery. Acid,
acid particles or corrosion may get into the eyes.
Remove 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 cause a severe burn.
Be extra cautious to reduce the risk of dropping a metal
object onto the battery. This might cause sparks or shortcircuit the battery or other electrical part, which can cause
an explosion.
Preparation before charging
The appliance must only be connected to a 12 V lead-acid
battery. Before charging, confirm that the voltage of the
battery is 12 V by referring to the label on the battery or from
the information available relating to its application e.g. car
user manual.
Do not use the appliance 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.
Warning! Explosive gas may be vented from lead acid batteries
when charging. Make sure that the area is well ventilated and
remove any sources of ignition when conducting charging
procedures.
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Position the battery charger as far away from the battery as
the leads will allow. The battery charger contains switches
that may create a spark.
Do not place the battery charger above or stand the battery
charger on top of the battery.
Explosive gases may collect near the ground. Locate the
battery charger as high as possible above ground level.
Do not use power tools in the charging area.
Do not smoke or have naked flames in the charging area.
Follow the instructions for connecting and disconnecting
the battery charger leads or battery terminals.
A marine (boat) battery must be removed and charged on
shore. To charge it on board requires equipment specially
designed for marine use. This appliance is NOT designed for
such use.
Vehicles may have electrical and electronic systems (e.g.
engine management systems, mobile phones) that may be
damaged if subjected to high starting voltages and voltage
peaks. Before connecting the appliance to the vehicle, read
the vehicle's owner's manual to confirm that external
charging is allowed.
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Follow these instructions and those published by the
battery manufacturer and vehicle manufacturer.
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Only connect and disconnect the dc output clamps after
removing the supply cord from the electric outlet. Never
allow clamps to touch each other.
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Check the polarity of the vehicle battery terminals before
connecting the appliance. Always disconnect the negative
(black) cable first: followed by the positive (red) cable.
When charging a battery installed in the circuit follow the
manufacturer’s instructions for accessing the battery and the
following:
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Do not charge the battery while the engine is operating.
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Be aware that engine components e.g. the coolant fan may
start automatically. Keep hands and body away from
engine components and position the battery charger and
cables to prevent contact.
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Make sure that the battery charger and the cables are
located to prevent damage from closure of doors and
engine compartment covers.
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Make sure that the connections can be made without
touching the metal body or components adjacent to the
battery.
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When using this appliance in proximity to the vehicle's
battery and engine, stand the appliance on a flat, stable
surface and be sure to keep all clamps, cords, clothing and
body parts away from moving parts of the vehicle.
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If it is necessary to remove the battery from the vehicle to
charge or to clean the terminals, make sure that all
accessories in the vehicle are switched off, so as not to
cause a spark.
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To reduce the risk of electric shock, disconnect the
appliance from any power source before attempting
maintenance or cleaning. Turning off controls without
disconnecting the appliance will not reduce this risk.
Connecting the battery charger
When all the preparations for charging and personal safety
have been completed, proceed as follows:
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For most automotive and similar applications the battery
charger may be connected to the battery while it is
connected to the dc circuit. If this is acceptable follow the
instructions given in "Charging a battery installed in the
circuit".
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If the battery must be disconnected from the circuit before
charging, follow the instructions given in "Charging a
battery disconnected from the circuit".
Warning! A marine (boat) battery must be removed and
charged on shore. To charge it on-board requires equipment
specially designed for marine use.
Charging a battery installed in the circuit.
Incorrect connection, battery short circuit, location of battery
and location of the battery charger may create a hazard.
Make sure that adequate preparation has been made before
proceeding.
Warning! If the battery posts cannot be accessed or the battery
clamps (5) will contact the bodywork or components adjacent to
the battery, the battery must be removed before charging.
Follow the manufacturer's instructions to remove the battery.
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Check the polarity of the battery posts. A positive (POS, P,
+) battery post usually has a larger diameter than the
negative (NEG, N, -) battery post.
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Follow the manufacturers' instructions to remove any
insulating covers from the battery posts.
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Connect the positive (red) clamp from the battery charger to
the positive (POS, P, +) post of the battery.
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Connect the negative (black) clamp from the battery
charger to the negative (NEG, N, -) post of the battery.
When disconnecting the battery charger from the battery,
always:
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Switch off and unplug the battery charger.
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Remove the negative clamp first.
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Remove the positive clamp last.
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Refit any insulating covers to the battery posts.
Charging a battery disconnected from the circuit.
Warning! Incorrect connection, battery short circuit, location of
battery and location of the battery charger may create a hazard.
Make sure that adequate preparation has been made before
proceeding.
If the battery is not already removed from the circuit, follow
the manufacturers' instructions to remove the battery before
charging.
Check the polarity of the battery posts. A positive (POS,P, +)
battery post usually has a larger diameter than the negative
(NEG, N, -) battery post.
Connect the positive (red) clamp from the battery charger to
the positive (POS, P, +) post of the battery.
Connect the negative (black) clamp from the battery charger
to the negative (NEG, N, -) post of the battery.
When disconnecting the battery charger from the battery,
always:
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Switch off and unplug the battery charger.
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Remove the negative clamp first.
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Remove the positive clamp last.
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Refit any insulating covers to the battery posts.
Features
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Digital display
Carry handle
Control panel
Clamp holders
Battery clamps
Use
Overview of the battery charger (fig. C)
The Black & Decker battery charger has a high-charge rate of
up to 30 A, and a low-charge rate of 2 A, The battery charger
also has 80 A of power available for engine starting. It is
designed for charging 12 V lead-acid batteries only, i.e.
conventional automotive, maintenance-free, marine deep
cycle and gel batteries as used in cars, trucks, farm
equipment, boats, lawn mowers/garden tractors,
motorcycles and various other applications.
The battery charger features 3-stage high-efficiency
charging technology using built-in microprocessor control
which ensures fast, safe and complete charging of
serviceable batteries.
Stage 1 - rapid start charge (fig. C)
Stage 1 is a rapid start charge at 30 A to deliver maximum
charging amperage to "wake up" any serviceable 12 V
battery and allows for quick engine starting. When the
battery reaches a maximum safe predetermined voltage, the
battery charger will beep and begin stage 2 of the charging
process.
Stage 2 - absorption charge (fig. C)
Stage 2 is an absorption charge which maintains the
maximum possible charge at a constant, safe,
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Equalize pushbutton (9). This is a recessed
pushbutton used to start the equalize process.
predetermined voltage. During this phase, the charging
voltage remains constant, while the charging current is
reduced to allow for the maximum proper internal chemical
energy transfer.
At the end of stage 2, the battery charger will beep and
automatically begin stage 3 of the charging process.
Stage 3 - top-off charge (fig. C)
Stage 3 is a top-off charge. The voltage is automatically
regulated and is reduced to a predetermined level while the
current is adjusted for a safe, effective battery charge. At the
conclusion of stage 3, the appliance will beep, signalling the
completion of the charging cycle.
Controls and Indicators
Function pushbuttons (fig. A)
The function pushbuttons, from left to right, are:
Battery type pushbutton (16) (Step 1). This
pushbutton allows the user to select wet or
maintenance-free type of battery for efficient
and safe charge. Most automotive batteries are
wet batteries. Refer to the battery
manufacturer's specifications for the battery
type.
2/10/30A pushbutton (15) (charge rate
selector step 2). This pushbutton allows the
user to select the charge rate based on battery
size. This selection and the actual battery charge
rate are monitored by the microprocessor and
displayed on the digital display (1). The battery
charger will stop charging if the rate is too fast or
too slow for the battery size or condition.
80A
80 A pushbutton (12) (engine start). This
pushbutton places the battery charger in an
engine start sequence. This pushbutton will not
be activated unless the battery charger is in the
30 A charge mode. Set the 2/10/30A pushbutton
(15) to 30 A first to activate this pushbutton.
Alternator check pushbutton (13). This
pushbutton enables a five-second check that
measures the battery voltage. This check is
repeated at various electrical load levels and the
tests allow the user to determine if the alternator
can keep up with the loads. It can indicate
whether an alternator service may be required.
Battery voltage pushbutton (14). This
pushbutton enables a check to measure the
battery voltage.
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Control panel LEDs (fig. A)
WET LED (10) - lights when the battery type
selector is on wet battery type
WET
GEL/AGM
Maintenance free LED (11) - lights when the
battery type selector is on maintenance free
battery type.
Float charge LED (6) - lights when the
automatic charge monitoring is active. This
feature allows a battery to maintain its charge
over long periods of non-use. If there is any loss
of power to the battery charger, the battery
charger will automatically return to the default
settings once power is restored. Battery selector
type would be maintenance free.
Battery voltage LED (7) - lights when the
battery voltage is displayed on the digital display
(1).
Alternator good LED (8) - lights when load or
no load checks show that the alternator is
keeping up with the electrical load.
Charge rate selection (fig. A)
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After the battery clamps (5) are correctly connected, plug in
the battery charger to a 230 Vac outlet. The battery charger
will show a circulating pattern on the digital display (1), to
indicate that power has been applied. Select the proper
charge current rate based on battery size.
Charging the battery (fig. A)
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Press the battery type pushbutton (16) until the required
battery type LED lights (10) or (11).
Note: The default selection is the maintenance free type
battery (11).
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Press the 2/10/30A pushbutton (15) to begin charging at
the 2 A rate; the appliance sounds a beep and displays the
charging current. The battery charger starts charging at the
2 A rate automatically if the 2/10/30A pushbutton (15) is
not pressed within 3 minutes after applying ac power.
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If the digital display (1) on the battery charger varies
between F03 and the Amp rate, the battery is sulphated
and the battery charger is trying to give it some charge. If
after approximately 3 hours the digital display (1) just
shows F03, then the battery will not charge.
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The battery charger occasionally sounds a beep and
displays 0.0 during self-test or charging stage changes.
This is normal.
Pressing the 2/10/30A pushbutton (15) again advances the
charging rate to 10 A, and pressing the pushbutton once
more advances the charging rate to 30 A. (Pressing the
pushbutton again will turn OFF the battery charger output
and the digital display (1) will show 000).
Note: This selection and the actual battery charge rate are
monitored by the microprocessor, and the appliance will stop
charging if the selected rate is too fast or too slow for battery
size or condition.
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As the battery nears full charge capacity, the appliance's
output will automatically drop to a lower charge rate.
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Pressing the 2/10/30A (15) button repeatedly advances to
stand-by mode; the appliance sounds a beep, displays 000
and stops charging.
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The battery charger displays the charge current.
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To view the battery voltage, press the battery voltage
pushbutton (14). The charger will sound a beep and display
the battery voltage. Press the battery voltage pushbutton
(14) again to return to displaying the charge current.
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The digital display (1) shows FUL when the battery is fully
charged.
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Disconnect the ac power cord first, then the negative
clamp, and finally the positive clamp.
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Automatic float charging (fig. A)
The automatic float charge feature is ideal for maintaining a
battery. It automatically tops off the battery as required to
keep the battery fully charged all the time.
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Keep the ac power and battery connected when the battery
has been fully charged.
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The charger monitors the battery and tops it off as needed.
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The float charge LED (6) lights and the digital display (1)
shows the charge current when topping off the battery and
returns to FUL when completed.
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To view the battery voltage, press the battery voltage
pushbutton (14).
Warning! If the battery size is not known, charge at the 2 A
rate. DO NOT overcharge batteries.
Equalizing (fig. A)
Equalizing is the process by which the fluid in each of a
battery's cells is equalized.
is used, the more undercharged it becomes; thus the more
frequently the battery should be equalized.
Do not use this mode on sealed or valve regulated batteries.
This mode is only meant for wet (unsealed/vented) batteries.
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Make sure that there are no flammable sources near the
recharging site.
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Wear safety glasses, gloves and protective clothing.
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Remove the battery from the vehicle. Make sure that the
battery has good ventilation. The process causes the
release of hydrogen and oxygen. An accumulation of these
gases presents a real danger of explosion.
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Open the battery cap, if removable.
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Fill the battery with distilled water according to the
manufacturer's instructions. Since batteries may rapidly
bubble while being charged, remember to refill (only with
distilled water) after the equalization process is complete
and the voltage is back to normal.
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Follow the steps in the "Charging the battery" section.
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Push the battery type pushbutton (16) until WET is
displayed (this mode will only work if a WET battery is
selected).
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Choose the correct charge rate and start charging. You can
check the battery voltage by pushing the battery voltage
pushbutton (14). This will trigger the battery voltage
LED (7).
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Push the equalize pushbutton (9) at any time and the
battery will automatically begin to equalize in 4 A limited
current.
Note: To push the recessed pushbutton you will need a
small pin or a ballpoint pen.
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Check the temperature every hour by touching the battery.
If the battery is hot to the touch, stop the charging and
allow the battery to cool.
The voltage rises to between 15.3 V to 16.2 V (2.55 to 2.7 V
per cell) depending on the ambient temperature, it will
automatically adjust.
The WET LED (10) flashes while the battery charger is in
equalize mode.
The digital display(1) will show FUL when the equalization
process is complete.
Engine start (fig. A)
This process occurs after charging is complete.
Warning! Never try to equalize a maintenance free type
battery. The resulting explosion could cause property damage,
serious injury and/or death.
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Remove or disconnect the vehicle's battery when
equalizing.
The digital display (1) will countdown from 999 to 000.
The frequency which the equalization process needs to be
run depends on the use of the battery. The more the battery
When a count of 000 is reached and the digital display (1)
begins to flash, the vehicle is ready to start.
The engine start function can supply 80 A for engine starting.
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Set the 2/10/30A pushbutton (15) to the 30 A mode and
immediately press the 80A pushbutton (12) to activate the
engine start mode.
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Turn over the engine using the manufacturer's guidelines,
typically in 3 to 5 second bursts.
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The high current engine starting function requires a resting/
cooling period between tries. The battery charger will switch
back to regular charge mode after 5 seconds and will not
allow operation in the Engine Start mode for 4 minutes.
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Wait 4 to 5 minutes before a second attempt at starting the
engine, if needed.
During the rest period, the battery is charging at 2 A.
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After the engine starts, follow the steps outlined in “Safety
instructions” at the front of this manual to disconnect the
battery charger.
Alternator check (fig. A)
Warning! Check only 12 Vdc systems.
Part 1 (no load)
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Make sure that there is no load on the alternator by turning
off all the vehicle's accessories.
The battery must be fully charged before testing the
alternator.
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Run the engine long enough to achieve normal idle speed
and verify that there is a no-load voltage.
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Press the alternator check pushbutton (13) to start the
check.
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The alternator good LED (8) will light to indicate that the
alternator is good, or F07 will be displayed on the digital
display (1) to indicate that the alternator is out of typical
voltage range.
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Press the alternator check pushbutton (13) again to stop the
test.
Part 2 (under load)
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Load the alternator by turning on as many accessories as
possible, except for air-conditioning and defrost.
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Press the alternator check pushbutton (13) to start the test.
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The alternator good LED (8) will light to indicate that the
alternator is good, or F07 will be displayed on the digital
display (1) to indicate the alternator is out of typical voltage
range.
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Press the alternator check pushbutton (13) again to stop the
test.
If the first alternator check indicates a good alternator and
the second indicates the alternator is not good, the problem
could be caused by any of the following:
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Loose fan belts.
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An intermittent diode failure.
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Bad connections between the battery and alternator and/or
ground.
Note: The battery voltage pushbutton (14) is disabled in the
alternator check mode.
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Note: F07 may display because a number of extra accessory
loads have been added to the charging system, thereby
increasing current demand from the alternator. Make sure
that the alternator is rated to support the application.
Note: This check may not be accurate for every make,
manufacturer and model of vehicle.
Approximate charging times
The battery charger will automatically adjust the charge rate
as the battery becomes charged and stop charging when the
battery is fully charged. Deep cycle batteries may require
longer charging times.
For estimates of the time it takes to charge a battery, refer
to the following table:
Rate
2A
10A
30A
75%
7 hrs
1.4 hrs
1 hrs
% of charge in the battery
50%
25%
0%
14 hrs
NR*
NR*
2.8 hrs
4.2 hrs
5.5 hrs
1.2 hrs
1.7 hrs
2.2 hrs
*NR = Not recommended at 2 A - use a higher charge rate.
The times shown in the table above are approximate and
refer to a 50 Ah automotive battery.
Example
A 50 Ah, 12 Vdc battery is discharged (50%). To determine
the time it takes to charge at the 10 A rate, see the chart
above under "50%" and "at 10 A rate."
The battery charging times will vary depending on the size,
age and condition of the battery. Smaller batteries should be
charged at a lower rate (2 A) and an extra hour added to the
charge time.
Maintenance
Your Black & Decker tool has been designed to operate over
a long period of time with a minimum of maintenance.
Continuous satisfactory operation depends upon proper tool
care and regular cleaning.
Warning! Before performing any maintenance or cleaning on
the appliance, unplug the appliance.
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From time to time wipe the appliance with a damp cloth. Do
not use any abrasive or solvent-based cleaner. Do not
immerse the appliance in water.
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After each use, clean the battery clamps (5) and be sure to
remove any battery fluid that will cause corrosion of the
battery clamps (5).
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Clean the outside case of the battery charger with a soft
cloth and, if necessary, mild soap solution.
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Do not allow liquid to enter the battery charger. Do not
operate when the battery charger is wet.
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Keep the battery charger cords loosely coiled during
storage to prevent damage to the cords.
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Make sure that there is ample ventilation before resuming
operation.
Troubleshooting
F06 - Reverse polarity
Display indications, common problems and possible
solutions:
F06 is displayed if the connections to the battery's positive
and negative terminals are incorrect.
No Functions
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Make sure that the battery charger is plugged into a live
230 Vac outlet.
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Follow the steps outlined in the "Connecting the battery
charger" at the front of this manual.
Follow the steps outlined in “Safety instructions” at the front
of this manual to disconnect the ac power cord and the
battery clamps (5) and then reconnect to the battery with the
correct polarity.
F01 - Internal shorted cell battery
The alternator output voltage is out of the typical operation
range.
If the battery being charged has an internal shorted cell, F01
will be displayed. We recommend taking your battery to a
certified automotive service centre for evaluation.
F02 - Bad battery connection or battery voltage too low
to accept a charge
When F02 is displayed, the most common cause is a poor
connection to the battery.
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Follow the steps outlined in "Safety instructions" at the
front of this manual to disconnect the ac power cord and
the battery clamps (5), clean the battery terminals and
reconnect the battery charger.
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If the situation persists, we recommend taking your battery
to a certified automotive service centre for evaluation.
F03 - Sulphated or unchargeable battery
F03 is displayed when the battery is highly sulphated and
cannot accept a normal charge current.
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Follow the steps in the Equalizing section to equalize the
battery.
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If the situation persists after equalizing, we recommend
taking your battery to a certified automotive service centre
for evaluation.
F04 - Overtime condition
F04 is displayed when the charging time exceeds 18 hours.
You may be using a charging rate that is too low for the size
of the battery. Select a higher charging rate to charge the
battery.
F05 - Overheated condition
F05 is displayed to indicate that the battery charger is
overheating. The ventilation grill of the battery charger may
be blocked.
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Follow the steps outlined in “Safety instructions” at the
front of this manual to disconnect the ac power cord and
the battery clamps (5), allow the appliance to cool for 30
minutes and reconnect.
F07 - Alternator voltage
Charging a very cold battery
If the battery to be charged is very cold i.e., in temperatures
below freezing (0°C/ 32°F), it cannot accept a high rate of
charge. The initial charge rate will be low. The charge rate
will increase as the battery warms. Never attempt to charge
a frozen battery.
Mains plug replacement (U.K. & Ireland only)
If a new mains plug needs to be fitted:
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Safely dispose of the old plug.
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Connect the brown lead to the live terminal in the new plug.
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Connect the blue lead to the neutral terminal.
Warning! No connection is to be made to the earth terminal.
Follow the fitting instructions supplied with good quality plugs.
Recommended fuse: 5 A.
Protecting the environment
Should you find one day that your appliance needs
replacement, or if it is of no further use to you,
think of the protection of the environment. Black &
Decker repair agents will accept old Black &
Decker tools and ensure that they are disposed of
in an environmentally safe way.
Separate collection of used products and
packaging allows materials to be recycled and
used again. Re-use of recycled materials helps
prevent environmental pollution and reduces the
demand for raw materials.
Local regulations may provide for separate collection of
electrical products from the household, at municipal waste
sites or by the retailer when you purchase a new product.
Black & Decker provides a facility for the collection and
recycling of Black & Decker products once they have reached
the end of their working life. To take advantage of this
service please return your product to any authorised repair
agent who will collect them on our behalf.
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You can check the location of your nearest authorised repair
agent by contacting your local Black & Decker office at the
address indicated in this manual. Alternatively, a list of
authorised Black & Decker repair agents and full details of
our after-sales service and contacts are available on the
Internet at: www.2helpU.com.
Lead acid batteries can be recharged many times.
At the end of their useful life, discard batteries
with due care for our environment:
Do not dispose of the battery in fire, as this may result in an
explosion.
Lead acid (Pb) batteries are recyclable. They must not be
disposed of with household waste. The battery must be
removed and disposed of in accordance with local
regulations.
Do not short-circuit the battery terminals.
Be aware that the battery is heavy.
If possible, operate the appliance to run the battery down
completely.
X
X
X
X
X
Place the battery in a suitable packaging to ensure that the
terminals cannot be short-circuited.
Take the battery to your service agent or a local recycling
station. Collected batteries will be recycled or disposed of
properly.
Technical data
Input voltage
Rated input
Output voltage
Output current
Weight
Vac
W
Vdc
A
kg
BDV1085
230
550
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EC declaration of conformity
BDV1085
Black & Decker declares that these products conform to:
Standards & Legislation.
EN60335-2-29, EN55014-1, EN55014-2, EN61000-3-2,
EN61000-3-3
Kevin Hewitt
Director of Consumer Engineering
Spennymoor, County Durham
DL16 6JG,
United Kingdom
30-11-2006
Guarantee
Black & Decker is confident of the quality of its products and
offers an outstanding guarantee. This guarantee statement
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is in addition to and in no way prejudices your statutory
rights. The guarantee is valid within the territories of the
Member States of the European Union and the European
Free Trade Area.
If a Black & Decker product becomes defective due to faulty
materials, workmanship or lack of conformity, within 24
months from the date of purchase, Black & Decker
guarantees to replace defective parts, repair products
subjected to fair wear and tear or replace such products to
make sure of the minimum inconvenience to the customer
unless:
X
The product has been used for trade, professional or hire
purposes.
X
The product has been subjected to misuse or neglect.
X
The product has sustained damage through foreign objects,
substances or accidents.
X
Repairs have been attempted by persons other than
authorised repair agents or Black & Decker service staff.
To claim on the guarantee, you will need to submit proof of
purchase to the seller or an authorised repair agent. You can
check the location of your nearest authorised repair agent by
contacting your local Black & Decker office at the address
indicated in this manual. Alternatively, a list of authorised
Black & Decker repair agents and full details of our aftersales service and contacts are available on the Internet at:
www.2helpU.com
Please visit our website www.blackanddecker.co.uk to
register your new Black & Decker product and to be kept up
to date on new products and special offers. Further
information on the Black & Decker brand and our range of
products is available at www.blackanddecker.co.uk.
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