DANGER OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!
- Do not operate the appliance if the cables,
the mains cable or mains plug are damaged.
A damaged mains cable indicates a life-threat-
ening danger due to electric shock.
Before connecting to the power, ensure that the
power connection is earthed, is 230 V∼ 50 Hz,
and is 16 A fused and equipped with an RCCB
switch (residual current circuit breaker) in accord-
ance with the current regulations!
- Disconnect the charger from the grid, before
you make or break connections to the battery.
- First, connect the clamp that is not connected
to the bodywork. Then connect the other clamp
to the bodywork, away from battery and fuel
pipe. Only after this, connect the charger to
- After charging, disconnect the charger from
the grid. Only after this remove the clamp
from the bodywork. Following this, remove
the clamp from the battery.
DANGER OF EXPLOSION AND FIRE
HAZARD! Protect yourself from a highly ex-
plosive hydrogen-oxygen reaction!
- Ensure that during charge and charge retention
procedures, there are no naked lights (ﬂames,
cinders or sparks)!
- Ensure that the plus cable does not come into
contact with fuel lines (e.g. petrol pipe)!
- Ensure that there is no possibility of ignition of
explosive or ﬂammable substances, such as
petrol or solvents, while using charger!
DANGER OF CHEMICAL BURNS!
Wear protective glasses! Wear protective gloves!
If eyes or skin has come into contact with battery
acid, rinse the aﬀected body region oﬀ with a
large amount of clean water and consult a doc-
tor straight away!
Avoid causing a short circuit when connecting
the charger to the battery. Connect the negative
pole connector cable only to the negative bat-
tery or to the body work. Connect the positive
pole connector cable only to the plus pole of
Do not place the charger close to ﬁre, heat or
to places with long-term exposure to tempera-
tures over 50 °C!
nsure that no fuel lines,electric cables, hydraulic
or water pipes are damaged by the screws dur-
ing assembly of the charger!
Do not cover the charger with any objects!
Protect the electrical contact surfaces of the
battery from short circuiting!
Only use the charger for charging and for
charge retention of 6 V / 12 V lead batteries.
Do not charge frozen batteries.
Before connecting the charger, the operating
instructions must be observed.
Furthermore, the instructions of the vehicle man-
ufacturer regarding a permanently connected
vehicle battery must be observed. Secure the
vehicle, switch oﬀ the ignition.
Clean the battery poles. Take care that while
doing so, your eyes do not come into contact
with the dirt.
Ensure suﬃcient ventilation.
Connect the „+“pole clamp (red)
charger to the „+“ pole of the battery.
Connect the „-“pole clamp (black)
„-“ pole of the battery.
Connect the mains cable
of the charger to
the mains socket.
The battery voltage display
shows the cur-
rent battery voltage.
Should the connection of the clamps be swapped,
the LED „reverse connection“ lights up
Disconnect the appliance from the mains supply.
Remove the „-“ pole clamp (black)
„-“ pole of the battery.