INDICATOR PANEL 1.5M

Panel mounted for easy check and charge

INDICATOR PANEL 1.5M

Panel mounted for easy check and charge

INDICATOR PANEL 1.5M

Panel mounted for easy check and charge
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Product information

  • Product information

    Panel mounted for easy check and charge

    Specially designed for panel mounting, the INDICATOR – Panel uses a ‘traffic light’ system to show the battery charge level. Connect your charger to the socket on the Panel, mount the Panel in a convenient place, then route the cable to the battery. The Panel comes in two cable lengths to make charging easy, practical and convenient. It comes with a 2-year warranty.

    INDICATOR – Panel uses a simple ‘traffic light’ system to show the state of charge of your battery. Available in two cable lengths, 1.5 m and 3.3 m. No cables are included in the INDICATOR – Panel with flat pin connection.

      ;*;Comes in two cable lengths with M8 8.4mm eyelet terminals ;*;150cm cable length (part no. 56-380) ;*;330cm cable length (part no. 56-531) ;*;Size of connector/indicator: 5mm x 21mm x 50mm ;*;15A fuse
      Technical information
      Warranty
      2 years
      User manual

      INDICATOR_PANEL_1.5-manual-UK-EN.pdf
    • Inside the box
      Product sheet
      FAQ
      I have a INDICATOR connected to the battery in my car. The red lamp flashes even after I've fully charged the battery. Should it do this? I thought the INDICATOR would be green when the battery is fully charged?   ×
      The CTEK INDICATOR is exactly what the name says – an indicator. It provides a snapshot of the system voltage level and works best when the battery has reached a rest level (this can take up to a few hours to reach after the battery was used). As soon as you open a car door or turn on the ignition, the battery voltage vill temporarly drop and the indicator shows yellow or even red. To make things easier, you can position the INDICATOR where you can see it without having to unlock or use any voltage in the car.
      My COMFORT INDICATOR is flashing. Is that OK?   ×
      INDICATOR always flashes. It is to save battery power, as flashing draws less current tha a steady light.
      I have a INDICATOR connected to the battery all the time. Is there any risk of the battery discharging?   ×
      No, the purpose of the indicator is to allow you to quickly and easily see whether the battery must be charged, thereby reducing the risk of the battery being damaged because of being discharged. The INDICATOR uses about 1.5mA. Than gives 1,5 Ah /month. An average self-discharge for a battery is approx. 10 Ah/month.