XS 0.8

Compact, powerful 12V charging

XS 0.8

Compact, powerful 12V charging

XS 0.8

Compact, powerful 12V charging
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Product information

  • Product information

    Compact, powerful 12V charging

    Our smallest 12V charger

    The XS 0.8 uses state of the art technology for charging smaller batteries on motorbikes, jet skis, ATVs and lawnmowers.

    The XS 0.8 is CTEK’s smallest 12V charger and it’s suitable for charging smaller batteries as well as maintenance charging normal sized car batteries. The XS 0.8 is a compact, fully automatic 6 step charger that delivers 0.8A and charges 12V batteries from 1.2 to 32Ah and maintenance charging up to 100Ah. It’s simple to use and you can follow the whole charging process on the clear, easy to read display.

      ;*;Fully automatic ‘connect and forget’ 6 step charging ;*;Patented maintenance charging up to 100Ah for longer life batteries ;*;Charges 12V batteries from 1.2-32Ah ;*;Patented desulphation function ;*;5-year warranty
      Technical information
      Input
      220–240VAC, 50–60Hz, 0.2A max
      Output
      14.4V, 0.8A max
      Start voltage
      2.0V
      Back current drain*
      Corresponding to less than 1Ah/month
      Ambient temperature
      -20˚C to +50˚C
      Battery types
      All types of lead-acid batteries, 12V, WET, MF, Ca/Ca, AGM, GEL
      Battery capacity
      1.2–100Ah
      Warranty
      5 years
      Insulation class
      IP65
      User manual

      XS_0.8-safetyinstruction-AU-EN.pdf

      XS_0.8-manual-AU-EN.pdf
    • Inside the box
      CONNECT CLAMP
      CONNECT EYELET M6
      Product sheet

      XS_0.8-Productsheet-low-AU-EN.pdf
      FAQ
      is flashing   ×
      If no battery or if the battery voltage is too low the led will start to flash to indicate the unit has entered power save mode.
      Test: Test the charger on a fresh battery.
      No LED is lit when the charger is connected only to the power outlet   ×
      Explanation: One of the LED’s in the bottom row should light up when the charger is connected to the power outlet.
      Test: Make sure that there is power from the power outlet.
      is lit   ×
      Explanation 1: Reverse polarity.
      Test: Make sure that the + cable/clamp is connected to the + terminal and the – cable/clamp is connected to the – terminal.

      Explanation 2: Loads are connected to the battery which requires more power than the charger can provide.
      Test: Turn off or disconnect the loads when charging.

      Explanation 3: The charger is not connected to a 12V battery.
      Test: Test with a fresh 12V battery.

      Explanation 4: The charge cycle is interrupted in step 1.
      Test: Test to restart the charge cycle, if it still fails in step 1 the battery is sulphated and needs to be replaced.

      Explanation 5: The charge cycle is interrupted in step 4.
      Test: Test to restart the charge cycle, if it still fails in step 4 the battery is can’t be charged and needs to be replaced.
      No LED’s are lit on the top row when the charger is connected to both the power outlet and the battery   ×
      The LED’s on the bottom row are lit and you can change charging mode. None of the LED’s in the top row, indicating charging status, are lit.

      Explanation: The battery voltage could be under 2+/-0.5V.
      Test: Test the charger on a fresh battery.
      No LED is lit when the charger is connected only to the battery   ×
      Explanation: The plug has to be connected for the LED to be lit.