What does the "TRY" lamp mean?
When the "TRY" LED is lit, it means that you can try to start the vehicle ONCE if you're in a hurry. At that point the battery is charged to about 30–40% capacity, and it should be charged fully at the first possible opportunity.
The charger has switched to error mode. What could the problem be?
1. First check that the charger is connected correctly. Check that the positive clamp (or eyelet) is connected to the battery's positive pole (or the positive charger terminal) and the negative clamp (or eyelet) is connected to the chassis (or the negative charger terminal), and not the other way round.
2. The charger has discovered a problem inside the battery. The charger will try repeatedly to continue, but if it can't, it will switch over to error mode. Causes can include cell faults, sulphation or the battery's capacity to retain charge.
Try first to restart the programme by pressing the Mode button.
Error mode can also be shown if the loads on the battery are too great, making the voltage decrease too quickly. Disconnect these loads and try again.
3. Test the charger on another battery to exclude the possibility of a charger fault.
How should I connect TIME TO GO?
Batteries installed in vehicles should in the first instance be connected according to the vehicle's user manual. If the manual is not available, connect the positive clamp (or eyelet) to the battery's positive pole (or positive charger terminal), and the negative clamp (or eyelet) to the chassis (or negative charger terminal). With a free-standing battery, connect the positive clamp to the positive pole and the negative clamp to the negative pole.
What does "GO" mean?
This means that the battery is over 80% charged and the vehicle can be started. We recommend that you complete charging at the first possible opportunity.