Snap-On Wireless Battery System Tester

Maintenance & Performance | Tools | November 08, 2011

The Snap-On EECS400 Wireless Battery System Tester checks battery, starting and charging systems wirelessly and displays battery condition as a percentage of available capacity, related capacity and state of charge as a good, marginal or replace status. The tester comes with a hand-held receiver, battery module with leads, USB adapter for PC printing, Microsoft PC data template CD, brass post adapters and a carrying case.

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