BC Junior 900 is the charger with 2 LED Battery Controller, ideal for recovery, charge, desulfation and maintenance of all 12V batteries of motorcycles, scooters, quads, snowmobiles and personal watercraft. The charger is designed to be left connected to the battery, with no risk and no need to disconnect the battery from the vehicle, providing a full charge and a long term maintenance in the months when you do not use your bike. Moreover, it can be used to slow charging and maintaining batteries of higher capacity, such as those normally installed on cars.
BC Junior 900 delivers a maximum current of 0.9 Amps and runs a fully automatic charging algorithm 8 cycles, which is the most comprehensive solution to recover deeply discharged batteries (from 1.5 volts), the charge, desulfation and maintenance of all 12V batteries (traditional, gel, sealed ...) from 1.2 to 45 Ah (up to 60 Ah for maintenance).
Two LEDs indicate the charging cycle and possible malfunctions.
BC Junior 900 does not produce sparks and it is protected against short circuit, reverse polarity, overload and overheating.
The package includes a waterproof battery cable with eyelets (cod. STD2V), left always installed in the vehicle and a cable with insulated clamps (cod. 30AMPPZ). Adapter availableUniversal 12/18 mm (cod. ACC612V - optional) to recharge the battery from the cigarette lighter socket. The warranty is extended to 3 years.
|TECHNICAL DATA||BC JUNIOR 900|
| Input Voltage |
(For information, please look at
the Available Versions section)
| 220 to 240 Vac, 50 to 60 Hz |
120 Vac, 50 to 60 Hz US & Canada version
100 Vac, 50 to 60 Hz Japan version
|Charge Voltage||13.8 V - 12 V nominal|
|Charge Current||0.9 A max|
|Charging Algorithm|| 8 cycles, automatic (Initialization, Recovery, |
Soft Charge, Bulk Charge, Desulfation,
Battery Analysis, Maintenance and Equalization)
|Types of Batteries|| 12 V Lead Acid |
(Traditional, Gel, MF, VRLA, AGM, etc.)
|Battery Capacity|| From 1.2 Ah to 45 Ah (Charge) |
up to 60 Ah (Maintenance)
|Operating Temperature||from -20 ° to + 50 ° C|