PowerPulse Battery Maintenance System
Designed to Ensure Maximum Battery Power in Frequently Used Vehicles
The PowerPulse is one of our most popular and versatile products. It's a battery maintainer that will ensure peak battery performance, increase the capacity in older batteries and triple the life of new batteries.
Designed especially for frequently-charged battery systems, the PowerPulse Battery Maintenance System ensures maximum performance on single 12-Volt lead-acid batteries as well as multiple batteries connected in parallel or series configurations. It's ideal for virtually any kind of vehicle or equipment with a lead-acid battery system that is charged on a regular basis, including cars, over-the-road trucks, emergency vehicles and forklifts.
- Maintains capacity for 12-, 24-, 36- or 48-Volt battery banks
- Ensures peak battery performance
- Extends battery life by 3 times
- Patented Pulse Technology reduces and prevents sulfation buildup
- Maximizes performance of all lead-acid batteries (VRLA, AGM, gel and flooded cell)
Mounting the Circuit Box
- For 12V batteries, mount the circuit box near the battery and not on the battery itself. On large motive batteries it is fine to mount on top of the battery. Ensure it's in a protected location and won't be disturbed.
- It can be mounted by:
a. Two round screws to attach the circuit box to the surface of the vehicle.
b. Apply an industrial adhesive or Velcro to the back of the circuit box and affix to the vehicle.
- Once the circuit box has been mounted, use cable ties to secure the wires to a cable or other secure area near the battery. This will keep the wires from tangling with moving engine parts.
Connect Lugs to Battery Terminals
Important: The positive (+) PowerPulse red wire must be connected to the positive battery terminal and the negative (-) PowerPulse black wire must be connected to the negative battery terminal.
Single 12V Battery
Slip the round metal lug at the end of the positive (red) PowerPulse terminal wire onto the bolt securing the battery clamp to the positive terminal until it sits next to the nut tightening the clamp. Screw a hex nut onto the bolt and tighten it until it secures the lug and washer between it and the clamp nut. This will allow the PowerPulse to send a pulsating current through the terminal and into the battery which will eliminate the buildup of sulfates on the lead plates. Repeat this process for the negative (black) PowerPulse terminal wire.
Three 12V Batteries Connected in Parallel
For 12-Volt batteries connected in parallel install one (1) 12-Volt PowerPulse on the battery pack. Connect the positive (red) PowerPulse terminal wire to the positive terminal of the first battery and the negative (black) PowerPulse terminal wire to the negative terminal of the last battery.
One 36V PowerPulse for Three 12V Batteries Connected in Series
Connect the positive wire of the PowerPulse to the positive terminal on the first battery and the negative wire of the PowerPulse to the negative terminal on the last battery in the series.
Each PowerPulse unit has an LED on top of the circuit box. When properly installed the LED will blink when the wires are attached to the battery terminals and the unit is activated. Once the unit is installed, if the LED does not flash it may be due to one of the following reasons:
- The PowerPulse has been installed incorrectly (reversed polarity or improper voltage).
- There is a bad connection.
- The battery voltage is too low to operate the PowerPulse, charge the battery then re-check.
Uses a very small portion (<2%) of the battery's own energy
Dimensions: 4"L x 1.75"W x 1" H
Shipping Weight: 0.5lbs
Wire Length: 3'
Red LED pulses when unit is properly connected
Five-Year Limited Warranty
PP-12-L, PP-24-L, PP-36-L, PP-48L
- OTR Truck – 12V
- Scissors Lift – 24V
- Golf Cart - 36V, 48V
- Telecom - 48V
- Pallet Jack - 24V
- Electric Vehicle – 36V, 48V, 72V
- Fork Lift – 48V, 36V
- Floor Scrubber/Polisher – 36V
- RV – 12V
- Passenger Vehicle – 12V