New cars come equipped with many more electrical appliances than their forebears. One of the biggest challenges, as far as battery capacity in winter conditions is concerned, are Start&Stop systems.
Auxiliary heaters, which are used to pre-heat the engine as well as the interior, are more popular than ever. They draw power from the vehicle’s battery, often causing capacity problems.
A cold battery can only take in a few amperes of power. To be able to fully charge a battery regardless of weather conditions, a heating system is needed to ensure adequate battery capacity. Starting a car using an inadequately charged battery will often lead to problems with car electronics, which manifest in numerous warning lights or error messages. All this can be avoided using a fully charged battery. Auxiliary heaters and other power-consuming equipment can be used whenever needed. The battery has a longer lifespan, which is friendly for both the environment and your wallet.
ABC 6A battery charger and cable set enable heating the battery and maintaining battery charge levels whenever the car is plugged into mains power. The system is compatible with pre-installed Defa and Calix heater systems.
Arctic Fuel Heater provides standing heater with pre-heated fuel (within 10 seconds), ensuring clean and smoke-free combustion. Activates automatically whenever the heater’s water pump is turned on. Temperature controlled. Easy installation.
Arctic Battery Heater is a system for heating the battery whenever the vehicle’s engine is running, using power from the alternator. Automatic function, with voltage regulation and thermostat. The heating systems consist of heater element, fully automatic control unit and battery insulation kit. This means the battery can be automatically charged to the full, even in really low temperatures.
Arctic Fuel Heater Junior is used to heat the fuel for auxiliary heaters.
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