ICS - Intelligent battery testers
ICS2-PCS-MS from Master-Sport Automobiltechnik (MS) GmbH is used to monitor the car battery, the start-up system and the charging circuit. After installing it on the battery, the mobile device can connect with it via Bluetooth 4.0 technology. In the event of problems with the battery, the start-up system and the charging circuit, the device may send a notification to the user. In addition, the user can conduct tests and view the travel log via a free application (for Android/iOS).
They work with all 12 V batteries of any brand!
Thanks to the ICS2-PCS-MS from Master-Sport Automobiltechnik (MS) GmbH, you have constant control over the battery.
This allows to quickly respond before the battery power level drops to the so-called “deep discharging” level. Protection against damage and failures. Full battery performance is only achievable at a constant battery power level.
ICS1-PCS-MS The device displays the current voltage in the vehicle installation, and during charging via USB it displays the current power consumption of the connected device and the charging voltage. Displayed approximately every 10 s.
The built-in charger allows to charge two devices simultaneously via the USB connector, for example, mobile phones, GPS navigations, MP3/MP4 players and many more. The USB port with an output current of 2.1 A allows the device to be quickly charged. Charger adapted to work in cars with 12 V-24 V electrical installation (cars, vans and lorries).
ICS0-PCS-MS The device is designed to work with the 12 V installation. Checking the battery’s power level consists in connecting the ends of clevis jaws with the battery terminals. The correct polarity (red wire +, black wire -) should be taken into account. The device can be attached using a double-sided tape, which is located on the back of the housing.
Pressing the “ON/OFF” button starts voltage control. Check with the engine turned off when the tester is switched on and 5 LEDs light up, if the alternator is charging correctly.
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