Blog Jump-Starters Noco Genius

Frequently Asked Questions On the NOCO Genius Lithium Jump Starters.

Q: What happens if you touch the clamps together? A: Nothing, it is perfectly safe and there will be no sparks. Boost has built in sensors that prevent power from being delivered, unless a battery is detected. Q: What happens if you connect to a battery backwards? (Reverse Polarity) A: The error LED will illuminate, but it is perfectly safe and there will be no sparks. Boost will not deliver power unless the battery is connected to the battery correctly. Q: Do you have to disconnect any cables to use…

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Blog Jump-Starters Noco Genius

All you need to know about the Noco Genius GB40 & GB70 Jump-Starters

The NOCO Genius Boost GB40 is great for most passenger cars on the road today. The NOCO Genius Boost GB70 is a more powerful model that fits the larger trucks and diesel vehicles, including some heavy equipment and agricultural tractors. The GB70 is an amazing unit that looks and feels like the quality unit it is. Packed together in one small package, each part has its place and that makes this unit very easy to store. For professional use, this unit will jump start 40 vehicles, depending on the size…

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Blog Chargers Noco Genius

Which Noco Genius Charger will work for you?

Below is a diagram showing the differences between the different Noco Genius chargers to help you choose your next purchase. Multi-Purpose Next generation battery chargers and maintainers. UltraSafe smart battery chargers designed to fully charge and maintain cars, boats, motorcycles, trucks and more.  

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Blog Deep Cycle High Cycle

Deep Cycle VS High Cycle Batteries

Cranking Batteries: Can supply large current Can accept large charge current (i.e. can be charged quickly) Do not like to be discharged deeply (life is shortened) Mostly automotive batteries. Deep Cycle Batteries: More suited to deep discharging (more cycles) Can not supply very high current (not suited to winching),made for low current draw over a long period Can not be charged as quickly. Typically should not be discharged more than about 50%, i.e. don’t go below 50% state of charge High Cycle Batteries: Used for standby (ups) Somewhere in between…

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