Bus, Coach, Truck
No. When the pack is fully charged, the vehicle will stop charging the pack. You can also leave it on charge from the mains power outlet without any damage being caused.
No. Capacitors have been tried and tested to have over 1 million cycles of charging and depleting! So, they will never need replacing.
No, we have a department dedicated to Battery and Capacitor Boost Pack repairs. If this happens, please call 0114 247 7041 and press option 1.
In the event of this happening, please check the safety fuse hasn’t broken within the red Croc handle or in the body of the Boost Pack, due to incorrect use.
We stock safety fuses on the shelf, as well as other accessories for your Boost Pack.
We build, stock and sell a variety of different kinds and lengths of leads.
Our Boost Packs overcharge to 28.5V on the 24V side, and 14.5V on the 12V side. They then settle to 24.5V on the 24V side, and 12.4V on the 12V side.
The pack will hold charge for up to 2 weeks but will then start to gradually deplete. Before using your ATT Super Capacitor Boost Pack, always check the Voltage using the yellow test button. If it has completely depleted, a quick 30 second boost from your vehicle, or a 30-minute boost from a mains socket, will have you back on the road!
The main benefit of Capacitors is how fast they charge! From depleted to fully recharged, it will take 30 minutes! Whereas, a conventional battery pack can take 6 – 9 hours!
Yes! You get a 12 month warranty, which covers unit failure but NOT user error.