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Power starter from Sealey

Published:  29 January, 2016

Sealey's new 12V Electrostart Batteryless Power Starter, the E/START600 does exactly what it says on the case. It does not use a conventional lead acid or lithium battery to provide its power, instead relying on ultracapacitors and some clever patented electronics which maximise a discharged battery's voltage.

The E/START600 requires just five volts to jump start a vehicle. Simply connect it to the vehicle's discharged battery and the unit will display the battery's existing voltage. It then draws power from it and energises itself fully within two minutes before pushing full power safely back through the starting system, jump starting the vehicle. The ElectroStart delivers 300A of starting power, enough to start a 3-litre petrol vehicle or a 2-litre diesel vehicle. The unit also incorporates a glow feature making it suitable for starting diesel vehicles in cold weather.

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