Economically Priced Battery Care Products

Lectric Limited's exclusive line of Battery Butler® battery accessory products were designed to get the job done at an economical price.

We know there's nothing worse than the sinking feeling of your car not starting. And the cause could be as simple as a slowly drained battery. Our Battery Butler® chargers were designed with the classic car and muscle car owner in mind. These safe storage chargers ensure that your battery will still function after longer periods of inactivity; weeks, months, even years!

Below you will find quality battery accessories for both 6V and 12V batteries.

Battery Butler Battery Storage Float Charger

BatteryButler® Battery Storage Float Charger

Specifically designed for the charging and maintenance of batteries that are stored or only used periodically.  More info below.
Part # BBFC100 (12 Volt) - $17
Part # BBFC200 ( 6 Volt) - $20
Battery Butler Battery Storage Float Charger

BatteryButler® Cigarette Lighter / Power Plug Adapter

Charge your battery via your vehicle's cigarette lighter or power port. For use only with chargers BBFC100 & BBFC200.  More info below.
Part # BBPA101 - $5
Battery Butler Battery Storage Float Charger

Multi-Stage, Multi-Voltage (6/12 volt) Battery Storage Float Charger

This multi-stage, microprocessor controlled battery charger & maintainer. It is specifically designed for the maintenance of batteries that are stored or only used periodically.   More info below.
Part # BBFC300 - $33
Battery Butler Battery Storage Float Charger

BatteryButler® Multi-Stage, Multi-Voltage (6/12 volt) Battery Storage Float Charger with LCD Charge Status Display

This multi-stage, microprocessor controlled battery charger & maintainer. It is specifically designed for the maintenance of batteries that are stored or only used periodically.  More info below.
Part # BBFC400 - $49
Battery Disconnect Cut Off Switch

Knob Type Battery Quick-Disconnects

Safely disconnect your battery from your vehicle's electrical system.  Eliminates battery drain while vehicle is in storage.  More info below.
Part # BBDC101 (Top Post) - $6
Part # BBDC201 (Side Post) - $8
Battery Disconnect Cut Off Switch Knife Blade

Knife-Blade Type Battery Quick-Disconnects

Safely disconnect your battery from your vehicle's electrical system.  Eliminates battery drain while vehicle is in storage.  Higher amperage capacity than knob type disconnect switch.  More info below.
Part # BBDC301 (Top Post) - $29
Part # BBDC401 (Side Post) - $29
Battery Anti-Corrosion Washers

Battery Terminal Anti-Corrosion Felt Washers

Stop unwanted battery corrosion from developing around your battery terminals and battery cables.  More info below.
Part # BBTACW1 (pair) - $4

Battery Butler® (6 or 12 volt) Battery Storage / Maintenance Charger

Battery Butler Battery Storage Float Charger
  • Part# BBFC100 (12 volt) - $17
  • Part# BBFC200 ( 6 volt) - $20

THE PROBLEM: You try to start your vehicle after it's been sitting for a few weeks or months, and your battery is completely dead.

THE SOLUTION: The Battery Butler® Storage Charger! The Battery Butler® Battery Storage/Maintenance Chargers are specifically designed for the maintenance of 12 Volt batteries that are stored or only used periodically. These chargers will prevent the normal self-discharge of your battery, while extending the life of rechargeable lead-acid batteries by providing a minimum current, regulated output. Other types of chargers provide a strong, rapid charge that tend to boil out liquids and decay electrodes.

With the Battery Butler® charger, once your battery has been fully charged, it will automatically shut-off; then resume charging as your battery level drops. Works on all wet cell, gel-cell or the new OPTIMA™ batteries. Works on the majority of car, truck and motorcycle batteries.

The Battery Butler® Battery Storage Chargers are specifically designed for long term use. You can safely leave it connected to your battery for days, weeks, months, even years! Did you know that every week your battery will lose 4% of its charge just by sitting (with no load)? Read about this and more in our F.A.Q.s.

Charger input voltage: 110VAC 60Hz (or standard U.S. wall outlet).

Compare for yourself.

Our Charger VS. The Conventional / Trickle Charger

Battery Butler® Battery Storage Charger
Conventional Battery Charger or Trickle Charger
Fully Automatic - Will keep your battery fully charged without over charging. The on-board microprocessor turns the charger on and off based on your battery's demands. It does so automatically, every few milliseconds.
Battery must be monitored to avoid over-charging and boiling-out battery's internal electrolyte. This is because a trickle charger does not have the electronics to regulate its voltage based on your battery's demands.
Designed for long term vehicle storage. Hook it up to your battery. Plug it into any wall outlet, and forget it (days, weeks, months even years).
If left un-monitored, a conventional charger or trickle charger may over-charge and ruin your battery.
Works on all year/make/model vehicles with (12 or 6 volt) batteries.
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Includes simple to read LED charging status indicators: RED LED light indicates power to the module from AC outlet. GREEN LED light indicates battery being charged. On a good battery, the Green light will go out when battery is fully charged.
Most trickle chargers do not include a status indicator and conventional chargers use hard to understand meters.
All of its electronics are integrated into one space saving, power module.
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Includes, and connects to, multiple adapters. Use the Clip Terminal Adapter (included) to temporarily connect top post or side post battery. Use the Ring Terminal Adapter (included) to connect to your motorcycle, snowmobile, lawn tractor, etc. battery. The Ring Terminal Adapter is ideal for a more permanent connection to your battery. Use the Cigarette Lighter / Power Plug Adapter (optional item) to conveniently maintain your battery through your vehicle's cigarette lighter or power plug port. Incorporates an integrated protective fuse. (Part # BBPA101 - see below)
Many storage chargers do not include provisions for multiple battery connections types.
When using the Battery Butler® charger, you do not need to disconnect your vehicle's battery cables from the battery. This is a BIG convenience!
Spikes from conventional battery chargers can ruin sensitive vehicle electronics. Disconnecting the vehicle's battery cables from the battery is highly recommended.
Provides a safe, regulated minimum current charge (less than 1/2 amp) to your battery to maintain its peak capacity. Once your battery has fully charged, the charger's output current to your battery will stop - then resume as soon as battery level drops. On a side note... We receive many phone calls inquiring about the low amperage of our chargers. Unknowingly, some of these callers assume that more amps is better - and that our chargers, that output less than 1/2 amp, are not as good as those that output 1-1/2 amps or more. Our reply is simple. Why should you dump more amperage into your battery than necessary? The lower the amps and slower the rate of charge, the better and safer it is for your battery! Please remember that the purpose of the BatteryButler® storage/maintenance charger is to safely keep your battery at peak charge over a long period of time (weeks, months, years). It is not designed to quickly charge your battery so you can get to work on time.
Deliver a strong, rapid charge that tends to boil-out battery liquids and decay battery electrodes. This is not good for any battery. Even a typical "trickle charger" is not designed for long-term continuous use. A typical trickle charger does not have any type of monitoring circuitry. Consequently, it can not regulate its on/off cycle or its output voltage. And often, its amperage is too high for optimal charging.
Safe for use on newer cars & trucks with computers, clocks and delicate electronics. On newer vehicles vehicles, when the engine is turned off, the vehicle's electronics typically draw a constant 15-50ma (milliamp) from the battery. The BatteryButler® Storage Charger can easily, and safely replenish this draw with its 300-500ma (or about 1/2 amp) output.
Other small storage/maintenance-type battery chargers deliver a charge of between 1 & 2 amps (or higher). This amount of amperage is not necessary. The higher the amperage, the less safe, and harder it is on your battery. The latest technology Optima or Optima-type battery manufacturers do not recommend charging their batteries with a float charger that outputs over 1 amp.
Charges your 12V battery at approximately 13.8 volts (or 6.9 volts for a 6 volt battery) as recommended by most battery manufacturers. You can check with the manufacturer of your specific battery for their recommendation.
May charge at 14 volts or higher. The higher the charging voltage, the greater the probability for battery overheating and damage.
Short-Circuit Protected. If, for a brief moment, you accidentally touch the 2 leads of this charger together, it will not damage the charger's internal circuitry.
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These chargers are so sensitive to a drop in battery voltage that many times the green indicator light will appear to flash, as the module cycles on & off.
Sensitivity of this level can only be found on higher priced battery chargers.
Designed for use on wet-cell, gel-cell or OPTIMA™ batteries. Note: OPTIMA™ Batteries use AGM (Absorption Glass Mat) technology. These batteries can be charged at normal lead-acid regulated charging voltages. For more info. go to the Optima Battery F.A.Q. Not only will our BatteryButler® chargers shut off when necessary, the output current is less than 1/2 amp so it's completely safe for use on OPTIMA™ batteries.
May not be recommended for use on batteries other than a wet cell type. This is because these chargers: do not automatically turn on & off, have output current higher than 1 amp and/or their output voltage is greater than 13.8 volts.
The Battery Butler® charger can also charge deep cycle batteries. This is ideal for batteries used on boats, trolling motors, sump pump back-up systems, etc.
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The Battery Butler® charger is designed to charge 1 battery at a time.
Other manufacturers claim that their charger is able to charge multiple batteries at the same time. This may be true. But their charger, that can maintain 2 batteries, costs $130. And the one that maintains 4 batteries costs $250!!! Let's do the math....You can buy (8) Battery Butler® chargers (and charge 8 batteries) for the price of 1 of the "other guys" 2-bank charger. You can buy (16) Battery Butler® chargers (and charge 16 batteries) for the price of the "other guys" 4-bank charger. Simple Math = Big Savings!
You do not need to add water to your battery during non-use periods. However, while your battery is being charged, it is always recommended that you periodically check the water level of any non-maintenance-free battery at intervals recommended by the manufacturer. You do not have to check (nor can check) the water level of maintenance-free type batteries.
Other battery charger manufacturers infer that you don't need to check the water level of your battery. This makes no sense as your water level will drop over time as your battery is charged. If the water is not replenished to cover the internal lead plates, your battery may be ruined!
1 Year Warranty with proof of purchase from Lectric Limited. Takes the risk out of trying the Battery Butler® charger.
Many companies have no warranties on electrical devices. Other companies will only warranty their chargers for 30-90 days.
Part #BBFC100 (12 volt charger) - Only $17 ea., Part #BBFC200 (6 volt charger) - Only $20 ea.
12 volt chargers of this type sell for $45 or more.

Cigarette Lighter/Power Plug Adapter (for use only with BBFC100 & BBFC200 chargers)

Battery Butler Battery Storage Float Charger Adapter
  • Part #BBPA101 - $5

Now you can conveniently charge/maintain your vehicle's battery through the cigarette lighter or power plug port. Fuse protected with 12" cord. Connects to the Battery Butler® storage charger (BBFC100 or BBFC200) shown above.

This adapter should only be used in a cigarette lighter port or power plug port that is NOT energized by the ignition switch. How can you tell if the port is energized by the ignition switch? With the ignition switch in the OFF position (the key out), plug a device like a cell phone charger or radar detector into the port. If the device has power, you can use that port, and this adapter, to charge and maintain your battery.

All of our chargers can safely maintain the batteries of infrequently driven vehicles or seldomly used battery-start / battery-operated devices such as:

Multi-Stage, Multi Voltage (6/12 volt) Battery Storage Maintenance Charger

Battery Butler Battery Storage Float Charger Part# BBFC300
  • Part #BBFC300 - $33

This multi-stage, microprocessor controlled battery charger & maintainer. It is specifically designed for the maintenance of batteries that are stored or only used periodically. Maintains your battery at the optimal charge, while extending battery life. Automatically switches to 6 or 12 volt, depending on your battery voltage. Works on all years, all make & model car, truck or motorcycle batteries. This charger is specifically designed for long term use. You can safely leave it connected to your battery for days, weeks, months, even years!

This charger can be used on 6 and 12 volt Lead-Acid, Gel or AGM-type (like Optima™, Maxxima™ and Odyssey™) rechargeable batteries.

Multi-Stage Modes:

  • Automatic Charging Mode: When an automatic charge is performed, the charger switches to the "Maintain Mode" (see below) automatically after the battery is charged.
  • Aborted Charge Mode: If charging can not be completed normally, charging will abort. When charging aborts, the charger's output is shut-off, and the "Charging" (yellow LED) will blink. To reset after an aborted charge, unplug the charger from the AC outlet, wait a few moments, and plug it back in.
  • Desulfation Mode: Desulfation removes deposits on your battery's internal plates.
  • Completion of Charge: Charge completion is indicated by the "Charged" (green LED) When lit, the charger has automatically stopped charging and switches to the "Maintain Mode" of operation.
  • Maintain Mode (float-mode monitoring): When the "Charged" (green LED) is lit, the charger is in "Maintain Mode" In this mode, the charger keeps the battery fully charged by delivering a small current when necessary. If the charger has to provide its maximum maintain current for a continuous 12 hour period, it will go into "Abort Mode". This is usually caused by a drain on the battery or the battery is bad. make sure there are no loads on the battery. If there is, remove them. If there are none, have the battery checked or replaced. If you do not want to disconnect your battery cable from your battery, Lectric Limited offers battery disconnect switches.

Three Easy-To-Read, LED Monitoring Indicators:

  • Reversed Clamps (red) LED (flashing): Indicates the connections are reversed.
  • Charging (yellow) LED (lit): Indicates the charger is charging the battery.
  • Charging (yellow) LED (flashing): Indicates the charger is in abort mode.

Charged (green) LED (pulsing): Indicates the battery is fully charged and the charger is in maintain mode (float mode).

Includes:

  • Auto Voltage Detection (conducts a test to determine if your battery is 6 or 12 volt)
  • Fully-automatic monitoring microprocessor
  • 5' quick-disconnect main harness
  • 12" quick-disconnect battery clamp adapter
  • 19" quick-disconnect ring-terminal adapter (great for hard-to-reach motorcycle batteries)
  • 6' power cord
  • Reverse hook-up protection (helps protect battery and charger from damage)
  • Instruction manual
  • 2 year manufacturers warranty

Technical Specifications:

  • Compact size (6"w x 2.5"h x 3"d)
  • Input: 120V AC @ 0.40 amps
  • Output: Auto Detection 6V or 12V @ 1.5 amps
  • Maximum charger voltage: 6V (7.4V) or 12V (14.8V)
  • Maintain voltage: 6V (6.6V) or 12V (13.3V)
  • Weight: 2.5 lbs.

Did you know that every week your battery will lose 4% of its charge just by sitting (with no load)? Read about this and more in our F.A.Q.s.

All of our chargers can safely maintain the batteries of infrequently driven vehicles or seldomly used battery-start / battery-operated devices such as:

Battery Butler® Multi-Stage, Multi Voltage (6/12 volt) Battery Storage Maintenance Charger (with backlit LCD charging status display)

Battery Butler Battery Storage Float Charger
  • Part #BBFC400 - $49

This is a high-frequency, 4-Stage “Smart” battery charger designed to offer maximum battery life with minimal user intervention. Maintains your battery at the optimal charge, while extending battery life. It is suitable for charging all types of 6V & 12V lead-acid batteries, including Wet (Flooded), Gel, MF (Maintenance-Free) and AGM (Absorption Glass Mat) batteries. Works on all years, all make & model car, truck or motorcycle batteries. This charger is designed for long term use. You can safely leave it connected to your battery for days, weeks, months, even years!

This charger can be used on 6 and 12 volt Lead-Acid, Gel or AGM-type (like Optima™, Maxxima™ and Odyssey™) rechargeable batteries.

Symbols for LCD Display and Selectable Modes:

  1. MOTORCYCLE: 12 Volt Slow Charge (14.4V @ 0.8 Amps). This mode is normally used for smaller 12V batteries of <14Ah. These batteries are typically used in a motorcycle, lawn tractor, etc.
  2. CAR: 12 Volt Fast Charge (14.4V @ 3.8 Amps). This mode is normally used for a 12V wet cell batteries, maintenance-free and most Gel batteries. Some Gel batteries prefer a slightly lower voltage. If you are unsure of your battery type, use this charge mode, not the Cold Weather mode.
  3. COLD WEATHER: 12 Volt Fast Charge (14.8V @ 3.8 Amps). This mode is recommended for a 12V battery at a temperature <410 F (< 50 C). It is also recommended for many AGM batteries like Optima™, Maxxima™ and Odyssey™.
  4. 6V: 6 Volt Slow Charge Mode (6V @ 0.8 Amps). This mode is automatically selected, and locked-in when connected to a 6V battery. Other modes are not selectable in 6V mode. Once battery is fully charged, charger will automatically switch to storage/float mode.
  5. BATTERY LEVEL INDICATOR: Each of the 5 horizontal bars indicates that 20% of the battery’s capacity has been charged. Display of battery outline and 5 bars displayed indicates battery is fully charged and charger has now switched to storage (float) mode. During the storage (float) mode, the battery is automatically and constantly monitored and battery voltage will show on LCD display. (See storage/float mode for more information).
  6. BATTERY POLARITY REVERSAL INDICATOR: Indicates that the charger’s clamps are on the wrong terminals of the battery.
  7. DIGITAL NUMERALS: Battery Voltage & Charging Voltage.
  8. BAD BATTERY INDICATOR: Indicates the battery is not suitable to be charged. Replace the battery.
  9. CLAMP INDICATOR: Indicates that the charger’s clamps need to be connected to battery before charging will begin.
  10. CHARGING CURRENT INDICATOR: Charging amperage (not displayed w/6V batteries).
  11. STORAGE/FLOAT MODE (No graphic displayed): After the battery is fully charged, the charger will automatically go into storage/float mode. During this time, the battery is automatically and constantly monitored by the circuitry in the charger. When the battery voltage drops* from its peak charge, the charger will automatically turn on and “top off” the battery voltage. (* A battery will lose its charge over a period of time. The rate at which that charge is lost will be increased on vehicles that have a clock, computer, radio display, etc. that constantly draw on the battery. This charger can more than compensate for this drain.)

Multi-Stage Cycle:

This charger operates in a 4-Stage, fully-automatic cycle.

  • 6 VOLT BATTERY: When the charger is connected to your 6V battery and plugged-in, if the battery voltage is less then 7.5V, the charger will indicate 6V mode, lock in that mode. Battery will be charged then switch to STAGE 4.
  • 12 VOLT BATTERY: If battery voltage is between 9.5-10.5V, charger will go to STAGE 1. If battery voltage is greater than 10.5V, charger will switch to STAGE 2.
STAGE 1 (Automatic Battery Rescue Mode):

This charger includes an automatic 12V battery rescue function. If battery voltage is less than 10.5V, charger will attempt to add a charge to (rescue) the battery. After a predetermined amount of time, the charger will re-check battery voltage. If battery voltage is still under 10.5V, battery will be identified as a “Bad Battery”, “Bad Battery” indicator will display, charging will stop, and the battery should be replaced. If voltage is above 10.5V, charger will switch to STAGE 2.

STAGE 2 (Constant Current Mode):

A constant current of (0.8A or 3.8A) is applied until the maximum voltage (14.4V in normal mode or 14.8V in cold weather mode) is reached. If this voltage is reached, charger automatically switches to STAGE 3.

STAGE 3 (Constant Voltage Mode):

A constant voltage is maintained while the charging current is slowly reduced. If charging current drops to 0.4A, charger switches back to STAGE 2, if not, charger switches to STAGE 4.

STAGE 4 (Storage/Float Mode):

After the battery is fully charged, the charger will automatically go into storage/float mode. During this time, the battery is automatically and constantly monitored by the circuitry in the charger. When the battery voltage drops* from its peak charge, the charger will automatically turn on and “top off” the battery voltage. (* A battery will lose its charge over a period of time. The rate at which that charge is lost will be increased on vehicles that have a clock, computer, radio display, etc. that constantly draw on the battery. This charger can more than compensate for these types of current drain.)

Includes:

  • Backlit LCD Display: 3/4" LCD display. Green back light can be seen in complete darkness.
  • Auto Voltage Detection (6 or 12 volt)
  • Fully-automatic monitoring microprocessor
  • LCD Display with green backlight. Can be seen in total darkness.
  • 76" Charging cord
  • 76" Power cord
  • Quality clamps
  • Instruction manual
  • 1 year warranty

Technical Specifications:

  • Input Voltage/Current: 120 VAC / 1 Amp
  • Charge capacity: 120 Ah
  • Switch-on voltage: 13 VDC
  • Switch-off voltage: 14.4 VDC (Car Mode) / 14.8VDC (Cold Weather Mode)
  • Float Monitoring Mode: <13 VDC
  • Slow Charge: 14.4 V @ 0.8A
  • Fast Charge: 14.4 V @ 3.8A
  • Cold Weather Charge: 14.8 V @ 3.8A
  • Min. Battery size: 1.2 Ah
  • Max. Battery size: 120 Ah
  • Cooling: Natural convection. Do not cover the charger
  • Charger Type: 4-stage, fully-automatic
  • Battery Types: Lead-acid, Gel, and AGM Batteries
  • Cord Lengths: 76" Power Cord and 76" Charging Cord with clamps
  • Dimensions: 7.25" x 2.63" x 1.8" (L x W x H)
  • Enclosure: IP65 Class rated for outdoor splashproof/raintight standard.

All of our chargers can safely maintain the batteries of infrequently driven vehicles or seldomly used battery-start / battery-operated devices such as:

Battery Quick-Disconnect Switches (Knob-Type)

Battery Quick Disconnect Switch
  • Part # BBDC101 (Top-Post Battery Mount) - $6
  • Part # BBDC201 (Side-Post Battery Mount) - $8

One simple device does a lot:

  1. Eliminates battery drain while vehicle is in storage:
    • Disconnects battery from devices that continuously draw power from your battery, even with engine turned off.
  2. For safety when servicing your vehicle:

    • With battery disconnected, you can safely work on your vehicle without the worry of sparks or a short circuit.
    • Eliminates the chance of damaging expensive electrical or computerized equipment.
  3. As an anti-theft device:

    • You can't start a car without battery power!
    • Inexpensive & reliable.
  4. Easy to install:

    • 1. Remove the negative battery cable from your battery.
    • 2. Install switch on the negative post of your battery.
    • 3. Attach battery cable to the switch, and you are done!
  5. Easy to use:

    • Once installed, requires no tools to disconnect battery.
    • To connect battery power, firmly hand-tighten knob.
    • To disconnect battery power, loosen the knob.
    • To discourage unauthorized use while vehicle is stored, parked, or when traveling, completely remove the knob (on BBDC101).
  6. Duty Rated:

    • For 6-24 volt batteries, drawing up to 125 amps.
    • NOTE: These battery disconnects are designed to be used with only 1 battery. Semi-trucks, some commercial equipment, or vehicles that use multiple batteries, will draw too much amperage through these disconnect switches and may cause them to fail.

Car Show Judge Approved! For show car owners concerned about judging, these quick-disconnects are accepted by most, if not all, car show judges as a necessary safety feature. Some judging standards actually award points to those using our quick-disconnect switches. For example, the National Corvette Restorer's Society will award you 3 points!

The alternative of not using a disconnect switch.

  1. A vehicle in storage or not used for a prolonged period of time will drain your battery faster than if you disconnected your battery cable. This is because parasitic devices continuously draw power from your battery. Devices like: clock, radio display, computer, etc. Not to mention the interior lights that forgot to get turned off!
  2. If you work on your vehicle without disconnecting your battery, you run the risk of a short circuit, burning a wiring harness, the chance of damaging expensive electrical or computerized equipment or personal injury. Don't do it!
  3. A commercial alarm system is not only expensive, but expensive to install. And who really pays attention to those annoying, blaring alarms anyway?
  4. A commercial alarm system can be difficult to install if you do it yourself. Or expensive to install if you have someone else do it.
  5. Who wants to get out the tools, spend the time, and get dirty disconnecting their battery cable every time they park their car, work on their car, or put it in storage? Not only that, by continuously disconnecting your battery cable, you run the chance of damaging the soft-lead battery posts and cable clamps.

For maximum battery life and vehicle security, our Quick-Disconnects can be used in conjunction with our Storage Chargers. Simply connect the charger to the battery terminal side of the disconnect switch.

Battery Quick-Disconnect Switches (Knife-Blade Type)

Battery Quick Disconnect Switch Knife Blade
  • Part # BBDC301 (Top-Post Battery Mount) - $6
  • Part # BBDC401 (Side-Post Battery Mount) - $8

One simple device does a lot:

  1. Eliminates battery drain while vehicle is in storage:
    • Disconnects battery from devices that continuously draw power from your battery, even with engine turned off.
  2. For safety when servicing your vehicle:

    • With battery disconnected, you can safely work on your vehicle without the worry of sparks or a short circuit.
    • Eliminates the chance of damaging expensive electrical or computerized equipment.
  3. As an anti-theft device:

    • You can't start a car without battery power!
    • Inexpensive & reliable.
  4. Easy to install:

    • 1. Remove the negative battery cable from your battery.
    • 2. Install switch on the negative post of your battery.
    • 3. Attach battery cable to the switch, and you are done!
  5. Easy to use:

    • Once installed, requires no tools to disconnect battery.
    • To connect battery power, open the lever.
    • To disconnect battery power, close the lever.
  6. Heavy-Duty Rated:

    • Lever made of quality, solid copper.
    • For 6-24 volt batteries. 250 Amp continuous, or 700 amp surge capacity @ 12V.
    • Higher rating than knob type disconnect switches.
  7. Full-Year Warranty

Car Show Judge Approved! For show car owners concerned about judging, these quick-disconnects are accepted by most, if not all, car show judges as a necessary safety feature. Some judging standards actually award points to those using our quick-disconnect switches. For example, the National Corvette Restorer's Society will award you 3 points!

The alternative of not using a disconnect switch.

  1. A vehicle in storage or not used for a prolonged period of time will drain your battery faster than if you disconnected your battery cable. This is because parasitic devices continuously draw power from your battery. Devices like: clock, radio display, computer, etc. Not to mention the interior lights that forgot to get turned off!
  2. If you work on your vehicle without disconnecting your battery, you run the risk of a short circuit, burning a wiring harness, the chance of damaging expensive electrical or computerized equipment or personal injury. Don't do it!
  3. A commercial alarm system is not only expensive, but expensive to install. And who really pays attention to those annoying, blaring alarms anyway?
  4. A commercial alarm system can be difficult to install if you do it yourself. Or expensive to install if you have someone else do it.
  5. Who wants to get out the tools, spend the time, and get dirty disconnecting their battery cable every time they park their car, work on their car, or put it in storage? Not only that, by continuously disconnecting your battery cable, you run the chance of damaging the soft-lead battery posts and cable clamps.

For maximum battery life and vehicle security, our Quick-Disconnects can be used in conjunction with our Storage Chargers. Simply connect the charger to the battery terminal side of the disconnect switch.

Battery Terminal Anti-Corrosion Washers (fits top-post batteries)

Battery Anti-Corrosion Washers
  • Part # BBTACW1 (pair) - $4

These anti-corrosion protectors stop unwanted battery corrosion from developing around battery terminals and battery cables, making these surfaces impenetrable to corrosion-causing acid fumes.

Battery Terminal Anti-Corrosion Felt Washers:

  • Help prevent corrosion.
  • Suitable for top-post batteries.
  • Extend the life of batteries & terminals.
  • Provide better battery cranking ability.
  • Chemically treated with NCP-2™ (no corrosion product).
  • Long-lasting formula does not dry or evaporate.
  • Environmentally safe.
  • Made in USA.

Easy To Install:

  1. Remove battery cables; negative (-) cable first.
  2. Clean battery terminals before installation.
  3. Place terminal protector between battery cable and battery terminal.
  4. Reconnect battery cables; positive (+) cable first.
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