Visit quickcable.com for more information. You're a roadside service professional. Its one of the coldest days of the year and you're out jump starting vehicle after vehicle with a Rescue Portable Power Pack in your service vehicle. After so many starts, its starting to lose juice and performance. Try this!
The new Rescue In-Cab Charging Cord. In between jump starts, This will keep your jump pack charging and ready for the next job. The Rescue In-Cab Charging Cord is labeled and color coded for input/output and has an LED indicator which shows current is flowing to the unit. Its current limiter technology will keep the unit from overloading making it safe to use.
Specially Engineered for emergency and road service vehicles, the New Rescue In-Cab Charging Cord works with all Rescue Portable Power Packs. For more information on Rescue products, visit quickcable.com It's Current Limiter Technology allows you to safely charge your Rescue portable power pack using the 12V cigarette plug while protecting your service vehicle. If the power pack battery is very low, the difference between the power pack's battery voltage and your vehicle voltage could draw enough current to overheat the vehicle's accessory wiring and blow fuses. (You're basically making a toaster with your accessory wiring) Remember, accessory wiring in your truck is nowhere near as heavy as the cables connecting your alternator to your battery. By incorporating a current limiter in-line between the vehicle and the power pack -- it allows plenty of current to recharge the power pack's battery, but not enough to damage the vehicle.