Rescue Mate 400A On-Board Jump Starter
A dead or weak battery is one of the most common causes leading to vehicles becoming stranded. The OzCharge Rescue Mate onboard jump starter ensures that your car or boat is equipped to combat flat batteries when they strike. With one press of a button you’re back on your way. The Rescue Mate provides you with ultimate peace of mind and ensures that you, your vehicle, make it to the destination.
Connect and Forget
Once the Rescue Mate is installed there is no reliance placed upon the user. The Rescue Mate is automatically maintained by the alternator while the engine is running so that it’s always kept at full charge. Within minutes of the engine running the RM400i is fully charged. The Rescue Mate will hold charge for 4-6
Safe and Easy to Use
No jumper leads, no sparks and no mechanical knowledge required. With a simple push of a button you’re back on your way. In the instance of a flat battery the Rescue Mate will illuminate the dash mounted LED button. Once the button is engaged the Rescue Mate delivers the starting battery the required power to start the vehicle. The entire starting process can be achieved without leaving the driver's seat.
Powering the Emergency Service
Australian Emergency Services have opted for the fitment of the OzCharge Rescue Mate onboard jump-starter as standard equipment in their fleet. The Rescue Mate is perfect for vehicles and vessels that are required to run additional electrical accessories. With zero maintenance and unrivalled reliability the Rescue Mate is the smart solution to combat flat batteries and ensure you get to your destination.
What's In The Box
- OzCharge RM400i Jump Starter
- Battery Cable - 400mm
- Remote Switch / LED extension cable - 4m
- User Guide & Warranty Information
Input Voltage 1 - 15.5 VDC Starting Current 400 AMPS (Peak) Battery Type 12 Volt Lithium-Titanate Charge Times 2-3 minutes Recommended Engine Size Up to 4.0 Litre Petrol & Gas
Up to 2.0 Litre Diesel
Dimensions 180mm x 190mm x 40mm Weight 1.4kg Warranty 2 Years