Jump-N-Carry JNC660 Jump Starter Operator’s Manual
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Jump-N-Carry JNC660 1700-Amp peak 12 Volt Jump Starter
The Jump-N-Carry JNC660 1700 Peak Amp 12 Volt Jump Starter from Clore Automotive is a favorite piece of equipment for automotive service garages, car dealerships, towing operations and busy fleet service facilities.
This is a powerful, portable and versatile jump starter that can handle challenging conditions, like extremely cold weather or multiple jump starts.
Able to deliver multiple jumps per charge, the JNC660 packs a heavy-hitting 1700 peak amps (425 cranking amps) of starting power. It features auto recharging circuitry for hassle-free recharging. Its Clore PROFORMER battery is specifically designed for vehicle jump starting, enabling it to deliver exceptional power, jump after jump.
This jump starter has a built-in automatic charger that will never get lost. It can provide continuous beneficial charging, so you can keep the unit in an “always-ready” state for immediate use.
The JNC660 features 46″ heavy-duty #2 AWG welding cable leads to provide easy access to dead batteries even when vehicles are parked in tight, hard-to-access spots. Its industrial-grade clamps provide efficient transfer of power to disabled vehicles.
The JNC660 is perfect for a variety of applications, including automotive shops, fleet service and auto dealerships, as well as auto auctions, marinas, implement dealerships and more. It provides versatility, adaptability and proven performance in a lightweight package.
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(PDF) OPERATOR’S MANUAL in English (EN), Spanish (ES) and French (FR) languages.
– Safety Information
– Battery Status Gauge
– Jump Starting Instructions
– 12 Volt DC Power
– Performance and Temperature
– Testing The Battery
– Battery Replacement and Disposal
– TROUBLESHOOTING / FAQs:
Q: What should I do if the Jump-N-Carry will not hold a charge?
A: Load test the battery. After fully charging the battery (see “Recharging” section), apply a 100 amp load (through the clamps) to the unit for a period of 6 seconds, while monitoring the battery voltage. The battery is good if the voltage at the end of the load is 9.5 Vdc or higher.
Q: What is the ideal use for the Jump-N-Carry?
A: The Jump-N-Carry performs strongly when a vehicle’s battery needs an extra boost because a light or radio was left on, or when a vehicle has been sitting for a long period of time. The Jump-N-Carry will start vehicles without any other batteries present, but the primary use is for an extra boost.
Q: Will the Jump-N-Carry start every vehicle?
A: No. In addition to a dead battery, a car may have other mechanical problems that would prevent the Jump-N-Carry from starting the vehicle.
Q: How often should I recharge the Jump-N-Carry?
A: To maximize battery life, charging after every use is recommended. The Jump-N-Carry should not be left in a discharged state. The battery in the Jump-N-Carry has no memory problems and should not be treated as a rechargeable tool (cordless drills, camcorders, etc.).
Q: How many jump starts can I get from the Jump-N-Carry before recharging?
A: A large number of factors affect this answer, including the following: the length of time for each jump start, the charge level of the original battery, the length of time between jump starts, the temperature of the vehicles being jump started (winter cold makes for difficult starting), the size of the engines (4-cycl, 6-cycl, 8-cycl, etc.), the mechanical condition of the engine and starter, and more. These factors must all be weighed on an individual basis before an accurate answer can be given. It’s feasible to get 10-30 starts (individual’s results will differ) from a single charge, but this violates the rule of immediate charging after every use.
Q: After jump starting, can I leave the unit hooked to the battery to recharge the Jump-N-Carry while the engine is running?
A: No. Attempting to recharge the Jump-N-Carry by this method is not recommended. Vehicle alternators output anywhere from 25-125 amps. This charging rate greatly exceeds the recommended recharging rate for Jump-N-Carry. Charging by this method will result in overcharging the Jump-N-Carry battery, and may void the product warranty.
Q: What accessories can be used in the optional 12 volt outlet?
A: Any accessory up to 12 amps can be powered by the Jump-N-Carry. This unit is equipped with an automatic reset circuit breaker, should the current exceed 12 amps. At the same time, this limits any recharge current through the 12-volt outlet to 12 amps. One can power almost any 12-volt tool or accessory (examples: impact wrenches, fans, radios, cellular phones, navigation equipment, camcorders, emergency power, trolling motors, coolers, small refrigerators, etc.).
Q: Can the Jump-N-Carry battery be replaced?
A: Yes, call Technical Service at (913) 310-1050 (U.S.).
Q: Can the Jump-N-Carry be recycled?
A: Yes, the environment was one of our main concerns in the development and design of the Jump-N-Carry. Most battery outlets can dispose of this product at its life’s end. In fact, your Jump-N-Carry contains a sealed, non-spillable lead acid battery and proper disposal is required by law. See Battery Removal and Disposal Instructions.
Q: I have a regular 10 amp battery charger, can I use it to recharge the Jump-N-Carry?
A: No, only the methods reviewed in the “Recharging” section should be used.
Q: Is the Jump-N-Carry goof proof?
A: No, jump starting instructions must be followed. Read and understand all safety and operating instructions in this manual and those found in the owner’s manual of any vehicle being jump started before using your Jump-N-Carry.
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