QUALITY POWER INVERTERS & BATTERY ACCESSORIES

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For the best in battery accessories, turn to Powertron Battery Co. for all you need. Based in Santa Ana, California, we offer a wide array of products, including power inverters, chargers, and batteries.

Wheelchair Batteries:

  • EVX12340 34AH Deep Cycle with Core – $75.90
  • EVH12390 39AH Deep Cycle with Core – $80.00

Jet Ski Batteries:

  • Jet Ski Batteries, Lead-Acid – $40.45
  • Jet Ski Sealed Lead-Acid – $79.95

Home Alarm Batteries:

  • 12-Volt, 4.5-Amp – $18.95
  • 12-Volt, 7.2-Amp – $21.48
  • Optima Batteries Available 6-Volt with Core – $139.90

Noco Genius™ Multipurpose Chargers

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Wicked small and smart, Noco Genius Multi-Purpose Chargers come in many different styles. The G750 is a five-step, fully automatic, switch-mode battery charger and maintainer, best for small battery applications from 1.2-30Ah, such as charging your motorcycle, ATV, jet ski, or snowmobile. In addition, the G750 can effectively maintain any 6-volt or 12-volt batteries in larger applications, including cars, RVs, boats and trucks. It cost only $28.95!

Energizer™ & Power-Bright Cup Inverters & Power Inverters – The World’s Smallest Cup Inverter™

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This 120-watt model allows you to power mobile devices in your car, boat, or RV. The cup inverter is ultra compact, plugging into your vehicle’s cigarette lighter socket or attaching to a car battery. It fits securely in most vehicle’s cup holders, and with four USB ports and one standard North American outlet, you can run and charge up to five devices at once, keeping you connected wherever you go! It’s available for a special low price of $29.50.

500W Power Inverter

Run your AC electrical devices with the 500-watt Power Inverter. It plugs into your cigarette lighter or connects directly to a car battery to power laptops, cell phone chargers, and small electronic devices. You can also charge USB devices directly from USB charging ports. With this inverter, you’ll never be left without power when you need it! Get power on the go for a special low price of $43.50! Many more inverters are available; simply call for pricing.

Product List:

  • 12-Volt, 4.5-Amp – $18.95
  • 12-Volt, 7.2-Amp – $21.48

Guest Mobility Battery Chargers:

  • Portable 24-Volt, 3-Amp – $64.90
  • Portable 24-Volt, 5-Amp – $79.99
  • Portable 24-Volt, 8-Amp – $99.99

Del Tran Battery Tender Chargers

  • Battery Tender 12 volt 1.25 amp
  • Battery Tender 12 volt 5.0 amp
  • Battery Tender 6 volt 1.25 amp
  • Del Tran Battery Chargers maintain sealed, maintenance-free, AGM or flooded lead-acid batteries. It is one of the most advanced battery chargers available.

Solar Battery Chargers by NOCO Battery Life +

The BLSOLAR2 is a 2-watt, ultra-low profile, thin-film solar battery charger and maintainer. It’s best for maintaining 12-volt batteries found on motorcycles, ATVs, tractors, lawn mowers or snowmobiles, and suitable for maintaining all types of lead-acid batteries, such as wet, gel, MF and AGM. Completely waterproof and weatherproof, it’s ready for use outdoors and provides up to 180mA (18A) charging current to protect against accidental reverse battery drain. The thin-film technology allows for optimal performance in low-light, cloudy, and overcast conditions. It’s available for only $22.90!

POWER INVERTER FAQ SECTION

What is a Power Inverter?

There are two basic types of power: DC (direct current) and AC (alternating current). AC power is found in power lines and is what most of us have in our homes. DC power is the kind of current produced by batteries. Not all devices work using DC power, so you can’t just plug any old computer or other electronically powered device into a battery and expect it to work. This is where the power inverter comes in. A power inverter converts energy from DC current to AC current.

Reason to buy a Power Inverter?

If you plan to use a battery to power many electronic devices, you may want to invest in a power inverter. In the event of a natural disaster or long power outage and you want to be able to power up your home with backup power, a power inverter is often an important component. When hooked up to a battery which is charged by a running car engine, generator, solar or wind power, the inverter makes the electricity usable by the majority of electronic devices. Power inverters are also used when setting up solar panels off the grid, and also play a role in a recreational vehicle’s electric set-up.

What size Inverter should I buy?

Inverters are classified based on the wattage or amount electricity you’ll need it to process. The size of the inverter that you’ll need depends on the electronic devices you’ll be hooking up. Then, determine the power consumption of the devices. Finally, you should get an inverter that can handle a bit more than what you anticipate you’ll want to use. You’ll also notice that inverters list continuous watts and the peak capacity. This is because some appliances have a larger start-up need than they consume when running. For example, a drill uses more power to start than continuously when running.

What is the difference between a 12 Volt & 24 Volt Power Inverter?

The difference between these two types of inverters is the type of battery they’re intended for. A 12-volt inverter is intended to be used with a 12-volt battery, and a 24-volt power inverter is intended to be hooked up to a 24-volt battery. While 12-volt batteries are typically found in cars, 24-volt batteries are used in trucks, other large vehicles, and industrial motors.

What type of Battery should I use? Automotive or Deep Cycle?

This depends on your needs and how much power you’ll be consuming. For using a small inverter for short amounts of time (30 – 60 minutes), an automotive battery is fine. You can start the engine and run it for about 10 minutes every hour in order to recharge the battery. For higher consumption of power, above 500 watts, it’s better to use a deep cycle battery that has a higher capacity. In any case, you’ll need to recharge this battery as well, taking care to keep track of the depletion of the battery. The engine or source supporting the battery should be run every hour or so for about 10 minutes to maintain the charge.

BATTERY CHARGERS FAQ SECTION

What are Battery Chargers?

Battery chargers are devices used to recharge a battery with power. Most auto batteries or deep cycle batteries can be recharged many, many times during their lifetime. Battery chargers put electricity or power into the battery where it is stored for later use.

Reason to buy a Battery Charger?

A battery charger can be helpful for many reasons. For example, for those who have cars that are in storage or not used very often, a battery charger can be indispensable. If the car is not used, the battery may lose power and need charging in order to start the car. In this case, a battery charger can give the battery enough power to start the car. There are other deep cycle batteries used to power recreational vehicles, wheelchairs, jet skies, and other applications. A battery charger can help you easily recharge your battery rather than having the battery serviced or purchasing a new battery.

What size battery charger should I buy?

When looking to purchase a battery charger, you’ll need to determine the type of battery you have first. You’ll need to make sure the battery charger and battery are compatible. Most battery chargers can be used with several different types of batteries, although Gel Cell batteries are not always compatible with other battery chargers. Next, you should determine the amps you’ll need. The size you would like really depends on how fast you’ll need to charge the battery. A more powerful battery charger will get your battery charged quickly. Lower powered chargers also get the job done, but may need upwards of 10 hours to completely charge a battery that holds 100 amp hours.

When should I charge my battery instead of replacing it?

When you purchase your battery, check the life expectancy. This will help you gauge how long you can expect the battery to function properly before needing to replace it. You should be able to recharge your battery many times over its life expectancy. As long as your battery seems to be functioning properly, it’s ok to charge it. Check to make sure your battery is in good working condition. Be sure there is no corrosion on the plugs, and inspect the casing for warped or bulging. If there is any corrosion, proceed with cleaning it off. If the battery appears swollen, the battery may not be safe to recharge. You’ll need to have it checked first. Additionally, keep track of how long the battery holds its charge. Make sure that the battery is depleting at a rate that seems normal for how much it’s being used. If the battery seems to be losing its charge too quickly, it may be time to get a new battery. When in doubt, you may consider getting your battery checked or performing some basic tests on the battery to ensure it is in good working condition. All batteries reach the end of their lives and need to be replaced at some point. If you perform frequent maintenance and take good care of your battery, it should last you quite a while and be able to retain a charge many times.

WHY CHOOSE POWERTRON

60 Years of Knowledge in the Industry

Exceptional Customer Care

Best Prices in OC for Batteries

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Spent about 2 hours looking for a battery for my Honda element everywhere else was charging almost 120 bucks. Then I came across this little gem battery was 58 bucks plus the service was 10 bucks and the staff was honest and nice I even got a free pen! Thanks guys keep up the good work.

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