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Lithium Ion Battery Charger - any recommendations

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PhilipM
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2020/01/13 14:09:50 (permalink)

Lithium Ion Battery Charger - any recommendations

As my car is essentially off the road from around end November/beginning of December till whenever all the salt is off the roads - usually the end of April, I'm looking for a Lithium Ion battery charger to keep the battery in shape while it sits in the garage.
 
I see Ctek do a Lithium XS charger which would fit the bill if I could find a supplier locally.
 
Does anyone else have any recommendations?

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    tscaptain
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    Re: Lithium Ion Battery Charger - any recommendations 2020/01/13 16:26:42 (permalink)
    Second page of this thread
     
    https://www.porscheclubgb.com/forum/tm.aspx?m=1038646&mpage=2
     
    may help.

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    Re: Lithium Ion Battery Charger - any recommendations 2020/01/14 06:59:20 (permalink)
    It does. Thanks.
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    Re: Lithium Ion Battery Charger - any recommendations 2020/01/14 23:22:48 (permalink)
    The CTEK Lithium XS is rebranded to and supplied as factory to McLaren which all come with intelligent Lithium batteries - which brings its own woes!!
    Luckily my car was supplied with one from new and lives on it most times- it does look exactly the same as the CTEK but with a rather expensive sticker on it!!

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    Re: Lithium Ion Battery Charger - any recommendations 2020/01/16 21:02:59 (permalink)
    Hi all, first time poster here so please accept my apologies in respect of my lack of knowledge.  I recently took delivery of my 992 but haven't had much opportunity to drive it hence Ive just gone and bought the Porsche charge o mat for it.  Am I right in thinking it can be charged from the 12v socket which Ive located in the front near side footwell area or do I need to buy the clamp adapters? Thanks
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