HPMJ Emergency Car Starter Gets CE Certified for Safe Usage

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HPMJ Co. Ltd., produces various emergency car starters. The A1, F1, Z1, G4 and G5 series have passed CE certification. They are also non-spillable lead acid batteries, 12V DC 14AH specifications, and safety-guaranteed.

The emergency car starter G4 and G5 series offers 100V to 240V charging power, enough juice to restart 4 to 8 cylinder 6500cc petrol vehicles or 2500 to 3000cc diesel vehicles. Internal tests show on average, a single car starter can start a 2000cc vehicle 100 times. Others include the upgraded F1 and A1 series, which both have voltage monitoring functions, as well as models to hook up to a solar panel for charging. The F1 series also allows for charging on vehicles. The diverse functions that HPMJ offers makes it convenient when choosing the right product for ones' needs.

The Z1 series not only combines all the above functions, but also has a reverse polarity protection, which emits beeping sounds when the wrong alligator clip is used. Even non-professional users can use them safely. The Z1 also comes with LED lights, and can last for up to 50 hours, which is useful for camping, or powering up booths in night markets, or providing additional lightning during repairs in closed areas. It's a handy tool for outdoor workers, as this patented product combines many functions under one hood.

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When automobile batteries run out of power drivers usually require the help from other vehicles to jump start their cars and head to the nearest repair shop to swap out the dead battery, a HPMJ representative said. Non-professionals are more likely to connect the reverse polarity to the battery, causing more damage or burn the battery and wind up spending more money. HPMJ's reverse polarity protection battery jumper cable allows drivers to avoid snapping on the wrong polarity; when they do however, the mechanism behind the product will emit beeping sounds to inform the driver. As jump- Starting a battery requires a sharp burst of power, HPMJ also has upgraded the cable with better material that handles higher cranking amps, and is also flexible enough for easy storage. The clamps are patented and CE and FCC certified.

Aside from emergency car starters, HPMJ also makes cables and jumper cable alligator clips, which make up 80% of the domestic vehicle repair and maintenance market share. The high-performance lead acid emergency car starters developed by HPMJ can be used to restart beach ATVs, trucks and 24V large-sized vehicles.

For more information, contact HPMJ by phone at 886- 4-2693-7677 or their website at www.hpmj.com.tw