Booster PAC ES580 with PreHeat Function

We have introduced a new Booster PAC model, Model No. ES580, 12 Volt Lithium Jump Starter, which incorporates a PreHeat mode for improved performance in cold temperature starting situations. This easy-to-use, switch-activated mode heats the battery to make it better able to respond to the starting demand needed in cold temperatures. Simply activate this feature in cold weather and it will automatically preheat the battery and light a green LED to let you know you’re ready to jump start.

Beyond its PreHeat™ capability, the ES580 is an ideal shop tool, combining robust jump starting power with numerous features that deliver utility and convenience, including its dual USB outlets to power small electronics, its 12 Volt power supply capability and its high intensity LED work light to aid with nighttime starting and other emergency situations.

With 700 Peak Amps and 330 Start Assist Amps of starting power, the ES580 can tackle a wide variety of starting tasks in numerous application environments, including automotive, marine, light truck, agricultural and fleet starting. It incorporates numerous features to make jump starting safer for the operator and vehicle being serviced, including reverse polarity protection, backfeed protection, over-voltage protection, short circuit protection and overheat protection.

The ES580 utilizes UL-approved lithium battery cells and adds convenience features to extend its capabilities. It features two USB outlets to power small electronics. Also included is a 12 Volt Female Adapter, allowing it to power accessories from its 12V 10A output or be used as a memory saver when changing out a vehicle battery. Charging is easy with the included AC charger and its automatic charging routine. The unit comes packaged in a convenient zipper case for easy transport and storage.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Jack says:

    Very informative, except you did not have a price on this product. Thank you.

  2. jimohara says:

    Jack – Because we sell through distribution, we do not control the final costs of the product at the point of purchase. As such, we typically do not quote cost, since what we would quote is MSRP, which is usually higher than the price typically seen on the street. Thanks, Jim from Clore Automotive

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