PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL POWER STATION

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PPRH7DS / PPRH7DSGPROFESSIONAL DIGITAL POWER STATIONINSTRUCTION MANUALFUENTE DE ENERGÍA DIGITAL PROFESIONALMANUAL DE INSTRUCCIÓNEnglish Español SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.CONSERVE ESTE MANUAL PARA FUTURAS CONSULTAS. 2015 Baccus Global LLCBoca Raton, FL 33432(877) 571-239132PPRH7DS PPRH7DSG ManualENSP 043015.indd 32-1page 3pagina 16BC14/30/2015 10:34:12 AM

FEATURESCARACTERÍSTICASFEATURES1241. Built-in 120 volt AC charger (under protective cover)2. Rubber grip handle3. Jump-starter power switch4. Air hose and SureFit nozzle connector5. Storage compartment cover6. Nozzle adapters7. Positive ( ) red clamp8. LED area light9. Negative (–) black clamp10. Dual 120 volt AC outlets (under protective covers)11. Compressor power button12. Compressor pressure control button ( )13. LCD screen14. Area light power button15. Battery status button16. 12 volt DC accessory outlet (under protective cover)17. Inverter power switch18. Inverter power indicator19. Compressor pressure control button (–)20. USB power button21. USB charging port (under protective cover)22. AC extension cord23. 12 Volt DC charging adapter (may be sold separately)356CARACTERÍSTICAS1. Cargador de CA de 120 voltios incorporado (bajo cubierta protectora)2. Manija de goma3. Interruptor del puente auxiliar de arranque4. Manguera e SureFit conector para la boquilla5. Cubierta del compartimiento del almacenaje6. Adaptadores de boquilla7. Pinza roja del positivo ( )8. Luz de área LED9. Pinza negra del negativo (–)10. Se doblan los enchufes de la CA de 120 voltios (bajo cubiertasprotectoras)11. Botón de alimentación del compresor12. Botón de control de presión del compresor ( )13. Pantalla del LCD14. Botón de encendido de la luz de área15. Botón de estado de la batería16. Tomacorriente para accesorios de 12 V de CC (bajo cubiertaprotectora)17. Indicador de energía del inversor18. Indicador de energía del inversor19. Botón de control de presión del compresor (–)20. Botón de alimentación USB21. Puerto de carga del USB (bajo cubierta protectora)22. Cable de extensión CA23. Adaptador de carga de 12 voltios CC (puede venderse por separado)DIGITAL LCD SCREENPANTALLA DEL LCD DIGITAL79BATTERY ICONIcono de la batería81011171812131914152016DIGITAL DISPLAY (VARIES BY FUNCTION)Indicador digital (varía dependiendode la función)21232PPRH7DS PPRH7DSG ManualENSP 043015.indd 2-3BATTERY VOLTAGEINDICATORIndicador delvoltaje de la bateríaALARM ICONIcono de la alarmaCOMPRESSOR ICONIcono del compresor22USB ICONIcono del USBCOMPRESSOR PRESSURE INDICATORIndicador de presión del compresorJUMP STARTER ICONIcono del puenteauxiliar de arranque34/30/2015 10:34:12 AM

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmfulinterference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. Theselimits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, usesand can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference toradio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If equipment does causeharmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouragedto try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.Changes or modifications not approved by the party responsible for compliance could void user’s authority to operate the equipment.SAFETY GUIDELINES / DEFINITIONSDANGER: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.CAUTION: Used without the safety alert symbol indicates potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result inproperty damage.RISK OF UNSAFE OPERATION. When using tools or equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reducethe risk of personal injury. Improper operation, maintenance or modification of tools or equipment could result in seriousinjury and property damage. There are certain applications for which tools and equipment are designed. Manufacturer stronglyrecommends that this product NOT be modified and/or used for any application other than for which it was designed. Readand understand all warnings and operating instructions before using any tool or equipment.IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSREAD ALL INSTRUCTIONSWARNING: Read all instructions before operating power station. Failure to follow all instructions listed below mayresult in electric shock, fire and/or serious injury.GENERAL SAFETY WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONSWARNING: This product or its power cord contains lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer andbirth defect or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling. This unit was designed for household use only.WARNING: RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, BURST HAZARD, OR INJURY TO PERSONS OR PROPERTY Avoid dangerous environments. Don’t use appliances in damp or wet locations. Don’t use appliances in the rain. Keep children away. All visitors should be kept at a distance from work area. Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry. They can be caught in moving parts. Rubber gloves and substantial,non-skid footwear are recommended when working outdoors. Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair. Store idle appliance indoors. When not in use, appliances should be stored indoors in dry, and high or locked-up place – outof reach of children. Don’t abuse cord. Never carry appliance by cord or yank it to disconnect from receptacle. Keep cord from heat, oil, and sharpedges. Disconnect appliances. Disconnect the appliance from the power supply when not in use, before servicing, and whenchanging accessories. Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) protection should be provided on the circuits or outlets to be used. Receptacles areavailable having built in GFCI protection and may be used for this measure of safety. Use of accessories and attachments. The use of any accessory or attachment not recommended for use with this appliancecould be hazardous. Refer to the accessory section of this manual for further details. Stay alert. Use common sense. Do not operate this equipment when you are tired or impaired. Check for damaged parts. Any part that is damaged should be replaced by the manufacturer before further use. Do not usetool if switch does not turn it on and off. Contact the manufacturer at (877) 571-2391 for more information. Do not operate this appliance near flammable liquids or in gaseous or explosive atmospheres. Motors in these toolsnormally spark, and the sparks might ignite fumes. Never submerge this unit in water; do not expose it to rain, snow or use when wet.4PPRH7DS PPRH7DSG ManualENSP 043015.indd 4-5 To reduce risk of electric shock, disconnect the unit from any power source before attempting maintenance or cleaning.Turning off controls without disconnecting will not reduce this risk. This equipment employs parts (switches, relays, etc.) that produce arcs or sparks. Therefore, if used in a garage or enclosedarea, the unit MUST be placed not less than 18 inches above the floor. Do not use this unit to operate appliances that need more than 5 amps to operate from the 12 volt DC accessory outlet. Do not insert foreign objects into the USB port, the 12 volt DC accessory outlet or the 120 volt AC outlet.SPECIFIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR CHARGING THIS UNIT IMPORTANT: This unit is delivered in a partially charged state. Fully charge unit with a household extension cord for a full 40hours before using for the first time. You cannot overcharge the unit using the AC charging method. To recharge this unit, use only the built-in AC charger or the supplied DC charging adapter (may be sold separately). All Power switches should be in the OFF position when the unit is charging or not in use. Make sure all switches are in the OFFposition before connection to a power source or load.EXTENSION CORDS:WARNING: Use of improper extension cord could result in a risk of fire and electric shock. When using an extension cord,make sure that the pins of the extension cord are the same number, size and shape as those in the charger; and be sure to useone heavy enough to carry the current your product will draw. An undersized cord will cause a drop in line voltage resulting inloss of power and overheating. The following table shows the correct size to use depending on cord length and nameplateampere rating. If in doubt, use the next heavier gage. The smaller the gage number, the heavier the cord.MINIMUM GAGE FOR CORD SETSTotal Length of Cord in 15.2m)(15.2-30.4m)(30.4-60.9m)(60.9-91.4m)Ampere RatingExtension Cord Length0’-25’26’-50’51 ’-100 ’101’ -150 ’MoreNot moreThanThanAmerican Wire Gage (AWG)0 -  6181616146101816141210 121616141212 161412Not RecommendedVolts120VWhen an extension cord is used, make sure that: a) the pins of extension cord are the same number, size and shape as those in the charger, b) the extension cord is properly wired and in good electrical condition, c) the wire size is large enough for the AC rating of the charger.CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE: Pull the extension cord by the plug rather than the cordwhen disconnecting from the built-in 120 volt AC charger or the AC outlet.CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF PROPERTY DAMAGE WHEN CHARGING USING THE 12 VOLT DC METHOD: Recharge using this method only when necessary. Frequent use the the 12 Volt DC charging method may shorten battery life. DO NOT EXCEED 6 HOURS CHARGING TIME USING THIS METHOD.SPECIFIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR JUMP STARTERSWARNING: BURST HAZARDDo not use the unit for charging dry-cell batteries that are commonly used with home appliances. These batteries may burstand cause injury to persons and damage property. Use the unit for charging/boosting a lead-acid battery only. It is not intendedto supply power to a low-voltage electrical system other than in a starter-motor application. Use of an attachment not supplied, recommended or sold by manufacturer specifically for use with this unit may result in arisk of electrical shock and injury to persons.WARNING: RISK OF EXPLOSIVE GASES Working in the vicinity of a lead acid battery is dangerous. Batteries generate explosive gases during normal batteryoperation. For this reason, it is of the utmost importance that each time before using the jump-starter you read this manualand follow instructions exactly.54/30/2015 10:34:13 AM

To reduce the risk of battery explosion, follow these instructions and those published by the battery manufacturer andmanufacturer of any equipment you intend to use in the vicinity of the battery. Review cautionary markings on these productsand on the engine.CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE: NEVER ATTEMPT TO JUMP-START OR CHARGE A FROZEN BATTERY. Vehicles that have on-board computerized systems may be damaged if vehicle battery is jump-started. Before jump-starting,read the vehicle’s owner’s manual to confirm that external-starting assistance is suitable. When working with lead acid batteries, always make sure immediate assistance is available in case of accident or emergency. Always have protective eyewear when using this product: contact with battery acid may cause blindness and/or severe burns.Be aware of first aid procedures in case of accidental contact with battery acid. Have plenty of fresh water and soap nearby in case battery acid contacts skin. Never smoke or allow a spark or flame in vicinity of vehicle battery, engine or power station Stay clear of fan blades, belts, pulleys, and other parts that can cause injury to persons. Remove personal metal items such as rings, bracelets, necklaces and watches when working with a lead acid battery. Alead acid battery can produce a short circuit current high enough to weld a ring, or similar metal object, to skin, causing asevere burn. Do not wear vinyl clothing when jump-starting a vehicle. Friction can cause dangerous static-electrical sparks. Be extra careful to avoid dropping a metal tool onto the battery. It might spark or short-circuit the battery or anotherelectrical part and could cause an explosion. Jump-start procedures should only be performed in a safe, dry, well-ventilated area. Always store battery clamps when not in use. Never touch battery clamps together. This can cause dangerous sparks, powerarcing and/or explosion. When using this unit close to the vehicle’s battery and engine, stand the unit on a flat, stable surface, and be sure to keep allclamps, cords, clothing and body parts away from moving vehicle parts. Never allow red and black clamps to touch each other or another common metal conductor — this could cause damage to theunit and/or create a sparking/explosion hazard.a) For negative-grounded systems, connect the positive (red) clamp to the positive ungrounded battery post and the negative(black) clamp to the vehicle chassis or engine block away from the battery. Do not connect the clamp to the carburetor, fuellines or sheet-metal body parts. Connect to a heavy gage metal part of the frame or engine block.b) For positive-grounded systems, connect the negative (black) clamp to the negative ungrounded battery post and thepositive (red) clamp to the vehicle chassis or engine block away from the battery. Do not connect the clamp to thecarburetor, fuel lines or sheet-metal body parts. Connect to a heavy gage metal part of the frame or engine block. If the clamps are connected incorrectly with regard to polarity, the backlit LCD screen will display the empty battery icon. The“ ” and”–” signs and the Alarm Icon above the empty battery icon will flash and the unit will sound a continuous alarm untilthe clamps are disconnected. Disconnect the clamps and reconnect to battery with correct polarity. Always disconnect the negative (black) jumper cable first, followed by the positive (red) jumper cable, except for positivegrounded systems. Do not expose battery to fire or intense heat since it may explode. Before disposing of the battery, protect exposed terminalswith heavy-duty electrical tape to prevent shorting (shorting can result in injury or fire). Place this unit as far away from the battery as cables permit. Never allow battery acid to come in contact with this unit. Do not operate this unit in a closed area or restrict ventilation in any way. This system is designed to be used only on vehicles with a 12 volt DC battery system. Do not connect to a 6 volt or 24 voltbattery system. This system is not designed to be used as a replacement for a vehicular battery. Do not attempt to operate a vehicle that doesnot have a battery installed. Excessive engine cranking can damage a vehicle’s starter motor. If the engine fails to start after the recommended number ofattempts, discontinue jump-start procedures and look for other problems that may need to be corrected. Do not use this jump starter on a watercraft. It is not qualified for marine applications. Although this unit contains a non-spillable battery, it is recommended that unit be kept upright during storage, use and recharging.To avoid possible damage that may shorten the unit’s working life, protect it from direct sunlight, direct heat and/or moisture.WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE: Do not operate near flammable materials, fumes or gases. Do not expose to extreme heat or flames.CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE: Disconnect appliance plug from inverter outlet before attempting any repairs to the appliance. Do not attempt to connect the inverter while operating your vehicle. Not paying attention to the road may result in a seriousaccident. Always use the inverter where there is adequate ventilation. Always turn the inverter off when not in use. Keep in mind that this inverter will not operate high wattage appliances or equipment that produce heat, such as hair dryers,microwave ovens and toasters. Do not use this inverter with medical devices. It is not tested for medical applications. Operate inverter only as described in this Instruction Manual.SPECIFIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPRESSORSCAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE: Never leave the compressor unattended while in use.WARNING: BURST HAZARD: BURSTING ARTICLES CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY. Carefully follow instructions on articles to be inflated. Never exceed the recommended pressure listed in instructions on articles to be inflated. If no pressure is given, contact articlemanufacturer before inflating. Monitor the pressure at all times on the pressure gage.CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF PROPERTY DAMAGE:Do not operate compressor continuously for longer than approximately 10 minutes, depending on ambient temperatures, as itmay overheat.FIRST AID Skin: If battery acid comes in contact with skin, rinse immediately with water, then wash thoroughly with soap and water. Ifredness, pain, or irritation occurs, seek immediate medical attention. Eyes: If battery acid comes in contact with eyes, flush eyes immediately, for a minimum of 15 minutes and seek immediatemedical attention. LCD liquid crystal display: If liquid crystal comes in contact with your skin: Wash area off completely with plenty of water.Remove contaminated clothing. If liquid crystal gets into your eye: Flush the affected eye with clean water and then seekmedical attention. If liquid crystal is swallowed: Flush your mouth thoroughly with water. Drink large quantities of water andinduce vomiting. Then seek medical attention.SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONSINTRODUCTIONCongratulations on purchasing your new Stanley FatMax Professional Digital Power Station. Read this Instruction Manual andfollow the instructions carefully before using this unit.OVERVIEWCommon Actions and Unit ResponsesPress the LED Area Light Power Button.A beep will sound and the Area Light will turn on. The backlight will turn on for10 seconds (only). The LCD screen will continue to display the battery status andvoltage indicator. The LED Area Light remains on until switched off.Press the Battery Status Button.A beep will sound and the backlit LCD screen will display the battery status andvoltage indicator for 10 seconds before the unit automatically turns off.Press the USB Power Button.A beep will sound and the backlit LCD screen will display the battery status andvoltage indicator, as well as the USB icon, indicating the USB port is available.The unit remains on until the USB power button is pressed again to turn it off.Press the Compressor Power Button.A beep will sound and the backlit LCD screen will display the battery status andthe Compressor Icon and will alternately show the flashing pre-set psi value(that was last set using the compressor pressure control buttons) and the currentpressure of the item being inflated (which will light solid). If no further actionsare taken after 1 minute, the unit will display the battery status and voltageindicator for 10 seconds before automatically turning off.SPECIFIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR INVERTERSWARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK: Do not connect to AC distribution wiring. Do not make any electrical connections or disconnections in areas designated as IGNITION PROTECTED. This inverter is NOTapproved for ignition protected areas. Never immerse the unit in water or any other liquid, or use when wet.6PPRH7DS PPRH7DSG ManualENSP 043015.indd 6-774/30/2015 10:34:13 AM

Whenever the clamps are properlyconnected to a battery or the JumpStarter Power Switch is rotated to theON position If the clamp connections to thebattery’s positive and negativeterminals are reversed a one-second beep will sound every minute. The backlit LCD screen willdisplay the battery status and voltage indicator, as well as the flashing JumpStarter Icon. The unit remains on until the Jump Starter Power Switch is switchedback to the OFF position or the clamps are disconnected from the battery.The bars on the battery icon represent the capacity level of the unit’s internal battery. After 10 seconds, the backlight willshut off and the LCD screen will display the following to indicate that the unit is charging: the backlit LCD screen will display the empty Battery Icon. The Alarm Iconand the “ ” and ”–” signs above the Battery Icon will flash and the unit willsound continuously until the clamps are disconnected from the battery.When the unit is charging or the backlight will turn on for 10 seconds (only). The LCD screen will continuerecharging using the built-in 120 Voltto display the battery status. The bars on the battery icon will change fromAC Charger empty to solid (bottom to top) repeatedly.Note: The unit will automatically power off once ALL the functions are turned off.VIEWING BATTERY STATUSTo check the unit’s battery charge level, press the Battery Status Button. The Battery Icon will indicate the battery charge levelas follows: If the battery charge level is at full capacity, four solid bars will display. If the battery is partially charged, two or three solid bars will display. If the battery is nearly empty, one solid bar will display. The unit MUST be charged at this time or the unit’s built-in lowvoltage protection will activate. The empty battery icon and the backlight of the LCD screen will flash 10 times beforeautomatic shut down. If the Battery Icon displays four blank bars, the battery is completely empty. The unit will not operate until the battery isrecharged.CHARGING/RECHARGINGLead-acid batteries require routine maintenance to ensure a full charge and long battery life. All batteries lose energy from selfdischarge over time and more rapidly at higher temperatures. Therefore, batteries need periodic charging to replace energy lostthrough self-discharge. When the unit is not in frequent use, manufacturer recommends the battery should be recharged at least every30 days and after each use.IMPORTANT: If you attempt to use the unit when the unit’s battery charge level is too low, the unit will automatically shutdown. Recharge the unit with all other functions turned off as soon as possible.WARNING: Never attempt to use the AC and DC charging methods at the same time.Notes: This unit is delivered in a partially charged state – you must fully charge it before using it for the first time. Initial AC charge should be for 40 hours.Recharging battery after each use will prolong battery life; frequent heavy discharges between recharges and/or overcharging will reduce battery life.Make sure all other unit functions are turned off during recharging, as this can slow the recharging process.CAUTION: RISK OF PROPERTY DAMAGE: Failure to keep the battery charged will cause permanent damage and result inpoor jump starting performance.IMPORTANT: If you know the unit is discharged, but the battery icon displays four solid bars as if the unit is fully charged whenconnected to a charging power source, this may be due to the internal battery having high impedance. The manufacturersuggests leaving the unit charging for a period of 40 hours using the built-in AC charger before use.Charging/Recharging Using the Built-In 120 Volt AC Charger and AC Extension Cord1. Lift the protective cover of the built-in 120 volt AC charger located on the lower left front of the unit (refer to the Featuressection to locate). Connect an extension cord to the unit. Plug the other end of the cord into a standard 120‑volt AC walloutlet. When the unit is properly connected to an AC power source, the LCD screen will display the following (the screenwill be backlit): Area Light –BatteryStatusCompressor–USB8PPRH7DS PPRH7DSG ManualENSP 043015.indd 8-9Area Light –BatteryStatusCompressor–USBThe bars on the battery icon will change from empty to solid (bottom to top) repeatedly to indicate the unit is charging.2. Charge for approximately 40 hours or until the battery icon shows 4 solid bars.3. When charging is complete, unplug the AC extension cord from the AC outlet and then disconnect it from the unit.Note: The unit cannot be overcharged using this method.The unit will not charge if the inverter power switch is turned on.12 Volt DC Charging MethodThe DC recharging method will NOT recharge the unit as effectively as recharging from 120 volt AC. The 12 volt DC rechargingprocedure is recommended only when it is necessary, since frequent use of the 12 volt DC recharging procedure may shortenthe battery system’s life.Charging the unit from an external 12 volt DC power source requires the use of the 12 Volt DC adapter. This adapter has a maleDC connector at each end.1. Insert the large grooved tip of the 12 Volt DC Charging Adapter into the vehicle’s 12 volt DC accessory outlet or other12 volt DC power source.2. Insert the small silver colored tip into the 12 volt DC accessory outlet on the front panel of the unit (refer to the Featuressection to locate).3. Charge the unit until the battery icon shows full when the battery status button is pressed (with the adapter unpluggedfrom the unit). DO NOT CHARGE MORE THAN 6 HOURS MAXIMUM USING THIS METHOD.4. When charging is complete, remove the charging cord and store in a safe place.Notes: Some vehicles require that the ignition be switched to the accessory outlet position in order to power the accessory outlet.Do not leave the unit unattended when charging using the this method.CAUTION: RISK OF PROPERTY DAMAGE: NEVER connect this unit to a positive grounded vehicle using the 12 Volt DC Charging Adapter. The 12 Volt DC Charging Adapter must only be connected to batteries with a nominal output voltage of 12 volts. The unit willnot operate from a 6 volt battery and will sustain permanent damage if connected to a 24 volt battery.JUMP-STARTERThis unit is equipped with a jump starter power switch that allows energy to flow only when proper connections are made tobattery and frame. Take the following steps, observing all cautions and warnings in the “Important Safety Instructions” sectionat the front of this manual.1. Turn off vehicle ignition and all accessories (radio, A/C, lights, connected cell phone chargers, etc.). Place vehicle in “park”and set the emergency brake.2. Make sure the jump-starter power switch is in the off position.3. Remove jumper clamps from clamp tabs. Connect the red clamp first, then the black clamp.4. Procedure for jump-starting a NEGATIVE GROUNDED SYSTEM (negative battery terminal is connected to chassis)(MOST COMMON)4a. Connect positive ( ) red clamp to vehicle battery’s positive terminal.4b. Connect negative (–) black clamp to chassis or a solid, non-moving, metal vehicle component or body part. Never clampdirectly to negative battery terminal or moving part. Refer to the automobile owner’s manual.5. Procedure for jump-starting POSITIVE GROUND SYSTEMSNote: In the rare event that the vehicle to be started has a Positive Grounded System (positive battery terminal is connected to chassis), replace steps 4aand 4b above with steps 5a and 5b, then proceed to step 6.5a. Connect negative (–) black clamp to vehicle battery’s negative terminal.5b. Connect positive ( ) red clamp to vehicle chassis or a solid, non-moving, metal vehicle component or body part. Neverclamp directly to positive battery terminal or moving part. Refer to the automobile owner’s manual.94/30/2015 10:34:13 AM

6. When the clamps are connected properly, the unit will automatically turn on in jump-starter mode. The backlit LCD screenwill display the following to indicate the unit is ready to jump-start: Area Light –BatteryStatusCompressor–USBThe jump starter icon will flash to indicate the clamps are properly connected.IMPORTANT: If the clamps are connected incorrectly with regard to polarity, the reverse polarity connection alarm will soundcontinuously and the backlit LCD screen will display the following (the “ ” and”–” signs and the alarm icon above theempty battery icon flash): Area Light –BatteryStatusCompressor–USBDisconnect clamps and reconnect to battery with correct polarity.7. Turn the Jump-Starter Power Switch to ON.8. Turn ON the ignition and crank the engine in 5-6 second bursts until engine starts.9. Turn the Jump-Starter Power Switch back to the OFF position.10. Disconnect the negative (–) engine or chassis clamp first, then disconnect the positive ( ) battery clamp.WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE: FOLLOW ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOUND IN THE “SPECIFIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR JUMP STARTERS” SECTION OF THISINSTRUCTION MANUAL. Never touch red and black clamps together — this can cause dangerous sparks, power arcing, and/or explosion. Always turn the unit off when not in use.CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF PROPERTY DAMAGE: Vehicles that have on-board computerized systems may be damaged if vehicle battery is jump-started. Before jump-startingthis type of vehicle, read the vehicle manual to confirm that external-starting assistance is advised. Excessive engine cranking can damage

Working in the vicinity of a lead acid battery is dangerous. Batteries generate explosive gases during normal battery operation. For this reason, it is of the utmost importance that each time before using the jump-starter you read this manual and follow instructions exactly. PPRH7DS_