Saturday, February 22, 2014

Pocket Power Plus Starting a 1989 F150

I wanted to know if a Solutions from Science Pocket Power Plus could start my 1989 F150.  Three starts later, the unit still reports a full-charge.  Here are few snapshots of the first test.

This is what the package looks like, it has just about every adapter you could need.


This is the pocket power plus, sitting in front of the battery.  Notice how small the unit is.


The adapter is heavy duty and has beefy clips. 


All hooked up and ready to start!


After the first start, we still have a full charge!




3 comments:

Dan said...

What was the cost? What's the specs on this particular unit (volts, mAH, operating temperature)?

Dan said...

What was the cost? What's the specs on this particular unit (volts, mAH, operating temperature)?

Dan said...

Something else which is also interesting, the EC3 connectors are rated for 60 continuous amps and EC5 are rated for 120 continuous amps. Not sure what they are rated for 5 (?) second bursts ... But I guess it's okay because it started the trunk 3 times.