Batteries Have Changed - Has Your Charger?
Introducing Snap-on’s Battery Charger Plus
KENOSHA, Wis. – May 19, 2009 – Looking to put
a “jolt” into your battery charging business?
Snap-on’s Battery Charger Plus (EEBC500) is the
industry standard when it comes to charging
batteries. This hi-tech yet rugged machine
has everyone “amped” up about its many benefits.
“With all the power-drawing accessories on
late model vehicles, like heated seats and DVD
players, today’s batteries have more demand on
them then ever before,” said David Brekke,
category manager for Snap-on. “Snap-on’s
new Battery Charger Plus will charge today’s
batteries properly, plus it has a flash
The Snap-on Battery Charger Plus (EEBC500)
- Adaptive – Standard automotive, deep-cycle,
AGM and Gel Cell batteries each require a
different charging cycle.
- Versatile – Charges 6, 12 and 24-volt
batteries with 4, 15 and 60-amp charging
- Convenient - GFCI outlets for auxiliary
power; handy storage compartment for battery
- Smart - Fully automatic operation;
microprocessor controlled algorithms
optimize the charge cycle without
- Powerful – 300-amp engine starting power.
- Hi-Tech – Exclusive flash reprogramming
power supply maintains consistent
- Informative - Digital display: voltage
percent of charge and alternator percent of
- Professional - Rugged streamlined design.
- Serviceable - Negative and positive leads
can be replaced in the field.
Customers can find out more about the Snap-on
Battery Charger Plus (EEBC500) by contacting
their local Snap-on franchisee, visiting
or by calling toll free 877-SNAPON-2
About Snap-on Tools
Snap-on Tools Company, LLC is a leading global
innovator, manufacturer and marketer of tools,
diagnostics and equipment solutions for
professional users. Product lines include hand
and power tools, tool storage, diagnostics
software, information and management systems,
shop equipment and other solutions which are
used by technicians and professionals at vehicle
dealerships and repair centers and in the
marine, powersports and aviation industries.
Snap-on is one of the largest non-food franchise
companies in the world, selling its products
through more than 4,000 franchisees worldwide
and through company-direct sales and over the
Internet. Snap-on Tools is a subsidiary of
Snap-on Incorporated, which was founded in 1920
and is a $2.8 billion, S&P 500 company
headquartered in Kenosha, Wis. For additional
information on Snap-on, visit