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POWER BOOSTER AND MEMORY SAVER IN ONE DEVICE

USING AN OBD-L ADAPTER CABLE!

The battery business is evolving from being seasonal to a year-round business. The jump starter with OBD-L Memory Saver adapter cable is a must-have tool. 

(OBD on-board diagnostics, the standardised interface for diagnostic devices; L = LED display)  

Practical accessories are the be-all and end-all in the professional battery business.

With the new adapter cable OBD-L, the Banner Power Booster PB12 and PB12/24 also becomes a memory saver. This means that you’ve got 1 device with 2 functions and only one battery to recharge periodically.

 

The unanimous view in the large workshop test:

“In our workshops, the mechanics do every battery change with an external power supply. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a relatively new start-stopper or a 15-year-old used car.”

 

Unbeatable user benefits:

This means that when the battery is disconnected, no more error codes are stored – that would otherwise have to be retrieved later and deleted, no more vehicle data are lost, no more radio codes are lost, the electronic immobiliser causes no problems, etc. …

 

All these problems can be easily avoided by using the Banner Power Booster in combination with the OBD-L adapter cable and the external external voltage . It’s really great, it makes work a lot easier and saves labour - time that’s difficult or impossible to charge to the customer! This makes work much more productive and rational for our mechanics and for all users.”

The unanimous view in the large workshop test:

“In our workshops, the mechanics do every battery change with an external power supply. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a relatively new start-stopper or a 15-year-old used car.”

 

Unbeatable user benefits:

This means that when the battery is disconnected, no more error codes are stored – that would otherwise have to be retrieved later and deleted, no more vehicle data are lost, no more radio codes are lost, the electronic immobiliser causes no problems, etc. …

 

All these problems can be easily avoided by using the Banner Power Booster and the external voltage retention. It’s really great, it makes work a lot easier and saves labour - time that’s difficult or impossible to charge to the customer! This makes work much more productive and rational for our mechanics.”

Banner tip

The OBD-L Memory Saver adapter cable is a useful addition to the two Banner Power Boosters PB12 and PB12/24. In principle, it’s compatible with any power source (power supply unit) that has a cigarette lighter socket (12V DC).

 

OBD-2 (also called OBD2, OBD-II, OBD II or EOBD*) refers to the second-generation standardised on-board diagnostic system.

Mandatory in the European Union for all passenger cars with petrol engines from the first registration 01/01/2001 and for all diesel vehicles from 1/01/2004 .

*The EOBD is the European version of the American OBD-2. Although the term „EOBD“ is not an official term (the EU Directive only refers to OBD), most European vehicle manufacturers use the term EOBD to achieve a clear linguistic distinction from the US OBD-2.

Before changing the starter battery, always

  • connect the OBD-L adapter cable to the power booster.

    It’s easy via the 12V DC connection on the booster.

     

    Banner tip: The round 12V socket (power outlet) is usually located at the front left in the upper area of the jump starter, possibly covered by a black protective cap.

  • Connect the power booster to the OBD socket using the OBD-L adapter cable and plug.

    To save all vehicle settings and data.

    The location of the OBD connection in a particular car, sometimes hidden by covers, can usually be quickly found in the owner's manual for the vehicle. Or through an online search of the internet.

    There are also apps and online services that will hopefully provide the correct answer when you enter the make and model.

    It is mandatory for the OBD interface to be located within one metre of the driver’s seat. Therefore, it is always placed in the passenger compartment, not in the engine or luggage compartment. It is often integrated into or under the dashboard on the driver’s side or near the centre console.  

  • Switch on the power booster

    Now the voltage maintenance is activated and the battery can be changed.

     

    Please note: The ignition of the car stays switched off, so there’s no need to start the engine!

     

    After the battery has been replaced, switch off the booster, disconnect the OBD plug from the vehicle’s OBD port and disconnect the 12V DC connector from the booster.

    For all other important info, see the HOW-TO video: changing the car battery – here’s how to do it!

  • ADAPTERKABEL OBD-L AN DEN POWER BOOSTER ANSCHLIESSEN
  • POWER BOOSTER MITTELS ADAPTERKABEL OBD-L AN DIE OBD SCHNITTSTELLE ANSCHLIESSEN
  • JETZT IST DIE SPANNUNGSERHALTUNG GARANTIERT
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