CTEK XS 0.8 12V 800mA Battery Charger


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CTEK XS 0.8 12V 800mA Battery Charger, 5 year warranty

Compact, powerful 12V charging

Our smallest 12V charger

The XS 0.8 uses state of the art technology for charging smaller batteries on motorbikes, jet skis, ATVs and lawnmowers.

The XS 0.8 is CTEK’s smallest 12V charger and it’s suitable for charging smaller batteries as well as maintenance charging normal sized car batteries. The XS 0.8 is a compact, fully automatic 6 step charger that delivers 0.8A and charges 12V batteries from 1.2 to 32Ah and maintenance charging up to 100Ah. It’s simple to use and you can follow the whole charging process on the clear, easy to read display.


  • Fully automatic ‘connect and forget’ 6 step charging
  • Patented maintenance charging up to 100Ah for longer life batteries
  • Charges 12V batteries from 1.2-32Ah
  • Patented desulphation function
  • 5-year warranty



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Brand CTEK

GTIN 7350009568258

Warranty Period: 5 Years

Product Category Battery Chargers

Model XS0.8

Net Weight (kg) 0.4

Ambient Temperature -20˚C to +50˚C

Battery Capacity 1.2–100Ah

Voltage 12V

Insulation Class IP65

Back Current Drain Corresponding to less than 1Ah/month

Input 220–240VAC, 50–60Hz, 0.2A max

Battery Types All types of lead-acid batteries, 12V, WET, MF, Ca/Ca, AGM, GEL

Output Current Rating (Amps) 0.8

Start Voltage 2.0V

Output System Voltage 12V

Output 14.4V, 0.8A max

Dimensions 145 x 55 x 38 mm (L x W x H)

Charger Voltage 12V


CTEK 8 Step Charging


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  • What size battery charger do I need for my lead acid battery I have in my camper?

    A good battery charger rule of thumb for charging a lead acid battery, is using a charger with output current (amps) of 10-20% of the battery total stored capacity (Ah).

    So, for example if the battery is 12V 100Ah, the charger need to be minimum of 10A and maximum of 20A.  Often splitting the difference at 15% (so a 12V ~15A charger) is a good option. Happy charging!


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