Question about Harley Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic Motorcycles
You have the four coloured lights to show battery state Red - irrecoverable; Orange - 3 to 6 Volts in the battery, Oximiser will attempt recovery; Yellow - 6 to 12 Volts in the battery, Oximiser will charge and and optimise and Green - Full charge, about 14 V, the Oximiser will maintain the charge.
On the left of this you have a Green light to show that the Oximiser is connected to the mains and on the right you have a Red light to show that you have connected the charging leads thewrong way around, i.e. the positive charging lead is on the negative terminal and the negative charging lead is on the positive terminal. This light should be off.
Posted on Dec 31, 2011
I went to the Oxford site and only found instructions for the Oximiser 900 but did find this at another site.
Simple 4 stage indicator lighting
Red light = battery irrecoverable
Orange light = battery in critical condition Oximiser will try to recover
Yellow light = battery low Oximiser will recharge and optimise
Green light = battery charged and ready to go
I hope this helps.
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