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Battery, Starter, and Charging System Load Tester
Item Number: EQP60446038C
Price:   $2,197.76* *

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An automated battery testing unit that uses no dirty, maintenance-prone carbon piles. Just enter the discharge current, press the “start” button and the 6044 will perform the BCI battery test automatically giving the most accurate means of testing a battery. Testing for the alternator and starter has also been automated, simplifying the use of this very versatile electrical tester.

The 6044 also comes with external voltage leads which can be used to record the maximum and minimum voltage readings allowing for easy testing of electrical systems (including testing differential voltages). The unit also comes with a detachable inductive pickup (6043) which can be used to read current throughout the electrical system. The tester will also record the minimum and maximum current values turning many two person operations into a single, individual job.


  • Easy-to-read LED voltmeter and ammeter 
  • 500 Amp safety clamps with “Flexi-Spring” and patented side terminal adapters
  • Separate light gauge high impedance test leads with alligator clips for tight spots
  • Detachable industrial inductive amp probe with degaussing button
  • Cart can be purchased separately
  • Automated testing of: 
    • Battery 
    • Alternator
    • Starter
  • Max/Min of Current and Voltage 
  • Microprocessor based control board protected from reverse connections; plus heavy duty conformal coating to protect from moisture and dirt
  • Testing of 24V electrical systems
  • Automated 500A fixed load
  • Heavy-Duty, tilt-back cart with Adjustable Top Plate
    • Two Deep Storage Trays
    • 8” wheels


  • Battey, Starter, and Charging System Load Tester
  • Inductive Amp Clamp
  • Mobile Cart


Twelve (12) month limited

Product Specification

Load500 A
AmmeterDigital 999 A LED
VoltmeterDigital 0-45.0 V LED
Leads8' 4 AWG
Clamps500 A
Weight (approx)62 lbs.

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