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Introduction & Contents


Introduction Einführung


Introduzione Introducción


Introdução Indledning


Inleiding Inledning


For over thirty years Ring Automotive has been synonymous as a global innovator, manufacturer and supplier of market leading automotive aftermarket and car accessory products.


Powering is Ring Automotive’s range of products designed to provide portable power for all travel requirements, within and around vehicles.


Today the Ring Automotive Powering range has expanded to included SmartChargers, Standard Battery Chargers, Inverters, PowerPacks, Booster Cables and Multisockets.


Products such as the SmartChargers for charging and maintaining the life of car batteries provide practical and immediate solutions for motorists.


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Battery Chargers Ring Battery Chargers BasicCharge StandardCharge WorkshopCharge


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SmartChargers SmartCharge Pro Battery Analysers & Testers


As we spend more time in our vehicles for work and leisure, Inverters and Multisockets meet the demand from motorists to improve their comfort on journeys.


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Inverters PowerSource MP:75 Mininverter E:Can Inverters MP:120 Compact Digital PowerSource High Wattage PowerSource 12v Professional PowerSource 24v Professional PowerSource 12-24v Converters


2 Ring Automotive Limited +44 (0)113 213 7389


All products where applicable conform to the WEEE directive (Waste Electrical and Electronic waste regulations 2006) - 2002/96/EC.


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PowerCharger Rechargeable Travel Solar Power Car2Charge CarStarter


+44 (0)113 231 0266


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