PulseTech XC-PARALLEL Xtreme Parallel Battery Pulse Charger


  • Charges and maintains all 12-Volt lead-acid batteries
  • Extends battery life with desulfating pulses
  • Cannot overheat or overcharge the battery
  • Quick-disconnect allows you to use clamps or lugs
  • Five-Year Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty


XC-PARALLEL: Charge Multiple Batteries Connected in Parallel

Save yourself time and money with PulseTech’s Xtreme Charge Parallel. If you own an 18-wheeler, diesel pick-up, or even a large generator, you’re familiar with the hassle of charging two parallel-connected batteries. You either need to buy two chargers or spend twice as long charging them with one, right? Wrong!

The XC-PARALLEL is designed especially to charge 12V lead-acid batteries connected in parallel. You don’t even need to select a particular battery type or charge rate, because the microprocessor-controlled XC-PARALLEL automatically adjusts to provide whatever charge rate your batteries need. Xtreme Charge Parallel works on any type of 12-Volt lead-acid VRLA, AGM, or flooded battery.

Proprietary algorithms combined with microprocessor-controlled technology measure the battery’s voltage and current to automatically determine and deliver the precise charge rate based on the size and condition of the individual battery, both initially and continuously throughout the five-stage charge process.

Xtreme Charge is more than a battery charger and maintainer. During the maintenance cycle, PulseTech’s patented, optimized frequency pulsing constantly works to minimize and reduce naturally occurring battery sulfation, the main cause of battery failures. The quick disconnect feature allows you to permanently attach lugs to the battery and easily switch between lugs and clamps. The status light column shows you when the unit power is on, pulsing and charging. The battery light column indicates the percentage of the battery’s state of charge: 25%, 50%, 75%, or 100%.

More About Pulse Charging Technology:
To understand how pulse conditioning works, you need to know that batteries ‘wear out’ because the electrolyte inside them slowly crystallizes over time, building up lead sulfite deposits on the battery plates. These deposits effectively insulate the battery plates, making it harder and harder for the battery to create electrical current. Eventually, the battery will not hold enough of a charge to function properly. This photo shows the results of a 4-year test conducted by PulseTech, showing how pulse charging technology helps prevent this damaging buildup. After 4 years of every other day charging/discharging, the PulseTech charged battery plates still look almost new.

PulseTech pulse charging test

Additional information

Weight2.5 lbs