"As cliche as it sounds, our iOnBoost TORQUE Series is going to change the lithium-ion jump starter market."
Our new TORQUE Series was unveiled at the AAPEX/SEMA show in October 2019 to a highly receptive audience. Everyone that encountered the TORQUE Series was eager to learn about our new 4S battery and how it works.
In simple terms, the higher the voltage, the more output capability you have. Again, that is in the simplest terms, as you can't just ever-increase voltage when the system you're applying it to is limited to around 12V.
Ok, enough with the technical jargon, let's get down to the meat-and-potatoes of the TORQUE Series.
For the initial launch, there are two models: the iOnBoost TORQUE V8 (item #7505) and the iOnBoost TORQUE V10 (item #7507). As the names imply, one model is specifically designed to start gas vehicles up to V8, the other will start gas vehicles up to V10.
With the new diesel vehicles hitting the market, we've addressed those needs too. Jeep (3.0L), Range Rover (3.0L), Land Rover (3.0L), and Mazda (2.2L) all have diesel offerings in the USA.
Each one of the vehicles has different characteristics, but the TORQUE Series has been optimized to work with both diesel and gasoline engines.
The iOnBoost TORQUE V8 features 400A cranking (800A peak), while the iOnBoost TORQUE V10 offers 500A cranking with 1,000A peak.
Both models come with a semi-rigid case, copper SMART jumper cables, USB-C charging cable, and a 12VDC USB charger; the iOnBoost TORQUE V10 includes all of the aforementioned items, but comes with a 12V DC socket too.
Both models also feature Quick Charge 3.0 USB charging to optimize charging for your electronic devices.
Whether it's a single cyclinder engine, V6, V8, V10 all the way to small diesels, the iOnBoost TORQUE series will keep you #RoadReady.
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