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Probably best to make your own. Definitely recommend getting a portable battery powered jumper so you can jump your own car in a pinch. Something like this (there are tons of them on Amazon, get one that works for you).
If you are car camping, I would recommend getting a car starter with a battery pack built in. NOCO Boost Sport GB20 400 Amp 12-Volt UltraSafe Portable Lithium Car Battery Jump Starter Pack for Up to 4-Liter Gasoline Engines https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B015TKPT1A/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_CVY2ZHY498MVMJTJASZS
I saw a video once mention this JUMPER but to your point I guess this wouldn't help to open the frunk etc if you can't get into your car to get it.
Although it is most useful for others, a jump pack is a good thing to have. I use a larger amp unit at work for construction equipment but they stay charged for a long time.
NOCO Boost Sport GB20 400 Amp 12-Volt Ultra Safe Portable Lithium Car Battery Jump Starter Pack for Up to 4-Liter Gasoline Engines https://www.amazon.com/dp/B015TKPT1A/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_m14BFbFZGVH9B
I drive a 2018 Honda Fit EX. I remember we left the car at the parking lot for more than a month and the car wont start. We went and order a battery jumper and got the car to start again. After that I drive it on the highway for an hour and a half. Everything is fine since. This is what we order from amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B015TKPT1A/ref=cm_sw_r_apa_i_PPCZEb3QJ2DPN
Didn't drive the 2018 Honda fit EX for a month and the battery was completely drain. Bought a NoCo GB20 and was able to jumpstart the car. I drove it on the highway and nothing went wrong. Went back to the parking lot and turn off and on the car it was fine.
I got this for my hybrid. Fits neatly in the armrest storage.
For next time, something like this is a handy thing to own:
There are cheaper ones on Amazon - that was just the first one that popped up in a search.
I bought one of these (after my 12v battery died without warning):
I've never been able to actually test it so I'm just hoping that it works when needed. I keep it in the cubby in the hatch area.
I proactively replaced mine after 4 years. I keep one of these in my car just in case.
NOCO Boost Sport GB20 500 Amp... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B015TKPT1A?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
For battery charging and conditioning I use this.
They have a jump starter also.
One of those Li-ion jump start packs would work to power the release solenoid. https://www.amazon.com/NOCO-GB20-UltraSafe-Lithium-Gasoline/dp/B015TKPT1A/
They're kind of handy to have around anyway.
I have this NOCO Boost Sport GB20 500 Amp 12-Volt UltraSafe Lithium Jump Starter Box: https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B015TKPT1A/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_dl_RAWV7RC9ETZJ2Y1MNP21?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Then you’ll want a portable jump pack instead of a charger. Something more like this you keep it plugged in to the car so it charges while you’re driving so you have essentially a back up battery with you.
Most jump starters and chargers are universal, due to the fact that almost all passenger cars run on a 12 volt system. The main difference between the chargers is essentially the speed at which they charge. That’s the amp rating, the example you gave is a 1 amp charger which is basically a tickle charger, the slowest kind but it’s easiest on the battery. If you were dead set on something that plugs into the wall you’d want something like this a maintainer and jump starter. This one has adjustable amperage so you could trickle charge or jump start if you need to and it turn the trickle charge on and off as the battery needs hence the maintaining part, but it is quite a bit more expensive.
The bike should still be under warranty, so bring it back to the dealership you bought it from. Ensure that it has the proper CCA for what your bike requires.
A quick google search shows that the Scout Sixty from 2015-2018 uses a battery with 210CCA, and the 2019 uses a 245CCA battery
Also, once the acid is loaded into the battery, it SHOULD be charged before being used, however a dealership will 99% of the time just throw the acid in and let you run it. This greatly kills battery life, too. Whatever the case, I hope you can figure it out. For me, the no-brainer answer is to either replace the battery or get a small jump pack.
This is the one I bought:
I think the only way to test it is to disconnect one of the leads to the (not dead) 12v battery and then attach this device. I haven't tried that.