Peak adjust in all modes
Auto fast charging (battery testing throughout the charge) (.1-8A)
Reflex charging with soft start (avoid false peaks) (.1-8A)
Discharge with switch off, or charge mode programable (.1-5A, 1-12 cells)
Format (regenaration of NiCd or NiMh)
Easy charging (like a millenium or similar charger) (0.1-6.5A)
Lead battery charge (0.1-5A)
Lithium Ion charge (0.1-3A)
Lithium- Tadiran charge (0.1-3A)
Glow Starter charge (.1-6A)
Just one battery at a time (Schulze has two)
Discharge current may be increased by using a ceramic resistor.
The software accepts that value (Ohm) in ordr to plot the correct graph and calculate remaining capacity.
If you look at the Schulze specs, they are very very similar.
The price may be much more interesting and the quality is about the same.
Design "this has to work, doesn't have to look good" style
If you go to the http://www.orbitronic.de
site, they have the manual in PDF where you can check all the details about the different programs.
It's the exact same manual that I have.
There's a section telling you how to make the cable to connect to the PC, and the software is downloadable.
That may reduce the price even further if you make your own serial cable.