|November 16, 2016|
Heavy Duty Industrial, Marine, and Military 24 Volt Battery Wheel Chair Chargers for use in 24 Volt, 32 Volt and 36 Volt systems
The following table describes the display of LED lights at different stages of charging:
Q: Can I leave the battery continuously on the charger?
A: Yes, the charger will go into "maintenance mode" and keep the battery topped off.
Q: Can I draw power from the battery when the charger is connected?
A: Probably. . . There is some pulsing going on with the charger which your equipment might not be happy with (it is a pulse-charger, 1 second pulses with 20mS gaps), but if you combine this with the battery the battery will fill in the gaps, so the ripple is no more than it would see in an automotive application.
Q: If I discharge the battery while the charger is attached will the charger maintain a full charge?
A: Yes, When the charger detects that the battery voltage has dropped it knows that the battery needs to be charged and goes into "bulk charge" mode again automatically.
Q: Can the charger be left connected to the battery when the charger is not turned on, or when the input voltage of the charger has been cut off?
Charging 24 Volt wheel chairs, bicycles, and scooters in 24V and 36V systems.
Fully automatic without intervention.
Output short circuit and battery polarity protections. Input low voltage and high voltage connections.
Charging 24 volt batteries from a 24V or 36V vehicle.
Charging 24 volt trolling motor batteries from a 24V or 36V boat.
Four stage charge--constant current, constant voltage, fill, and float. This charges your battery the fastest way possible without damaging the battery. It is suitable for any size 24 volt lead acid battery.
Model PBCD180-32-24 in-car wheelchair chargers. DC Input Voltage 20-45V Charging Voltage 24V Nominal, 27.2 volt maximum. Maximum Charging Current 9A Charging method: taper charge. Protections (1) Input and output polarity protect (2) Output short circuit protect (3) Over temperature protect