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TOL8039: BATTERY CHARGER VCA-1215

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  • Description: 7-Stage Automatic Battery Charger
    Features: This is a fully automatic battery charger which features seven charging stages.
    Seven stage charging is a very comprehensive and accurate charging process that gives your battery longer life and better performance compared to using traditional chargers.
    Seven stage chargers are suitable for most battery types including Calcium, Gel and AGM batteries. They may also help restore drained and sulphated batteries. Automatic charging protects your battery from being overcharged.
    The Seven Stages are:
    1. De-sulfation
    The De-sulfation stage may break down sulphation that occurs in batteries that have been left flat for extended periods of time, returning them back to full charge. Sulphation occurs when lead-sulphate hardens and clogs up the battery cells.
    2. Soft Start
    A preliminary charge process that gently introduces power to the battery. This protects the battery and increases battery life.
    3. Bulk (Constant Current)
    Bulk mode charges the battery at the maximum rate (constant current) putting a large amount of power into the battery in a short amount of time. This stage will charge the battery to approximately 80%, until the voltage reaches 14.4 volts.
    4. Absorption (Constant Voltage)
    The charge rate slows down so the battery can absorb more power and reach 100% charge. The voltage remains at a constant 14.4 volts while the current is gradually reduced until no more power can be added without over-charging the battery.
    5. Battery Test
    An automatic battery test is conducted immediately after the absorption stage. The test monitors the voltage for 90 seconds to determine if the charge was successful.
    6. Recondition
    The battery reconditioning function is initiated automatically in the case that the battery fails the battery test (stage 5). Failing the battery test indicates that the absorption stage was unable to fully charge the battery. The recondition mode will then begin to introduce a low constant current for a period of 4 hours. Then the charger will go into float charging mode. This recondition stage can recover batteries from a deeply discharged state increasing performance and battery life.
    7. Float
    The float stage maintains the battery at 100% charge without overcharging or damaging the battery. This means the charger can be left connected to the battery indefinitely, when the battery is not in use.
    Specifications:

    • Charger Type: 7-Stage Automatic

    • Input Voltage: 220-240 V / 50-60 Hz

    • Input Power: 415 W

    • Output Voltage: 12 V DC

    • Output Current: 15 A

    • Minimum Start Voltage: 2 V
    Battery Range:

    • Deep Cycle: 100-300 Ah

    • Types of Batteries: Most types of lead acid batteries including Calcium, Gel, and AGM
    Dimensions:

    • Length: 215 mm

    • Width: 115 mm

    • Height: 62 mm

    • Weight: 1.25 kg
    Standard Pack Quantity: 1
    Brand: GA,
    Product Line: Battery Charger,
    Copyright: © Roy Gripske & Sons Pty. Ltd. 2017. All rights reserved.

  • Freight costs may vary to your location, please see your local dealer for freight prices to your area.

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