FBNRG0140FR0A00

Quick NRG Battery Chargers

Quick NRG Battery Chargers

Description

The Quick NRG Battery Chargers include multiple outputs to charge more groups of batteries.

Features

  • Universal AC supply input for 83V, 264V and 45 - 66 Hz
  • Short circuit, overloading, output overvoltage and overheating protection
  • Integrated output fuse inside battery charger
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$360.00
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Features

  • Three stage charging - bulk phase, absorbtion phase, float charge
  • High efficiency
  • Multiple outputs in order to charge more groups of batteries
  • Differentiated charging for open or sealed liquid electrolite, gel or AGM batteries
  • Integrated output fuse inside the battery charger
  • Capacity of supplying full power with low AC mains voltage
  • Low residual ripple on output
  • Universal AC supply input - 83V - 264V, 45 - 66 Hz
  • Compatible with the generators
  • Short circuit, overloading, output overvoltage and overheating protection
  • Can work in a wide range of ambient temperatures
  • Variable speed of the cooling fan
  • EN 60335-2-29_EMC Class EN 55022
  • B- FCC Title 47 Part 15 Subpart B Class B
  • 3 Year Warranty
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