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Quick NRG Battery Chargers

Quick NRG Battery Chargers
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SBC 700 NRG Battery Charger

Quick have been designing and producing battery chargers for around 25 years
and they have always kept a step ahead of market standards.

The SBC NRG series once again confirms their lead, implementing the most
technologically advanced solutions and taking particular care for the
improvement of energy efficiency. The benefits deriving from the new design
translate into reduced consumption,less generation of heat, limited acoustic
noise, less marked derating, and a more reliable system overall.

The SBC NRG Hi-power and Medium power models are equipped with a new user
interface including multi-language menus, and represent the most advanced
battery chargers for nautical use.

Features
  • 12V, 60 Amp, 3-Banks
  • Three stage charging - bulk phase, absorbtion phase, float charge
  • Multiple outputs in order to charge more groups of batteries (Electronic
    mosfet charge separator inside)
  • Differentiated charging for open or sealed liquid electrolite, GEL or
    AGM batteries
  • Integrated output fuses inside the battery charger (for each output)
  • Capacity of supplying full power with low AC network supply voltage
  • The possibility of using the battery charger as a power supply without
    batteries
  • Low residual fluctuation on output
  • Universal AC supply input 83V - 264V, 45-66 Hz
  • Compatible with the generators
  • Can work in a wide range of ambient temperatures
  • "Quick Smart Fan" system of optimized management of the cooling fans
  • Double cooling fan which guarantees air flow uniformity, as well as less
    noisiness and redundancy in case of malfunctioning
  • User interface (multi-language) that consist of a LCD display with 3
    buttons
  • Automatic and manual power derating
  • CAN BUS interface for data transfer
  • Possibility to connect up to three battery chargers of the same model in parallel, by means of digital control, for current sharing
  • EN 60335-2-29_EMC Class EN 55022
  • B- FCC Title 47 Part 15 Subpart B Class B
  • TAC RINA- Rules for the Classifications of Ships - Part C - Machinery,
    System and Fire protection -CH3
  • 3 Year Warranty
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Quick NRG Battery Chargers FBNRG0700FR0A00 NRG battery charger, 12V, 60 amp- 3 bank
$648.37
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