HX3613 - Battery Charger for 36Vdc, 13 amps system
Battery chargers from the HX series are designed to maintain the exact voltage needed by lead-acid or nickel-cadmium battery for optimal performance. These chargers use the SCR technology and have an automatic equalization mode.
The control circuit protects your battery against surcharge and limits the output current under short-circuit conditions.
Although very economic, these chargers have very important features including, quality of the DC output signal, full rate power and quick adjustment.
A digital display, allowing reading voltage and current output of the charger, can also be use for the setup of the charger.
Dry contacts are available as an option for remote alarm indication.
The output stability of this model is improved. For input voltage variation of ±10%, the output voltage is regulated at ± 0.4%.
The reliability of the Enertec Battery Charger is why we offer a two year warranty.
- Very safe and reliable
- Secure for the battery
- Fully automatic operation
- Fast, precise & unique setup
- Stability of the calibration
- Short circuit & over current protection (no disconnect need at crank)
- Full charge time optimization
- Tough and durable design
- Useful current/voltage display
- Very reliable, 2 year warranty
- Very competitive price
- Breaker & switch at power input
- Low voltage & reverse polarity indicators
- Low inrush at start
- Very low variation of the output voltage vs input voltage
- Gradual decrease of current according to the load of the battery
- Contact set for low battery voltage alarm
- Compensation circuit for the voltage lost in the wires battery connection
- Set at factory according to the battery type used
- Standard models available the same day
- CSA certified
Upon loss of charge, the charger increases the current to its maximum capacity. Voltage is then decreased to keep the maximum current value constant, for as long as it takes to reach the equalization voltage.
Once the equalization voltage is reached, the current decreases gradually to reach the current limit of the equalization mode, which is 50% of the maximum value of the charge.
At this level of charge, voltage drops to the value of floating voltage.