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12V 20A Automatic Battery Charger for LiFePO4 Li-ion Battery

  • 12V 20A Automatic Battery Charger for LiFePO4 Li-ion Battery
  • 12V 20A Automatic Battery Charger for LiFePO4 Li-ion Battery
Model No.︰FX
Brand Name︰FX
Country of Origin︰China
Unit Price︰US $ 2.5 / pc
Minimum Order︰10 pc
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Product Description

Product Description

12V 20A Automatic Battery Charger For LiFePO4/Li-ion Battery

Brief Description:

12V 20Amps intelligent battery charger is designed for lithium or lead acid battery, input with worldwide 110 to 230Vac and rated output voltatge is 12 Volt 20 amps. Smart max charging voltage is 14.7V for lead acid type batteries and 14.4 / 14.6V for LiFePO4 batteries. Intelligent 4 steps charging with pre-charge, CC, CV and floating or automatic cut-off, this charger will charge your batteries with very fast speed, with high efficiency and pretect your battery life maximumly. Aluminum housing, light weight and portable.

 

Features:

Advanced high frequency switching mode power supply technology.

DC output isolated from AC input.

Auto worldwide Input 110 / 230Vac(90 ~ 264Vac), 50Hz~60Hz.

Charging parameters are insensitive to the AC input line voltage variations.

Completely automatic battery charging: Pre-charging, CC, CV, Absorption, Float or Cut-off.

2 LEDs: LED1 Red (power on), LED2 Red / green (charging/full)..

Possibility to customize charging curve for request.

Protections: Short circuit, Over-voltage, Over-temperature, Reverse Polarity.

Efficiency > 90%.

Forced ventilation with fans.

100% full load burn-in test.

Aluminum casing, light weight, portable.

 

Technical Specs.:

1) Dimensions(LxWxH): 170 x 90 x 60 mm

2) Net weight: 1.5 KG

3) Max charging voltage(CV): 14.4 / 14.6 volts

4) Floating voltage: customized

5) Max output current (CC): 20 amps

6) Charging method: pre-charge, CC, CV, floating / trickle or shut off

7) AC input voltage: 110 - 240Vac

8) AC input freq.: 50 / 60 Hz

9) AC plug: customized by user's country

10) Output connector type: customized by applications

11) Enclosure: Aluminum

 

Output series: 360W      Size: 170×90×63 mm      Net weight: 1.5 KG
Input Model Apply to battery types Floating V CV (V) CC (A) Switching

 

AC Input:

110 / 230V

 

Frequency:

47~63HZ

 

VL1220L 12V LiFePO4 Battery   14.6V 20A CC5~8%
VL1220 12V Lead-acid Battery 13.5V 14.7V 20A CC20%
VL2412LM 24V Li-MnO2 Battery   29.4V 12A CC5~8%
VL2412L 24V LiFePO4 Battery   29.2V 12A CC5~8%
VL2412 24V Lead-acid Battery 27.6V 29.4V 12A CC20%
VL3608LM 36V Li-MnO2 Battery   42V 8A CC5~8%
VL3608L 36V LiFePO4 Battery   43.8V 8A CC5~8%
VL3608 36V Lead-acid Battery 41.4V 44.1V 8A CC20%
VL4805LM 48V Li-MnO2 Battery   54.6V 5A CC5~8%
VL4805L 48V LiFePO4 Battery   43.8V 5A CC5~8%
VL4805 48V Lead-acid Battery 55.2V 58.8V 5A CC20%
VL6004L 60V LiFePO4 Battery   73V 4A CC5~8%
VL6004 60V Lead-acid Battery 67.5V 73.5V 4A CC20%
VL7203L 72V LiFePO4 Battery   87.6V 3A CC5~8%
VL7203 72V Lead-acid Battery 81V 88.2V 3A CC20%
Note: customized input / output / plug type / connectors are available.


Battery Knowledge

Q. What do the abbreviations MF, GEL and AGM mean?
A. Gel, AGM, Vlies, MF, Calcium/Calcium and Hybrid are abbreviations for different types of lead-acid batteries.

Q. What do the abbreviations LiFePO4, Li-ion, Li-MnO2 and LiCoO2 mean?

A. LiFePO4, Li-ion, Li-MnO2 and LiCoO2 are abbreviations for different types of lithium batteries, that means there batteries using different cathode materials. Different batteries have different charging voltages.


Battery Charger Knowledge

Q. What charger should I choose?
A. It depends on the type of battery, the capacity of the battery, the application and how much you are prepared to spend. Just tell us your battery information, DANL battery charger engineer will recommend the most suitable charger for you or customized by your batteries and applications.

Q. Can I charge several batteries in parallel?
A. The charger has no problem whatsoever of charging or maintaining several batteries, as long as they are connected in parallel. The charger sees the parallel connected batteries as one large battery. The sum of the capacity has to be below the recommendation for your model. Please note that there could be a high current between batteries when they are connected together, i.e. use high quality wiring.

Q. Can you really connect and then forget about the charger?
A. That depends on your batteries state and charger's type. Danl lead-acid battery chargers have maintenance mode(floating mode), charger charges with very small current at this mode, so you can forget about the charger but not exceed 24 hours. If your battery is lithium type and without BMS system, please don't forget the charger.
 

Payment Terms︰TT, L/C, D/A,D/P
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