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BAE CB 12245A Dual Output 12VDC and 24VDC, 5A
Features: • Input: Single-phase 115 - 230 - 277 VAC • Output: Battery charging 12 VDC; 24 VDC (switch select) • Suited for the following battery types: Open Lead Acid, Sealed Lead Acid, lead Gel and Ni-Cd (option) • Automatic diagnostic of battery status. Charging curve IUoUo, constant voltage and current • Switching technology, output voltage 14.4 VDC / 28.8 VDC • Four charging levels: Boost, Absorption, Trickle, Recovery. • Protected against short circuit, reversed polarity, over load. • Signal output (contact free) for fault battery state • Protection degree IP20 - DIN rail mountable
CB12245A Battery Charger Technical Features The CB series battery chargers are designed with advanced multistage battery charging method, completely automatic and suited to meet the most advanced requirements of battery manufacturers. The Battery Care concept is base on algorithms that implement rapid and automatic charging, battery charge optimization during time, flat batteries recovery and real time diagnostic during installation and operation. The Real Time Autodiagnostic system, monitoring battery faults such as, elements in short circuit, accidental reverse polarity connection, disconnection of the battery, they can easily be detected and removed by help of Blink Code of Diagnosis Led; during the installation and after sell. Each device is suited for all battery types, by means of jumpers it is possible setting predefined curves for Open Lead Acid, Sealed Lead Acid, Gel, Ni-Cd(option). They are programmed for two charging levels, boost and trickle. A rugged casing with bracket for DIN rail mounting provide IP20 protection degree. They are extremely compact and cost-effective.
Charging Automatic multi-stage charging and real time diagnostic allow fast recharge and recovery of deep discharged batteries, adding value and reliability to the system hosting. Type of charging is Voltages and current stabilized IUoUo. The state of charging battery and Autodiagnosis of the systems are identified by a flashing code on a Diagnosis LED and Fault Battery LED: