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BusPro Series chargers utilize individual transformers and microprocessors for both low and high volume battery charging applications. This allows each channel to work independently and charge the battery correctly and in a timely manner. The BusPro-620s has a 5 amp per channel maximum with a 220 volt AC input. This unit has two LED lights per channel to visibly indicate whether the unit is connected, charging, topping off, completed charging, or a bad or reverse connection. The BusPro-620s prevents overcharging and removes sulfation by means of a micro-controlled pulse current.
- ADDITIONAL NOTES
- 5 amp per channel maximum with a 230 volt AC input.
- Utilizes two LED lights per channel to visibly indicate: 1) Battery is connected, charging, and is less than 70% charged. 2) Battery is connected, charging, and is at least 70% charged. 3) Battery is fully charged and being maintained at that level. 4) Ba
- Prevents overcharging and removes sulfation by means of a micro-controlled pulse current.
- Does not include AC plug or receptacle so it can be adapted to work in many areas of the world.
- Capable of being mounted on a shop wall to help reduce clutter and free up vital floor space. Heavy duty wall mounting brackets and 6' leads per channel come standard.
- Will not overcharge/overstress battery
- Up to three BusPro units can be daisy chained to one another via integrated 3 prong power outlet on unit, utilizing only one wall outlet.
- Completely automatic "smart" charging with advanced circuitry enables station independent, safe charging that automatically adjusts the voltage/current relationship in order to maintain the battery at full charge.
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Hi again. One more: What is maximum output (A) during the 'desulphation' stage? i.e. 5A maximum output, but is desulphation stage limited to less? Some intelligent chargers supply 1.5A for desulphation stage. This is very important for our decision.Hi Nigel, thank you for contacting us. When the BusPro detects sulfation in the battery, it switches the micro pulse charging to a lower duty cycle. Because it uses a digital pulse charge, it isn't really limiting current in the traditional sense, just changing the way that current is applied. This allows it to quickly and effectively desulphate batteries automatically. Hope this helps!Date published: 2018-06-12
Good Day. BUSPRO-620S: 1) Is there protection from short circuit in the event of the + & - battery clamps touching each other? 2) Where can one purchase this unit in South Africa?Thanks for reply. One more: During desulphation stage (pulse), will output still reach 5A if the battery requires? Some chargers have a 'repair' (desulphation) stage, but only a max of about 1A so battery recovery is very slow.Date published: 2018-06-07
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