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DATAKOM SMPS-245 is fixed output voltage, current limited lead acid battery charger specially designed for permanent connection to genset starter batteries.
They maintain the batteries fully charged, without overcharging or gassing. Thanks to their continuous DC outputs they may also be used in a vide range of industrial applications where DC power is required.
When the battery voltage is below the float charge level, the charger provides constant current, nearly equal to the rated output current allowing a rapid recovery of the missing charge. When the battery voltage reaches the float level, the charger switches to constant voltage charge mode and maintains the battery fully charged, providing the maximum battery life.
The SMPS-245 is designed in switchmode technology. Their rugged design allows surviving in harsh electromagnetic environments found in automotive industry. The unit has overload and short circuit protections. This feature makes the units deliver only the rated current during engine cranking or a short circuit condition. They do not need disconnection during crank ing.
The high temperature protection of the unit reduces the output current in case of overheating. The low weight of the unit makes it ideal for use in highly vibrating generator control panels. The small dimensions allow compact panel design.
Thanks to their high efficiency, the self-heating of the charger is kept in minimum levels allowing operation in warm environments. The charger are able to operate in parallel with the engine’s charge alternator and other battery charger. Multiple units may be connected in parallel in order to obtain higher current ratings. The wide input voltage range allows the charger to be used in most countries. The rectifier fail output is provided as a standard feature.
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Fixed output voltage, current limited lead acid battery charger
May be used as a stabilized DC power supply
Designed for permanent connection to generator starter batteries
Overload and short circuit protections to avoid disconnection during cranking
Isolated device case allowing a phase-to-phase 170-270V AC connection