Fast charger input 230AC output 72V 25A, full charger voltage 84V, current adjustable 1~25A
When the internal temperature of the charger or the ambient temperature is too high, the charger will shut down protectively. There is no current output at this time. After a few minutes after the power supply is turned off by the overheat protection, the charger can be turned on again.
When the battery is about to be fully charged, the charger will enter the protection mode, and a small current will enter the floating charge stage, and will automatically reduce the current according to the voltage level to prevent overcharge and better protect the battery life.
When it is detected that the battery is about to be fully charged, the charging current will automatically decrease slowly, until the battery is really satisfied, the current becomes very small, the full charge indicator lights up, and it will automatically shut down after 1 hour and turn off the power. To protect the battery.
When the positive and negative poles of the charger are connected to the battery reversely, the charger will automatically turn off the output current. The current is 0, with no charging. When the battery light is off, turn off the device, after adjusting the positive and negative polarity, the charger battery light is on, and then turn on the switch. Will resume normal charging
Without plugging in the 230v power supply, first, connect the battery with the plug of the charger. If the positive and negative poles are correct, the battery light on the charger will light up. If it is reverse, the battery light on the charger will not light up.
In the charger clover digital display screen, you can view the charging current and charging voltage separately, the voltage is displayed when the switch is turned on, and the current is displayed when the current is turned on. This function is only the display switch and has nothing to do with charging;
There is a knob to adjust the current. The current between 1A and 25A can be adjusted. Smaller current means slow charging, and higher current means fast charging.