viernes, 19 de agosto de 2011

Evolución en cargadores de baterias.

Mas que interesante lo que me envía un amigo desde Austria , Helmut Felderer de

Las características lo demuestran...


·       Charging current (automatically adjustable) 0,1-5,0 A and 5,0-25 A
·       Charging power: 400 W / 12 V; 800 W / 24 V; 1500 W / 48 V
·       Charging voltage 0,6-64 V; 1-32 NiCd and NiMH; 1-18 Pb; 1-14 Li-Ion; 1-14 LiPo; 1-16 LiFe; 1-20 LiS-ready (balances up to 16s)
·       Supply voltage 12 V (10-16 V); 24 V (20-32 V); 48 V (40-60 V)
·       Powerlimiter for using with a low power power supplies (50-1800 W)
·       Separate setup parameters for usage with car battery and power supply
·       Storage program for charging/discharging to storage voltage
·       Cycles (up to 99): charge/discharge; discharge/charge (current can be set up different between charge and discharge) and format
·       Format with battery regeneration function (NiXX)
·       Permanent measurement of resistance (Ri) while charging (only impulse mode)
·       Built-in balancer up to 16 cells (simultaneous balancing up to 15 cells)
·       Max. balance current 1 A/cell (pre-setup in 4 steps: 0,0 A = no balancing - only display; 0,25 A; 0,5 A; 1,0 A)
·      Balancing only mode (whole voltage range)
·       Balancing power 60 W
·       Balancing current - automatically variable individually in 10 steps per cell  
·       Intelligent balancing algorithm
·       Balancing start voltage automatically ascertainable - depends on height of cell debalancing
·       Balancing funnel-shaped - full cells means more intense balancing
·       Process memory (last processes data): 20
·       Program memory (user settings): 20
·       Charging finish identification (NiXX): Delta-peak (adjustable from 1 to 25 mV in steps of 0,5 mV); Inflex; charging time; adjusted capacity
·       Pb, Li-Ion, LiPo, LiFe - finish voltage of charging +100 / - 200 mV adjustable
·       Fastmod (genuine) for Li-Ion, LiPo, LiFe, Pb
·       Reflex function - (memory effect protection for NiCd & NiMH), lowers voltage drift at LiXX
·       Modes: Impulse, Reflex, adjusted for usage with power supply (Impulse mode off)
·       If not used, zero voltage at output (safety for charging batteries inside of devices, e.g. transmitter)
·       Reverse battery protection (input, output)
·       Lightning arrester for battery connecting
·       Charger housing isolated from earth (minus); no short circuit at housing possible
·       Temperature sensor
·       Step-down/step-up converter for full charging of single cell batteries
·       Discharge process up to 100 W with external mains power supply without additional, external resistors
·       Reverse – returns discharging current to supply accu starting from 4 V
·       Protects supply accu against overcharging (in Reverse mode)
·       Adjustable min. voltage of supply accu 10,5 - 11,5V (protects against deep discharge) 10,0-11,5 V (also 24 V and 48 V)
·       Digital control converter with special digital signal prozessor (DSP: allows fast and precise control)
·       Graphical display 240 x 64 dots
·       Permanent display backlight (brightness and contrast adjustable); reverse display possible (negative)
·       Acoustic alarm (disengageable)
·       Individual configuration on SD card (possible temporary use in other devices)
·       Process logging on SD card (archive and analysis on PC possible)
·       Built-in real-time clock (time will be also logged to SD card)
·       USB connection (cable included)
·       Optional BT communication class 1 (up to 100 m range) with external antenna for communication with PC (being prepared: data transmission to smart phone e.g.)
·       Internal cooling fan with smooth adjusting (very quiet - only one fan)
·       PC Software (bundled with charger )
·       SD card included
·       Free upgrades over internet
·       Small (No external radiator)
·       Prepared for wireless battery identification (inductive)
·       Prepared for two-way communication with PDA and mobile phones using BT (class 1)

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