Technical Manual
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Hawker Powertech IQ
Single phase chargers
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Technical manual Powertech IQ - Single phase chargers
CONTENTS
INFORMATION
GOALS OF THIS MANUAL
AIMS OF THIS MANUAL................................................................................2
This manual is aimed at any authorized personnel wanting to use a
single phase POWERTECH IQ charger to recharge lead acid motive
power batteries (vented, XFC Flex, Gel or WF200 ranges)
This manual contains information on:
•
Charger functionality.
•
Use and setting of charger parameters.
•
Technical specifications of the Powertech IQ chargers.
EnerSys intends to provide clear and simple information in this manual,
and assumes no responsibility for misunderstanding or improper interpretation of the information.
The owner of the equipment is required to preserve this manual during
the life of the equipment and to transfer said manual to any subsequent
purchaser.
INFORMATION................................................................................................ 2
WARRANTY..................................................................................................... 2
RECOMMENDATIONS....................................................................................2
ELECTRICAL SAFETY..................................................................................... 2
LIMITATIONS OF USE.................................................................................... 3
PRODUCT RECYCLING – DESTRUCTION.....................................................3
MODIFICATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS .....................................................3
RECEIVING – STORAGE.................................................................................3
WARRANTY
SPARE PARTS................................................................................................ 3
Warranty is offered by the manufacturer based on local regulations.
Please contact your local distributor for further information.
INFORMATION PLATE................................................................................... 3
GLOSSARY...................................................................................................... 3
RECOMMENDATIONS
EEC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY......................................................... 3
DESCRIPTION.............................................................................................
4
Recommendations for safe operation
CONFIGURATION........................................................................................... 5
This manual should be carefully read, prior to using the equipment,
by anyone intending to use the charger. The Powertech IQ:
•
Must not have its air circulation impaired in any way, primarily
around the air inlet areas. Dust accumulation must be removed
every six months.
•
Must be used within its protection norms, and never be directly in
contact with water.
•
Must be used only within the temperature range specified in the
technical specifications
•
Must not be installed on a surface subject to high vibration levels
(proximity of motors, compressors, etc.).
•
Must not be installed close to the batteries in order to avoid any
gassing that could damage it prematurely.
•
Must not be installed in arduous environments such as:
• Harbour applications (saline air),
• Close to cold stores
• External locations with exposure to wind and rain.
PARAMETERS................................................................................................. 6
Operator safety
INTRODUCTION............................................................................................. 4
FEATURES...................................................................................................... 4
EXTERNAL COMPONENTS........................................................................... 4
CONTROL PANEL........................................................................................... 4
THE MENUS................................................................................................... 5
ACCESS TO THE MENUS.............................................................................. 5
MEMORISED DATA........................................................................................ 5
STATUS........................................................................................................... 5
USB................................................................................................................. 5
All proper precautions must be observed when the equipment is used
in areas where accidents are possible. Ensure proper ventilation when
the charger is used with lead-acid batteries, due to gassing.
Never disconnect the battery during the charging process.
PASSWORD.................................................................................................... 6
INFORMATION............................................................................................... 6
USING THE CHARGER................................................................................... 6
General warnings
UNPACKING....................................................................................................6
Requirements for use:
•
The equipment must be properly grounded (earthed).
•
The input voltage must match the charger requirements.
•
The battery voltage must match the charger’s capabilities.
•
The battery capacity is within the charger’s range.
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION...................................................................... 6
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS........................................................................ 6
FACTORY SETUP............................................................................................ 7
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
CHARGING THE BATTERY..............................................................................7
Safety regulations and requirements must be observed.
HISTORICAL DATA PER CHARGE ................................................................ 8
Safety devices installed on the electrical supply to the chargers must be
of the proper type and rating. It is important to ensure that only fuses of
the proper capacity be used, should they need to be replaced.
CHARGER HISTORICAL DATA....................................................................... 8
MESSAGES AND FAULT CODES................................................................. 8
This charger meets the Class 1 Electrical Safety requirements, and
therefore needs to be properly grounded during installation. It must be
connected to a power supply equipped with a ground cable, and the
ground connection should be as short as possible.
The equipment must be totally disconnected from all power sources
(mains supply and battery) before it can be opened for inspection or
servicing. The battery can only be disconnected after the STOP/START
button has been pushed. Access to the inside of the charger should be
restricted to authorized maintenance personnel.
Please consult a qualified factory representative about any problems or
questions related to the installation of this unit.
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Mixing enables faster charging of the battery and eliminates the
differences in density by homogenizing the electrolyte throughout
the cells. The ionic profile doesn’t require weekly equalisation charge.
LIMITS OF USE
This charger is designed to be used in a sheltered area. It is designed
exclusively to recharge lead batteries in an industrial environment.
Gel battery profile
The procedure for charging sealed, maintenance-free batteries has
been optimised to ensure that the particular requirements necessary for
recharging are observed. The main advantages of these batteries are
that there is no necessity to add water, thus reducing maintenance costs,
and no necessity for special charging rooms (subject to local regulations)
with ventilation and water demineralisation units.
PRODUCT RECYCLING - DESTRUCTION
When this charger becomes obsolete, it can be recycled or destroyed by
authorized facilities. Local regulations will prevail and must be followed.
MODIFICATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS
EnerSys reserves the right, at any time, to modify or improve its
products, without any obligation to update this product or this manual
accordingly.
WF200 battery profile
The charging procedure for reduced maintenance batteries
(WF200 type) has been optimised. Vented , lead/acid battery designed
for 200 charge/discharge cycles before any maintenance is required.
RECEIVING - STORAGE
Pneumatic battery profile
This type of battery is fitted with an air injection circuit allowing
electrolyte circulation. The electrolyte circulation system reduces the
charging time and the water consumption.
Upon receipt, please inspect visually the exterior of the charger for any
physical damage. If necessary, proceed within 24 hours with the usual
claims procedure with the transport company.
If the charger is to be stored before use, it should remain in the original
packaging, carefully closed. Store in a clean, dry area at a moderate
temperature (0 °C to +40 °C). If the equipment is stored at a temperature
below 15°C, it must be gradually (24 hours) restored to operating
temperature before use, to prevent the risk of condensation that
could cause electrical faults and short-circuits.
EEC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Enersys hereby declares that the chargers in the Powertech IQ
range covered by this declaration conform to:
Directive 2006/95/EC: Low voltage Directive
European Standard:
EN60335-1
EN60335-2-29
EN60950-1
SPARE PARTS
Please supply the unit’s serial number, indicated on the information plate
when ordering any spare parts.
Directive 2004/108/EC: Electromagnetic compatibility
EN61000-6-2 : 2001
EN61000-6-4 : 2001
INFORMATION PLATE
Located on either side of the charger.
Directive 2002/95/EC: ROHS
GLOSSARY
Charger Features
The EnerSys chargers are managed by a microprocessor.
The microprocessor can calculate the battery capacity and automatically
sets the appropriate charging profile. This allows the charger to work
over a wide range of battery capacities. The control of the charging
factor is absolute on all battery types. The Powertech IQ chargers adapt
to battery capacity and depth of discharge.
Charge factor
Charge factor is the quantity of Ampere Hours returned to the battery
during the charge cycle versus the amount removed during the last
discharge.
Refresh Charge
A refresh charge maintains the battery at the optimum level as long as it
is connected to the charger.
Desulphation charge
A desulphation charge is done prior to normal charging, and this
charge restores the specific gravity of over-discharged or under-utilised
batteries.
Equalisation charge
Done after the normal charge, a balancing charge that ‘equalises’ the cell
voltages and specific gravity of all cells in the battery.
Wi-IQ
This device, permanently installed on the battery, transmits wirelessly
battery parameters to the charger in order to optimise the charge and to
manage the charge and discharge data.
Communicated parameters are:
Temperature, battery capacity, warnings (water level, voltage balance),
voltage, charging status …
The Wi-IQ also transmits data of the battery temperature during the
charging process and will possibly stop the charge if the temperature is
too high.
Charging profile
Defines the profile of the current applied to the battery during charging
in relation to available time. Diverse charging profiles can be selected.
The charger adapts to the battery based on capacity and state of charge
and age in order to maximize overall battery life. The control of the
overcharge factor, whatever the battery depth of discharge, provides a
reduction in water consumption (except on VRLA batteries) and energy
consumption .
Ionic profile
Also called “Ionic Mixing” this profile consists of applying short current
pulses to the battery, thus provoking gassing in the active material to
diffuse the sulphuric acid from the plates. This introduction of Ionic
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DESCRIPTION
INTRODUCTION
The Powertech IQ range of chargers is designed to recharge
24V, 36 V or 48 V batteries, depending on the version supplied,
from a single-phase mains supply. The microprocessor-controlled unit
automatically recognises the battery (voltage, capacity, charge level,
etc.) and very effectively analyses its condition for optimum handling.
Several charging profiles are available (vented lead/acid batteries, VRLA
batteries (XFC Flex), gel batteries or WF200 batteries) depending on the
configuration selected by the user. The capability for desulphation,
equalisation and refresh charging is also included.
COLOUR
FUNCTION
Dark blue
Waiting status until battery connected
Light blue
Battery on charge
Light blue
Orange
Alternating, on charge and defect pump
Green
Battery charged
Red
Charger faults DF1, DF2, DF3, TH
Functions of keys
The keys offer the following general functions:
FEATURES
Key
The Powertech IQ chargers are:
Navigation in the menu.
Start/End of list (Press 2 seconds)
fitted as standard with:
•
A wide LCD display with a five colour backlight indicating the status
of the charger (Waiting, On charge, Fault, Battery charged)
•
Wireless communication with the battery controller, Wi-IQ. This
communication allows optimisation of the charge and automatic
adjustment of the charger to the battery according to temperature,
capacity and technology (vented, VRLA …). Communication
occurs during the charge to analyse the battery temperature and
compensate for any loss in the output cables..
•
A real time clock allows the management of charging at a precise
time of day (for example, to use Off-peak electricity tariffs), for
equalising periods (for example: the user can configure an
equalisation charge once or several times a week as required).
•
Anti arcing system for safe disconnection during the charge.
•
A USB interface enables the connection of a USB stick to
download all data stored in the charger.
The central button is equipped with
a two-coloured LED Green/Red
(Green: charger is waiting, Red charger
operating)
GREEN/RED
Stop or Start of charge
Selection of active menu or validation
of value stored
Cancel the value stored
(Press 2 seconds)
Start an equalisation charge.
Access to a sub-menu.
optionally fitted with:
•
Ethernet interface for remote management of the charger.
EXTERNAL COMPONENTS
Access to the menus (press 3 seconds)
Close the window.
Presented below:
002
Ref.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Function
Function
Ventilation louvres.
Display and control panel
AC input cable.
Battery cable.
Wall mounting frame.
Case retaining screw.
Navigation button – Stop/Start button of the charger
USB
Option connector (Electro-valve, BSI, Ethernet…).
Figure 1: Principal components of the charger.
CONTROL PANEL
Incorporates the Display and the Control Panel. See Chapters “The
Menus” and ”Using the charger” to get more detailed information.
LCD Display
The display is fitted with 5 different colours indicating the status of the
charger:
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THE MENUS
Battery
The menus provide access to the following functions:
•
Last 200 charging cycles (Memorisations menu).
•
Viewing of faults, alarms, etc. (Status menu).
•
Download of data stored in the charger via the USB storage
memory.
•
Charger configuration (Configuration menu).
•
Setting of date, language and others (Parameters menu).
•
Management of password (Password menu)
•
Viewing basic information, type of charger (Information menu)
Auto/Manu capacity
The charger can estimate the capacity of the connected battery (Auto)
or the user can determine the capacity (Manu) via the Capacity menu.
Capacity
Determines the battery capacity for an optimised charge (Manu)
Temperature
Defines the battery temperature when the charge is started.
This parameter adjusts the regulation voltages on the charging profile
(values between –15°C and 65°C).
Without Wi-IQ: defines the average operating battery temperature
•
before the charge.
With Wi-IQ: the battery operating temperature will be automatically
•
defined. It is recommended to enter the observed average
temperature, especially in cold areas. The battery temperature will
be analysed during the charge ; if it increases too much, the charger
will stop to prevent any possible damage.
ACCESS TO THE MENUS
Functions of the keys
To access the menu, press the key
during 3 seconds.
MÉMORISATIONS
Displays historical data from the last 200 charging cycles.
The MEMO 1 refers to the latest record.
High temperature
Defines the safety limit in high temperatures.
Without Wi-IQ: not used.
•
With Wi-IQ: If the battery temperature, during the charge, reaches
•
the programmed limit, the charger will stop the charge and wait
until the temperature decreases.
Display an history
Charge
Profile
For selecting the right charging profile for the battery:
IONIC, GEL, WF200, PNEUMATIC, XFC, WATER LESS (PZM). XFC Flex
With Wi-IQ: the selection of the profile will be automatic and the
•
charger will recharge the battery with the appropriate profile
whatever profile has been selected.
006
Delayed start
Defines:
•
Either the charging start deadline
•
Or the charging start hour.
This delay enables the charger to be used during off-peak when the electricity is at lower tariffs. Note: the charger doesn’t manage the
summer/winter time changes.
Proceed as follows:
1.
Select a record with
2.
View the first screen by pressing
or
.
3.
View the successive lines by pressing
4.
Return to previous screen by pressing
.
.
.
Conditional charge
The charger will only commence the charge if the battery has reached
the limit of depth of discharge of more than x%. For example if the user
wants to charge the battery only if it is discharged more than 30%, the
parameter 30 has to be entered in the conditional charge. The 0 value
disables the function.
STATUS
This menu displays the charger’s internal counters (number of normal
charges, faults by type, etc.)
Information displayed
Floating voltage
Setting a floating voltage at the end of charge to compensate eventual
consumption by the truck (AGV type). The parameter Voltage determines
the floating voltage at the end of the charge. The parameter Current
defines the average current consumed by the truck electronics (crucial
for currents at the end of charge).
Reset information of this screen is done via the Configuration menu.
Indication
Information
Number of complete charges.
Number of incomplete charges.
EGAL
Maximum current
This manually decreases the maximum output current of the charger.
Number of automatic equalisation
charges carried out by the charger.
Equalisation
These parameters are not valid for GEL and XFC batteries.
TH
Number of temperature faults*.
DF1, etc.
Number of faults an types 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
or fault pump*.
Manu Current
This defines the equalisation or desulphation current for a manual start.
Time
Sets the equalisation time from 1 hr to 48 hrs
(*): see § Fault codes
Delayed start (delay)
Sets the delay between the normal charge and the equalisation charge
from 0 hr to 23 hrs.
USB
This menu provides access to the USB function. The charger can store
charging data in a USB memory.
Frequency
Selects one or several periods for carrying out the equalisation charge.
The user can select one or several days per week.
Record Memo
Enables the storage of charge Memorisations and the Status data. The
file, in CSV format (useable with Memoreport PC or Excel), will be stored
in the USB stick under the name:
MDDDHHMM.CSV with
M
: for Memorization
DDD : Day of the year
HH
: Hour of file creation
MM : Minute of file creation
Cable
Length
Selects the length of battery-charger DC cable from 1 m to 11 m.
Section
Defines the battery-charger DC cable cross-section. Select one section
over the list of values (10, 16, 25, 35, 50, 70, 95 or 120 mm²).
Eject
For safe removal of the USB stick without damaging the data file.
Network (Option)
Sets the protocol and configuration for the connection of the charger to
a network, type Ethernet or series.
CONFIGURATION
This menu allows to configure the charger.
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USING THE CHARGER
Option
Options test
Carries out a test of correct functionality of the options - managing the
pump, electro-valve and remote display green/red during 30 seconds.
UNPACKING
The charger is delivered with the following:
•
3 m AC mains cable.
•
3 m DC battery cable.
•
This technical manual.
Electrovalve time
Defines the opening time (between 15 and 180 seconds – ionic profile –
pneumatic, WF200 and Water less(PZM)) of the electro-valve for the
automatic water refilling of the batteries.
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
PARAMETERS
The charger must be mounted in a vertical position. For wall mounted
chargers, the bottom of the charger must be at least 0.60 m from the
floor and/or the charger below and the top of the unit at least 1.0 m from
the ceiling. The minimum distance between two adjacent chargers must
be 0.30 m.
Date/Time
Sets date and time of the charger. The charger doesn’t manage
summer/winter time changes.
Language
See paragraph Recommendations and avoid areas where the chargers
may be splashed with water, or saline environments.
Selects the language displayed in the menus.
Region
Selects the format for date, metric/imperial units for temperature and
length.
The charger is held by 4 x M6 screws suitable for the type of support.
The drilling pattern is depending on the charger model. See illustration
below.
Contrast
Standard charger model 2 - Fixing LxH: 120 x 470 mm
Modifies the display contrast level.
Change Password
Changes the password.
PASSWORD
Manages a password to limit access to charger menu..
INFORMATION
Gives information on the software version, memory and time clock.
Charger model 2 with optional pump - Fixing L x H: 304 x 355 mm
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Single phase input
Connection to the mains supply will be 230V AC single phase and must
be connected using a suitable plug and adequately sized circuit breaker
(not included). Current requirements in Amps are indicated on the
charger information plate.
Battery output
It is essential to ensure correct polarity. However, reversed polarity will
result in blowing the output fuse, inability to charge and the fault code
DF2 to be displayed. See Fault Codes.
Connection to the battery should be done using the cables supplied:
•
RED cable: battery POSITIVE.
•
BLACK cable: battery NEGATIVE.
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FACTORY SETUP
The charger is delivered with a factory setup as follows:
Profile:
Output DC cable length:
Configuration:
Automatic equalisation:
Delayed start enabled:
•
•
As ordered
3m
As ordered
No
No
If no modifications are required, go directly to the section:
Charging the battery.
If changes are required, go to the Configuration section.
CHARGING THE BATTERY
Ref.
Without Wi-IQ
1.
Charger status (CHARGE, AVAIL, DEFAULT, EQUAL..), possible
pump fault.
2.
Alternating display of battery voltage, voltage per cell, Ah
restored, charging time, remaining charging time, percentage
of battery charge.
3.
Set up operating battery T°C
4.
Charging current
5.
Programmed charging profile.
6.
Various information can be displayed: equalisation symbol
required at the end of charge, USB connection symbol, Wi-IQ link
symbol, possibly battery default DF4.
7.
Empty line.
It is now assumed that the charger has been set up as per the
Configuration section. Charging can only begin with a battery of the
appropriate type, capacity and voltage connected to the charger.
With Wi-IQ
Battery temperature and
capacity given by the Wi-IQ
(*).
Detected charging profile (*).
Alternating, detected serial
number, as information is
received and alarms if
present. See § Fault codes.
Off-charge display
With the charger in waiting mode, the display shows information
concerning the charger (top and bottom lines):
1. Charger type (Battery voltage + current).
2. Last selected charging profile.
3. Software version.
4. Waiting indication.
5. Date and time of the charge.
6. Set up battery operating temperature.
Alternating battery temperature/capacity if the ‘manu’ capacity mode
is selected.
012
WAIT
(*) as information is received.
As soon as the countdown time has elapsed, the display shows the
information relative to the charge.
To induce the start of the charge if the delayed charge has been programmed:
010
Delayed start
If the charger was programmed for a delayed start (Configuration
menu/Delayed start), charging will begin following that delay. or at
the specified time. The display shows the time remaining before the
programmed charging starts.
2.
Press the central button
3.
Press and hold the button
4.
Press the central button
Release
2.
Press the central button
3.
Press and hold the central button
to stop the charger.
for 3 seconds. Release.
End of charge without equalisation
Desulphation of a vented battery is started manually, in this case the
charger will consider the configuration in the menu Equalisation with the
current and time set up in the charger menu. To start the desulphation
charge, please proceed as follows.
Connect the battery
Connect the battery
Defaults DF1, DF2, DF3 and TH inhibit the charge. Refer to section Fault
codes.
Starting a desulphation cycle before charging
1.
1.
1.
to stop the charger.
The backlight of the screen becomes green at the end of a correct
charge.
And the indication AVAIL is displayed. Possible alternating display
between DF5 default and pump default (ref.1). The displays shows
alternately: (ref. 2):
• charging time achieved.
• number of Ah restored.
Refer to sections Memorisations or Status for detailed information
relevant to the end of charge.
.
to start the charger.
If the battery remains connected, and in order to maintain it in a
fully charged condition, refresh charges followed by equalisation
charges will be automatically initiated according to the battery
technology.
.
The standard charging cycle will have to be started manually after the
desulphation cycle is completed.
2.
If an equalisation charge has been programmed (vented battery), it
will start automatically. Alternatively, an equalisation charge can be
triggered manually; go to section End of charge with equalisation.
3.
Press the central button or disconnect the battery that is now ready
for use.
Initiating the equalisation charge after a standard
charge
An equalisation charge can be programmed at the end of charge when
the user presses the button
during the standard charge or when the
battery is available. The equalisation symbol appears on the top, left side
of the display. The equalisation current is defined by the charger.
End of charge with equalisation
Starting the charge
Equalisation only applies to vented batteries. Start can be manual or
automatic.
1.
The charge starts automatically when the battery is connected to
the charger. To stop the charge, press the central button
.
Manual start
1. At the end of charge (green lighted display on), press the key
The displays shows information relative to the connected battery
and counts down the time remaining until the effective charge
begins.
.
The start of the equalisation charge is indicated by the message
EQUAL. During the equalisation charge, the charger displays the
current (ref 4) and alternating, the battery voltage, voltage per cell,
remaining time (ref 2).
2.
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The battery will be available as soon as the screen becomes green.
TEMP*
Automatic start
If the equalisation charge has been programmed
(Configuration/Equalisation menu), the equalisation charge is initiated
automatically.
Critical battery
temperature.
Verify the set up of temperature
in the menu ConfigurationBattery-High temperature.
Control the temperature sensor
of the Wi-IQ.
If the battery remains connected, and in order to maintain it in a fully
charged condition, refresh charges followed by an equalisation charge
will be automatically initiated according to the battery technology.
Similar indications to those displayed in manual start (see above)
are displayed.
DEF CFG* Error in Configuration/
DEF EEP* Memory/Charger menu.
DEF MENU*
DISPLAY OF HISTORICAL DATA PER CHARGE
For viewing and resetting stored information, please refer to section
Memorisations.
CHARGER HISTORICAL DATA
IQ SCAN
Look for present Wi-IQ
IQ LINK
Set the link
Wi-IQ-Charger
For viewing and resetting the charger history, please refer to section
Status.
Cause
Solution
DF1*
Charger problem.
DF1 appears when the charger
is not able to supply its output
current. Follow the breakdown
procedure for the charger with
control of the IGBT, diode,
mains voltage …
DF2*
DF3*
Output default.
Wrong battery.
Battery water topping up or
ensure that the Wi-IQ is
properly adjusted and
installed (see Wi-IQ mounting
instructions)
Default of balance voltage
detected by the Wi-IQ
Check each battery cell during
discharge.
Check the Wi-IQ is correctly
set-up (see Wi-IQ instructions
of mounting).
T
Check the correct connection
of the battery (reversed polarity
cables) and the output fuse.
Battery discharged more
than 80% of its capacity.
Charge continues.
DF5
Battery requires
inspection.
DF5 appears when the charging
profile has been achieved with
a fault condition, that can be a
current increase in regulation
phase demonstrating a battery
heating or badly programmed
regulation voltage, or the
charging time is too long and
has exceeded the safety limit.
Check the battery (defective
cells, high temperature, water
level..).
Fault in the air circuit
of the electrolyte
circulation system.
Check the proper operation of
the pump via the menu
Option-Option test.
Check the air circuit (pump,
tubes).
If this fault occurs, the charger
will adapt the battery charging
profile for a safe, optimised
charge.
TH*
Thermal problem in
charger resulting in
charge interruption.
Verify the correct operation of
the fans, check for too high
ambient temperature, or
whether there is poor natural
ventilation to the charger.
STOP*
Critical battery electrolyte
level
Top up battery electrolyte level
in accordance with ‘battery
operating instructions’.
Verify the battery electrolyte
level or the correct set up of
the charger.
(*): blocking fault preventing charging from continuing.
Check charging parameters:
profile, temperature, capacity,
cables.
DF PUMP
Battery temperature
too high.
Check the temperature sensor
of the Wi-IQ.
Too high or too low battery
voltage. Battery voltage must
be between 1.6V and 2.4V per
cell. Use correct charger for
the battery.
DF4
Change the main board
Low electrolyte level
MESSAGES AND FAULT CODES
Fault
Wait until the battery
temperature cools down, check
the battery state (water, profile)
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