Mounting Instructions and Operating Manual for Battery Charger:
Automatic Charger Pb 2412 SMT 2B
Automatic Charger Pb 2416 SMT 2B
Charging Capacity 24 V / 12 A
Charging Capacity 24 V / 12 A
No. 6233
No. 6235
Please read this operating and installation manual thoroughly prior to connection and
start-up.
NOTE: The values being indicated in parentheses ( ) apply to 24 V operation.
All-automatic battery charger with 2 outputs for ambulance, fire engines, special purpose
vehicles, campers and boats.
VOTRONIC chargers of series „Pb SMT“ with characteristic lines of charging „IU1oU2“ are of compact design,
have a low weight (Switch Mode Technology) and supply maximum charging capacity, even in case of low voltage.
Due to the intelligent charging control with dynamic charging time calculation, also battery sizes beyond the sizes
being recommended by the manufacturers can be charged. Charging of small batteries is accelerated, also with high
floating load (simultaneous supply of consumers), and charging of very big batteries is also possible (depending on
the case of application).
Battery outputs and Charging Programs:
Main output Battery I, depending on the type of battery, 3 charging programs selectable (see table 1):
a) „AGM“:
Closed, gas-tight AGM/fleece batteries (absorbet glass mat, lead-fleece technology)
b) „Gel“:
Closed, gas-tight Gel/dryfit batteries (determined electrolyte)
c) „Lead Acid“: Closed and open acid/lead-acid batteries, as well as AGM 14.4 V
Second output Battery II:
Separate auxiliary charging output with reduced charging current 12 V (24 V) / 2 A for support charging and
conservation of charge of the vehicle’s starter battery with overcharge protection.
Further Characteristics of the Unit:
The charging voltage is free from peaks and is controlled in such a way, that any overcharging of the
batteries is excluded.
All-automatic Continuous Operation: The charger may be connected continuously to the battery, thus
keeping the full charge. Battery discharge in case of power failure is avoided (separation by safety switch).
Battery regeneration in case of extended stop periods: twice a week to avoid harmful acid accumulation.
Silent Run Function: Noise optimised operation (night operation) at the touch of a button.
Parallel and Floating Operation: In case of simultaneous consumption, charging of the battery is continued or
the charge will be conserved fully. Calculation and control of the adaptation of the charging time is effected
automatically by the charger.
Unattended Charging: Multiple protection against overload, overheating, overvoltage, short circuit, wrong
polarization, incorrect behaviour and back discharge of the battery by electronically controlled gradual
reduction down to complete separation of charger and battery by integrated safety switch.
Power Supply Function: Allows supply of the consumers without battery (e. g. replacement of battery)
Charging Cable Compensation: Automatic compensation of voltage loss on the charging cables.
Charging aid for totally discharged batteries: Gentle preliminary charging of the battery from 0 V to 8 V
(16 V), followed by powerful support of the battery, should consumers be still switched-on.
Integrated On-board Mains Suppression Filter: Unproblematic parallel operation of solar systems, wind and
petrol-driven generators, dynamos etc. at one battery.
Temperature Compensation: In case of low outside temperatures, full charging of the weak battery is
improved by automatic adaptation of the charging voltage to the battery temperature, and in case of summery
temperatures unnecessary battery stress and gassing will be avoided. Temperature Sensor, Order No. 2001,
is required.
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Lifetime of the battery:
Keep batteries cool; choose an appropriate location for installation.
Open acid batteries („maintenance-free according to EN / DIN“): Check the acid level
periodically !
Batteries being totally discharged should be recharged immediately, partially discharged
batteries should be recharged fully as soon as possible to avoid sulphation!
Store only fully charged batteries and recharge them periodically, particularly in case of
older, used batteries and in case of higher temperatures! If the grade of sulphation is not too
intensive, the battery can recover part of the battery capacity after several charging/discharging
cycles.
Safety Regulations:
Appropriate Application:
The battery charger has been designed according to the valid safety regulations.
Appropriate application is restricted to:
1. Charging of lead-acid, lead-gel or lead-AGM batteries of the indicated nominal voltage and the
supply of the consumers being connected to these batteries in fixed installed systems with the
indicated battery capacities and charging programs.
2. Mains connection to a fused shockproof socket (6-16 A) and depending on local regulations being
protected by a fault current breaker (RCD, FI) with a nominal residual current of 30 mA.
3. Observe the indicated cable cross-sections at the charger outputs.
4. A fuse of the indicated capacity is to be provided near the battery to protect the cabling between
battery and charger port.
5. Technically faultless condition.
6. Installation in a well-ventilated room, protected from rain, humidity, dust, aggressive battery
gas, as well as in an environment being free from condensation water.
Never use the unit at locations where the risk of gas or dust explosion exists!
Open-air operation of the unit is not allowed.
Cables are always to be laid in such a way that damage is excluded. Observe to fasten them tightly.
Never lay 12 V (24 V) cables and 230 V mains supply cables into the same cable conduit (empty conduit).
Check cables or leads periodically for insulation faults, points of break or loosened connections and
remedy deficiencies.
The unit is to be disconnected from any connection prior to execution of electrically welding or work on
the electric system.
If the non-commercial end-user is not able to recognize the characteristic values being valid for a unit or
the regulations to be observed, a specialist is always to be consulted.
The user/buyer is obliged to observe any construction and safety regulations.
The unit does not contain any parts, which can be replaced by the user. Even after withdrawal of the
mains plug, the unit could have dangerous high voltages for an extended period (particularly in case of
failure).
Keep children away from the charger and the batteries.
Observe the safety regulations of the battery manufacturer.
Venting the battery room.
Non-observance may result in injury or material damage.
The warranty period is 24 months from the purchase date (against presentation of the sales slip or invoice).
The warranty will be void in case of any inappropriate utilisation of the unit, if it is used beyond the
technical specification, in case of improper operation or external intervention. We do not assume any
liability for any damage resulting hereof. The liability exclusion is extended to any service being executed
by third, which has not been ordered by us in writing. Service is to be effected exclusively by VOTRONIC
Lauterbach.
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Installation of the Unit:
The charger can be installed near Battery I (short charging cables) at any location being clean and being protected
from humidity and dust. Despite the charger's high efficiency, heat is produced, which is brought out of the casing
by means of the built-in fan.
Ensure sufficient ventilation in the environment of the unit, so that the heat can be carried-off. Protect the unit
from aggressive battery gas.
The unit can be installed in any position. However, the vent holes of the casing should never be covered to ensure
the full charging capacity (minimum distance: 10 cm).
Ensure a solid and vibration reducing installation using rubber bushings on an even and hard mounting surface.
Battery Connection and Battery Settings for Start-up:
Observe the connection plan! Observe the cable cross-section and length, as well as the polarization, and insert the
fuses near the battery.
First connect the charger (it is short circuit-proof), and after that the battery (it is not short circuit-proof).
1. Connect 1 battery to the large terminals „ - “ und „ + “ observing the correct polarity.
2. Set the charging program for the battery type (technology): See Table 1.
Insert the mains plug (unit rear), and the automatic charging process starts.
Option: Several Batteries at Main output Battery I:
Parallel charging of two or several batteries of the same voltage (12 V) is admissible. The batteries are to be
„paralleled“, i. e. the „+“ connections of the batteries have to be coupled and should be connected to the „+“
connection of the charger. The minus (-) connections have to be coupled in the same way. The total capacity (total
Ah) should not exceed the indicated maximum battery capacity (depending on the case of application).
According to the battery manufacturers, permanent parallel operation is admissible in case of two or several
batteries of the same voltage, type, capacity, as well as of the same age (history) in cross connection.
Option: Temperature Sensor (Temperature Sensor, Order No. 2001 is required):
The temperature sensor controls battery temperature I and the temperature-dependent correction of the charging
voltage. It is connected to the unit terminals „ T T “(any polarity).
Installation:
The thermal contact of sensor and battery I (inside temperature) should be well. Thus, it should be screwed to the
negative pole of the battery. It is also possible to fasten it at the centre of the battery's casing sidewall. Ensure that
the installation place is not influenced by any source of heat (motor unit, exhaust, heater etc.).
Effect:
The temperature-dependent charging voltage of the battery will be adapted automatically to the battery
temperature (also refer to „Charging Voltage Rates of Battery I and Temperature Compensation“).
The temperature sensor measures the battery temperature. In case of low temperatures (winter operation), the
charging voltage will be increased in order to improve and accelerate the full charging of the weak battery. Sensitive
consumers are protected by a limitation of the voltage in case of very low outside temperatures.
In case of summery temperatures, the charging voltage is reduced to minimize the stress (gassing) of the battery and
to extend the lifetime of gas-tight batteries.
Battery Protection: If the battery temperature exceeds 45 °C, the charging current will be reduced to 50 % for
reasons of safety. At a temperature of +50 °C, a complete disconnection will be effected by the safety switch, the
LED „Main Charging“ will be flashing, but any charging data being recorded hitherto will be kept in memory. As
soon as the temperature is reduced to +45 °C, the charging cycle will be resumed automatically. The charging cycle
will also be blocked, if the battery temperature falls below -20 °C.
The charger recognizes automatically a missing sensor, cable break or short-circuit of the sensor lines,
as well as unreasonable measuring values! In that case, it will switch to the usual charging voltage rates
of 20 °C / 25 °C being recommended by the battery manufacturers.
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Option: 2. (Auxiliary) Output „Battery II“ 12 V / 2 A (24 V / 2 A):
That charging output is provided for support charging and conservation of charge of the vehicles' starter battery in
case of extended stop periods and for compensation of the charge for e. g. short-term consumers (interior lighting of
the driver's cabin etc.). The LED „ Battery II “ is lighting, which indicates the readiness for service and control of
that output.
The output voltage of this output is slightly lower than the output voltage of the main output, and its current and
output voltage is limited in such a way, that overcharging of the vehicle’s starter battery can be excluded.
The auxiliary charging output of battery II may be used or not used, the function of the main
output battery I will not be affected, except that the current rate is reduced by the inferior
current rate of battery II.
Option: Remote Control (Tip Jack „Remote Control“)
If the charger has been installed at a difficultly accessible location, the Remote Control
for Automatic Charger SMT (Order No. 3129) can be used for remote control of the
charging process (connection cable of a length of 5 m being ready for connection is
included in the delivery scope).
Connection:
Just insert the plug of the remote control into the tip jack "Remote Control" of the
charger.
Functioning:
The remote control is equipped with the same pilot lamps (light-emitting diodes) as the
charger.
Switch Function (also refer to paragraph Switch „Silent Run“):
Position „ON“: Charger works with full charging capacity.
Position „OFF“: Ensures silent operation on board by means of the function “silent run “, noise optimised operation
(Night Operation), see below
Key „Silent Run“, noise optimised operation (night operation):
Press the key for a short moment for activation:
The internal cooling fan of the unit will be set to constant low noise, steady speed.
Any light-emitting diodes will be switched off, only the current display „Current“ will still be lighting
weakly.
Of course, any charging and control functions continue working internally to the full extent
The reduced cooling capacity might reduce the charging capacity to approx. 80 %, depending on the
ambient temperature of the charger.
Reactivation of the display and thus of always the full charging capacity:
Possible at any time by manual pressing the key again
Automatic reactivation after 10 hours by integrated timer (end of nighttimes)
Further actions or maintenance of the unit are not required.
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Connection Plan for 24 V Operation:
Lengths of
Charging Cables
Main Battery I
Pb 2412
Pb 2416
2 x 0.7 -1.1 m
2.5 mm2
2.5 mm2
2 x 1.1 -1.8 m
4 mm2
4 mm2
2 x 1.8 -3.0 m
6 mm2 **
6 mm2 **
** reduce wire cross section at the terminal if necessary
CAUTION, Safety Instructions:
Mains power connection only to a fused (6-16 A) shockproof socket and depending on local
regulations protected by a fault current breaker (RCD, FI) with a nominal residual current of 30 mA.
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Table 1: Main Battery I: How to set the correct charging program for the
battery type (lead technology):
Move the 2 slide switches behind the front panel of the unit to the desired position for battery I (main battery)
using a small screw-driver. (Factory-adjusted position „Lead Acid“=Lead Acid Battery).
If not being specified divergently by the battery manufacturer, the suitable charging program
Battery for the battery type (design, technology) can be determined by means of the following
description and the technical data (voltage rates U1 and U2, nominal temperature and dwell
Type
Selector times U1).
Switch Note: The possible parallel/floating operation with consumers being connected to the battery
is also automatically considered by all charging programs.
„Lead Acid“: Universal charging program for lead acid/lead-acid batteries:
For charging and conservation of charge of supply (board) batteries. Ensures short charging times,
high charging factor and acid mixing for open standard batteries and closed, low-maintenance,
maintenance-free "non-solid electrolyte", "lead-acid", drive, lighting, solar and heavy duty batteries.
Also suitable for recently developed low-antimonous batteries and batteries with lead-silver alloy with
low and very low water consumption.
Universal Characteristic Line IU1oU2oU3:
U1 Main/Full Charging:
U2 Full/Compensation Charging:
U3 Full/Conservation/Storage Charging:
14.30 V - (28.6 V)
13.85 V - (27.7 V)
13.40 V - (26.8 V)
25 °C
25 °C
25 °C
2.5-6 h
2h
Continuous
„AGM“: Charging Program for Lead, AGM / Fleece Batteries:
Adapted to closed, gas-tight AGM (absorbet glass mat) batteries and batteries in lead-fleece
technology requiring a particularly high level U1 for full charging.
ATTENTION: It is highly recommended to check the specification sheet of the battery concerning the
high charging voltage U1 14.7 V.
Unsuitable batteries might age prematurely due to loss of electrolyte!
Some manufacturers of AGM / fleece batteries are also prescribing a "gel" or "acid" charging program
for charging!
In this case, please adjust "Gel" (14.4 V/13.8 V) or "Lead Acid" (14.3 V/13.4 V).
Characteristic Line AGM- / Fleece IU1oU2:
U1 Main/Full Charging:
U2 Full/Conservation/Storage Charging:
14.70 V !! (29.4 V) !!
13.50 V
(27.0 V)
20 °C
20 °C
3-6 h
Continuous
„Gel“: Charging Program for Gel/Dryfit Batteries:
Adapted to closed, gas-tight Gel batteries with determined electrolytes, which are generally requiring
a higher charging voltage level and longer dwell times U1 to achieve short charging times with
particularly high capacity storage and to avoid total discharge, e. g. EXIDE, Sonnenschein dryfitStart, Dryfit-Sport-Line, DETA Gel Battery Funline, Bosch AS Gel Batteries Va/Z, AS Gel Drive
Batteries, AS Gel Lighting Batteries.
If not being specified divergently by the battery manufacturer, also recommended for batteries in
round cell technology, such as EXIDE MAXXIMA (DC) as well as AGM batteries with 14.4 V.
EXIDE, DETA, VARTA Characteristic Line Gel IU1oU2:
U1 Main/Full Charging:
14.40 V (28.8 V)
U2 Full/Conservation/Storage Charging:
13.80 V (27.6 V)
Not used (operates like the gel / dryfit program)
20 °C
20 °C
8-12 h
Continuous
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Indicator Lamps:
„Battery Full“ Battery (Batteries) fully charged, green:
If it is lighting: Battery has been charged to 100 %, Float charge, conservation of charge U2, finished.
If it is flashing: Main charging process is effected in the Absorb charge charging phase U1, indication of
charging state of approx. 80 % (short flashing), gradual increase to 100 % (long flashing).
Off:
Main charging process, Bulk charge, is still being executed in the phase I.
„Main Charging“
If it is lighting:
Off:
If it is flashing:
Main charging, yellow:
Main charging process is Bulk- or Absorb charge, in the phase I or the charging phase U1.
Float charge, conservation of charge U2.
1. Disconnection of the battery protection: Temperature Battery I <-20 °C or >50 °
(automatic Reset <45 °C) or
2. External battery overvoltage >15.20 V ( >30.4 V ),
Automatic Reset
<12.75 V ( > 25.5 V ).
„Current“ Charging Current, red:
The lighting intensity of the LED „Current“ (Charging Current) will be reduced or increased depending on the
supplied charging current.
„Battery I“, yellow:
If it is lighting: Control and charging of main battery „I“.
„Battery II“, yellow:
If it is lighting: Control and charging of auxiliary battery „II“.
„Power “ Mains, red:
If it is lighting: Mains supply is available and charger is ready for operation.
If it is flashing: 1. Disconnection of safety timer, duration of the charging phase I was too long, too many
consumers, battery defective (short-circuit of the cells). Reset is only possible by
withdrawing the mains plug.
2. Internal unit failure (overheating), automatic reset after cooling down.
3. Wrong polarization of battery (+ and - are mixed up).
Operating Instructions:
Interruption of the Charging Process:
In case of a power failure or withdrawal of the mains plug during the charging process, the charging process
will be interrupted. The connected batteries will not be discharged by the charger. Thus, the charging process
can be interrupted at any time.
In case of frequent interruptions, particularly before reaching the full charge (LED „Battery Full“ is lighting
permanently), the battery should be subject to an occasional full charging cycle of 24 hours for equalisation
of the charge.
Lifetime of the battery: Partially Discharged Batteries:
In contrast to other battery types, batteries on lead basis do not have any harmful memory effect.
Consequently: In case of doubt, partially discharged batteries are to be charged fully as soon as possible.
Store only fully charged batteries and recharge them periodically, particularly in case of used (older) batteries
and higher temperatures.
Lifetime of the battery: Recharge totally discharged batteries immediately:
Sulphation of the battery plates due to total discharge is to be prevented by immediate charging, particularly
in case of low and high ambient temperatures. If the grade of sulphation is not too intensive, the battery can
recover part of the battery capacity after several charging/discharging cycles.
Lifetime of the battery: Keep batteries cool; choose an appropriate location for installation.
Overvoltage Protection: 12 V chargers are protected against connection of excessive battery voltage rates or
will be switched-off in case of defective additional charging systems (solar systems, generators or similar
systems), switching threshold 15.2 V, delay 20 s.
Overvoltage Limitation:
Sensitive consumer loads are protected by means of a limitation of the charging voltage to max. 14.9 V (29.8 V)
during all modes of charging.
Overload / Overheating Protection Charger:
The charger is equipped with a double electronic protection against overload. The unit is equipped with an
automatic protection against adverse installation conditions (e. g. insufficient ventilation, excessive ambient
temperatures) by gradual reduction of the charging capacity.
Voltage Measurement: Measurement of the voltage is to be effected at the battery and not at the charger (loss
at the charging cables).
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Charging Process Main output Battery I:
A new, complete main charging cycle is executed:
After a power failure (mains plug withdrawn or power failure).
In case of a lower deviation of the battery reset voltage of 12.75 V (25.5V) beyond the maximum charger
current for 30 seconds due to high load.
1.
Batteries being totally discharged to 0 V, will be subject to a preliminary charging to 8 V (16 V) with
reduced current.
2.
Bulk Charge: Maximum charging current (I-Phase) in the mean voltage range from 8 V (16 V) to the
beginning of the U1-phase for short charging times, LED „Main Charging“ is lighting; approx. 75 - 80 % of
the capacity will be charged. The duration of the I-phase depends on the battery conditions, the load of the
consumers and the charging state. The charger is recording the course of charging. For reasons of safety, the
I-phase will be terminated by the safety timer after 15 hours, at the latest (cell defects etc.).
3.
Absorb Charge: During the U1-Phase (LED „Main Charging“ is lighting) the battery voltage will be kept
constantly on a high level. The green LED „Battery Full“ is flashing, and the additional high battery
capacity will be charged. The battery charging current is decreased slowly while full charging is increasing.
The charger controls the charging time as well as the charging current. From these values and from the
course of charging being recorded during the I-phase, the charger determines the 100 % full charge point of
the battery for automatic commutation to U2. In contrast to conventional chargers with fixed default values
for commutation of the charging current, an unnecessary long U1-phase is avoided, which might be caused
by consumer load falsifying the charging current. The LED „Main Charging“ will stop lighting.
4.
Float Charge: U2 Phase ( LED „Battery Full“ is lighting permanently): The charger has now switched to
the lower voltage for conservation of the charge maintaining 100 % charge of the battery. Only the low
compensating recharging current is flowing being required for constant conservation of the full charge, which
is determined by the battery.
Charging Program Acid / Lead-acid Battery (Lead Acid): The charging voltage U2 is limited in time to
ensure gentle recharging, and the equalisation charging of the cells with small charging current rates is a little
increased. After that, it will be switched to the third, lower voltage rate U3 for constant conservation of the
full charge.
5.
Battery Regeneration: To ensure a circulation of acid accumulation in case of extended periods of
conservation of charge (due to e. g. stop periods of the vehicle), the charging voltage rate will be raised
automatically to U1 twice a week for one hour. After that, it will be returned directly to U2 (U3).
Note: During the phases U1, U2 (U3) (Battery Full) almost the total charger current is available
for additional supply of consumer loads without any discharge of the battery.
Charging Process Output Main Battery I:
(In case of 24 V operation: Multiply all indicated voltage rates and current rates by 2!)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Preliminary Charging of totally discharged battery, gentle initial charging current (I-Phase)
Bulk: Main Charging constant, maximum charging current (I-Phase)
Absorb: Main/Full Charging constant charging voltage 1 (U1-Phase)
Float: Full/Charging Conservation constant continuous charging voltage 2 (U2-Phase)
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Charging Voltage Rates of Battery I and Temperature Compensation:
(In case of 24 V operation: Multiply all indicated voltage rates by 2!
Charging Program „Gel“
Characteristic Line IU1oU2
Charging Program „Lead Acid“
Characteristic Line IU1oU2oU3
Notes:
TS = Temperature Sensor)
Charging Program „AGM / Fleece“
Characteristic Line IU1oU2
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Nominal Operating Voltage (AC):
Operating Voltage Range (AC):
Power Consumption (AC) max.:
Power Consumption (AC) min. (Charging Current 0 A):
Current Consumption (AC) max.:
Sinusoidal Power Factor Correction (PFC, CosPhi = 1):
Pb 2412
Pb 2416
SMT 2B
SMT 2B
230 V / 45 – 65 Hz
190 V – 265 V (Full Charging Capacity), Short-time (5 s) 300 V
400 W
530 W
5.5 W
6.5 W
1.8 A
2.3 A
Yes
Yes
Main output Battery I:
Nominal Battery voltage:
Battery Capacity (recommended):
Batt. Capacity (acc. to case of application):
Charg.Curr. Main Charg., I-Phase, 8V to U1, 0-15.5h:
Charg./Floating/Load Curr., contr., U1-,U2(3)Phase:
Adjust. Charact. Lines of Charg. Gel/AGM/Lead-acid:
24 V
52 Ah-100 Ah
32 Ah-160 Ah
12 A
0 A - 12 A
3
24 V
64 Ah-130 Ah
40 Ah-200 Ah
16 A
0 A - 16 A
3
Min. Battery Voltage for Charging Start:
Preliminary Charging Current,
Totally Discharged Battery 0V-8V (16 V)
Reverse Current from Battery (Power off):
Reset Voltage (30 sec):
Limit of Charging Voltage (Consumer Protection):
External Overvoltage Disconnection (20 sec.):
Ripple Factor Voltage:
0V
0V
6.0 A
< 0.5 mA
25.50 V
29.80 V
30.40 V
< 60 mV rms
8.0 A
< 0.5 mA
25.50 V
29.80 V
30.40 V
< 60 mV rms
Input Battery I -Temperature Sensor:
Charging Timer:
Safety protection against wrong polarization/
short-circuit/back discharge
Safety Timer per Charging Phase I- /U1-/ (U2-):
Battery Regeneration in case of
extended down-time 2 x week: 1 h:
Yes
3-fold
Yes
3-fold
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Auxiliary output Vehicle Starter Battery II:
Nominal Battery voltage:
Charging Current:
Safety protection against wrong polarization/
short-circuit/back discharge
Connection for Remote Control
Automatic Charger SMT:
24 V
0A-2A
24 V
0A-2A
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Mounting Position of Unit:
Temperature Range:
Built-in Fan with current and temperature control:
any
-20/+50°C
Yes
Protection Class/System of Protection:
Dimensions (mm):
Weight:
Ambient Conditions, Humidity of Air:
Safety Regulations:
I / IP21
I / IP21
210x138x72
210x138x72
1,350 g
1,450 g
max. 95 % RH, No Condensation
EN 60335-2-29
Delivery Scope:
Battery Charger
Mains supply cable with shock-proof plug
Operating Manual
Available Accessories:
any
-20/+50°C
Yes
Temperature Sensor
Temperature Sensor, Order No. 2001
Remote Control for Automatic Charger, Order No. 3129
Remote Indicator for Automatic Charger, Order No. 3127
Declaration of Conformity:
According to the regulations 73/23/EWG, 89/336/EWG,
92/31/EWG, 93/68/EWG, 95/54/EG, this product corresponds to the
following standards or standardized documents: EN60335-2-29;
EN55014; EN55022 B; DIN14685; DIN40839-1; EN61000-3-2; EN61000-3-3;
EN61000-4-2; EN61000-4-3; EN61000-4-4; EN61000-4-5; EN61000-4-6;
EN61000-4-11; ENV50204
Subject to misprints, errors and technical modification without notice.
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