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Diversified Power International
414 Century Court
Piney Flats, TN 37686
(423) 538-9002 (423) 538-9202 (fax)
www.DPIpower.com
ACCUSENSE CHARGE SERIES ON/OFF BOARD
FULLY AUTOMATIC BATTERY CHARGER
*Photo for reference only*
SPECIFICATIONS:
Part Numbers:
X-72C012xxx-xxxx
X-64C014xxx-xxxx
X-60C014xxx-xxxx
X-48C017xxx-xxxx
X-48C885xxx-xxxx
X-42C017xxx-xxxx
X-36C018xxx-xxxx
X-24C020xxx-xxxx
X-24C018xxx-xxxx
Input:
X = 1:
X=2
120Vac,
230Vac,
X=1R or 2R
120V or 230V with AC Relay
Disconnect
Mode Select:
72V 12A Lead-Acid Charger
64V 14A Lead-Acid Charger
60V 14A Lead-Acid Charger
48V 17A Lead-Acid Charger
48V 8.5A Lead-Acid Charger
42V 17A Lead-Acid Charger
36V 18A Lead-Acid Charger
24V 20A Lead-Acid Charger
24V 18A Lead-Acid Charger
60Hz
50Hz
Selects Battery Type – Refer to Section 6.
IMPORTANT: READ AND SAVE THIS SAFETY
INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
KEEP IT WITH OR NEAR CHARGER AT ALL TIMES
Manual P/N:
MNUL0018 Rev.9
Copyright © 2014 DPI
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Table of Contents
Section
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2
3
4
5
6
Description
Features
Introduction
User Safety
Installation
Grounding
Preparing to Charge
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3
4
5
5
Section
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8
9
10
11
12
Description
5-Stage Charge
L.E.D. Display
Troubleshooting
Wiring Diagram
Parts List
Warranty
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10
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Throughout the manual, look for this symbol. It means BE ALERT –
YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED. If you do not follow these safety
instructions, personal injury or property damage may occur.
1. Features
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Fully Automatic - starts and stops charging automatically
5 L.E.D. display to easily interpret charge and/or charge error
conditions
Many safety features, including Reverse Battery Protection and
Wrong Battery Connections
Charge algorithm controls BOTH voltage and current for precise
charging
Microprocessor-based control implements an intelligent charge
After completion of charge, charger will maintain battery at full charge
2. Introduction
The Diversified Power International (DPI) battery charger is designed to
recharge deep-cycle, lead-acid batteries. It is factory preset to operate in
one of 4 different charge modes; refer to Section 6 for further details. A
Mode Select Jumper field, on front of charger, allows user to change
Mode settings to select a different battery set.
CAUTION – Incorrect Mode setting may result in
permanent damage to your battery pack or property
damage. Refer to Section 6 for the correct settings.
Its simple method of operation and trouble-free performance makes it
attractive to use. To operate, after the charger is connected to AC power,
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simply plug in the DC cord set to activate the unit. The charger then
automatically charges the battery, and also monitors the battery condition
determining the proper charge profile and the correct finish phase before
automatically terminating the charge when the battery is fully charged.
3. User Safety Operations Guide
WARNING - RISK OF EXPLOSIVE GASES.
WORKING WITH LEAD-ACID BATTERY IS DANGEROUS. EXPLOSIVE
GASES DEVELOP DURING NORMAL BATTERY OPERATION. READ
THIS MANUAL EACH TIME AND MAKE CERTAIN YOU FULLY
UNDERSTAND IT AND FOLLOW THE SAFETY AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS AT ALL TIMES.
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To reduce risk of battery explosion, follow all safety instructions below
and those published by the battery manufacturer. Review cautionary
markings on vehicle or equipment containing the battery.
Use of an attachment not recommended or sold by the battery
charger manufacturer may result in a risk of fire, electric shock or
injury to persons.
Do not operate this charger if it has received a sharp blow, was
dropped or otherwise damaged in any manner. Refer to a qualified
service agent.
Charger contains no serviceable parts. If it fails during its warranty
period, contact your dealer for a warranty replacement.
To reduce risk of electric shock, unplug charger from AC outlet before
attempting any maintenance or cleaning.
Personal Precautions While Working With Batteries
 Have someone within range of your voice to come to your aid if
needed.
 Have plenty of fresh water and soap nearby in case battery acid
contacts your skin, clothing or eyes. Wear eye and clothing protection
and avoid touching eyes.
 If battery acid contacts skin or clothing, wash immediately with soap
and water.
 If acid enters eye, immediately flush eye with running cold water for at
least 10 minutes. Get medical attention immediately.
 NEVER smoke or allow a spark or flame in vicinity of battery.
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Be extra cautious not to drop a metal tool onto battery. It might spark
or short circuit battery or other electrical part that may cause an
explosion.
Remove personal metal items such as rings, necklaces, watches, etc.
Batteries can produce a short-circuit current high enough to weld such
items causing a severe burn.
NEVER charge a frozen battery. Thaw it out for safer and more
efficient charging.
4. Installation
The AC line, to which the charger is to be connected, must be capable of
supplying 10 amperes to this charger. If the Charger part number begins
with ‘1’ connect to a 120Vac-60Hz line; if part number begins with ‘2’
connect to a 230V-50Hz line.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, USE THIS CHARGER
ONLY ON CIRCUITS PROVIDED WITH A MAXIMUM OF 20 AMPERE
BRANCH CIRCUIT PROTECTION (CIRCUIT BREAKER OR FUSE), IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE,
ANSI/NFPA 70, AND ALL LOCAL CODES AND ORDINANCES.
The use of an extension cord with the charger should be avoided. The
use of an improper extension cord could result in a risk of a fire or electric
shock. If an extension cord must be used, it must be UL and/or CSA
approved. Locate all cords so that they will not be stepped on, tripped
over or otherwise subjected to damage or stress. Extension cord must be
properly wired and in good electrical condition, and large enough for the
AC rating of charger as specified in this TABLE:
RECOMMENDED MINIMUM AWG SIZE FOR
EXTENSION CORDS FOR BATTERY CHARGERS
Length of cord (feet):
25
50
100
150
AWG size of cord:
12
12
10
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Provide adequate ventilation for the batteries and charger. The
convection-cooled design requires an unobstructed flow of cooling air for
proper operation. Keep all charger ventilation openings at least two
inches (2") (5cm) away from walls and other objects. Do not allow
clothing, blankets, or other material to cover the charger.
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WARNING: CHARGERS CAN IGNITE FLAMMABLE MATERIALS
AND VAPORS. DO NOT USE NEAR FUELS, GRAIN DUST,
SOLVENTS, OR OTHER FLAMMABLES.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF AN ELECTRIC SHOCK,
KEEP THE CHARGER DRY. DO NOT EXPOSE IT TO RAIN. FOR
STORAGE, KEEP THE CHARGER IN A BUILDING.
5. Grounding Instructions
This battery charger must be grounded to reduce the risk of electric
shock. This charger is equipped with an AC cord set having an
equipment-grounding conductor. This AC cord set must be connected to
an appropriate receptacle that is properly installed and grounded in
accordance with the National Electrical Code and all local codes and
ordinances.
WARNING: IMPROPER CONNECTION OF THE EQUIPMENTGROUNDING CONDUCTOR CAN RESULT IN A RISK OF AN
ELECTRIC SHOCK.
The conductor with insulation having an outer surface that is green, with
or without yellow stripe(s), is the equipment-grounding conductor. If repair
or replacement of the charger’s AC cord set is necessary, refer to a
qualified service agent, and do not connect the equipment-grounding
connector to a live terminal.
6. Preparing to Charge
The instructions printed on the charger are for daily reference. Chargers may be
factory preset to Mode-2, but the MODE can be changed to suit different battery
types by rearranging the Jumpers found under the Cover Plate located on the
front of the charger, per the diagram found on the inside of the Mode Select
Cover Plate, accessible by removing its 2 screws. Also, this diagram is reprinted
below. Each Mode (‘color key’) is set to charge a particular Battery Type:
Mode ‘1’ or Black:
Mode ‘2’ or Brown:
Mode ‘3’ or Red:
Mode ‘4’ or Orange:
Use for Flooded US Battery batteries
Use for Flooded Trojan batteries
Use for Flooded Exide Batteries
Use for Crown / AGM Batteries
Note: Most other batteries share a charge algorithm that
is similar to one of the above – call your battery supplier
for help.
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Upon connection to Battery Pack, ALL FIVE L.E.D.s flash on, then off, up to 4
times. The charger is communicating the Mode Setting to you. Simply count the
number of times you see ALL FIVE L.E.D.s turn on, and off. Batteries are a
‘designed component’ and the materials used in their construction determines its
charge characteristic and also its suitability to your application. NEVER assume
differing battery types are equal in performance or charge requirements.
WARNING: ENSURE THE CHARGER AND ITS MODE
SETTING IS CORRECTLY MATCHED TO THE BATTERY PACK
TYPE. DAMAGE TO THE CHARGER AND BATTERIES, AND/OR
PERSONAL OR PROPERTY DAMAGE MAY RESULT IF THE
CHARGER OR THE MODE SETTING IS APPLIED TO THE
WRONG BATTERY PACK TYPE!
6.1 Be sure area around battery is well ventilated while battery is being
charged. Gas can be forcefully blown away using a non-metallic
material like cardboard.
6.2
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF AN ELECTRIC SHOCK,
CONNECT ONLY TO A PROPERLY GROUNDED, SINGLE-PHASE (3WIRE) OUTLET. ALSO, REFER TO GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS.
DANGER: RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK! DO NOT TOUCH ANY
UNINSULATED PARTS OF THE CHARGER OUTPUT CONNECTOR,
BATTERY CONNECTOR, OR BATTERY TERMINALS.
DANGER: VISUALLY AND MANUALLY INSPECT TO VERIFY THAT
THE DC OUTPUT CORD SET, PLUG AND BATTERY CHARGING
RECEPTACLE ARE IN GOOD WORKING CONDITION BEFORE EACH
AND EVERY USE AND DO NOT USE THE CHARGER IF:
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The DC charging receptacle does not grip the DC cord set plug tightly,
is loose or does not make a good electrical connection.
The DC cord set plug or charging receptacle feel hotter than normal.
The DC cord set plug blades or charging receptacle contacts are bent,
corroded or are dark or bluish in appearance.
The DC cord set plug, cords, receptacle or equipment charging wiring
are cut, worn, broken or have any exposed conductors.
The DC cord set plug, cords, charger or receptacles are damaged or
distressed in any way.
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Using the charger with any of the above symptoms could result in a fire,
property damage or personal injury.
Have your distributor, dealer or other qualified service agent, repair or
replace worn or damaged parts immediately. Repairs should not be
attempted by people who are not qualified.
6.3 Connect the DC cord set plug to the charging receptacle by grasping
the plug body or handle and pushing the plug straight into the
receptacle. Then connect charger’s AC cord set to AC power. The
charger will start automatically in approximately three (3) seconds.
6.4 Ensure that the Charger Mode is appropriate for your battery voltage.
For example, do not use a 48V rated charger to charge a 42v rated
battery pack.
WARNING: DO NOT DISCONNECT THE DC CORD SET PLUG
FROM THE CHARGING RECEPTACLE WHEN THE CHARGER IS ON.
THE RESULTING ARCING AND BURNING OF THE PLUG AND
RECEPTACLE COULD CAUSE THE BATTERIES TO EXPLODE. IF THE
CHARGER MUST BE STOPPED, FIRST DISCONNECT THE AC
POWER SUPPLY CORD FROM ITS AC OUTLET, AND THEN
DISCONNECT THE CHARGER DC CORD SET PLUG FROM THE
CHARGING RECEPTACLE.
WARNING: WHENEVER REMOVING AC OR DC CORD SET
PLUGS FROM RECEPTACLES, PULL FROM THE PLUGS’ BODY AND
NOT FROM THEIR RESPECTIVE CORDS.
7. 5-STAGE CHARGE
 3seconds after connection to A.C. Power, (and assuming the use of
the 120Vac 60Hz model part number 1-48C017xxx-xxxx, set to MODE2, all 5 charger L.E.D.s will flash on and off, twice, and then the Power
L.E.D. and Detection L.E.D. will illuminate. The Detection L.E.D. will
turn off when the charger’s output DC Cable connects to a battery
pack (means that the charger has detected the battery pack).
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 The Mode Select is annunciated by the number of times you see all
five L.E.D.s flash on and off, at the beginning of power-up. If you
count ‘4’ flashes, this indicates Mode-4 operation.
5-Stage Charging Process works as follows:
7.1. STAGE ONE - PRE-QUALIFICATION TEST
7.1.1. Yellow, Light Emitting Diode (L.E.D.), flashes on and off
SLOWLY at a rate of once every 2 seconds during this stage.
This stage applies tests to the battery pack. Further charging is
prohibited if the charger discovers a fault such as connection to
a 72V battery pack or reversed battery connections. Refer to
Section 9 - ‘Troubleshooting’ for understanding faults.
7.1.2. The duration of this stage is dependent on the condition of your
battery - approximately 45 seconds under average
circumstances, but if your 48V battery pack was allowed to
severely discharge to less than 42v (10.5v for every 12v
battery), then this stage can last as long as 5hrs.
7.2. STAGE TWO - CONSTANT CURRENT CHARGE (Bulk Charge)
7.2.1. Yellow L.E.D. illuminates continuously indicating that the charger
is charging the battery at the full rated output.
7.3. STAGE THREE - CONSTANT VOLTAGE CHARGE (Absorption
Charge)
7.3.1. Yellow L.E.D. remains illuminated continuously, but the charger
now regulates voltage and not current. While the charger
maintains a constant voltage, the charge current gradually
decreases.
7.3.2. When the charger has determined the battery pack has reached
80-90% capacity, the Yellow and Green L.E.D.s both illuminate.
7.3.3. This stage ends when the charge is replenished to 100%
capacity.
7.4. STAGE FOUR - CHARGE COMPLETE (Standby)
7.4.1. Green L.E.D. only, illuminates continuously. If the charger is
supplied with an AC Disconnect Relay (1R or 2R series), the
charger will disconnects itself from AC power, thereby saving
energy and cost. If not supplied with AC Disconnect Relay, the
charger continues to operate as a maintainer to safely maintain
battery capacity at 100%, by preventing battery self-discharge.
While connected to the battery, the microprocessor remains
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active to monitor battery voltage keeps a record of elapsed time.
The charger’s DC cord set can now be disconnected from the
charging receptacle by grasping the plug body or handle and
pulling the plug straight out of the receptacle.
7.5. RECYCLE CHARGE STAGE FIVE
7.5.1. Only after the completion of Stage 4, and after 28 days of time
has elapsed, the charger will reset itself; thereby automatically
initiating a new charge cycle routine and restoring battery to full
capacity.
 If the charger is left connected to AC Power, and then the DC cord set
plug is re-connected to another battery pack, the charger will restart a
new charge cycle from the beginning (Stage 1).
 If, while charging, the charger finds an abnormal charge condition, it
will attempt to shut down and indicate the ‘Condition’ by flashing one
or all of its RED L.E.D.s. Refer to the ‘Troubleshooting’ section for a
description of the Charge Error Condition, if you encounter a flashing
RED L.E.D.
8. L.E.D. DISPLAY
Under normal charge circumstances, the L.E.D.s operate as follows:
 Power On
(Red)
Illuminates continuously when AC power
power is present. Refer to the section
‘TROUBLESHOOTING’ if Flashing.
 Abnormal Shutdown
(Red)
Normally not illuminated. Refer to
‘TROUBLESHOOTING’ if Flashing.
 Detection Error
(Red)
If connected to A.C. Power, but not
connected to a battery pack, or battery
pack is discharged to near 0V, L.E.D.
will illuminate to indicate the charger
cannot ‘see’ a battery connected. Refer
to ‘TROUBLESHOOTING’ if Flashing.
 Charging
(Yellow) Charge Status Indicator – it flashes or
illuminates during the 5-Stage Charge
Process. Refer to Section 7.
 Charged
(Green) Illuminates continuously during the 4th
Stage of the Charge Process. Refer to
Section 7.
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CAUTION: TO AVOID DAMAGE TO THE CHARGER CORDS,
PLUGS, AND CHARGING RECEPTACLE, DO NOT PULL ON ANY OF
THE CHARGER’S CORDS. DO NOT TWIST, ROCK, OR PULL THE
PLUGS FROM THEIR MATING RECEPTACLES SIDEWAYS.
9. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
To be able to troubleshoot safely and effectively, it is important to read
this guide completely before beginning any tests.
WARNING: DO NOT DISASSEMBLE THE CHARGER. TAKE IT TO
A QUALIFIED SERVICE AGENT WHEN SERVICE OR REPAIR IS
REQUIRED. INCORRECT REASSEMBLY MAY RESULT IN A RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK OR FIRE. THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES ARE
INTENDED ONLY TO DETERMINE IF A MALFUNCTION MAY EXIST IN
THE CHARGER.
DANGER: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE CHARGER’S AC CORD SET FROM AC
POWER AND ITS DC CORD SET PLUG FROM BATTERIES BEFORE
ATTEMPTING ANY MAINTENANCE OR CLEANING
WARNING: DO NOT OPERATE THE CHARGER IF IT IS
MALFUNCTIONING. PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE
COULD RESULT.
If any of the three red L.E.D.s flash, the charge cycle has terminated
prematurely. An abnormal charging condition was detected and charging
stopped due to a Charge Error Condition. Refer to the following Charge
Error Table for a description of the possible failure or condition.
CHARGE ERROR TABLE
Flashing L.E.D.s
Condition
Power
Abnormal
Detection
Battery Voltage High
Off
Off
Flash
Battery Polarity Reversed
Off
Flash
Off
Output Overload
Off
Flash
Flash
Charge Level Unbalanced
Flash
Off
Off
Excessive Charging Time
Flash
Off
Flash
Excessive Overload
Flash
Flash
Off
Excessive Discharged
Flash
Flash
Flash
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Battery Voltage High. Charger’s DC cord set possibly connected to a
battery pack with voltage higher than the output rating of the charger.
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Battery Polarity Reversed. Check output connector and ensure proper
polarity. Remake connections.
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Output Overload. While charging, and, for example, under severe
motor loading, charger may shut down. This error is not very likely to
occur.
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Charge Level Unbalanced. Caused by unbalanced battery condition.
Example: some batteries are at a much higher state of charge than
others. This may require replacement of the batteries. Refer to the
Equipment’s Operators manual for instructions on servicing the
battery pack.
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Excessive Charging Time. Occurs when charging took too long.
Possible causes include: use of a battery load that is draining energy
from the battery while the charger is trying to charge that same
battery, aged or unbalanced battery conditions, etc.
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Excessive Overload. In the unlikely event that a heavy load is placed
across the battery pack while the charger is trying to charge the
battery and the charger cannot keep up with supplying energy to both
the battery and the load, then, the battery voltage will decrease.
Further charging is terminated.
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Excessive Discharged. This error is only generated by a condition
found during the Pre-Qualification Test Stage. If a severely
discharged battery pack did not charge up to 42v within 5 hrs, this
error occurs.
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WARNING: ENSURE THAT EACH INDIVIDUAL BATTERY, IN
THE BATTERY PACK, IS AT THE SAME STATE OF CHARGE AS
ALL OTHER INDIVIDUAL BATTERIES AND THAT ALL BATTERIES
ARE: equal condition, same size, and same rating. Use a voltmeter to
check the voltage across each battery and confirm that no battery is
higher or lower in voltage than other batteries by more than +/-0.2Vdc.
DO NOT MIX DIFFERING SIZES OR TYPES or Manufacturers or mix
Old with New in the same pack. Doing so may cause the battery pack
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to become unbalanced and may cause permanent damage to charger
or cause excessive battery gassing and/or personal bodily or property
damage. Never use charger for any purpose contrary to its intended
purpose of charging lead acid batteries in accordance with ALL
instructions printed in this manual.
TECHNICAL NOTES (IMPORTANT)
Do not charge more than one battery pack at a time. Battery pack
characteristics differ and may cause the charger’s microprocessor to
function improperly.
WARNING: AVOID CHARGING AN UNBALANCED BATTERY
PACK! The first sign of an unbalanced battery pack is when one or more
(but not all) batteries begin to gas. There are many causes that contribute
to an unbalanced pack and including the design of the vehicle’s electrical
system.
WARNING: IF THE CHARGER’S AC OR DC OUTPUT PLUGS OR
THEIR MATING RECEPTACLES ARE BROKEN, TWISTED, BENT OR
LOOSE AND DOES NOT MAKE GOOD ELECTRICAL CONTACT,
HAVE IT REPLACED BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE AGENT
IMMEDIATELY. DO NOT USE THIS CHARGER IN THIS CONDITION
AS FIRE OR PERSONAL INJURY CAN RESULT.
IF THE BUILDING AC LINE CIRCUIT BREAKER OR FUSE OPENS
This condition can be caused by a charger problem, a “weak” fuse or
circuit breaker protecting the circuit or an overloaded circuit. If the building
AC power fuse or circuit breaker blows, connect the charger to another
outlet (on different circuits) in the building. If the charger operates
properly on other circuits, have a qualified electrician inspect and test the
original circuit. If the charger causes other fuses or circuit breakers (in the
building) to blow, the charger should be tested for a problem.
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10. Schematic Drawing
NOTE: Relay optional - only installed in ‘1R’ or ‘2R’ models. Lockout circuits are model dependent
11. Parts List
If replacement items are needed, order by their corresponding Kit Number.
NOTE: Some parts, shown, may not apply to your model, search by Series Title as listed below:
Parts Kits For Models: 1-24020, 1-36018, 1-42017, 1-48017, 1-64014, 1-72012
KIT No.
PARTS DESCRIPTION
Explode View Item No(s)
KITS0002
KITS0001
KITS0119
KITS0107
KITS0113
KITS0055
KITS0109
KITS0115
KITS0120
Strain Relief Bushing for A.C. And D.C. Cord Set
A.C. Input Cord for models equipped with Input A.C. Relay (1R/2R models)
A.C. Input Cord for models not equipped with Input A.C. Relay (1- / 2- models)
Bumper Feet, Set of 4 pieces
Meter – 20A Scale
Mode Select Cover and 2 Jumpers
Enclosure without Meter Hole, Handle, Screws, Label
Enclosure with Meter Hole, Handle, Screws, Label
Enclosure without Meter Hole, Handle, Screws, Label (1-48015 Series only)
2, 8
1, 2
1, 2
3
13
17, 18
16, 22, 23, 24, 25, 6
16, 22, 23, 24, 25, 6
16, 22, 23, 24, 25, 6
KITS0129
KITS0106
KITS0125
KITS0156
KITS0157
Electronic Control Card for 72V Charger (1-72C012 Series)
Electronic Control Card for 48V Charger (1-48C017 Series)
Electronic Control Card for 42V Charger (1-42C017 Series)
Electronic Control Card for 36V Charger (1-36C018 Series)
Electronic Control Card for 24V Charger (1-24C020 Series)
20, 7
20, 7
20, 7
20, 7
20, 7
KITS0154
KITS0130
KITS0152
KITS0103
KITS0155
Electronic Control Card for 72V Charger (1R-72C012 Series)
Electronic Control Card for 64V Charger (1R-64C014 Series)
Electronic Control Card for 48V 8.5A Charger (1R-48C885 Series)
Electronic Control Card for 48V Charger (1R-48C017 Series)
Electronic Control Card for 36V Charger (1R-36C018 Series)
20, 7
20, 7
20, 7
20, 7
20, 7
KITS0066
KITS0067
KITS0068
KITS0069
KITS0070
KITS0027
KITS0079
KITS0080
KITS0081
KITS0126
KITS0127
D.C. Output Cord Set, Club Car Round 3-pin
D.C. Output Cord Set, Club Car Crowfoot 2-pin Blade
D.C. Output Cord Set, EZgo 36V D-Shape 2-Pin
D.C. Output Cord Set, EZgo 48V TXT 2-Pin
D.C. Output Cord Set, Yamaha, 2-Pin
D.C. Output Cord Set, Yamaha, 3-Pin Powerdrive
D.C. Output Cord Set, Star-Car 3-Pin Black Tip
D.C. Output Cord Set, Star-Car 3-Pin Yellow Tip
D.C. Output Cord Set, Star-Car 3-Pin Green Tip
D.C. Output Cord Set, Red SB-50 2-Pin
D.C. Output Cord Set, Gray SB-50 2-Pin
8,9
8,9
8,9
8,9
8,9
8,9
8,9
8,9
8,9
8,9
8,9
KITS0121
KITS0122
KITS0123
KITS0124
KITS0128
KITS0008
Transformer Kit, 24V Charger 1-24C020 Series
Transformer Kit, 36V Charger 1-36C018 Series
Transformer Kit, 48V Charger 1-48C017 Series
Transformer Kit, 48V Power Supply 1-48015 Series
Transformer Kit, 72V Charger (1-72C012 Series)
Relay – A.C. Disconnect
10, 11, 12, 26
10, 11, 12, 26
10, 11, 12, 26
10, 11, 12, 26
10, 11, 12, 26
14, 15, 27
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Parts Kits For Models:
2-24020, 2-36018, 2-42017, 2-48017, 2-60014, 2-64014, 2-72012,
1-24018, 2-24018, or additional parts kits info, not listed…
Please call our factory
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12. LIMITED WARRANTY
Diversified Power International LLC (DPI) warrants exclusively to the
original purchaser that this product will be replaced or repaired, at DPI’s
option, if it fails during the first 3 years after date of purchase due to a
defect in material or workmanship. In order for a claim to be processed
the product must be returned to DPI (i) with all transportation charges
prepaid, (ii) accompanied by a acceptable proof of purchase, and with a
Return Material Authorization (RMA) number, previously obtained from
DPI, printed and clearly visible on the outside of the shipping container.
This warranty does not apply if the product has been modified, abused, or
damaged or improperly or negligently used, connected, maintained, or
operated in any manner contrary to the instructions stated in this manual
or affixed to the product’s enclosure. Repair or replacement as provided
under this warranty is the exclusive remedy of the purchaser, and the
purchaser shall have no claim against DPI except for the breach of an
express warranty stated herein. DPI shall not be liable for any incidental,
consequential, or special damages for breach of any expressed or implied
warranty. Except to the extent required by applicable law any implied
warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose is limited in
duration to the first three (3) years after the date of purchase (and lifetime
Transformer warranty for original purchaser, only). Some states do not
allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages or
allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above
limitations or exclusion may not apply to you. This limited warranty gives
you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary
from state to state. APART FROM THE WARRANTIES SET FORTH
ABOVE, DPI MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
WITH RESPECT TO THE SUITABILITY OR MERCHANTABILITY OF
THIS PRODUCT, THE FITNESS OR THIS PRODUCT FOR ANY
SPECIFIC USE OR PURPOSE, OR ANY OTHER MATTER
PERTAINING TO THIS PRODUCT.
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