CHG YA4 003 - Buggies Microprocessing Charger
Battery Charger Instructions
CHG EZ1 001- BU 36V
CHG UNV 123 - BU 36V
CHG EZ2 002 - BU 36V
CHG CC2 001 - BU 48V
CHG YA4 003 - BU48V
The chargers are designed for 36 and or 48 volt carts and care must be taken to ensure the correct voltage
t the cart half. Again, make sure
the cart half aligns correctly with the charger plug.
36 volt chargers are 115 VAC @ 12.0A (MAX) 60 HZ output: 25A @ 36 VDC
For use with lead-acid batteries rated at 180 to 260 Ampere-Hours (20 AH Rating) 18 Cell
48 volt chargers are 115 VAC @ 12.0A (MAX) 60 HZ output: 18A @ 48 VDC
For use with lead-acid batteries rated at 180 to 260 Ampere-Hours (20 AH Rating) 24 Cell
Overview:
The Eagle Series Battery Charging Systems utilize advanced micro controller technology to monitor all
cient proprietary
transformer design that allows the units to be lighter, smaller, quieter and run much cooler than older ferro
resonant designs. By utilizing SCR control technology with the latest control circuitry a precise charge current is controlled.
Precise control over output current allows the charger to constantly adjust and adapt to various factors such
as battery capacity, battery state of charge, internal and external air temperature and AC line input. Unlike
ferro resonant chargers, the Eagle Series is able to begin charging batteries at very low voltages. For example, an Eagle Series charger can detect and begin a battery system at a voltage as low as approximately .3
volts per cell, whereas other chargers may not be able to charge a severely discharged battery system until
the voltage has been raised by another means. Also, unlike ferro resonant chargers with little or no control,
nishing current required to maintain desired voltages
which assure a properly charged battery system after every charge cycle.
All Eagle Series chargers are equipped with an on-board diagnostic system which constantly monitors the
charger and alerts the user if a problem is detected with either the batteries or the charger. If the on-board
ers a high
ows that are possible when
using other battery chargers.
le gives the Eagle Series unsurpassed battery charging perforve stages are as follows: Forming, Bulk, Absorption, Equalize-Finish, and FloatMaintenance. This method of charging is designed to properly recharge the batteries while providing needed
mixing of the electrolyte. The Float-Maintenance feature of this charger provides the user the most convenient and safe method of maintaining the batteries while they are not being used.
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Forming Stage: If the battery system is below 1.75 volts per cell the charger will only output 8 amps. Under
normal circumstances, this will only last for a very short period and full charger current will begin once the
voltage has risen above this voltage. This is a very important safety feature that helps to prevent possible
battery failure due to a faulty battery in the series battery system.
Bulk Stage: Most of the battery capacity is replaced during this stage. Maximum rated charging current is
applied during this stage with a slight taper as the voltage rises.
Absorption Stage: A constant voltage is held during this stage as the charge current is allowed to diminish
to 8 amps.
Equalize-Finish Stage: This very important stage is designed to prevent premature battery deterioration due
to sulphation (mineral buildups on the plates) and cell unbalance.
Float-Maintenance Stage: Once the battery system is fully charged, the voltage is kept at a lower constant
voltage. This eliminates capacity lost to self discharge and also prevents premature sulphation.
LED Fault Code Indications
The microprocessor is constantly monitoring the charger circuitry and will detect and display the following
indications if a fault is detected.
1 Red Blinking LED = No Battery Detected
This indication occurs whenever the charger circuitry cannot detect a battery. The charger circuitry will not
allow charge current to flow under this condition. With the AC power supply cord unplugged, check the
connection to the batteries for proper polarity (black wire to negative and red or white wire to positive).
Also check for corrosion free secure connections to the battery. Please call Technical Services at 888-4449994 for further assistance.
2 Red Blinking LEDS = Forming Stage Timeout Shutdown
This indication occurs if the battery voltage has not risen above 1.75 volts per cell within the first 3 hours
of charging. This indicates a possible battery problem and the charge cycle has been terminated at this
point. The charger may be reset by disconnecting and reconnecting the AC power supply cord. Please call
Technical Services for further assistance.
3 Red Blinking LEDS = Overall Timer Shutdown
This indication occurs if the charger has not completed the charge cycle within the allowable factory set
time period (16 hours). This indicates a possible battery problem and the charge cycle has been terminated
at this point. The charger may be reset by disconnecting and reconnecting the AC power supply cord.
Please call Technical Service for further assistance.
4 Red Blinking LEDS = Internal Over-temp Shutdown
This indication occurs if the charger circuitry has detected operating temperatures inside the charger enclosure that are above the factory specified levels. This could indicate a possible charger problem and also
that the charge cycle has been terminated. The charger may be reset by disconnecting and reconnecting
the AC power supply cord. Please call Technical Services for further assistance.
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5 Red Blinking LEDS = Over Voltage Protection
This indication occurs if the charger circuitry has detected that the output circuitry is possibly defective.
Please call Technical Services for further assistance.
If you own a 1995-present,48 volt Club Car DS, the following wiring change is required for proper operation
of the charger.
Lift the seat assembly from the cart and place it aside. Standing on the driver’s side of the cart disconnect
the main battery negative cable (SEE Picture 1). Make sure if the cart has a run/tow switch the switch is
placed in the tow position before disconnecting the battery pack. Locate the computer that is under the
driver’s side rear upper body. (See Picutre 2) You can follow the negative cable you just disconnected as it
will route directly though the center of the computer. You will notice a smaller gauge wiring assembly from
the computer that has a larger 12 gauge black wire inside the loom. Cut this wire as close to the computer as
possible. Add a 5/16” wire lug to the wire and route it to battery number 6 negative connection. (See Picutre
2) The alternate location for connecting this wire is at B- on the controller. Once all connections are secure
connect the main battery negative cable back and tighten securely. Place the cart run/tow switch back to
the run position. You can now plug the charger in. Below are some pictures to assist the wiring change. For
Club Car Precedent models, see Picture 3.
Battery number 6 Negative Connections
Picture 2
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Picture 1
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Picture 3
Battery number 4 Negative Connections For Club Car Precedent
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