MODEL 1605

MODEL 1605
MODEL 1605
BATTERY CHARGER
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Read Instructions Carefully !
NOTES
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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1. Introduction
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2. Technical Specifications
2.1 Electrical
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2.2 Physical
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2.3 Environmental
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3. Compliance
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4. Mechanical Overview Drawing 6
5. Step-by-Step Guide for Use 8
6. Sales and Service Location 10
6. NOTES
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1. INTRODUCTION
The Curtis Model 1605 Battery Charger is a low-frequency
charger for either 24V Lead-Acid Gell Cell or 24V Sealed
Lead-Acid batteries (customer must specify battery type when
ordering). These batteries are typically used on wheelchairs,
scooters and other small vehicles.
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2. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 Electrical
AC Supply Voltage (120V)
AC Input Current
108-132V, 57-63Hz
1.0A max 60HZ
AC Supply Voltage (230V)
AC Input Current
216-255V, 47-53HZ
0.6 A max 50HZ
DC Output Voltage
DC Output Current
23-29 VDC nominal
4.0 A -rms nominal
DC Output wires:
White
Black
Yellow
B+
BController Inhibit
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2.2 Physical
Width
Height
Length
Weight
77mm
72mm
133mm
<1.6kg
2.3 Environmental
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Operating Relative Humidity
Sealing
-10 -+50C
-40 - +85C
95% Non-Condensing at 35°C
IP30
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COMPLIANCE
Designed to meet International Safety and
EMC Standards:
EN60335-2-29
UL1012
cUL 1012
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MECHANICAL OVERVIEW DRAWING
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STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE FOR USE
1. Connecting Charger to Battery
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Connect the charger output connector to the
vehicle or battery connector
2. Plugging-in Charger
For the 120V model: plug the AC line cord into an outlet
supplying 108 to 132 VAC, 57 to 63 Hz power.
For the 230V model: plug the AC line cord into an outlet
supplying 216 to 255 VAC, 47 to 53 Hz power.
After a few seconds, the Red and Yellow indicators
should light up. This indicates that charging is in process.
If the Yellow indicator is flashing, there may be a
problem with the battery, or the battery connection (broken
wire or connector not plugged in). Try unplugging the charger
from the AC outlet and correcting the battery connection, then
go back to STEP 1.
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If no indicators are on, AC power is not
available or there may be a problem with the
charger. Make sure the AC outlet is operational.
If the problem persists, the charger may need
to be serviced.
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3. Waiting for Charging to Complete
The GREEN indicator turns on when charging is
complete. Charge time depends on size of battery and how
much charge it needs. Charge time may vary from less than
1 hour to 12 hours.
4. Unplugging Charger
Unplug the charger from the AC outlet. All indicators
should turn off.
5. Disconnecting Charger from Battery
Disconnect the charger output connector from the
vehicle or battery connector (if accessible).
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SALES AND SERVICE LOCATIONS
Curtis Instruments, Inc.
200 Kisco Avenue
Mount Kisco, New York 10549
(914) 666-2971
(914) 666-2188 FAX
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CURTIS INSTRUMENTS, INC.
200 Kisco Avenue, Mt. Kisco, NY 10549
Tel. (914) 666-2971 • FAX (914) 666-2188
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