User Manual

User Manual
User Manual
Lead Acid Charger
452040-S and 459940-S Series
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CELL-CON
305 Commerce Drive, #300 • Exton, PA 19341
voice: 610280.7630. 800.771.7139
fax: 610280.7685 •web: www.cel-con.com
Doc.#410060-0030 t1/1/04
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CELL-CON
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THE CHARGER
The battery charger is only designed for indoor use and should not come
into contact wilh water or dust. In order to avoid overheating, lhe charger
should not be covered when it is in use.
Chargers filled wilh molding material are splash-proof, but must not be
immersed in water over long periods of time.
WARNING
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IP67
The mains socket should be easily accessible. lf an operational error
occurs, the plug should be immediately removed from lhe socket.
EXPLANATION OF CHARGE CYCLE
Boost
The charging current is at its maximum.
The battery voltage is lower than the switching level of the timer.
In lhe event !hat lhe charger is labeled "EN60601-1", lhen it satisfies lhe
requirements of electromedical equipment and can be used in hospital
environments, etc. The charger must not be used in the vicinity of flammable
anesthesia gases.
The charger contains dangerous vottages and the cover should not be
removed. Al service or maintenance work should be carried out by qualified
personnel who can get assistance by contacting lhe rnanufacturer's agenl
Explosive gases can arise while charging. Avoid sparks and open flames. Verify
!hat there is adequate ventilation while charging, The charger should not be used
in lhe vicinity of flammable aneslhesia gases. Avoid chargers wilh plastic casing
coming into contact with oils, grease, etc„ as most types of plastic can be broken
down by chemicals and solvents.
Tim er
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Chargers wil autornaticaly be switched oll if lhe battery is connected to lhe reverse
polarily. The safely switch will be autornatically switched back when lhe wrong
polarily has been corrected.
The charger is designed for cha1"9ing lead batteries. For safety reasons, individual
battery types should have a mimmum capacity. Recommended battery capacity:
12V 9-60Ah, 24V 4.S.30Ah. Contact the battery manufacturer for lhe specific
battery. Do not attempt to charge batteries !hat are not rechargeable.
Caution: Old, sulphated batteries usually have a reduced capacity and are diflicult to
charge. The charge current will fall quici<ly as if lhe battery had received a full charge.
Even lhough a battery in this condition should be replaced, rt will retain a small charge.
The charger is in time-controlled mode.
Charge current is lower than maximum.
The battery is norrnally between 80-95% charged when lhe
time-rontrolled mode starts (LED changes to Orange).
The battery voltage is the same as the switch level from rapid
charging. The charger remains in this mode until the time
interval is completed.
Float
The charger is in standby mode.
The battery is fully charged. The LED changes to green.
The charge voltage is at standby level, which means lhe
charger can continue to be connected to the battery.
The charger can retum to rapid charging if lhe battery is used.
Charging dlagram
tt mounted in a vehida, the charger can only be used when the vahide is not in use.
Technical speciflcatlon: See product labellng,
Voltage (V)
HOW TO CHARGE BATTERIES
1. Check the electrotyte in the battery. tt necessary, top oll with distilled water up to
S.1 Omm over the plates.
2. The charger and battery should be placed in a wel-ventilated area duling charging.
Do not connect the charger to lhe mains before rt is connected to the battery.
3. Verify that the polarity is correct and connect the correct charger dips to the
positive pole.
4. Connect tha other charger dip to the battery's negative pole.
5. Connect tha charger to the mains.
6. 'Mlen charging is finished, disconnect the charger from the mains before you
disconnect the charger dip from the battery's positive pole and the other from
the negative battery pole, in this order.
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Boost
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Timer
lndicallon: RED
Roat
ORANGE
Current{A)
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GREEN
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80%
100%
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Capac1ty
User Manual
Lead Acid Charger
452240-S, 452241-S Series
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CELL-CON
305
Comme~ce
Drive, #300 • Exton, PA 19341
vo1ce: 610.280.7630 • 800.771.7139
fax: 610.280.7685 •web: www.cell-con.com
Doc. # 410060-0020 0312411 O
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CELL-CON
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THE CHARGER
WARNING
The battery charger is only designed for indoor use and should not come
Explosive gases can arise while charging. Avoid sparks and open flames. Verify
into contact with water or dust. In order to avoid overheating, the charger
should not be covered when tt is in use.
that there is adequate ventilation while charging. The charger should not be used
in the vicintty of flammable aneslhesia gases. Avoid chargers wtth plastic casing
coming into contact with oils, grease, etc„ as most types of plastic can be broken
down by chemicals and solvents.
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Chargers filled with molding material are splash-proof, but must not be
immersed in water over long periods of time.
IP67
The mains socket should be easily accessible. lf an operational error
occurs, the plug should be immediately removed from the socket.
l,ll
LED's INDICATE FOLLOWING CHARGE STATUS
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In the event !hat the charger is labeled "EN60601-1", then tt satisfies the
requirements of electromedical equipment and can be used in hospttal
environments, etc. The charger must not be used in the vicinity of flammable
anesthesia gases.
The charger contains dangerous voltages and the cover should not be
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removed. All service or maintenance work should be carried out by qualifled ~
personnel who can get assistance by contacting the manufacturer's agent.
A fuse protects the product against short circutting and overloading.
The charger is designed for charging lead batteries. For safety reasons, individual
battery types should have a minimum capacity. Recommended battery capacity:
SV 4-12Ah, 12V 3-12Ah, 24V 1.5-12Ah. Contact the battery manufacturertorthe
specific battery. Do not attempl to charge batteries that are not rechargeable.
Caution: Old, sulphated batteries usually have a reduced capacity and are dilficult to
charge. The charge current will fall quickly as if lhe battery had received a full charge.
Even lhough a battery in lhis condition should be replaced, tt will retain a small charge.
Fast charge
The charger is in constant current mode.
Charge current is at tts maximum.
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Red
Final charge
The charger is in constant voltage mode.
Charge current is less lhan tts maximum.
The battery is norrnally 80-95% charged.
The charger stays in this mode until the charge current
decreases to charge termination level.
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Float (Standby I Ready)
The charger is in standby mode.
The battery is tully charged. The LED changes to green.
The charge vottage is at standby level, which means the charger
can continue to be connected to lhe battery.
The charger can retum to rapid charging if lhe battery is used.
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Charglng dlagram
lf mounted in a vehicle, the charger can only be used when the vehicle is not in use.
Technlcal speclflcatlon: See product labellng.
Voltage (V)
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:;..............- ...._„_ - - - .. - - . -+-------
HOW TO CHARGE BATTERIES
1. Check the electrolyte in the battery. lf necessary, top off wilh distilled water up to
5-1 Omm over lhe plates.
2. The charger and battery should be placed in a wel~ventilated area during charging.
Do not connect lhe charger to lhe mains before it is connected to lhe battery.
3. Verify lhat the polarily is correct and connect lhe correct charger clips to the
positive pole.
4. Connect lhe olher charger dip to lhe battery's negative pole.
5. Connect lhe charger to lhe mains.
6. IMlen charging is finished, disconnect lhe charger from the mains before you
disconnect lhe charger dip from lhe battery's positive pole and lhe other from
lhe negative battery pole, in lhis order.
Fastcharge
lndicalion:
Final charge
RED
Charge completed
RED
Current (A) t - - - - - - - \
Charge
termination
Current
Charge current
GREEN
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1
1
80-95%
100%
Capacity
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