Ultra Charge Multi-Circuit Owners Manual
OWNER’S MANUAL 193111-074
Revised October 25, 2006
IMPORTANT: Read these instructions before installing, operating, or
servicing this system.
ULTRA CHARGE
Multiple Circuit
Silicon Controlled Rectifier
Battery Charger
DO NOT DESTROY
AMETEK/PRESTOLITE POWER , TROY, OHIO 45373-1099, U.S.A.
NOTE: Information regarding obtaining additional copies of this manual is located in the Introduction
chapter of this manual.
A battery charger is identified by model number. Incorporated into the model number is the 8-hour
ampere-hour capacity, case size, input power phase, and maximum number of cells in battery for which
charger is intended. The following example explains the basic model numbering arrangement.
Model
1050
E
3
24
T
2
UC
Ultra Charge
Number of Circuits (1 through 6)
Circuit Phase (S-Single Phase; T-Three Phase)
Used on Multiple Circuit Chargers Only
Maximum Number of Cells
Input Power Phase (1-Single Phase; 3-Three Phase)
Case Size
8-Hour Ampere-Hour Capacity
NOTE: This information is required for ordering certain replacement/service parts.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................1
How To Use This Manual ................................................................................................... 1-1
Equipment Identification ..................................................................................................... 1-1
Receipt Of Equipment......................................................................................................... 1-1
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS ...............................................................2
DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT ....................................................................................................3
Operating Modes ................................................................................................................ 3-1
User Selectable Output Curves .......................................................................................... 3-1
UC2000 Control .................................................................................................................. 3-2
INSTALLATION ....................................................................................................................................4
Location .............................................................................................................................. 4-1
Environmental Characteristics ............................................................................................ 4-1
Grounding ........................................................................................................................... 4-1
Line Voltage Changeover Instructions................................................................................ 4-2
Line Connections to Battery Charger.................................................................................. 4-2
Charging Cable Connectors ............................................................................................... 4-3
Pre-operation Checks ......................................................................................................... 4-3
Pre-Operation Changes to the Factory Control Settings .................................................... 4-3
MAINTENANCE ....................................................................................................................................5
OPERATION ..........................................................................................................................................6
Preliminary.......................................................................................................................... 6-1
Normal Or Daily Charge ..................................................................................................... 6-1
Equalize Or Weekend Charge ............................................................................................ 6-2
Manual Stop........................................................................................................................ 6-2
AC Power Fail..................................................................................................................... 6-2
UC2000 CONTROL FEATURES .....................................................................................................7
Main Features..................................................................................................................... 7-1
Description of Features....................................................................................................... 7-2
UC2000 Charge Archive Function ...................................................................................... 7-5
UC2000 Charge Cycle Review Function ............................................................................ 7-6
PROGRAMMING YOUR UC2000 CONTROL ............................................................................8
OPTIONS ................................................................................................................................................9
Parallel Charging ................................................................................................................ 9-1
Series Charging .................................................................................................................. 9-1
Fused Disconnect Switch ................................................................................................... 9-2
CDAC Expansion Kit........................................................................................................... 9-2
Remote Display kit.............................................................................................................. 9-2
Archive Downloading Kit ..................................................................................................... 9-2
Remote Stop Pushbutton Kit..….……………………………………………………...…...……9-3
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TROUBLESHOOTING..................................................................................................................... 10
Troubleshooting Table..................................................................................................... 10-1
Action ............................................................................................................................ 10-10
PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................... 11
DIAGRAMS
WARRANTY
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
How To Use This Manual
IMPORTANT: It is especially
important that all charger
internal components be kept
clean and dry, and all
electrical connections
tightened. Replace any
precautionary or instruction
label that cannot be easily
read.
To ensure safe operation, read the entire manual,
including the chapter on safety instructions and
warnings.
Throughout this manual, the words WARNING,
CAUTION, and NOTE may appear. Pay particular
attention to the information provided under these
headings. These special annotations are easily
recognized as follows:
Equipment Identification
The unit's identification number (specification, model,
serial number) usually appears on a nameplate
attached to the front panel.
Receipt Of Equipment
When you receive the equipment, check it against the
invoice to make sure it is complete and inspect the
equipment for possible damage due to shipping. If
there is any damage, notify the carrier immediately to
file a claim. Furnish complete information concerning
damage claims or shipping errors to the company
shown on the cover of this manual. Include all
equipment identification numbers and group part
numbers (if any) as described above along with a full
description of the parts in error.
Move the equipment to the site of installation before
uncrating. Use care to avoid damaging the equipment
when using bars, hammers, etc., to uncrate the unit.
Additional copies of this manual may be purchased by
contacting the company shown on the cover of this
manual. Include the Owner's Manual number and
equipment identification numbers.
WARNING gives information
regarding possible personal
injury. Warnings will be
enclosed in a box such as this.
CAUTION refers to possible equipment
damage. Cautions will be shown in bold
type.
NOTE offers helpful information concerning
certain operating procedures. Notes will be
shown in italics.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS
FOR OPERATION OF BATTERY
CHARGING EQUIPMENT
IMPORTANT – READ AND
UNDERSTAND THESE
INSTRUCTIONS. DO NOT
LOSE THEM. ALSO READ
OPERATING/INSTRUCTION
MANUAL BEFORE
INSTALLING, OPERATING,
OR SERVICING THIS
EQUIPMENT.
A. General
Battery charging products can cause serious
injury or death, or damage to other equipment or
property, if the operator does not strictly observe
all safety rules and take precautionary actions.
1. Installation and Grounding of Electrically Powered
Equipment – Electrical equipment must be installed
and maintained in accordance with the National
Electrical Code, NFPA 70, and local codes. A
power disconnect switch must be located at the
equipment. Check nameplate for voltage and
phase requirements. If only 3-phase power is
available, connect single-phase equipment to only
two wires of the 3-phase line. DO NOT CONNECT
the equipment grounding conductor (lead) to the
third live wire of the 3-phase line as this makes the
equipment frame electrically HOT, which can cause
a fatal shock.
If a grounding lead (conductor) is part of the power
supply cable, be sure to connect it to a properly
grounded switch box or building ground. If not part
of the supply cable, use a separate grounding lead
(conductor). Do not remove a ground prong from
any plug. Use correct mating receptacles. Check
ground for electrical continuity before using
equipment.
The grounding conductor must be of a size equal
to or larger than the size recommended by Code or
in this manual.
Safe practices have developed from past experience
in the use of charging equipment. These practices
must be learned through study and training before
using this equipment. Anyone not having
extensive training in battery charging practices
should be taught by experienced operators.
2. Charging Leads – Inspect leads often for damage
to the insulation. Replace or repair cracked or worn
leads immediately. Use leads having sufficient
capacity to carry the operating current without
overheating.
Only qualified personnel should install, use, or
service this equipment.
3. Battery Terminals – Do not touch battery terminals
while equipment is operating.
B. Shock Prevention
4. Service and Maintenance – Shut OFF all power at
the disconnect switch or line breaker before
inspecting, adjusting, or servicing the equipment.
Lock switch OPEN (or remove line fuses) so that
the power cannot be turned ON accidentally.
Disconnect power to equipment if it is to be left
unattended or out of service.
Bare conductors, or terminals in the output circuit,
or ungrounded, electrically-live equipment can
fatally shock a person. To protect against shock,
have competent electrician verify that the
equipment is adequately grounded and learn what
terminals and parts are electrically HOT.
The body’s electrical resistance is decreased when
wet, permitting dangerous current to flow through the
body. Do not work in damp area without being extremely careful. Stand on dry rubber mat or dry wood
and use insulating gloves when dampness or sweat
cannot be avoided. Keep clothing dry.
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Disconnect battery from charger.
Keep inside parts clean and dry. Dirt and/or
moisture can cause insulation failure. This failure
can result in high voltage at the charger output.
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C. Burn and Bodily Injury Prevention
The battery produces very high currents when short
circuited, and will burn the skin severely if in contact
with any metal conductor that is carrying this current.
Do not permit rings on fingers to come in contact with
battery terminals or the cell connectors on top of the
battery.
Battery acid is very corrosive. Always wear correct eye
and body protection when near batteries.
D. Fire and Explosion Prevention
Batteries give off explosive flammable gases which
easily ignite when coming in contact with an open flame
or spark. Do not smoke, cause sparking, or use open
flame near batteries. Charge batteries only in
locations which are clean, dry, and well ventilated.
Do not lay tools or anything that is metallic on top of
any battery. All repairs to a battery must be made only
by experienced and qualified personnel.
E. Arcing and Burning of Connector
To prevent arcing and burning of the connector
contacts, be sure the charger is OFF before connecting
or disconnecting the battery. (If the charger is
equipped with an ammeter, the ammeter should not
indicate current flow.) Always connect battery before
turning charger ON.
F. Medical and First Aid Treatment
First aid facilities and a qualified first aid person should
be available for each shift for immediate treatment of
electrical shock victims.
DANGER: ELECTRICAL SHOCK
CAN BE FATAL. If person is
unconscious and electric shock
is suspected, do not touch
person if he or she is in contact
with charging leads, charging
equipment, or other live electrical
parts. Disconnect (open) power
at wall switch and then use
First Aid. Dry wood, wooden
broom, and other insulating
material can be used to move
cables, if necessary, away from
person. IF BREATHING IS
DIFFICULT, give oxygen. IF NOT
BREATHING, BEGIN ARTIFICIAL
BREATHING, such as mouth-tomouth. IF PULSE IS ABSENT,
BEGIN ARTIFICIAL CIRCULATION,
such as external heart massage.
IN CASE OF ACID IN THE EYES, flush very well
with clean water and obtain professional medical
attention immediately.
G. Equipment Warning Labels
Inspect all precautionary labels on the equipment.
Order and replace all labels that cannot be easily
read.
EMERGENCY FIRST AID: Call
physician and ambulance
immediately. Use First Aid
techniques recommended by the
American Red Cross.
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DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT
DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT
The basic charging circuit is the silicon controlled
rectifier-type with isolating transformer (s). This SCR
design regulates charging current by allowing the
battery to determine its own charge cycle rate in
accordance with its state of discharge. It provides a
constant current-constant voltage-constant current (IEI)
charge that eliminates the possibility of overcharging,
even with line voltage variations of ± 10% and allows
the battery to finish at the proper current regardless
of battery age or gravity type. Single-phase and threephase input chargers have one transformer.
The Ultra Charge provides the optimum battery
charging possible over a wide range of environmental
conditions. The charger will precisely charge your
battery based on battery temperature, type, and size;
by automatically adjusting its own output charge
characteristic within the power limits of the chargers
power circuit.
When applied with the Prestolite optional Battery
Identification Module (BID), the Ultra Charge identifies
the battery at the time of connection and adjusts its
output for that specific battery. During the charge
cycle, the Ultra Charge continuously monitors the
battery’s temperature via the BID and adjusts its output
to match the battery temperature as it changes
throughout the charge cycle.
The BID module also allows for completely automatic
operation of the chargers multi-voltage and multiampere-hour feature. Upon connection, the Ultra
Charge reads the information programmed into the BID
and identifies the battery’s AH rating, cell size, type of
construction, electrolyte temperature, and adjusts its
output curve based on this information.
With a Prestolite Battery Identification Module installed
on your batteries, the Ultra Charge always defaults to
the BID mode.. The charger automatically adjusts its
output to match the battery information programmed
into the module.
This feature allows users with various cell size batteries
to charge any battery on any charger without the fear of
mismatching batteries and chargers. In applications
where daily charging is not necessary, one charger
could be purchased to charge two different cell size
batteries.
User Selectable Output Curves
As the technology of battery construction changes, so
does the charging requirements of those batteries. The
Ultra Charge is designed to meet those requirements
through three user selectable output curves.
Several output curves are preprogrammed into the
Ultra Charge and are easily selected by the user via the
control keypad. The standard curve is for flooded lead
acid batteries with the other curves designed for
sealed lead acid batteries. Should a new battery technology arise, the Ultra Charge has an additional user
programmable custom curve. This curve allows the
user to customize the curve for new technologies,
unusual application requirements, or simply to meet
customer preference.
The Ultra Charge is internally protected against
overload and short circuits by both input and output
fusing, plus Prestolite’s unique curve monitoring circuit
periodically measures the output curve to ensure that
the voltage and current are within the limits set at the
factory.
Operating Modes
The Ultra Charge can be set to default to any one of
three operating modes. The Multi-Cell mode allows
the charger to automatically adjust its output to match
the cell size of the battery. In Fixed-Cell mode, the
charger will only charge the cell size programmed into
the control and will reject batteries of other cell sizes.
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UC2000 Control
The extreme flexibility of the Ultra Charge lies in the
state of the art micro controller used in the UC2000
charger control.
When charging lead acid batteries, with the same
number of cells and ampere-hour capacity as shown on
charger nameplate, the charging time will be approximately 8 hours. Batteries of smaller or larger amperehour capacities can also be charged, but will require
shorter or longer charging, respectively.
The UC2000 is made up of two main components: the
Control /Regulator Board, and the Keypad/Display.
The Control portion provides the basic operating
features of the charger, such as auto start/stop, auto
equalize, charge cycle review, real time clock,
communications, etc. The Regulator portion
actually controls the firing or switching of the SCRs,
thus controlling the chargers DC output.
The Keypad/Display provides the user interface with
the charger. The durable membrane keypad is
impervious to moisture and mechanical shock. The
bright 2 line 20 character alphanumeric vacuum
florescent display constantly shows the charger’s output volts, amps, and amp hours returned during the
charge cycle. The display also provides the user with
plain English messages concerning charge cycle
status.
WARNING: Do not connect a
battery to this charger if any lamp
is lit. Do not disconnect a battery
from this charger while a charge
is in progress. Otherwise, damage
to charger, arcing and burning of
connector parts or a battery
explosion may result. Batteries
produce explosive gases. Keep
sparks, flame, and cigarettes
away. Ventilate when charging
in an enclosed area. Always shield
eyes when working near batteries.
Four bright LEDs molded into the keypad keep the user
informed of charge status at a glance, even from long
distances. LEDs notify you that a charge is in progress, that the battery is 80% charged, equalize cycle,
charge complete, and fault indication.
I-E-I Volt Amp Curve
Typical I-E-I Recharge Curves
Figure 3-2
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
Location
For best operating characteristics and longest unit life,
take care in selecting an installation site. Avoid
locations exposed to high humidity, dust, high ambient
temperature, or corrosive fumes. Moisture can
condense on electrical components, causing corrosion
or shorting of circuits (especially when dirt is also
present).
Adequate air circulation is needed at all times in order
to assure proper operation. Provide a minimum of 6
inches of free air space at rear and sides of the unit.
Make sure that ventilation openings are not obstructed.
Always remove the charger shipping skid from the unit
before installation. The charger must be installed over
a noncombustible surface such as concrete or metal.
Keep the charging area clear of all combustible material such as wood, paper, and cloth. When moving the
charger after the packing skid and box have been
removed, make sure that lifting forks do not damage
the charger panels or cables.
WARNING: SPARKS OR MOLTEN METAL
falling through open bottom can cause fire or
explosion.
•Install over noncombustible material such as
concrete or metal.
•Keep charging area clear of combustible
material.
Environmental Characteristics
Operating Characteristics
0°C to 40°C
(32°F to 104°F)
Operating Altitude
To 2000 Meters
(6562 Feet)
Operating Humidity
80% up to 31°c,
decreasing to 50% at
40°C, non-condensing
80% up to 88°F
decreasing to 50% at
104°F, non-condensing
Grounding
The frame of the power source must be grounded for
personnel safety. Where grounding is mandatory under state or local codes, it is the responsibility of the
user to comply with all applicable rules and regulations.
Where no state or local codes exist, it is recommended
that the National Electrical Code be followed.
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In addition to the usual function of protecting personnel
against the hazard of electrical shock due to fault in the
equipment, grounding serves to discharge the static
electrical charges which tend to build up on the
surfaces of equipment. These static charges can
cause painful shock to personnel, and can lead to the
erroneous conclusion that an electrical fault exists in
the equipment.
If a charger is to be connected to the AC power supply
with a flexible jacketed cable, one having a separate
grounding conductor should be used. When included
in cable assembly, grounding conductor will be green,
green with a yellow stripe, or bare. When connecting
input power to charger (as instructed in Line
Connection to Battery Charger section of this manual),
connect grounding conductor to equipment grounding
terminal (stud with a green nut and a cup washer and
identified by symbol
), taking care to make a
good electrical connection. Connect other end of
grounding conductor to the system ground.
If, for any reason, an input cable which does not include a grounding conductor is used, the equipment
must be grounded with separate conductor. Minimum
size and color coding requirements must be in accordance with any applicable state or local code, or the
National Electrical Code.
If metallic armored cable or conduit is used, the metal
sheathing or conduit must be effectively grounded as
required by state or local code, or the National
Electrical Code.
If a system ground is not available, the charger frame
must be connected to a driven ground rod (at least 8 ft
[2438 mm] long), or to a water pipe that enters the
ground not more than 10 ft (3048 mm) from the
charger. A grounding conductor must be connected to
the rod or pipe in a manner that will assure a
permanent and effective ground. The conductor must
be sized in accordance with any applicable state or
local code, or by the National Electrical Code. If in
doubt, use the same size conductor as is used for the
conductors supplying power to the charger.
WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK
HAZARD – Under no circumstance
should you use a grounding
conductor with a current carrying
capacity less than the ampere
rating shown in Table 4-1.
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LINE AMPS
DISCONNECT
SWITCH *
BRANCH FUSE SIZE
(AMPERES)
0-2.5
30A
2.6-4.5
COPPER CABLE SIZE AWG * *
POWER
GROUND
5
No. 14
No. 14
30A
7
No. 14
No. 14
4.6-7.5
30A
10
No. 14
No. 14
7.6-12
30A
15
No. 14
No. 14
12.1-16
30A
20
No. 12
No. 12
16.1-18
30A
25
No. 10
No. 10
18.1-22
30A
30
No. 10
No. 10
22.1-24.5
60A
35
No. 8
No. 10
24.6-32.5
60A
40
No. 8
No. 10
32.6-40
60A
50
No. 8
No. 10
40.1-45
60A
60
No. 6
No. 10
45.1-57.5
100A
80
No. 4
No. 8
57.6-78
100A
100
No. 2
No. 8
78.1-102.5
200A
125
No. 2
No. 6
102.6-135
200A
150
No. 1/0
No. 6
Table 4-1 Recommended AC Input and Branch Fusing
The above table (Table 4-1) is based on 75°C (167°F) rated conductors and 40°C (104°F) ambient temperatures.
Refer to National Electrical Code (1999) Tables 310-16 corrected to 40°C (104°F).
*
For 115, 208, and 230-volt lines, use 250-volt disconnect switch.
For 440-480, 575-volt lines, use 600-volt disconnect switch.
**
Two conductors and ground conductor required for single phase.
Three conductors and ground conductor required for three phase.
Recommended minimum size of grounding conductors (based on National Electrical Code 1999 – Table 250-95).
Line Voltage Changeover Instructions
1. Determine if the charger is connected for available
line voltage. A label located near AC input terminals
is marked with the AC voltage for which the charger
is factory connected.
2. If charger is not connected correctly, check serial
nameplate to determine that charger is equipped
to be connected for available line voltage. If charger
is suitably equipped, make voltage changeover
connections by following instructions on AC input
label inside charger.
3. If charger is reconnected, check input fuse (s) ratings
with ratings specified on label and replace if
necessary.
CAUTION: INCORRECT CONNECTIONS
AND INCORRECT FUSE SIZE can damage
this equipment. Follow voltage changeover
instructions carefully.
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Line Connections to Battery Charger
Follow local code requirements if different than
instructions in this manual.
1. Turn charger OFF.
2. Be sure charger is connected correctly for available
line voltage as instructed above.
3. On charger nameplate, note the AC input amperes
corresponding to the line voltage to which charger
is to be connected. Use that ampere value to select
the proper disconnect switch, fuse, and power cable
sizes from Table 4-1. A “WARNING” label inside
charger also lists fuse sizes for each line voltage
(circled fuse rating is required for internal line
voltage connections made at factory).
4. Route AC power input cable in through knockout
provided in side panel of charger cabinet. Securely
fasten cable wires to a power input terminal inside
charger. Refer to Grounding section of this manual
for proper connection of grounding conductor.
(Charger cabinet top or side panel, or both, may
have to be removed to provide access to terminal
block.)
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5. With disconnect switch (on AC input power line) in
“OPEN” or “OFF” position, connect power cable
coming from charger, to the switch. Install fuses in
switch.
Pre-Operation Changes To The Factory
Control Settings
Typically few changes are required to be made if the
amp hour rating is sized to the battery and the voltage
Charging Cable Connectors
rating is equal to or greater than the battery. However,
If connectors are already attached to charging cables, in some applications, some changes to the
programmable control settings may be desirable. The
make sure that they are attached so that positive
charger polarity will connect to positive battery terminal. most common changes are listed below:
TIME
Factory Setting for Time
If connectors must be attached to charging cables,
is
Eastern Standard.
follow instructions supplied with connectors.
(see Programming the
UC2000).
CAUTION: Make sure connectors are
securely attached to cables (good
MAX BATTERY
Factory Setting is 150° F
solder joint or well tightened set screws,
TEMPERATURE
(see Programming the
whichever is applicable). Be certain
UC2000).
that positive charger cable will connect
to positive battery terminal. If necessary,
NOTE: It is advisable to check the day of the
trace cables into charger and use
week, date, month, and year for accuracy
supplied connection diagram to
determine polarity. The use of a DC
AUTO EQUALIZE
Factory setting is ON (see
voltmeter may show polarity. Improper
Programming the UC2000).
connections will “blow” output fuse
and may cause other damage.
AUTO EQUALIZE
Factory setting is by Cycle
TYPE
(see Programming the
Note: If this charger is equipped with certain
UC2000).
optional features, the connector attaching
procedure may be modified. Refer to
AUTO EQUALIZE
Factory setting is 05 (see
OPTIONS chapter of this manual for details.
COUNT
Programming the UC2000).
Pre-operation Checks
MULTI-CELL MODE
Factory setting is ON. Can be
changed if the user wants the
charger to reject all batteries
of a different cell size than the
cell size programmed into the
Fixed Cell Size function (see
Programming the UC2000).
FIXED-CELL SIZE
Factory setting is the
maximum rating of the charger
(example 750T3-24, would
default to 24 cells). It can be
changed if the user wants the
charger to reject all but a
single cell size battery when
operating with the Multi-Cell
Mode OFF (see Programming
the UC2000).
1. Inspect charger thoroughly for damage; loose
screws, nuts, or electrical connections.
WARNING: ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD – Before inspecting or
cleaning inside cabinet, turn OFF
and remove fuses of disconnect
switch (supplying AC power to
charger) and disconnect battery.
2. Remove all special tags that are tied to charger.
Keep tags with this manual for future reference.
Leave all precautionary and instruction labels in
place on charger. Carefully read and follow
instructions on all tags and labels. Make sure all
labels remain visible to anyone operating charger.
3. Make sure all charger cabinet panels are fastened
in place, to assure proper flow of ventilating air
through cabinet.
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Other functions are available for programming the
UC2000 to meet your specific charging needs.
Programming these functions is described in the
Programming Your UC2000 chapter of this manual.
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MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
WARNING: ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD — Before inspecting or
cleaning inside cabinet, turn OFF
and remove fuses of disconnect
switch (supplying AC power to
charger) and disconnect battery.
Inspection And Cleaning
For uninterrupted, satisfactory service from this
charger, it's necessary to keep unit clean, dry, and
well ventilated. At least every three months, or more
often as necessary, wipe and blow out all dirt from
unit's interior components, with clean, dry air of not
over 25 psi (172 kPa) pressure. Use a hand bellows
if compressed air isn't available.
Lubrication
None required.
Fuse Replacement
The SCRs and silicon diodes in this charger are
protected by a “fast-clearing” type fuse.
CAUTION: The use of any other type
fuse besides the “fast-clearing” type
may cause damage to silicon diodes.
Check and tighten all electrical connections as
necessary to eliminate unnecessary losses and to
avoid subsequent trouble from overheating or open
circuits. Check for broken wiring or damaged
Insulation on wiring.
WARNING: ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD — Failure to keep internal
parts clean and dry may allow
transformer (s) to short out,
causing secondary circuits to
carry dangerously high voltage.
Be sure to replace all charger cabinet panels after
any servicing, to assure proper flow of cooling air
through unit and to protect internal components.
WARNING: ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD — All cabinet panels must
be replaced to protect personnel from
contact with hazardous voltages.
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OPERATION
OPERATION
6. When the charge termination point is reached, the
The operating procedure given here explains the
charger will turn off and the “Charge Complete” LED
operation of a Prestolite Ultra Charge equipped with the
will be lit. If an equalize charge has been selected,
Prestolite UC2000 Control.
the “Equalize” LED will be lit.
NOTE: If this charger is equipped with
certain optional features, the operating
NOTE: To disconnect battery from charger
procedure may be modified. Refer to
before charge is complete, press the red
Options chapter of this manual for details.
“Stop” key on the charger control panel.
Options not covered in this chapter will
be described on separate “addendum”
NOTE: While not normally required, the
sheets enclosed with the manual.
charging rate may be adjusted to compensate
for unusual ambient temperature, age of
Preliminary
battery, etc. Refer to items 33 through 42
in Programming Your UC2000 chapter of
1. Make sure that charger is installed and grounded as
this manual.
instructed in this manual.
2. Turn on main fused disconnect switch that supplies
AC power to charger.
3. Maintain electrolyte level in batteries to be charged,
as instructed by battery manufacturer. The volume
of electrolyte will expand during the charge.
Therefore, to avoid overfilling, do not add water
until the battery has received at least an 80%
charge. This will usually be reached at the time
gassing starts.
Normal or Daily Charge
(For batteries with ampere-hour capacity within the
range shown on charger nameplate)
1. Insure that battery size matches the charger and/or
charger setting. (Number of cells is equal to or less
than the charger nameplate rating and ampere-hour
capacity is within charger nameplate rating.)
2. Securely engage the battery and charger
connectors.
3. The charger will display READING BID and update
the progress bar. (2 to 7 seconds) as the data is
read into the charger.
4. After a short delay, the charger will turn on and the
“Charge in Progress” LED will light. The
alphanumeric display will indicate the cell size,
amp hour and phase settings for the upcoming
charge cycle. Then it will display current charging
cycle information. “Verifying Battery” may appear
for several minutes if the multi-cell mode is on.
WARNING: EXPLOSION HAZARD
- Do not connect or disconnect a
battery unless the “Charge in
Progress” LED is off; otherwise,
damage to charger, arcing and
burning of connector parts or a
battery explosion may result
(batteries produce explosive
gases). Keep sparks, flame,
and cigarettes away. Ventilate
when charging in an enclosed
area. Always shield eyes when
working near batteries.
Disconnect battery if charger is
to be turned off for prolonged
periods of time.
NOTE: To disconnect battery from charger
before charge is complete, press the
red “Stop” key on the charger control panel.
5. The “80% Charged” LED will light when the battery
has reached the gassing point.
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Equalize or Weekend Charge
AC Power Fail
Batteries may need periodic equalizing to correct for
The UC2000 Control will resume the charge where it
inequalities between cells that result from daily or
left off when the AC power failure occurred, virtually
frequent cycling. An equalizing charge should be given unaffecting charge time.
if any of the following conditions exist:
As power is returned, if a charge cycle was in progress,
1. The specific gravity of any cell at the end of charge the display may show “ACFAIL RESTART”. The
is 20 points less than the average.
charger is staggering the restart based on cycle run
times. This will prevent multiple chargers from restart2. The on-charge voltage of any cell at the end of
ing all at once, minimizing peak restart power.
charge is 20 MV less than the average.
NOTE: If a battery is disconnected from the
3. The battery has been stored for 30 days.
charger during an AC power failure and
discharged, reconnecting it or any other
4. A large volume of water has been added.
battery may result in an incomplete charge
cycle.
When the equalize mode is desired, follow the
operation outlined for a normal charge and press
WARNING: ELECTRICAL
UC2000 “Equalize” key to set the charge control for an
SHOCK HAZARD – Before
Additional 3 hours more than required for a normal
checking
electrical
charge. The charge is complete when charge control
components, turn off and
automatically lights the “Charge Complete” LED.
NOTE: The UC2000 is shipped from the
factory set to the Auto Equalize by Cycle
mode, and will automatically provide an
equalize charge every 5 complete cycles.
remove fuses of disconnect
switch (supplying AC power
to charger) and disconnect
battery.
Manual Stop
Abnormal Shutdowns
To stop any charge cycle before charge complete,
press the red “Stop” key. For maximum shift run times
and longest battery life, the charger should be allowed
to always reach charge complete.
1. Manual Stop
If the manual stop key is pressed during the charge
cycle, the charger will shutdown. All 4 LEDS will be
flashing and the display will read “Manual Stop
Fault”.
WARNING: Do not connect a
battery to this charger if any
lamp is lit. Do not disconnect
a battery from this charger
while a charge is in progress.
Otherwise, damage to charger,
arcing and burning of connector
parts or a battery explosion may
result. Batteries produce
explosive gases. Keep sparks,
flame, and cigarettes away.
Ventilate when charging in an
enclosed area. Always shield
eyes when working near
batteries.
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2. Back-Up Timer Shutdown
The standard UC2000 Control has two back-up
timers. The charger will shutdown and “Backup
timer” will be displayed if 9 hours has passed since
the start of a charge cycle and the battery has not
reached gassing voltage (80% charged), or if 4
hours has passed since the battery has reached
gassing voltage and a DV/DT charge termination
has not occurred. If the DV/DT feature has been
disabled (see Voltage Time section), only the ninehour back-up timer is active.
3. Battery Disconnect Shutdown
If a battery is disconnected from the charger during
a charge cycle, the charger will be shut down. All
LEDS will be off.
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9. High Amp Hour Returned Shutdown
4. Low Current Shutdown
If the cycle amp hours returned exceed the BID AH
If the charger output falls below a predetermined
setting or charger maximum AH rating for a predelevel, a low current shutdown will occur. All 4
termined amount, the charger will shutdown. All 4
LEDS will be flashing and the display will read “Low
LEDS will be flashing and the display will read
Current Fault”.
“High Amp Hour Fault”.
5. Curve Error Shutdown
10. Bad BID Read Shutdown
If the charger output becomes uncontrolled and
After 30 minutes have passed into a charge cycle,
falls above or below the proper level for predetera BID reading will take place, if the presence on a
mined period of time, the charger will shutdown.
BID is detected where one was not at battery
All 4 LEDS will flashing and the display will read
connect, the charger will shutdown. All 4 LEDS will
“Curve Error Fault”.
be flashing and the display will read “Bad BID
Fault”.
6. Unbalance Input Current Shutdown
If the charger input current becomes unbalanced
for a predetermined period of time, the charger will Charger Input Phase Setting
shutdown. All 4 LEDS will be flashing and the
display will read “Unbalanced Line Fault”.
The charger control must be set to match input phase
of the charger. All units received from the factory will
7. Didt Shutdown
have this item preset. To toggle the control setting,
After the 80% charged point, if the output current
press and hold either the 1 (1 phase) or 3 (3 phase)
begins to rise for more than a predetermined time front panel key for 3 seconds at AC power up.
period, the charger will be shutdown. All 4 LEDS
will be flashing and the display will read “Didt
Fault”.
8. Low Voltage Shutdown
If a battery on charge does not reach a minimum
on charge voltage in a predetermined period of
time, the charger will be shutdown. All 4 LEDS will
be flashing and the display will read “Low Voltage
Fault”.
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ULTRA CHARGE RECHARGING CAPABILITY
Figure 6-1
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UC2000 CONTROL FEATURES
Figure 7-1
Main Features
1. 16.3 A/100AH charging output rate.
2. Multi-Voltage Charging Capability
3. Multi-Ampere-Hour Charging Capability
4. Automatic or Manual Battery Temperature
Compensation
5.
15 Minute Minimum DV/DT Charge
Termination
6. 2x20 Character Alphanumeric Display
7. Four LEDs for Status Display
8.
LED lamp test provided on start up
9.
Manual Stop Capability
10. One touch Review of Charge Cycle
Information during charge cycle or after
charge complete
- Amp hours returned during charge cycle
- Total time on charge
- 80% point to end of charge timer
- Battery open circuit voltage
- Start current
- Start voltage (volts/cell)
- Finish current
- Finish voltage (volts/cell)
- Charge termination code
11. Review of Charge Cycle Data and
Programmed Features
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12. Review of Archived Charge Cycle Data for
the Last 99 Charge cycles.
- Amp hours returned during charge cycle
- Total time on charge
- 80% point to end of charge timer
- Battery open circuit voltage*
- Start current
- Start voltage (volts/cell)
- Finish current
- Finish voltage (volts/cell)
- Charge termination code
- Equalize time
- Start time
- End time
- Truck I.D.
- Battery I.D.
- Battery I.D. start temperature
- Battery I.D. end temperature
- Cycle ampere-hours
- Cycle cell size
- Battery Type*
- Month
- Date
* NOT INCLUDED ON DATAMATE REPORT
13. Automatic or Push-to-Start Operation
14. Manual or Automatic Equalize Operation
15. Fault Lock-out or No Fault Lock-out
Operation
16. Back-up Timer Shutdowns
17. Failure Mode Diagnostics
- High Battery Reject
- Low Battery Reject
- Battery Reject
- Battery Over-temperature
- Setup Error
- Low Voltage S.D.
- Charge Curve Error
- Low Current S.D.
- Backup Timer
- Manual Stop
- Fault Lockout
- Over Maximum Amp Hour Returned S.D.
- Unbalanced Line S.D.
- DIDT S.D.
- BID Read Error
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18. One Part Number Control is User/Factory
programmable for 6-9-12-18-24 Cells
and 100-200-400 Amp Digital Ammeter
Note: Units that include 36 and 40 cells require
an additional part number.
19. Adjustable 8-99 Hour Refresh Charge Delay
20. Voltage Time Feature (DV/DT Disable)
21. “Cell Forming” Feature (Programmable from
0-30 Cycles)
22. Programmed Features and Archive Data
maintained for a minimum of 10 Years
23. Charge Cycle Data and Time-of-Day/Date
maintained for a minimum of 10 Years
24. 6 Programmable Start Modes
-
Automatic Start (5 Second Delay)
Push-To-Start
Delayed Start
Time-of-Day Start
Time-of-Day Blockout
Timer Mode
25. Programmable Manual Override of Start
Modes
26. User Programmable Password
27. Automatic Equalize By Number of Charger or BID
Cycles, Day of Week
28. Programmable Cool Down Time
29. Staggered Start on ACFAIL Recovery
Description of Features
Multi-Voltage Charging — The Ultra Charge with
UC2000 Control provides the capability to charge
batteries of different cell sizes. With the Multi-Cell Mode
ON, the charger automatically selects the proper output
voltage. A 24 cell Ultra Charge will safely charge 24,
18, 12, 9, and 6 cell batteries. An 18 cell Ultra Charge
will safely charge 18, 12, 9, and 6 cell batteries. A 12
cell Ultra Charge will safely charge 12, 9, and 6 cell
batteries.
Fixed mode operation can be selected by programming
Multi-Cell mode to OFF. In this mode the charger will
charge only batteries of the cell size programmed into
the Fixed-Cell size function.
If the battery is equipped with Prestolite BID Module,
the Multi-Cell ON or OFF function will be overridden
and the charger will charge the battery if it is within the
charger output rating.
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Multi-Ampere-Hour Charging — The Ultra Charge
with UC2000 Control provides the capability of charging
batteries of different cell sizes at the proper charge
rates. Fixed Mode can be selected by programming an
amp hour rating into the Fixed AH size function that is
less than the charger ampere-hour nameplate rating.
The output current will be adjusted to deliver current at
the proper rate. Attempts to program
ampere-hour sizes larger than the nameplate rating will
not be accepted by the control.
If the battery is equipped with a Prestolite BID Module,
the Fixed Ampere-Hour function will be overridden and
the charger will charge the battery at the rate
programmed into the BID Module (BID Module
programming is performed at the factory based on
information provided by the customer) if it is within the
charger output rating. If the BID and battery amperehour rating are greater than the charger rating, the
charger will charge the battery at the nameplate amp
hour rating.
Multi-AH Programming Feature – The Multi-AH
Programming Feature allows the control to be
programmed to charge different voltage batteries with
the AH rates and curve types that have been
programmed for that battery voltage. When a battery
is connected, the control automatically senses the
battery voltage and sets the charge curve and charging
rates to the level that has been programmed.
If the battery is equipped with a Prestolite BID Module,
the Fixed Ampere-Hour function and Multi-AH
Programming will be overridden and the charger will
charge the battery at the rate programmed into the BID
Module (BID Module programming is performed at the
factory based on information provided by the customer)
if it is within the charger output rating. If the BID and
battery ampere-hour rating are greater than the charger
rating, the charger will charge the battery at the
nameplate amp hour rating.
Temperature Compensation — The Ultra Charge with
UC2000 Control is capable of modifying the output voltage to compensate for ranges of battery electrolyte
temperatures from 32 to 132 degrees F. Because the
80% percent point is based on reaching a point on the
charge curve rather than a single voltage, it is automatically adjusted with the output voltage.
CAUTION: Consult your batteries
manufacturer for the recommended
maximum battery temperature for
your battery.
When the battery is equipped with a Prestolite BID
module, the charger automatically reads the battery
temperature throughout the charge cycle and adjusts
the output voltage to match the battery temperature.
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All status LEDs will be Illuminated during the review
of function number one, thus providing a lamp test
feature. Nine functions are displayed during a standard
review. If the charger is idle, the information in all 58
review functions can be displayed. See the UC2000
Charge Cycle Review Feature section in this chapter.
A single item can be selected by pressing the appropriMax Battery Temperature—The UC2000 monitors the ate labeled key. This feature can greatly aid in the
battery temperature throughout the charge cycle. Pro- analysis of charge data and in situations where troublegramming the MAX BATT TEMP setting of the control shooting is required. See the Troubleshooting chapter
to the desired maximum battery temperature will cause in this manual.
the charger to shut down if the battery on charge is
equipped with a BID and the temperature exceeds the Automatic or Push-to-Start Operation — In the
set point. It will wait until the battery temperature has
automatic start mode, the charger will start 5-15
decreased to 5 degrees C below the set point before
seconds after the battery is connected. The alphanurestarting the charge cycle.
meric display will display “READING BID” and then display upcoming cycle information. In the push-to-start
Charge Termination — The UC2000 utilizes a
mode, the charger will not start the charge cycle until
patented proportional time DV/DT technique in order to
the “Enter” key is pressed. “Ent to Start Charge” will be
determine the charge termination point. This technique
displayed on battery connect when this feature has
returns approximately 107% of the amp hours removed
been selected.
from a battery (regardless of the state of discharge)
and prevents variations in the incoming AC line voltage
Manual or Automatic Equalize — An equalize charge
from affecting the amount of Energy returned to the
is a prolonged charge cycle (by 3 hours) used to
battery. The minimum time required for a DV/DT
correct any inequalities of voltage and specific gravity
charge termination on the UC2000 Control is fifteen
which may have developed between the cells during
minutes. The UC2000 Control can be programmed to
service. UC2000 Controls are shipped from the factory
utilize a voltage-time charge termination technique. If
with the automatic equalize feature enabled. This mode
the DV/DT charge termination is disabled, the control
of operation is indicated in the full Review “AUTO EQ.
will terminate the charge cycle four hours after the
ON” function. There are three modes of automatic
battery reaches the “80% Charged” point.
equalize. See the Automatic Equalize section in this
chapter for further details. When the automatic equalize
Alphanumeric Display — A vacuum florescent dot
feature is active, the “Equalize” key on the front panel is
matrix 2x20 character display is standard on the
disabled. When automatic equalize is disabled, an
UC2000 Control. The characters are .35 inches tall,
making the information on the digital display legible at equalize charge is requested by pressing the “Equalize”
distances exceeding ten feet. Plain English and easy to key on the front panel of the UC2000 Control during
countdown or after the charge cycle has started. If this
understand abbreviations are used to indicate charge
key is pressed again during the charge cycle, the
status output current and voltage and other functions
equalize request will be canceled if the equalize period
including; archive information, review information,
has not begun.
programming information, fault information, and
operating status. A blank display is utilized for AC
Fault Lockout Operation — In the normal
power fail indication.
operating mode (No fault lock-out), if an abnormal
Status Display LEDs — The “Charge In Progress”
shutdown occurs, disconnecting and reconnecting the
LED (Amber) is illuminated whenever the charger is
battery will clear the fault and the UC2000 will restart
flowing current to the battery. There are four status
the charge cycle as programmed. If an abnormal
LEDs provided to indicate the present operating
shutdown occurs with the fault lock-out feature enstatus of the charger and battery (see Figure 6-1). A
abled, disconnecting and reconnecting a battery will not
lamp test feature is provided. See Review of Charge
clear the fault condition. The alphanumeric display will
Cycle feature.
display fault lockout, and the status LEDs will continue
to flash even with no battery connected to the charger
Review of Charge Cycle — When the charge cycle
until the fault condition is cleared. The “Enter” key will
is in progress or has been terminated, either by the
clear the fault if it is pressed while a battery is not
UC2000 Control or the operator, the charge cycle
connected to the charger.
history can be automatically read out by pressing the
“Cycle Review” key. After displaying the information
from memory, the unit will return to the normal (Ultra
Charge) display.
Manual adjustment of the charger output voltage to
match the temperature of the battery is performed by
programming the proper battery electrolyte
temperature into the Fixed Battery Temperature
function (BID readings automatically override the Fixed
Battery Temperature setting).
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One Part Number Control — The standard UC2000
Control is user/factory programmable for 6, 9, 12, 18,
and 24 cell Ultra Charges with 100, 200, and 400 amp
shunts. Any combination of the above cell sizes and
current shunt sizes can be selected by DIP switches on
the P.C. board. This feature reduces the quantity of
spare parts inventory. See Figure 8-1 for
further information.
Refresh Charge Feature — A refresh charge of a
storage battery is a charge given to charged and wet
batteries which are in storage or inactive periods to
replace losses due to local action and to insure that
every cell is brought periodically to a full state of
charge. The UC2000 Control has an adjustable 8 to 99
hour refresh charge timer (programmed through the
“Refresh Delay” function) which starts with a normal
charge complete, either DV/DT or voltage time. If a
battery is left connected to the charger for the
Programmed number of hours after a charge complete,
the control will automatically begin a refresh charge
cycle. The control will start automatically even if
programmed for time-of-day start, delayed start or
push-to-start operation. The UC2000 will not start the
charge cycle during a time-of-day blockout period. It will
automatically request an equalize cycle if it is
programmed to equalize on that day. Charge cycle data
(Functions #1-50) is not affected by a refresh charge.
The charge termination technique for a refresh charge
will be DV/DT regardless of how the control is user
programmed, and the 0-80% back-up timer will be four
hours and fifteen minutes during a refresh charge. This
feature will insure that any battery left connected to the
charger for extended periods of time will not be
damaged due to self-discharge, and will be kept in a
fully charged state.
Finish Cell Forming Feature — The UC2000
Control can be programmed to provide voltage-time
charge termination and disable the low current
shutdown feature for a limited number of charge cycles.
The number of cycles programmed into the Forming
Cycles function will be forming cycles and that number
will be decrement each time a charge complete
condition is reached. The number of forming cycles
selected can be from 0 to 30 charge cycles.
WARNING: Enabling the Finish Cell
Forming feature will cause the charger to
continue to run for a period of time if the
battery has been disconnected before
Charge Complete or pressing the Manual
Stop key. This condition will continue
until the programmed number of cycles
have been completed. The battery should
never be disconnected while a charge
is in progress.
80% Charged Point — A standard UC2000 Control will
light the “80% Charged” LED and enable the charge
termination routine when the battery voltage reaches
the gassing voltage and the charging has decreased
below start current. The gassing voltage is nominally
2.40 volts/cell and is adjusted automatically when the
charger output voltage is modified to charge batteries
of different temperatures.
Data Retention — The UC2000 Control uses 2 types
of electronic memory for data retention. Real time clock
data is kept current by a non user replaceable lithium
battery in the absence of AC power. All other program
memory and charge cycle information is resident in
non-volatile flash memory. The minimum data retention time should be at least 10 years.
Time-of-Day Start — The UC2000 Control can be
programmed to delay the start of a charge cycle until a
specific time of day. Any time of day, in one minute
increments, can be used for the time-of-day start time.
When a UC2000 is programmed for time-of-day start,
and a battery is connected to the charger, the
programmed start time will be displayed. This feature
can be used to save on energy costs, provide a battery
cool down period, or to prevent opportunity charging.
Delayed Start — The UC2000 Control can be
programmed to delay the start of a charge cycle for a
specific period of time. Any time period from 1 minute
to 23 hours and 59 minutes, in one minute increments,
can be used for the delayed start period. When a
UC2000 is programmed for delayed start, and a battery
is connected to the charger, the programmed delay
time will be displayed.
Input Kilowatt Hour Feature — The Control will
calculate the approximate input kilowatt hour usage for
each charge cycle. This feature may be helpful in
determining the cost of charging given various charging The time displayed will be decremented once per
minute so that the time displayed is always the amount
scenarios with known electricity costs.
of time remaining before the start of charge. This
feature can be used to save on energy costs, provide a
battery cool down period, or to prevent opportunity
charging.
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Time-of-Day Blockout — The UC2000 Control can be
programmed to disable the charger during a specific
time of day. The charger will turn off at the beginning of
the blockout period, and resume the charge cycle at the
end of the blockout period. Any period of time of day, in
one minute increments, can be used for the time-of-day
blockout period. When a UC2000 is programmed for
time-of-day blockout, and a battery is being charged
when the blockout period occurs, the programmed end
of blockout time will be displayed. This feature can be
used to save on energy costs, provide a battery cool
down period, or to prevent opportunity charging.
Programmable Cool Down Time — A
programmable cool down feature allows the battery to
cool down for 0 to 8 hours before the charger
signals charge complete. During the cool down
period the alphanumeric display reads “Cool Down”.
This feature allows the battery to cool down before
being returned to use and can be used to minimize the
battery maximum temperature during operation.
Maximum Battery Temperature — The UC2000
Control can be programmed to interrupt the charge
cycle if the battery temperature exceeds the limit
programmed into function. The temperature may be
Manual Override of Programmed Start Modes —
programmed from 80°F to 150°F. Once the battery
A UC2000 Control, when programmed for time-of-day cools down past the trip temperature the charge cycle
start, delayed start, or time-of-day blockout, can be
will be resumed. The display will show “Battery Coolmanually overridden by pressing the “Enter” pushbutton ing” if the charge has been interrupted and the cooling
while the start of the charge cycle is being automatiperiod is taking place. A BID must be in use to utilize
cally delayed by the control. This manual override
this function.
feature can be disabled through the “Start Override”
programming function. The manual override feature
User Programmable Password — You may enter a
allows the operator to start a charge cycle immediately custom 4 number password for use in keeping proif a battery is needed sooner than the programmed
gramming functions protected. When the feature is
start time would allow.
enabled (function 55), you will be prompted to enter the
password. After that, anytime the user tries to access
Automatic Equalize — The UC2000 Control can be
the programming menu, they will be prompted for this
programmed for 3 different types of automatic
password.
equalize. UC2000 Controls are shipped from the
factory programmed to automatically provide an equalUC2000 Charge Archive Function
ize charge to every fifth complete charger cycle. The
number of cycles between equalize requests can be
The archive function allows up to 21 items of charge
varied from 0 to 30. If the UC2000 is programmed to
cycle information to be retrieved and displayed. The
automatically provide an equalize cycle every zero
last 99 charge cycles are stored, with the most recent
cycles, then an equalize charge cannot be requested
cycle labeled #1 and earlier cycles labeled in ascending
manually and will never be provided automatically. The order.
second type of automatic equalize mode is when an
equalize charge is desired on a particular day of the
The most recent charger cycle data is moved to the #1
week. When programmed for automatic equalize by
archive location when the next battery to be charged is
day of week, the UC2000 will provide an equalize
connected to the charger. At this time the all previous
charge to any battery which is connected to the charger archive cycle data is shifted to the next highest archive
on the programmed equalize day. Additionally, any
location (1 to 2, 2 to 3, etc.).
battery which is connected the charger previous to the
day of week equalize day will be given an equalize
The following key sequence is used to access charge
charge provided that it is at a charge complete status
cycle archive data:
when the UC2000’s clock calendar switches to the
equalize day. The automatic equalize features allow
Keys
Display
for the consistent application of equalize charges without constant attention by the operators. The third
PROGRAM/REVIEW
Enter
1-REV 2-PROG
type of equalize is by BID count. When programmed
Function 3-MAH 4-ARCH
for this mode, the current complete cycle count is read
from the BID at connect and compared to that of the
4
Enter Arch Func #
01
equalize cycle counter. An equalize will be requested
01-99/00 to Download
when the BID count equals the equalize cycle count
programmed into function 22.
Key in the charge cycle number and press enter.
For further information on programming and reviewing
the UC2000 features, refer to the Programming Your
UC2000 chapter and the Reviewing UC2000 Charge
Data section of this chapter.
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The charge cycle data will automatically scroll through
the display along with the charge cycle number. The 19
archive data items are described in detail below (see
Figure 7-2).
AMP HOURS RET
CHARGE TIME
The total ampere-hours returned
during the charge cycle. This
number includes ampere-hours
delivered to the battery during
the Verify, 0-80%, 80% to End,
and Equalize portions of the
charge cycle.
The total charging time of the
charge cycle. This number
includes the time of the Verify,
0-80%, 80% to End, and
Equalize portions of the charge
cycle.
TERM
1-Charge Comp
2-Low Current
3-Manual Stop
4-Battery Dis
5-<80 Backup
7-Cooling Int
8-CDAC Rej
9-Curve Error
11-Unbal Line
12-Didt
13-Lvsd
80% TO END
BATTERY OCV
The time the battery was
charged from the 80% charged
point until DV/DT or VT
(depending on the control
setting) charge termination.
This time does not include any
equalize charging time that
may have been automatically
or manually selected.
The open circuit voltage of the
battery immediately before the
beginning of the charge cycle.
START AMPS
The value of the current
delivered to the battery at the
start of the charge cycle.
START VOLTS
The value of the battery
voltage (in volts/cell) of the
battery at the start of the
charge cycle.
FINISH AMPS
The value of the charge current
delivered to the battery at the
end of the charge cycle.
FINISH VOLTS
The value of the battery voltage
at the end of the charge cycle.
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14-Ahsd
15-BID Read
The reason for charge cycle
termination. All possible codes
are listed below:
Normal Charge Complete
Low Current Error shutdown
Manual stop
Battery disconnected while
charging
0-80% Back-up Timer Error
shutdown.
CDAC function
CDAC Battery Rejection
Charger Output Curve Error
shutdown
Unbalanced Input Line Error
shutdown
Rising Current/Falling Voltage
Error shutdown
Low Charging Voltage Error
shutdown
Excessive AH Returned Error
Shutdown
BID Error Shutdown
EQUALIZE TIME
The time of the equalize portion
of the charge cycle. Equalize
can be automatically or manually
selected.
START TIME
The time at the start of the charge
cycle (Military format).
END TIME
The time at the end of the charge
cycle. Includes the equalize time
if it was automatically or manually
selected (am/pm format).
TRUCK I.D.
The Truck I.D. number of the
truck that the battery was
discharged in prior to the charge
cycle. Requires Prestolite Truck
and Battery Identification
Modules (TID and BID).
BATTERY I.D.
The Battery I.D. number of the
battery that was charged in the
charge cycle. Requires Prestolite
Battery Identification Module
(BID).
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BID START TEMP
01. AMP HOURS RET
The temperature of the
battery sensed by the
Prestolite Battery Identification
Module at the start of the
charge cycle.
BID END TEMP
The temperature of the
battery sensed by the
Prestolite Battery Identification
Module at the end of the
02. CHARGE TIME
charge cycle.
CYC. AMP HOURS
The Ampere-hour setting
of the charger during the
charge cycle. This value
cannot exceed the maximum
charger output rating.
CYCLE CELLS
The Cell Size setting of the
charger during the charge
cycle. This value cannot
exceed the maximum charger
output rating.
BATTERY TYPE
The Battery Type setting of the
charger during the charge
cycle. This value cannot
exceed the maximum charger
04. BATTERY OCV
output rating.
PRESENT MONTH
The month that the charge
cycle occurred.
PRESENT DATE
The day of the month that the
charge cycle occurred.
UC2000 Charge Cycle Review Function
03. 80% TO END
05. START AMPS
06. START VOLTS
The review function allows up to 58 (59 for 36 & 40 cell
assemblies) items of charge cycle information to be
retrieved and displayed. Only the last charge cycle is
stored, with the data being moved into archive cycle #1 07. FINISH AMPS
location when the next battery is connected to the
charger. The review data functions described in detail
below in ascending order.
08. FINISH VOLTS
A single review item can be accessed by entering its
item number at the “Enter Rev Func #
” prompt.
The following key sequence is used to access charge
cycle review data functions.
Keys
The total ampere-hours
returned during the charge
cycle. This number includes
ampere-hours delivered to
the battery during the Verify,
0-80%, 80% to End, and
Equalize portions of the
charge cycle.
The total charging time of the
charge cycle. This number
includes the time of the Verify,
0-80%, 80% to End, and
Equalize portions of the
charge cycle.
The time the battery was
charged from the 80%
charged point until DV/DT or
VT (depending on the control
setting) charge termination.
This time does not include any
Equalize charging time that
may have been automatically
or manually selected.
The open circuit voltage of the
battery immediately before the
beginning of the charge cycle.
The value of the current
delivered to the battery at the
start of the charge cycle.
The value of the battery voltage
(in volts/cell) of the battery at
the start of the charge cycle.
The value of the charge current
delivered to the battery at the
end of the charge cycle.
The value of the battery
voltage at the end of the
charge cycle.
Display
Program/Review
1
Enter
1-REV 2-PROG
Function 3-MAH 4-ARCH
Enter Rev Func #
01
Key in function number and press enter or scroll using
arrow keys to review entire charge cycle (see Fig. 7-2).
You may re-enter a new function number at any time to
jump through the menu quickly.
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09. TERM
1-Charge Comp
2-Low Current
3-Manual Stop
4-Battery Dis
5-<80 Backup
7-Cooling Int
8-CDAC Rej
9-Curve Error
11-Unbal Line
12-Didt
13-Lvsd
14-Ahsd
15-BID Read
10. EQUALIZE TIME
11. START TIME
17. BID START TEMP
The reason for charge cycle
termination. All possible codes
are listed below:
Normal Charge Complete
Low Current Error shutdown
Manual stop
Battery disconnected while
charging
0-80% Back-up Timer Error
shutdown.
CDAC function
CDAC Battery Rejection
Charger Output Curve Error
shutdown
Unbalanced Input Line Error
shutdown
Rising Current/Falling Voltage
Error shutdown
Low Charging Voltage Error
shutdown
Excessive AH Returned Error
shutdown
BID Error Shutdown
12. END TIME
The time at the end of the
charge cycle. Includes the
equalize time if it was
automatically or manually
selected (AM/PM format).
13. TRUCK I.D.
The Truck I.D. number of the
truck that the battery was
discharged in prior to the
charge cycle. Requires
Prestolite Truck and Battery
Identification Modules
(TID and BID).
14. BATTERY I.D.
The Battery I.D. number of the
battery that was charged in the
charge cycle. Requires
Prestolite Battery Identification
Module (BID).
15. BATTERY VOLTS The present voltage of the
battery connected to the
battery charger (volts DC).
16. FAN RUN
HOURS (k)
7-8
18. BID END TEMP.
The temperature of the battery
sensed by the Prestolite
Battery Identification Module
at the end of the charge cycle
(degrees F).
19. PRESENT TIME
The present time (AM/PM
format).
20. WEEK DAY
The present day of week
(SUN through SAT).
21. EQUALIZE TYPE
The type of auto equalize
selected. The types that can
be selected are listed below:
CYC.
The time of the equalize
portion of the charge cycle.
Equalize can be automatically
or manually selected.
The time at the start of the
charge cycle (AM/PM format).
The number of hours
(thousands) that the charger
fan (if equipped) has run.
The temperature of the battery
sensed by the Prestolite
Battery Identification Module
at the start of the charge cycle
(degrees F).
D.O.W.
BID
= By cycle count (see
AUTO EQ. COUNT).
= By the day of week
(see Auto EQ. Day).
=
By BID count
22. EQUALIZE CYCLES The number of charge cycles
between equalize charges
when the auto equalize
function is programmed “ON”
and the auto equalize type is
set to “COUNT”.
23. EQ. DAY
The day of the week that an
equalize charge cycle is
performed when the auto
equalize function is “ON”
and the auto equalize type
is set to “DAY”.
24. AUTO EQUALIZE
Shows the auto equalize
function on or off.
Auto equalize “OFF”
Auto equalize “ON”
25. T.O.D. START
Time of day start time.
(AM/PM). See START MODE.
26. DELAYED START Delayed start time interval.
(00H 00M to 23H 59M).
See START MODE.
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27. BLOCK START
The beginning time of the
time of day blockout
function (AM/PM). See
START MODE
28. BLOCK END
The ending time of the time
of day blockout function.
(AM/PM). See START
MODE.
29. START OVERIDE
The start override function
that allows the operator to
override any of charger start
modes (i.e. delayed start,
time of day start, or time of
day blockout) by pressing
the ENTER key.
30. START MODE
32. SPECIAL OPTION
OFF
“P.T.S.“
= Automatic mode
F.L.O.
33. CYC. AMP HOURS
The ampere-hour setting of
the charger during the
charge cycle. This value
cannot exceed the
maximum charger output
rating.
34. CYCLE CELLS
The cell size setting of the
charger during the charge
cycle. This value cannot
exceed the maximum
charger output rating.
35. FIXED CELL SIZE
The cell size the charger
will operate at if the”multicell mode” is not selected
and the charger does not
detect a Prestolite BID
module. See “MULTICELL MODE”.
36. FIXED AMP HRS
The ampere-hour size the
charger will operate at if
the charger does not
detect a Prestolite BID
module.
37. FIX.BAT.TEMP.
The battery temperature
used for charger output
voltage compensation, if
the charger does not
detect a Prestolite BID
Module (032 to 132°F).
DELAYED= Delay start mode
TIMER
= Timer Mode
31. FORMING CYCLES The number of forming
cycles for a new battery by
disabling the low current
shutdown, and setting VT
Termination mode for the
programmed number of
cycles (00 to 30).
WARNING: Enabling the Finish Cell
Forming feature will cause the
charger to continue to run for a
period of time if the battery has
been disconnected before Charge
Complete or pressing the Manual
Stop key. This condition will continue
until the programmed number of
cycles have been completed. The
battery should never be disconnected
while a charge is in progress.
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= Fault lockout mode.
The charger will not restart
until any faults are reset by
pressing the “ENTER” key
with no battery connected.
T.O.D.S. = Time of day
start mode
T.O.D.B. = Time of day
blockout
= Push to start mode.
The charger will not start
until the “ENTER” key is
pressed.
Shows the selected start
mode for the start of the
charge cycle.
AUTO
Special option modes see
below.
CAUTION: Do Not Exceed the Battery
Manufacturer’s Maximum allowed Battery
temperature.
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38. BATTERY TYPE
FLD
The battery type the charger
uses to select the proper
output voltage and current
characteristic, if the charger
does detect a Prestolite BID.
= Standard flooded lead acid
industrial type battery curve.
Disables the automatic
DV/DT charge termination
feature and enables Voltage
Time charge termination.
OFF =
(DV/DT Mode)
ON
(VT mode)
=
46. PRESENT
MONTH
The current month (1 to 12)
100 A.H.,FIN. A/100A.H.,
GAS. V/C., and LID. V/C.
47. PRESENT
DATE
The current day of the month
(1 to 31).
The current year (00 to 99).
= Sealed lead acid battery curves
48. PRESENT
YEAR
49. MULTICELL
MODE
Enables the automatic cell
selection mode of operation
for the charger. When turned
off, the charger operates at
the Fixed cell size (see FIX.
CELL SIZE).
CTM. = Custom curve. Uses the
voltage and current values
programmed in the STRT A/
YGR
SLR
DSG
SLE
DAG
CDR
45. DVDT DISABLE
*MAH will be displayed if the Multi-Amp Hour
Feature is turned on.
39. START AMPS/100
The selected output curve
start current setting (10.0 to
16.3 amps per 100 amperehours).
50. COOL DOWN
HOURS
40. FINISH AMPS/100
The selected output curve
finish current setting (0.0 to
7.9 amps per 100 amperehours).
The number of hours cool
down from the end of charge
until charge complete is
indicated by the charger
(0 to 8).
51. BID CELLS
If a connected battery is
equipped with a Battery I.D.
module, the battery cells size
(6,9,12,18,24,36) may be reprogrammed into the BID. The
control must be in “Manual
Stop” status.
52. BID NUMBER
If a connected battery is
equipped with a Battery I.D.
module, the I.D. number
(001-999) may be reprogrammed into the BID. The
control must be in “Manual
Stop” status.
41. GASSING V/C
The selected output curve
gassing voltage level setting
(2.00 to 2.99 volts/cell).
42. LID. V/C
The selected output curve
lid voltage setting (2.00 to
2.99 volts/cell).
43. CHARGER I.D.
The battery charger identification number. This must be
set to 0000 unless the battery
charger is part of a Prestolite
CDAC system. (0000 to 9999)
Factory setting = 0000
44. REFRESH DELAY
The number of hours before
the charger automatically
starts and refresh charges a
battery that has not been
disconnected (8 to 99 hours).
53. BID AMP HOURS If a connected battery is
equipped with a Battery I.D.
module, the battery amp-hour
size (0000-9999) may be reprogrammed into the BID.
The control must be in “Manual
Stop” status.
Factory Setting = 72 hours.
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54. BID BATTERY
TYPE
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
FLD
CTM
YGR
SLR
DSG
SLE
DAG
CDR
55. PASSWORD
56. MAX BATT TEMP
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If a connected battery is
equipped with a Battery I.D.
module, the battery type
may be programmed into
the BID. The control must
be in “Manual Stop” status.
Flooded Lead Acid
Custom curve (programmable)
Sealed battery curve
Sealed battery curve
Sealed battery curve
Sealed battery curve
Sealed battery curve
Sealed battery curve
Optional password required
required to program if
turned on.
57. CYCLE KWH
The number of kilowatt hours
used during the last charge
cycle.
58. MAX CELL SIZE
Programs the Max Cell Size
available on 40 cell chargers
in the multi-cell mode. The
charger cannot automatically
recognize the difference
between 40 and 36 cell sizes
and therefore the Max Cell
Size in that mode must be
programmed to 36 or 40 cells.
Regardless of this setting 36 or
40 cell batteries with properly
programmed Prestolite BID
modules will correctly be
charged.
36 = 36 Cells
40 = 40 Cells
The maximum battery
temperature for charging to
start or continue. Once
interrupted, the charge will
restart after the temperature
drops 5 degrees F. (For use
with BID only)
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Programming Your UC2000 Control
21. EQUALIZE TYPE
The programming function allows 38 functions to be
programmed to customize your Prestolite Ultra Charge
to your battery charging application. Programming is not
available during an active charge cycle, and can only be
accessed before battery connect or after charge termination.
All programmable functions are keyed with the
sequence shown below. To prevent unauthorized
access, use the optional password feature. Any single
programming item can be accessed by entering its
function number at the prompt or by using the arrow
keys to scroll to the item. If the password feature is
used and the improper number is entered, the control
will reject access to programming and display
“Password Failed”. The sequence may then be started
over.
Keys
Use the up or down arrow to
select the proper setting
22. EQUALIZE COUNT
The number of complete charge
cycles between equalize
charges when the auto equalize
function is programmed “ON”
and the auto equalize type is
set to “COUNT” or “BID”.
05 = factory setting.
Use the up or down arrow to
select the proper setting.
23. EQ. DAY
The day of the week that an
equalize charge cycle is
performed when the auto
equalize function is “ON” and
the auto equalize type is set
to “DAY”.
Saturday = factory setting.
Use the up or down arrow to
select the proper setting.
Display
Program/Review
2
Enter
1-REV 2-PROG
Function 3-MAH 4-ARCH
Enter Prog Func #
Enter password if required. Key in function number or
scroll using arrow keys to reach the desired
programming function (see Figure 7-2).
The type of auto equalize
selected. The types that can
be selected are listed below.
By cycle count (see AUTO EQ.
COUNT). Factory setting.
By the day of week
(see AUTO EQ. DAY).
By BID cycle count
Once the desired function is reached, press the “enter”
key to enable programming. Functions 33/34 and 58
are not programmable. On functions with several
numeric data fields, the display will show “Enter
Numeric Value”. The flashing digit will change as the
entries are keyed in. Press the “Enter” key again when
programming of that function is complete. On functions
24. AUTO EQUALIZE
with 1 or 2 data places, the display will show “
to
Change Data”. Use the arrow keys to increment or
decrement the data. Again press the “Enter” key when
programming of that function is complete.
Sets the auto equalize function
on or off.
Auto equalize “ON” = factory
Setting
19. PRESENT TIME
Use the up or down arrow to
select the proper setting.
20. WEEK DAY
The current time. Program
in 24 hour military time
format (0000 to 2359 military
time).
The present day of week
(SUN through SAT).
25. T.O.D. START
Sets the time of day start
time (0000 to 2359 military
time). See START MODE.
26. DELAYED START
Sets the delayed start time
interval (00H 00M to 23H 59M)
Use the up or down arrow to
select the proper setting.
Factory = 00H 00M.
See START MODE.
27. BLOCK START
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Sets the beginning time of
the time of day blockout
function (0000 to 2359
military time). See START
MODE.
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28. BLOCK END
29. START
OVERIDE
Sets the ending time of the
time of day blockout function
(0000 to 2359 military time).
See START MODE.
32. SPECIAL OPTION
OFF factory setting
“P.T.S.” Push to start mode
Sets the start override function that allows the operator
to override any of the charger
start modes (i.e.; delayed
start, time of day start, or
time of day blockout).
The charger will not start until
the “ENTER” key is pressed.
“F.L.O.” Fault lockout mode
The charger will not restart
until any faults are reset by
pressing the “ENTER” key
and no battery is connected.
Use the up or down arrow to
select the proper setting.
On = Factory setting
Use the up or down arrow to
select the proper setting.
30. START MODE
Selects the desired start
mode for the start of the
charge cycle.
Automatic mode
“AUTO” factory setting
Time of day start mode
“T.O.D.S.”
Delay start mode
“DEL.S.”
Time of day blockout
“T.O.D.B.”
Timer TIMER MODE
Use the up or down arrow to
select the proper setting.
31. FORMING
CYCLES
Sets the number of forming
cycles for a new battery by
disabling the low current
shutdown and setting VT
Termination mode for the
programmed number of
cycles (00 to 30).
00 = factory setting
Use the up or down arrow to
select the proper setting.
WARNING: Enabling the Finish Cell
Forming feature will cause the
charger to continue to run for a
period of time if the battery has been
disconnected before Charge
Complete or pressing the Manual
Stop key. This condition will
Continue until the programmed
number of cycles have been
completed. The battery should never
be disconnected while a charge is in
progress.
8-2
Sets special option modes,
see below:
33. CYC. AMP HOURS
The ampere-hour setting of the
charger during the last charge
cycle. This value cannot
exceed the maximum charger
output rating.
Not programmable.
34. CYCLE CELLS
The cell size setting of the
charger during the last charge
cycle. This value cannot
exceed the maximum charger
output rating.
Not programmable.
35. FIXED CELL SIZE
The cell size the charger
will operate at if the “multicell mode” is not selected
and the charger does not
detect a Prestolite BID
module. See “MULTI-CELL
MODE”.
Factory setting = nameplate rating
06 = 6 cells
09 = 9 cells
12 = 12 cells
18 = 18 cells
24 = 24 cells
36 = 36 cells
40 = 40 cells
only available on
36 & 40 cell units
NOTE: Maximum setting is the charger
nameplate rating.
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36. FIXED AMP HRS. The ampere-hour size the
charger will operate at if the
charger does not detect a
Prestolite BID module (0001 to
nameplate rating).
Factory setting =
nameplate rating
NOTE: Maximum setting is the charger nameplate
rating.
37. FIX. BAT. TEMP.
The battery temperature used for
charger output voltage compensation, if the charger does not
detect a Prestolite BID module
(032 to 132°F).
77° = factory setting
CAUTION: Do Not Exceed the Battery
Manufacturer’s Maximum allowed Battery
temperature.
38. BATTERY TYPE
NOTE: Functions 39 through 42 apply only to the
custom curve and cannot be changed unless the
custom curve has been selected in Function 38.
39. START
AMPS/100
Factory setting = 16.3
40. FINISH
AMPS/100
The custom output curve finish
current setting (0.0 to 7.9 mps
per 100 ampere-hours).
Factory setting = 4.5
NOTE: For Functions 41 and 42, only information to
the right of the decimal point can be entered.
41. GASSING V/C.
The battery type the charger
uses to select the proper output
42. LID. V/C.
voltage and current characteristic,
if the charger does detect a
Prestolite BID.
0 = FLD Standard flooded lead
acid industrial type battery
43. CHARGER I.D.
curve. Factory setting
1 = CTM. Custom Curve. Uses
the voltage and current
values programmed in the
STRT. A/100A.H., FIN.
A/100A.H., GAS. V/C, and
LID. V/C.
44. REFRESH
2 = S.L.A. Sealed Lead Acid
DELAY
battery curve.
3 = S.L.R. A charge curve that
meets the requirements of
some AGM (Absorbed Glass
Mat) Type Lead Acid Batteries
45. DVDT DISABLE
4 = D.S.G. Sealed Lead Acid
battery charge curve that
meets the requirements of the
EPM “DEKA”. Sealed Lead
Acid battery.
5 = S.L.E. Sealed Lead Acid
battery curve.
6 = D.A.G. Sealed Lead Acid
battery curve.
7 = C.D.R. Sealed Lead Acid
46. PRESENT MONTH
battery curve.
Use the up or down arrow to
47. PRESENT DATE
select the proper setting.
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The custom output curve start
current setting (10.0 to 16.3
amps per 100 ampere-hours).
The custom output curve
gassing voltage level setting
(2.00 to 2.99 volts/cell).
Factory setting = 2.40
The custom output curve lid
voltage setting (2.00 to 2.99
volts/cell).
Factory setting = 2.70
The battery charger identification
number. This must be set to
0000 unless the battery charger
is part of a Prestolite CDAC
system (0000 to 9999).
Factory setting = 0000
The number of hours before
the charger automatically starts
and refresh charges a battery
that has not been disconnected
(8 to 99 hours).
Factory setting = 72 hours.
Disables the automatic DV/DT
charge termination feature and
enables Voltage Time charge
termination.
OFF (DV/DT mode) factory
setting
ON (VT mode)
Use the up or down arrow to
select the proper setting.
The current month (1 to 12).
The current day of the month
(1 to 31).
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48. PRESENT YEAR
The current year (00 to 99).
49. MULTICELL
MODE
Enables the automatic cell
selection mode of operation
for the charger. When turned
off the charger operates at the
Fixed Cell Size (see FIXED
CELL SIZE).
51. BID CELLS
OFF
ON factory setting
06 = 6 Cells
09 = 9 Cells
12 = 12 Cells
18 = 18 Cells
24 = 24 Cells
36 = 36 Cells
40 = 40 Cells
Use the up or down arrow to
select the proper setting.
50. COOL DOWN
HOURS
The number of hours cool
down from the end of charge
until charge complete is
indicated by the charger
(0 to 8).
Programs the Cell Size into
the BID. Once programmed
the charger will recognize
the battery upon connection,
bypass the battery cell size
verify function, and charge
to the programmed BID
cell size.
52. BID NUMBER
Programs the battery identification number into the
BID. (000 to 999)
53. BID AMP HOURS
Programs the battery
ampere hour rating into
the BID. Once programmed
the charger will recognize
the battery upon connection
and charge the battery at
the proper charge rates or
the max charger output,
whichever is greater.
(0000 to 9999)
54. BID BATTERY
TYPE
Programs the battery type into
the BID. Once programmed,
the charger will recognize the
battery type upon connection,
and charge the battery with the
proper curve.
0 = factory setting.
Use the up or down arrow to
select the proper setting.
BID Programming
The following conditions must be met before a
Prestolite BID can be programmed or reprogrammed
with this charger.
a. A battery with the correct cell size BID must be
connected to the charger.
b. The charger must be in the Manual Stop
condition.
c. The control must be set to the programming
menu and functions 51 thru 54 must be selected.
After the above conditions are met the BID can be
properly programmed.
0 = Flooded Curve
1 = Custom Curve
2 = Sealed Lead Acid Curve
3 = Sealed Lead
Recombinant Curve
Absorbed Glass Mat
(AGM) Types
4 = Sealed Lead Acid Curve
(“DEKA” and Other Gel
Types)
5 = Sealed Lead Acid Curve
6 = Sealed Lead Acid Curve
7 = Sealed Lead Acid Curve
8 = ULTRA CHARGE Curve
After a number entry is keyed in, the control will
immediately attempt to program it in the BID while
displaying “WRITING BID”. If the entered number is out
of range or is not accepted by the BID, the control will
return to the original prompt with all 0's displayed for
the entered data. If the BID properly accepts the data,
the programmed number will be returned to the display.
55. PASSWORD
8-4
OFF = Factory Setting
On = Password Enabled
Use the up or down arrow to
select the proper setting.
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56. MAX BATT TEMP
The maximum battery
temperature for charging to
proceed. (For use with BID
only) (080 to 150 degrees F)
Factory setting = 150
57. CYCLE KWH
The number of kilowatt hours
returned during the last
charge cycle.
Not Programmable.
58. MAX CELL SIZE
Programs the Max Cell Size
available on 40 cell chargers
in the multi-cell mode. The
charger cannot automatically
recognize the difference
between 40 and 36 cell sizes
and therefore the Max Cell
Size in that mode must be
programmed to 36 or 40 cells.
Regardless of this setting 36 or
40 cell batteries with properly
programmed Prestolite BID
modules will correctly be
charged.
36 = 36 Cells
40 = 40 Cells
Use the up or down arrow to
select the proper setting.
NOTE: The Max Cell Size function is available on
40 cell charge models only.
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Multi AmpHour Programming Your
UC2000 Control
Key Entry
Display
ULTRA CHARGE
The Multi AH Feature of the UC2000 Control allows the
user to customize his Ultra Charge to fit his multi–
battery application. Using this feature, the flexibility of
the Ultra Charge can be used to charge batteries of
different Amp Hour capacities and types without using
Battery Identification Modules (BIDs) or different
chargers with different plug types.
Program Review
Menu Tree 1 – 4
3
Multi AH Mode OFF
The control can be programmed to charge different
voltage batteries with the AH rates and curve types that
have been programmed for that battery voltage. When
a battery is connected, the control automatically senses
the battery voltage and sets the charge curve and
charging rates to the level that has been programmed.
▼
6 Cell Amphrs 0750
Enter
6 Cell Amphrs 0750
0450
6 Cell Amphrs 0450
Enter
6 Cell Amphrs 0450
▼
6 Cell Battype► FLD
Enter
6 Cell Battype► FLD
4
6 Cell Battype► DSG
Enter
6 Cell Battype► DSG
▼
9 Cell Amphrs 0750
▼
9 Cell Battype► FLD
▼
12 Cell Amphrs 0750
Enter
12 Cell Amphrs 0750
0680
12 Cell Amphrs 0680
Enter
12 Cell Amphrs 0680
▼
12 Cell Battype► FLD
▼
18 Cell Amphrs 0750
Enter
18 Cell Amphrs 0750
0744
18 Cell Amphrs 0744
Enter
18 Cell Amphrs 0744
▼
18 Cell Battype► FLD
Program Review
Menu Tree 1 – 4
Program Review
ULTRA CHARGE
The Multi AH functions are programmed through a
separate menu item on the control. Complete steps for
programming a typical application are listed to the right.
Application
6 cell, 450AH Gel Type Maintenance Free
12 cell, 680AH Flooded
18 cell, 744AH Flooded
750T3-18 Ultra Charge
With the control programmed as shown to the right, the
control will charge any 6 cell battery that is connected
to the charger at the proper 450AH rates for a Deka
Dominator Sealed Gel Battery. Any 12 cell battery connected to the charger will be charged at the proper
680AH rates for a standard flooded battery. Finally,
any 18 cell battery connected to the charger will be
charged at the proper 744AH rates for a standard
flooded battery.
By enabling the Multi AH function, any 6,9,12,18,24,
and/or 36 cell battery that is equal to or less than the
charger rated voltage can be charged at a unique AH
rate and with a unique charge curve. For example,
750T3-24 can be programmed to charge 6,9,12,18 and
24 cell batteries with different AH rates and/or different
charge curves.
8-6
Enter
Multi AH Mode
OFF
▲
Multi AH Mode
ON
Enter
Multi AH Mode
ON
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PROGRAMMING YOUR UC2000 CONTROL
Timer Start Mode Programming Your
UC2000 Control
The Timer Start Mode Feature of the UC2000 Control
allows the user the override the automatic start/stop
features of the control and manually select the desired
charge time. This can be useful for charging batteries
in a maintenance shop, or for extended equalize charging of batteries with severely mismatched cells.
The Timer Start Mode can be programmed in the
Program Menu at Start Mode (function #30). With the
Timer Start Mode selected the charger will display
CHG CYCLE TIME when a battery is connected.
Charge times from 0 hours, 1 minute, to 23 hours, 59
minutes can be entered. Pressing the Enter key will
start the charge. The charger will then charge the connected battery based on the any parameters that have
been programmed into the control. For example, constant current charging can be achieved utilizing the
custom curve programming in conjunction with the
Timer Start Mode. Listed to the right is an example of
programming an Ultra Charge to constant current
charge a battery for 20 hours at a 5 amp/100AH rate.
Application
24-Cell 935AH Battery
1050T3-24 Ultra Charge
When programmed and connected as shown to the
right, the charger will charge the battery at 48 amps for
20 hours before automatically shutting off.
It should be noted that any programming that is done to
set up a special charge (such as Timer Start Mode,
Custom Curve, etc.) must be reset to allow resumption
of normal charging.
Key Entry
Display
ULTRA CHARGE
Program Review
Menu Tree 1 – 4
2
Present Time 12:34
30
Start Mode Auto
Enter
Start Mode Auto
▲▲▲▲
Start Mode Timer
Enter
Start Mode Timer
36
Fixed Amp Hrs. 1050
Enter
Fixed Amp Hrs. 1050
0935
Fixed Amp Hrs. 0935
Enter
Fixed Amp Hrs. 0935
38
Battery Type FLD
Enter
Battery Type FLD
1
Battery Type CTM.
Enter
Battery Type CTM.
▼▼
Finish Amps/100
4.5
Enter
Finish Amps/100
4.5
50
Finish Amps/100
5.0
Enter
Finish Amps/100
5.0
▼
Gassing V/C
2.40
Enter
Gassing V/C
2.40
00
Gassing V/C
2.00
Enter
Gassing V/C
2.00
▼
Lid V/C 2.70
Enter
Lid V/C 2.70
99
Lid V/C 2.99
Enter
Lid V/C 2.99
Program Review
Menu Tree 1 – 4
Program Review
ULTRA CHARGE
On battery connection, the control will ask for the cycle
charging time to be entered. Key in 20 hours and
press the “enter” key.
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Figure 8-1
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OPTIONS
OPTIONS
The options listed in the following table of contents are those most commonly available. Special options not
listed here will be covered by enclosed “addendum” sheets.
OPTION DESCRIPTION
PAGE
Parallel Charging ........................................................................9-1
Series Charging.. ........................................................................9-1
Fused Disconnect Switch and 24-V Control Circuit ....................9-2
Parallel Charging
This option provides cables allowing two batteries to
be charged at the same time (batteries connected in
parallel to charger).
To prevent premature charger turn on, this option
requires the use of a battery connector with auxiliary
contacts (Anderson “SBX” or equivalent). The same
type connector must be specified on the battery and
vehicle. The connector on the battery must have the
auxiliary contacts jumpered together.
NOTE: The safety interlock circuit is
protected by an in-line 1 Amp AGC Fuse
inside the battery charger.
When charging two batteries, each must be of the
same voltage (or number of cells). The total rated
ampere-hour capacity of both batteries plus the voltage
(number of cells of only one of the batteries) must be
within the range of the charger. Refer to charger
nameplate for ratings. For example: two 12-volt (6
cell), 225 ampere-hour batteries would make a 12-volt
(6 cell), 450 ampere-hour load.
Figure 9-1 Parallel Charging Connections
No. 1/0 size cable for
555-680 AH……………..……....P/N 397891-4
No. 2/0 size cable for
681-910 AH……………………..P/N 397891-5
No. 3/0 size cable for
911-1050 AH……………..……..P/N 397891-6
No. 4/0 size cable for
1051-1270 AH…………………..P/N 397891-7
Series Charging
This option provides a cable allowing two batteries to
be charged at the same time (batteries connected in
series to charger).
Series cables for 555-680 AH………...P/N 396820-4
Series cables for 681-910 AH……..….P/N 396820-5
Operate this charger as instructed in Operation chapter Series cables for 911-1050AH…….….P/N 396820-6
of this manual except that batteries are to be connected Series cables for 1051-1270AH…...….P/N 396820-9
as shown in Figure 9-1, plus the total ampere-hour
capacity must be used to calculate charging time.
CAUTION: With the batteries required to
be connected in series, this charger cannot
be used to charge one battery only.
CAUTION: Make sure all connections
are made positive to positive and
negative to negative as shown.
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Both batteries must be of the same ampere-hour rating.
The total rated voltage (or number of cells) of both
batteries (add the two), plus the ampere-hour capacity
of only one battery, must be within the charger nameplate range ratings. For example: two 12-volt (6 cell),
450 ampere-hour batteries would make a 24-volt
(12-cell), 450 ampere-hour load.
NOTE: For series charging, both batteries
must be at identical depths of discharge
(DOD); I.e., they are used in series in the
vehicle. A mismatch in DOD of the two
batteries will result in severe overcharge of
the lightly discharged battery and severe
undercharge of a deeply, discharged battery.
Fused Disconnect Switch
To order “JIC” disconnect chargers, add “-002” to the
base Spec No. Example:
700E3-12S4UC w/Opt. 500 = Spec 500397A-002
This option is provided to meet certain “JIC” requirements. The switch must be in the open (OFF) position
to disconnect all AC power going into the charger and
to allow front door to be opened. With switch in open
position, door can be opened by turning slotted latch
screw to the left.
Disconnect switch is for emergency or service use
only.
Charge cycle should continue until automatically shut
Operate this charger as instructed in Operation chapter off. If cycle must be interrupted, press the “STOP” key.
of this manual, except that charger must be connected A control circuit operating on 24 volts is also provided
to help assure operator safety.
to both batteries instead of just one. Refer to
Figure 9-2.
CDAC Expansion Kit
Ultra Charge CDAC Expansion Kit……..192355-1
This option is required for communications with the
Host Computer of a Prestolite CDAC (Charger Data
Acquisition and Control) System.
Figure 9-2 Series Charging Connections
Remote Display Kit
Ultra Charge Remote Display Kit……….192356-1
CAUTION: Make sure all connections are
made positive to positive and negative to
negative as shown.
Extra Length Output Cables
No. 4 size for 0-450 AH
No. 2 size for 451-700 AH
No. 1/0 size for 701-1050 AH
No. 2/0 size for 1051-1500 AH
No. 3/0 size for 1501-1600 AH
No. 4/0 size (when specified)
5 Ft Extra
10 Ft Extra
396143-74
396143-63
396143-64
396143-65
396143-75
396143-76
396143-77
396143-66
396143-67
396143-68
396143-78
396143-88
A remote display kit is available for applications where
the charger display is inaccessible or not visible. It
allows remote control of Manual Stop and Equalize
functions, as well as LED Status indicators.
This remote control box must be connected to charger
as instructed on label provided with remote charge
control. Operate the charger as instructed in Operation
chapter of this manual and as instructed under any
applicable option descriptions.
Archive Downloading Kit
Prestolite Data Link Kit……………..………..193026
This kit is available to allow the user to download
Ultra Charge archive data using the front door mounted
data port to a laptop PC via the PC’s Serial Port. Data
is stored in a “text” file format that can be imported into
most popular spreadsheet programs.
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Remote Stop Pushbutton Kit
Remote Stop Pushbutton Kit……...….........196400-1
A Remote Stop Pushbutton Kit is available for
applications where the charger control is not readily
accessible or where an emergency stop pushbutton is
desired. This mushroom-head pushbutton must be
connected to the charger control per instructions
provided in the kit. A 20 ft long modular cable is
furnished with the kit for this purpose. The charger
may be stopped at either location – the remote stop
pushbutton or the charger control.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting Table
ACTION
STEPS
SYMPTOM
PROBABLE CAUSES
No Display And
No LED’s
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
No AC Voltage To Charger
Input Fuse(s) Blown
Control Trans. Breaker Tripped
Control Trans. Bad
Wrong Control Trans. Connection
Bad Harness/Connection – Loose or Incorrect
Bad Control Board
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
No Keypad
Response
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Keypad Not Connected
Keypad Connected Improperly
Bad Control Board
Bad Keypad
8
8
7
9
Bad Lamp Test
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Keypad Not Connected
Keypad Connected Improperly
Bad Control Board
Bad Keypad
8
8
7
9
Display
Illegible
(1) Noisy Environment
(2) Low Input Voltage
(3) Bad Control Board
10
11
7
Charger Doesn’t
Respond To
Battery Being
Connected
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Output Fuse Bad
Bad Harness/Connections – Loose Or Incorrect
Bad Control Board
Output Cables Reversed
Bad Output Connector
12
6
7
13
14
Control Not
Responding
(Locked Up)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Noisy Environment
Bad Suppressor Core
Low Input Voltage
Power Interruption
10
15
11
10
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SYMPTOM
PROBABLE CAUSES
Unit Smells Hot
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
Battery has
Low S. G.’s
Battery Doesn’t
Last Full Shift
Battery Water
Usage Is Too
High
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(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
ACTION
STEPS
Inadequate Ventilation
Ambient Too Hot
Lack of Maintenance
Bad Transformer
Bad Control Transformer
Bad Internal Power Connection
Bad Control Board
Bad Inductor
Wrong Amp/Hour Jumper
Bad Expansion Board
16
17
19
20
4
21
7
22
23
24
Reading Not Temperature Corrected
Bad Battery
Bad Equalize Schedule
Charge Curve Incorrect
Rates Set Incorrectly
Fixed Temperature Set Incorrectly
Too Cold
Bad BID
Not Enough Charging Time
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
37
Faulty > Lift Interrupt
Manual Disconnect
A.H. Required > Battery Nameplate
Battery Not Providing Nameplate Rating
Equalize Schedule
Charge Curve Incorrect
Rates Set Incorrectly
Fixed Temperature Set Incorrectly
Bad BID
Charger Too Small For Battery
Not Enough Charging Time
33
34
35
26
27
28
29
30
32
29
37
Rates Set Incorrectly
Fixed Temperature Set Incorrectly
Charge Curve Incorrect
Equalize Schedule
Control On Forming Cycles
Control On Voltage/Time
Bad BID
29
30
28
27
36
38
32
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SYMPTOM
ACTION
STEPS
PROBABLE CAUSES
Low Number Of
A.H.’s Returned
To Battery
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
Faulty Lift Interrupt
Battery Not Fully Discharged
Manual Disconnect
Rates Set Incorrectly
Fixed Temperature Set Incorrectly
Charge Curve Incorrect
Battery Not Providing Nameplate Rating
Bad Control Board
Bad BID
33
39
34
29
30
28
26
7
32
Battery
Temperature Too
High
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
Insufficient Cool Down Before And/Or After Charging
Battery Power Demand Too Great
Rates Set Incorrectly
Fixed Temperature Set Incorrectly
Charge Curve Incorrect
Equalize Schedule
Control Set For Voltage/Time
Control Set For Cell Forming
Bad BID
40
41
29
30
28
27
38
36
32
Incorrect
Charge Rate
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
Rates Set Incorrectly
Fixed Temperature Set Incorrectly
Charge Curve Incorrect
Battery A.H. Not Equal To Charger A.H.
Battery Has Incorrect Size BID
Bad Control Board
BID not Programmed Properly
29
30
28
33
32
7
32
Long CDAC
Approval Delay
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Bad CDAC Cabling
CDAC System Down (Computer)
No AC To Control Of 1 Or More Chargers
No CDAC System And Charger I.D. In Control isn’t set to “0000”
Bad Expansion Board
Bad Control Board
42
43
44
45
24
7
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ACTION
STEPS
SYMPTOM
PROBABLE CAUSES
Doesn’t Shutdown
When Battery
Is Disconnected
(1) Control Set For Forming Cycles
(2) Bad Control Board
(3) Bad/Incorrect Shunt
36
7
55
Noisy Unit
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
Loose Sheet Metal
Bad Contactor
Loose Transformer Mounting
Loose Inductor Mounting
Noisy Inductor
Noisy Transformer
Placed On Rack That Makes Noise
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
Erratic
Operation
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
Bad Control Board
Bad SCR
Bad SCR Gate Connection
Control Wiring Loose From Heat Sink
Bad Harness/Connection – Loose Or Incorrect
Bad Power Connection
Bad Output Cable Connector
Bad Inductor
Moisture Inside Cabinet
Lack of Maintenance
High Ambient Temperature
7
53
20
20
6
21
14
22
54
18
17
Meter Reading
Wrong (V/C)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Bad Output Connect
Bad Harness/Connections – Loose Or Incorrect
Internal Power Connection
Bad Control Board
14
6
21
7
Meter Reading
Wrong (Amps)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Bad Output Connector
Bad Harness/Connections – Loose Or Incorrect
Internal Power Connection
Bad Control Board
Bad/Incorrect Shunt
14
7
21
7
55
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SYMPTOM
Display reads
Unbalance Line
Fault
High Input
Current
10-5
PROBABLE CAUSES
ACTION
STEPS
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
Incorrect Wiring To Primary Of Transformer
Incorrect Cabling To Transformer Secondary
Bad Harness/Connections – Loose Or Incorrect
Bad SCR
Bad Diode
Bad Control Board
Gate Lead Connections
AC Supply
Bad Transformer
56
57
6
53
58
7
20
1
19
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
Incorrect Wiring To Primary Of Transformer
Incorrect Cabling To Transformer Secondary
Incorrect AC Input Jumper Setting
Bad Harness/Connections – Loose Or Incorrect
Bad SCR
Bad Diode
Bad Control Board
Gate Lead Connections
AC Supply
Bad Transformer
Bad Inductor
56
57
59
6
53
58
7
20
1
19
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ACTION
STEPS
SYMPTOM
PROBABLE CAUSES
Display Reads
(Curve Error Fault)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Bad Harness/Connections – Loose Or Incorrect
Bad SCR
Bad Diode
Bad Control Board
Incorrect Wiring To Primary Of Transformer
Bad Shunt
6
53
58
7
56
55
Display Reads
(Backup Timer
Fault)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Fixed Temperature Set Incorrectly
Bad A.H. > Charger A.H.
Bad Output Cable Connector
Incorrect Charge Curve Setting
Bad Battery
Bad BID
30
33
14
28
26
32
(1) Someone Pressed Manual Stop Button
Display Reads
(Manual Stop Fault) (2) Bad Connection (Keypad-Control)
(3) Bad Keypad
(4) Bad Control Board
Display Reads
(Low Current Fault)
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(1) Fixed Temperature Set Incorrectly
(2) Bad Harness/Connections – Loose Or Incorrect
(3) Battery Not Fully Formed
(4) Bad Battery
(5) Bad A.H. > Charger A.H.
(6) Bad Internal Power Connection
(7) AC Supply
(8) Bad AC Fuse
(9) Bad Contactor
(10) Output Fuse Bad
(11) Bad Control Board
((14) Bad Transformer
(15) Bad Or Wrong Size Shunt
34
8
9
7
30
6
60
26
61
21
1
2
47
12
7
19
55
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SYMPTOM
PROBABLE CAUSES
ACTION
STEPS
Display Reads
(Low Battery Fault)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Fixed Cell Setting Incorrect
Bad Harness/Connections – Loose Or Incorrect
Bad Battery
Bad Control Board
Bad Output Cables/Connector
BID not Programmed Properly
62
6
26
7
14
32
Display Reads
(Hi Battery Fault)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Fixed Cell Setting Incorrect
Bad Battery
Bad Control Board
BID not Programmed Properly
62
26
7
32
Display Reads
(Setup Error Fault)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Shunt Size Setting Has Been Changed On Control Board
Cell Size Setting Has Been Changed On Control Board
A.H. Resistor Has Been Changed On Control Board
Bad Keypad Connection (Keypad-Control)
Bad Keypad
Bad Control Board
63
64
65
8
9
7
Display Reads
(Check AC Power)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Intermittent AC Fail (Supply)
Control Transformer Connection
Bad Harness/Connection – Loose Or Incorrect
Bad Control Transformer
Bad Control Board
1
5
6
4
7
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ACTION
STEPS
SYMPTOM
PROBABLE CAUSES
Display Reads
(Control Error COP)
(1) Noise (Supply)
(2) Bad Control Board
(3) Bad Suppressor Core
10
7
15
Display Reads
(Control Error Clock Monitor)
(1) Noise (Supply)
(2) Bad Control Board
10
7
Display Reads
(Control Error Illegal Opcode)
(1) Noise (Supply)
(2) Bad Control Board
(3) Bad Suppressor Core
10
7
15
Display Reads
(DIDT Fault)
(1) Bad Battery
(2) Bad Control Board
(3) Bad BID
26
7
32
Display Reads
(High Amp Hour Fault)
(1) Bad Battery
(2) Bad Control Board
(3) Bad/Incorrect Shunt
26
7
55
Display Reads
(Low Voltage Fault)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Bad Battery
Bad Control Board
Bad Power Connection
Bad Harness/Connections - Loose or Incorrect
26
7
21
6
Display Reads
(Bad BID Fault)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Bad BID
Bad Power Connection
Bad Harness/Connections - Loose or Incorrect
Noisy Environment
32
21
6
10
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Action Steps
1. Reference the INSTALLATION chapter (pg. 4-1).
2. Disconnect AC power and replace the bad AC fuse. Reapply AC power to the charger. If the fuse (s) blows instantly,
check the connections on the input side of the contactor to make sure there are no shorts between any of the input
wires . If that’s okay, then check or change the control transformer. If the fuse(s) blow after the contactor closes,
then check the input wiring from the contactor to the main transformer (s). Refer to the DIAGRAM chapter and locate
the diagram for your charger to confirm that the charger is wired correctly. Also check the wires going up to the
terminal block on the transformer; the wires will have numbers that correspond to the number on the terminal block.
If they are incorrect, change them and start over. If it still blows fuse (s), the transformer will have to be replaced.
3. Reset the breaker. Disconnect the control and reapply AC power to the charger. Measure to see if 24VAC is on the
output side of the control transformer. If there is, the control has failed. If there isn’t 24VAC, then replace the
control transformer. It is still possible that the control has failed; so once the control transformer is replaced,
measure to see if the 24VAC drops once the control is connected.
4. Check and see if any input fuses are blown. Visually inspect the control transformer for discoloration on the casing
of the input side of the control transformer. Disconnect the control before applying AC power. Once AC power is
reapplied, measure the input voltage to the control transformer; it should be the AC supply voltage (208/240/480).
If not, check the control transformer input wiring. If you did read the supply voltage, then measure the output side and
you should read 24VAC. If not, replace the control transformer.
5. Look at the casing of the control transformer on the input side. Reference the DIAGRAM chapter to determine the
input. There will be four pins and each one will be labeled as follows: COM (common), 208 (208VAC), 240 (240VAC),
and 480 (480VAC). Some models may have a 575 (575VAC) pin. There should always be a wire on the common pin
no matter what voltage is applied to the charger, and the second wire will go to the pin labeled as the voltage that is
applied to operate the charger. Measure the voltage on the output side of the control transformer, it should read
approximately 24VAC.
6. A bad harness/connection can cause many different problems. The best way to confirm a bad harness/connection
problem is to take measurements where the harness is connected to the charger and then follow the wire (s) up the
harness to the PC boards and measure there also. The measurement should match what was measured at the
charger connection. If it doesn’t, check the following: Check the connectors at the square plugs where the control
harness connects to the charger harness; the connectors could be pressed out of the plugs. Make sure the
connectors look okay inside the edge mount connector at the PC board (s). Make sure the harness connections are
tight where they connect to the charger. Make sure the wires are crimped to the terminals tightly and also check to
make sure that they are crimped to the bare wire and not to the insulation only.
7. To check the Control Board for proper operation, first check the DIP Switch settings of S1. Make sure the shunt size
and cell selections match the charger , see the nameplate. For a 200A shunt, the 100A and 400A switches should be
open. They should both be closed for a 600A shunt. Check the voltages between J10-1 (gnd) and the following points,
they should be within 5% of the voltages given: J10-2 = 3.00V, J10-3 = 12.00V, and J10-4 = 5.00V. J10 is located at
The bottom left of the PCB.
If the charger operates normally except there is no alphanumeric display, the check the connection from the display
to the Control Board. Replace the Control Board if the connection is correct.
If the charger still does not work properly even though the above settings and voltages are correct, the Control Board
may need replaced. However, this is unlikely and all other possibilities should be checked before taking this step.
8. Look at the inside of the door and locate the Control Board . (Reference the illustrated Parts List
for locations). The keypad is connected to the Control Board. Look up between the Control Board and the inside of
the door. You should be able to see the keypad ribbon cable. The ribbon cable should be connected to a pin header
on the Control Board. If it’s not connected, or looks questionable, remove the Control Board and correct it.
9.
With no battery connected to the charger, press all of the keys on the keypad and the display should indicate that the
button did function. The only exception will be the Equalize and Stop keys. To test them, connect a battery and
allow the charger to start, then press the button. The ULTRA CHARGE was shipped set for automatic equalize
which means unless this was changed, the Equalize button will not respond. To find out if the Status LED’s on the
keypad are okay, press key number “0” and a complete review will occur that starts out by performing a lamp test
which lights all the Status LED’s.
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10.
Temporarily shut down any equipment on the same voltage supply line and see if the charger starts to respond
normally. If the charger does, then check all grounds going to the equipment that is shut down. If the problems still
exist, then return power to all the other equipment and call your local PRESTOLITE POWER Representative.
11.
Measure the AC supply voltage coming into the charger to confirm that it matches the charge input tap settings.
12.
Use an Ohmmeter and measure directly across the DC Fuse. A good fuse will measure almost (0) Ohms and a bad
one will measure a very high resistance, in the megohm range or greater. If for some reason a DC Fuse measures
somewhere in between, replace the DC Fuse and send it in to your local PRESTOLITE POWER Representative.
13.
Refer to the DIAGRAM chapter in the owners manual and locate the diagram for your charger to determine where the
output cables connect to the charger. The black (Negative) output cable goes into the charger and connects to a
bus bar on the end of the DC Fuse which is located on the left side of the unit. The red (Positive) output
cable goes into the charger and connects to the leads of the inductor that is located on the right of the charger base.
The output connector will have a (+) and (-) symbol on it. The (+) terminal should have the red output cable connected
to it, and the (-) should have the black output cable connected to it.
14. Make sure the output connector does not have any cracks on its casing that could result in a short. Make sure the
output cable lugs are making a good connection with the battery connector. You will see traces of pitting on the lug
surface from arcing if there isn’t a good connection. This could be the result of a weak retainer clip in the connector
or lugs that were soldered on incorrectly. If the lugs had too much heat applied to them when the cables were soldered
on, the solder will wick up the cable and make it very stiff. When they are inserted into the connector, the stiff cable
forces the retainer clip down and creates poor connection between the battery connector and the charger connector.
15. Make sure the suppressor core is attached to the control wire harness with the green wire outside the core, and that
it is not missing. Visually inspect the suppressor core for missing pieces or cracks. If so, replace the suppressor
core.
16.
Refer to the INSTALLATION chapter and go to the paragraph labeled “LOCATION”. This will define the guide lines.
If a charger has inadequate ventilation, many different problems can occur. If a charger runs under extreme
temperatures, any component inside the charger could fall prematurely.
17. An extremely high ambient temperature can cause many different problems. If a charger runs under extreme
temperatures, any component inside the charger could fail prematurely.
18.
Refer to the MAINTENANCE chapter in the manual. Electrical parts tend to attract dust and dirt after a long period
of time, which can cause parts to fail prematurely. If the unit is equipped with a fan, be sure it is in operating condition.
19.
AC fuses are most likely to have failed. Visually inspect the transformer. If a winding has failed, the winding will
appear to be burnt or look black. The varnish might be flaking off. Refer to the DIAGRAM chapter in the manual and
locate the diagram for your charger. On the diagram there will be a winding configuration of the transformer.
Disconnect the SCRs and diodes from the transformer and reapply AC to the charger. Measure the transformer
secondary voltage, if less than 25VAC is present, replace the transformer.
20. Visually inspect for loose connections on the heat sink or components on the control board that appear to be bad.
There are suppressors on the board that are designed to absorb energy surges. If the surge is too high the component
will fail. It will be very dark in color or cracked.
21.
Do a continuity or resistance test. Check for connection points that visually appear to have been exposed to extreme
heat. Any connections that appear loose or overheated must be re-lugged and rechecked.
22.
Connect a fully charged battery to the charger. Make sure that the charger is set to its maximum Fixed AH capacity
(See the Programming Your UC2000 Control chapter in this manual). If the input current exceeds the nameplate
rating (by more than 10%) for the input voltage range that the charger is connected to, replace the inductor. Also
inspect the inductor for dark horizontal areas on the coil insulation. If any significant discoloration of the inductor is
found, it should be replaced.
23.
If the AH jumper is incorrect for the charger, it will cause the unit to charge at rates either higher or lower than nameplate rating.
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24.
To check the expansion board for proper operation, first make sure there is a good connection to the UC2000
Control board. The connection is in the lower center of the expansion PC board. Looking at the inside of the door,
check the voltages at the following points: across C20 – 18 to 35 VDC, across C12 – 4.75 to 5.25 VDC, and across
C19 – 4.75 to 5.25 VDC. Observe polarity when making these measurements. Check for the proper Charger I.D.
number in function 43 (See the Programming Your UC2000 Control chapter of this manual) if the problem is long
CDAC approval delays. Also check the CDAC cables for proper insertion or damage.
If the expansion board still does not work after these checks and/or if any of the voltage measurements are incorrect,
replace the expansion PC board.
25.
Specific Gravity readings vary with the temperature of the electrolyte. To temperature correct the Specific Gravity
readings to match the nameplate ratings of the battery, use the following rule of thumb; + 1 S.G. point per 3° F
that the electrolyte temperature exceeds 77° F.
26.
Take Specific Gravity readings and measure Cell Voltages. If acid has been spilled or the battery has been extremely
heated, it is possible that a battery’s capacity could be greatly reduced, and the acid is not capable of increasing to
the battery nameplate rating.
27.
The proper equalize schedule is one that is tailored to the specific battery and charger operation. The UC2000
Auto Equalize feature can be used to automate the equalize schedule (See the UC2000 Features chapter of this
manual).
Excess equalizing causes increased water usage. Too little or no equalizing can lead to battery sulfation and/or
decrease battery shift run times. Adjusting the auto equalize number of cycles can improve the equalize performance
(See the Programming Your UC2000 Control chapter of this manual). Some operations may also benefit from day of
week or by BID cycle equalizing. This can be programmed by the Auto EQ type function to the UC2000 Control (See
the Programming Your UC2000 Control chapter of this manual).
28.
Using the Review feature of the control (See the Control Features chapter of this manual), check the charge curve
setting of the charger. If it does not match the Battery Type (Standard, Sealed, Custom), reprogram the control to the
proper curve. (Refer to the Programming Your UC2000 Control chapter of this manual).
29.
Using the Review feature of the control (See the Control Features chapter of this manual), check the Fixed AH setting
of the charger. If it does not match the battery nameplate rating of the battery (it should be within 20% of the battery
nameplate rating), reprogram the control to the proper Fixed AH rating (Refer to the Programming Your UC2000
Control chapter of this manual). If this is not possible due to the maximum rating of the charger, a larger charger
should be used.
30.
Refer to Program chapter. Go to function number 37 and confirm that the control is set for the correct Fixed
Temperature Setting. If not, enter the correct setting.
31.
If battery electrolyte temperatures are well below 32° F, the ULTRA CHARGE will not be able to adequately charge the
battery. Battery insulation or heaters would be required to keep the battery electrolyte temperatures close to 32°F.
32.
The BID module communicates battery temperature, cell size, voltage, ampere hour size, BID no. , and type to the
charger. A nonfunctioning or incorrectly programmed BID can cause charging and /or battery problems. Using the
UC2000 Review Features (See the UC2000 Review Features in this manual), check the review items listed above.
Replace a nonfunctioning or incorrectly programmed module with a new one.
33.
A faulty lift interrupt on a lift truck can cause the battery to be over or under discharged. Check the interrupt voltage
of the interrupt following the procedures found in your truck and/or lift interrupt operator’s manual (s).
34.
When it is necessary to stop the charge cycle before charge complete, always terminate the charge cycle by pressing
the STOP key before disconnecting the battery from the charger.
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35.
If the application requires a larger AH battery than is presently in use, the only long term solution is to replace the
battery with one of the proper AH rating.
36.
If the control is set to perform forming cycles , DV/DT termination is disabled, and the low current shutdown is disabled.
To return to normal operation, program the control to “00” Forming Cycles (See the Programming Your UC2000
Control chapter of this manual).
37. Not enough charging time - In cases where opportunity charging is taking place, more time charging may be needed to
keep the battery within its proper operating range. Be sure that the battery is charged per the users operations guidelines. Those procedures may need to be adjusted to allow for more charging time or less battery load.
38.
Program the control to DV/DT charge termination (See the Programming Your UC2000 Control chapter of this
manual).
39.
If fully discharged batteries are desired for efficient operations, lift interrupts can be installed on the trucks to allow
the operators to recognize a fully discharged battery.
40. In opportunity charging applications, higher than normal battery temperatures should be expected. In cases where the
temperature is exceeding a reasonable value, utilize the battery cooling feature of the UC2000 Control or adjust the
battery use versus charging schedule to allow for lighter loads on the battery. In a standard charging mode, a cool
down can be programmed into the UC2000 Control to add a specified cool down time between charge
termination and the signaling of charge complete (See the Programming Your UC2000 Control chapter of this
manual). A delayed start can be programmed into the UC2000 Control to add a specified delay time between
battery connection and the start on the charge (See the Programming Your UC2000 Control chapter of this manual).
41.
Battery is being discharged at too high (fast) of a rate. Consult the battery manufacturer or distributor for
applications assistance.
42.
Check and repair/reconnect connections between the last charger that is polling properly and the next charger
connected (See your CDAC Owners Manual).
43.
Reboot computer and select “Restart CDAC after abnormal termination” menu item (See your CDAC Owners
Manual).
44.
Check for control operation on all CDAC connected chargers down stream of the last connected charger that is
polling properly (or all CDAC connected chargers). Loss of AC power connections or proper control transformer
voltage will prevent proper CDAC operation (See CDAC Owners Manual).
45.
The Charger I.D. function in the UC2000 Control must be set to 0000 for proper normal (non-CDAC) operation
(See the Programming Your UC2000 Control chapter of this manual).
46.
Check and tighten all sheet metal fasteners (screws and bolts).
47.
Check the voltage across the contactor coil. If the voltage is 24VAC +/- 10%, replace contactor with a properly
functioning part.
48.
Check and tighten all transformer mounting screws.
49.
Check and tighten all inductor mounting screws.
50.
Check inductor for visible damage. Coat the transformer coil with a Prestolite approved (contact Prestolite Service)
air dry varnish. If that fails to reduce the noise level, drive a shim of the proper material (contact Prestolite Service)
between coil and core.
51. Check transformer for visible damage. Coat the transformer coil with a Prestolite approved (contact Prestolite
Service) air dry varnish. If that fails to reduce the noise level, drive a shim of the proper material (contact Prestolite
Service) between coil and core.
52.
Check for and tighten any loose fasteners on the rack. Remove any lightweight loose objects that are on the rack
near the charger.
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53. Check the SCR as described below. If it tests faulty, replace with an SCR of the proper type.
Connect a VOM set on the 1k Ohms scale; positive to SCR anode (stud), negative to SCR cathode (heavy
red lead). The VOM should read a very high impedance (near open circuit). Touch and hold the SCR gate
lead (small white lead) to the SCR anode. The VOM should read a low impedance (near short circuit).
If the SCR reads shorted before the gate is touched to the anode, the SCR is bad. If the SCR reads open
when the gate is touched to the anode, the SCR is bad (A DVM may be used if it is set to the Diode scale).
A high impedance will be indicated by an over range indication (usually OL), a low impedance will be
indicated by a low reading 1.00.
54.
Disconnect the charger from the battery and the input AC. Blow out the charger with compressed air, and allow the
unit to set unused for 1 to 2 weeks in a warm dry environment (as hot, up to 104° F) and dry as possible.
55.
Replace damaged and/or incorrect shunt with one of correct size.
56.
Reconnect transformer primary wiring to match the schematic included in this manual.
57.
Reconnect transformer secondary wiring to match the schematic included in this manual.
58.
Using a VOM or DVM, check the diode for proper operation as stated below.
Set the VOM to the 1k Ohms scale. Connect the positive VOM lead to the anode (cable lead) and the
negative VOM lead to the cathode (stud). The VOM should read a low impedance (near short circuit).
Reverse the VOM leads. The VOM should read high impedance (near open circuit). Replace any diodes
that fail with the proper part.
59.
Reconnect the input primary jumpers to match the input voltage, see the installation chapter of this manual.
Be sure to connect the control transformer primary properly.
60.
Program the forming cycles feature of the UC2000 Control to the number of cycles required to properly form the
battery. See the Programming Your UC2000 chapter of this manual.
61.
Reprogram the fixed AH setting of the UC2000 Control to match the battery nameplate AH rating. See the
Programming Your UC2000 chapter of this manual.
62.
Program the UC2000 Control to Multi-cell mode “ON” or program the Fixed cell setting to the proper cell size for your
battery. See the Programming Your UC2000 chapter of this manual.
63.
Set the control PCB shunt size dip switch to match the shunt on the charger (1 leaf = 100A, 2 leaves = 200A,
4 leaves = 400A). Reset by pressing both Arrow keys simultaneously until the display
resets.
64.
Set the Control PCB cell size dip switches to match the charger nameplate cell size. Reset by
pressing both Arrow keys simultaneously until the display resets.
65.
Replace the ampere hour jumper with one that matches the nameplate AH rating of the charger. See the parts list
included in this manual. Reset by pressing both Arrow keys simultaneously until the display resets.
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FIGURE 11-1
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ITEM
DESCRIPTION
500397A-001
700E3-12S4UC
1
2
3
REAR
SIDE, RIGHT
SIDE, LEFT
193834
193835
193835
4
5
6
PANEL, TOP
PANEL, DOOR
HINGE
193482
193706
192037
7
8
9
SCREEN, LATH
PANEL, CONTROL
BOARD, PC, ASSEMBLY
392098-001
193705
196425-003
10
11
12
DISPLAY, VACUUM FLUORESCENT
KIT, SWITCH, AY.
CONNECTOR, AH, AY
196611
192306
192302-008
13
HARNESS, WIRE
197032-001
14
15
LATCH DOOR
TRANSFORMER, CONTROL
402425
406247-002
16
17
18
CHOKE, AY.
TRANSFORMER, AY.
TERMINAL BLOCK
192163
192171A
192273
19
20
21
INSULATOR, SHUNT
BUS BAR
SHUNT, CURRENT
193114
392458
193125-002
22
23
24
FUSE, DC OUTPUT
REDUCER, FUSE
BLOCK, FUSE
Y-1890-004
192301
406207-002
25
FUSE
W10386-011
W10386-010
*W10386-006
N/A
26
27
28
(208 VAC)
(240 VAC)
(480 VAC)
(575 VAC)
* REQUIRES ITEM 23, 2 PER FUSE
CONTACTOR
SCR
DIODE
29
30
31
CAPACITOR AY
COVER, OUTER NEOPRENE
CONNECTOR, STRAIN RELIEF
193223-002
378234-013
W-10080-005
32
33
34
CABLE, CHARGING OUTPUT
LABEL, AC INPUT
LABEL, WARNING AND INFORMATION
396263-002
406461
196183
35
36
37
SUPPRESSOR
INSULATOR, HEAT SINK MOUNTING
BRACKET, CABLE HANGER
192266-001
193930
397752
38
TERMINAL, BLOCK
400525-002
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406241-001
192113-001
N/A
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DIAGRAMS
MODEL NO.
INFORMATION
DIAGRAMS
OUTPUT SCHEMATIC
DIMENSIONAL
OUTLINE
1 PHASE
197033
193946
1 PHASE W/FAN
197225
193946
See model number description inside front cover.
October 25, 2006 Revised
WARRANTY
AMETEK/PRESTOLITE POWER “SCR” INDUSTRIAL BATTERY CHARGERS
Ametek/Prestolite Power (hereinafter called “Prestolite”) warrants that each new and unused Industrial Battery Charger manufactured and
supplied by it is of good workmanship and is free from any inherent mechanical defects, provided that (1) the product is installed and operated
in accordance with generally accepted industrial standards and in accordance with the printed instructions of Prestolite, (2) the product is
used under normal conditions for which designed, (3) the product is not subjected to misuse, negligence or accident, and (4) the product
receives proper care, protection and maintenance under supervision of competent personnel. This warranty is subject to the following
provisions:
1.
PRODUCT AND PARTS WARRANTED. Subject to the exceptions listed below each Industrial Battery Charger is warranted for a specific period of
time commencing from the date of it’s shipment by Prestolite, provided the charger is used in accordance with Prestolite’s published performance
rating for the unit involved. The exceptions to this warranty are as follows:
a)
Terms and conditions for warranty coverage:
ULTRA
ULTRA
ULTRA
POWER
SCR PRODUCTS
EXTREME
MAXX
CHARGE
STAR
FULL COVERAGE - LABOR, TRAVEL, MILEAGE & PART REPLACEMENT
1-year
1-year
1-year
1-year
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (REPLACEMENT ONLY)
2-years additional
2-years additional
2-years additional
2-years additional
TRANSFORMER, INDUCTOR, SCR & DIODE (REPLACEMENT ONLY)
2-years additional
9-years additional
9-years additional
9-years additional
TOTAL WARRANTY TERM (YEARS)
3-years
10-years
10-years
10-years
b) Warranty Expense Limitation: The maximum warranty expense Prestolite will incur for any Battery Charger will be limited to the original
purchase price of the Battery Charger.
c) Primary switch contacts, fuses, bulbs and filters are not warranted unless found to be defective prior to use.
2.
COMMENCEMENT OF WARRANTY TIME PERIODS. The warranty periods indicated in the Warranty Schedule shall commence on the date of
shipment by Prestolite.
3.
PERSONS COVERED BY WARRANTY. Prestolite extends this warranty only to the purchaser of new equipment from Prestolite or one of its
authorized distributors. The products purchased under this agreement shall be used exclusively by the buyer and its employees and by no other
persons; and therefore there shall be no third party beneficiary to this warranty.
4.
LIMITATION OF REMEDY. The existence of claimed defects in any product covered by this warranty is subject to Prestolite’s factory inspection
and judgement. Prestolite’s liability is limited to repair of any defects found by Prestolite to exist or, at Prestolite’s option, the replacement of the
defective product F.O.B. factory after the defective product has been returned by the purchaser at its expense to Prestolite’s shipping place.
Replacement and exchange parts will be warranted for the remainder of the original Industrial Battery Charger Warranty or for a period of ninety
(90) days, whichever is greater.
5.
USE OF DEFECTIVE PRODUCT. Continued use of an Industrial Battery Charger after discovery of a defect VOIDS ALL WARRANTIES.
6.
ALTERED EQUIPMENT. Except as authorized in writing, the warranty specified does not cover any equipment that has been altered by any
party other than Prestolite.
THIS WARRANTY IS GIVEN AND ACCEPTED IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT
LIMITATION ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABLILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OTHER THAN AS EXPRESSLY SET
FORTH HEREIN. IN NO EVENT SHALL PRESTOLITE BE LIABLE FOR ANY ANTICIPATED OR LOST PROFITS, SPECIAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT OR
INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, TIME CHARGES OR OTHER COMMERCIAL EXPENSES OR LOSSES, AND BUYER
ASSUMES ALL RISK AND LIABILITY RESULTING FROM USE OF THE GOODS. PRESTOLITE DOES NOT AUTHORIZE ANY REPRESENTATIVE
OR OTHER PERSON TO ASSUME ON BEHALF OF PRESTOLITE ANY OTHER LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OR USE OF THE
GOODS SOLD, AND THERE ARE NO ORAL AGREEMENTS OR WARRANTIES COLLATERAL TO OR AFFECTING THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY.
WARNING
At all times, safety must be considered an important factor in the installation, servicing and operation of the product and skilled, qualified
technical assistance should be utilized.
AMETEK/PRESTOLITE POWER - TROY, OHIO USA
Data Sheet:
Index:
Replaces:
1148
030105
110100
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