manual congratulations how to operate display and buttons

MANUAL
CONGRATULATIONS
on the purchase of your new professional switch mode battery charger. This charger is included in a series of professional chargers from CTEK SWEDEN AB
and represents the latest technology in battery charging. PRO120 is a charger with multiple adjustable parameters.
DISPLAY AND BUTTONS
PRO120
HOW TO OPERATE
1 Read safety instruction
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•Lue turvallisuusohjeet
•Přečtěte si bezpečnostní pokyny
•Прочтите инструкцию по технике
безопасности
•Przeczytaj zalecenia dotyczące
bezpieczeństwa
•Lesen Sie die
Sicherheitsanweisungen
•Lisez les consignes de sécurité
•Leer las instrucciones de seguridad
•Leggere le istruzioni di sicurezza
•Lees de veiligheidsaanwijzingen
•Läs säkerhetsanvisningen
•Læs sikkerhedsanvisningerne
2
1
ON/OFF-button. Press 3 seconds to start or interrupt
charging.
Press to scroll up in menu and to increase values
PRO120 Press to activate selected program or setting.
PRO120
PRO120 Press to step back or stop in menu.
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3
4

Press to scroll down in menu or to decrease values.
2
PRO120
3 secs
Lights red to indicate error (see errors and displays).
Lights yellow when power supply mode is active.
Power connected and switched on.
PRO120
MAIN MENU
CHARGE
POWER SUPPLY
SETTINGS
SELECT
Supply plugs may
differ to suit your
wall socket.
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PRO120
PRO120
AUTO ADAPTIVE analyzes the
battery and selects optimal current for
the size of the battery. Auto Adaptive
shall not be used when charging lithium
batteries.
WARNING! Do not charge Lithium
CHARGE
PRO120
MAIN MENU
Some Lithium batteries have an internal
discharge protection that disconnects the
battery cells from the battery terminals to avoid it becoming too deeply
discharged. If this is the case the charger
will start a wake up function to reconnect
the cells. If the battery voltage after the
wake up is below 8V, the charging process will not start. This is because of the
inherent danger of charging to deeply
discharged Lithium batteries.
LOCK THE BUTTONS
Press to activate selected program or setting
CHARGE
POWER SUPPLY
AUTO ADAPTIVE
START
SELECT
BACK
Use to supply vehicles with
power when removing
batteries, reprogramming
or diagnosing
SELECT
Press to step back or stop in menu
CHEMISTRY
AUTO ADAPTIVE
LEAD ACID
LITHIUM
13.6V
60A
WORKSHOP
START
BACK
SELECT
VOLTAGE
13.6V
SELECT
BACK
SELECT
12.6–14.8V
LEAD ACID
NORMAL
AGM
CA/CA
BACK
SELECT
CHARGE
LEAD ACID
NORMAL
60A
START
BACK
CHARGE OPTIONS
BATTERY SIZE
BATTERY SIZE
MAX CURRENT
SELECT
BACK
Choose CHARGE OPTIONS
or START
Lock the buttons if charger used in public
or unattended.
buttons for 2s
Press and hold the
to lock/unlock the buttons.
75Ah
SELECT
Choose BATTERY SIZE
or MAX CURRENT
BACK
POWER SUPPLY
MAX CURRENT
WORKSHOP
SHOWROOM
SELECT
BACK
60A
SELECT
BACK
SELECT
5–120A
Lead Acid: 10–3600Ah
Lithium: 15–1200Ah
CONNECT BATTERY!
LITHIUM
LiFePO4
POWER SUPPLY
Use the showroom mode when using the
PRO120 to supply power to the car when
a battery is not connected. Spark protection is disabled when showroom mode is
chosen. When using supply mode with a
battery present, use the workshop mode.
CHARGE
POWER SUPPLY
SETTINGS
Press to scroll down in menu or to decrease values
SELECT
BACK
MAIN MENU
Press to scroll up in menu and to increase values
CHARGE
POWER SUPPLY
SETTINGS
batteries (LiFePO4) with any of the Lead
Acid battery programs or vice versa.
LITHIUM Batteries with
DISCHARGE Protection
POWER SUPPLY
Use to chargePRO120
or
maintain batteries
BACK
SELECT
CHARGE
LITHIUM
LiFePO4
60A
START
BACK
CHARGE OPTIONS
MAX CURRENT
WORKSHOP
60A
CONNECT
BATTERY!
BATTERY SIZE
MAX CURRENT
SELECT
BACK
Choose CHARGE OPTIONS
or START
SELECT
Choose BATTERY SIZE
or MAX CURRENT
BACK
SELECT
STOP
5–120A
Standard display mode
Select in settings
WORKSHOP
MAX
Advanced display mode
Select in settings
WORKSHOP
CONNECT BATTERY!
13.6V
13.6V
25.7A
CHARGE
25.7A
0:30h
23Ah
CONNECT
BATTERY!
STOP
STOP
STOP
Standard display mode
Select in settings
Advanced display mode
Select in settings
CHARGE
CHARGE
12.4V
12.4V
45.0A
45.0A
0:30h
23Ah
STOP
STOP
POWER SUPPLY
Use the showroom mode when using the
PRO120 to supply power to the car when
a battery is not connected. Spark protection is disabled when showroom mode is
chosen. When using supply mode with a
battery present, use the workshop mode.
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PRO120
SETTINGS
PRO120
RECOMMENDED CURRENT
PRO120
PRO120
12V
MAIN MENU
Press to scroll up in menu and to increase values
CHARGE
POWER SUPPLY
SETTINGS
Press to scroll down in menu or to decrease values
Press to activate selected program or setting
SELECT
Press to step back or stop in menu
SETTINGS
DISPLAY
LANGUAGE
WARNING BUZZER
FACTORY RESET
BACK
SELECT
DISPLAY
STANDARD
ADVANCED
BACK
SELECT
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
NEDERLANDS
FRANҪAIS
BACK
DISPLAY MODE
MODE
CONTRAST
BACKLIGHT
SELECT
BACK
CONTRAST
BACKLIGHT
60%
40%
BACK
SELECT
BACK
SELECT
SELECT
WARNING BUZZER
Battery size Min
Battery size Max
5A
10Ah
150Ah
10A
20Ah
300Ah
20A
40Ah
600Ah
40A
80Ah
1200Ah
60A
120Ah
1800Ah
80A
160Ah
2400Ah
100A
200Ah
3000Ah
120A
240Ah
3600Ah
•Using a higher current than the recommendation may result in batteries not
being completely charged.
•Using a lower current than the recommendation will prolong the charging
time.
•The currents shown are the maximum recommended current for battery
charging. If a parallel consumer is connected then the current setting could
be increased.
READY TO USE
OFF
ON
BACK
Current
The table shows the estimated time to charge a battery from empty to 80%.
BATTERY SIZE
SELECT
Acoustic signal when error
occurs
10Ah 40Ah 150Ah 900Ah 1800Ah 3600Ah
PRO120
YES
INFO
BACK
INFO
PRO120
PRO120
MMI ver: 11.06
Module ver: 9.09
SELECT
BACK
LOCK THE BUTTONS
Lock the buttons if charger used in public
or unattended.
buttons for 2s
Press and hold the
to lock/unlock the buttons.
CHARGING
CURRENT
5A
FACTORY RESET
10A
2h
7h
24h
4h
12h
40A
3h
18h
80A
2h
9h
18h
6h
12h
120A
24h
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CHARGING PROGRAMS LEAD-ACID BATTERIES
SOFT START
BULK
ABSORPTION
ANALYSE
RECOND
FLOAT
PULSE
11
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CURRENT (A)
VOLTAGE (V)
DESULPHATION
15.8V
120A until 12.6V
Increasing voltage to
14.4V
Max 120A
Declining current
14.4V
Checks if voltage
drops below
12.0V
13.6V
120A
12.7V–14.4V
30A–3.0A
15.8V
120A until 12.6V
Increasing voltage to
14.7V
Max 120A
Declining current
14.7V
Checks if voltage
drops below
12.0V
13.6V
120A
12.7V–14.4V
30A–3.0A
15.8V
120A until 12.6V
Increasing voltage to
14.7V
Max 120A
Declining current
14.7V
Checks if voltage
drops below
12.0V
13.6V
120A
12.7V–14.4V
30A–3.0A
NORMAL
AGM
Ca/Ca
Limit:
8 hours
20 hours
16 hours
Max 15.8V
3.0A
Initial voltage
>12.3V = 2 hours,
otherwise 6 hours.
24 hours
(Power Supply
unlimited time)
3 minutes
Max 1h pulse
CHARGING PROGRAMS LITHIUM BATTERIES
ACCEPT
BULK
ABSORPTION
ANALYSE
COMPLETION
MAXIMIZATION
FLOAT
PULSE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
13.8V Decreasing
current and intelligent time control
Checks if voltage
drops below 12.0V
13.3V
120A
Cycle start at 12.8V
13V–13.8V
15A–3.0A
Cycle start at 12.8V
Max 4 hours
3 minutes
Max 24 hours
Max 1 hour pulse
Auto pulse
10 days
CURRENT (A)
VOLTAGE (V)
WAKE UP
Lithium
Limit:
14.4V
1A
11.0V
120A
25 s
Max
10 minutes
120A until
13.8V
Max 20 hours
14.4V
Max 3.0A
If start charge voltage less than
13.9V then max 2 hours
STEP 1 DESULPHATION
Detects sulphated batteries. Pulsing current and voltage, removes sulphates from the
lead plates of the battery restoring the battery capacity.
STEP 2 SOFT START
Tests if the battery can accept charge. This step prevents charging a defective battery.
STEP 3 BULK
Charging with maximum current until approximately 80% battery capacity.
STEP 4 ABSORPTION
Charging with declining current to maximize up to 100% battery capacity.
STEP 5 ANALYSE
Tests if the battery can hold charge. Batteries that cannot hold charge may need to be
replaced.
STEP 6 RECOND
Select the Ca/Ca program to add the Recond step to the charging program. During the
Recond step voltage increases to create controlled gassing in the battery. Gassing mixes
the battery acid and gives back energy to the battery.
STEP 7 FLOAT
This step maintains the battery voltage by providing a constant voltage charge.
STEP 8 PULSE
Maintaining the battery at 95–100% capacity. The charger monitors the battery voltage
and gives a pulse when necessary to keep the battery fully charged.
WAKE UP
Safely bypasses the discharge protection if active on the battery.
STEP 1 ACCEPT
Tests if the battery can accept charge. This step prevents that charging proceeds with a
defect battery.
STEP 2 BULK
Charging with maximum current until approximately 90% battery capacity.
STEP 3 ABSORPTION
Charging with declining current to maximize up to 95% battery capacity.
STEP 4 ANALYSE
Tests if the battery can hold charge. Batteries that can not hold charge may need to be
replaced.
STEP 5 COMPLETION
Final charge with increased voltage.
STEP 6 MAXIMIZATION
Final charge with maximum voltage up to 100% battery capacity.
STEP 7 FLOAT
Maintaining the battery voltage at maximum level by providing a constant voltage
charge.
STEP 8 PULSE
Maintaining the battery at 95–100% capacity. The charger monitors the battery voltage
and gives a pulse when necessary to keep the battery fully charged.
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CHARGE MODES
LIMITED WARRANTY
The table explains the different charge mode:
Mode
Battery Size
(Ah)
NORMAL
10–3600Ah
Use to charge GEL, WET and MF batteries.
-20°C–+50°C
(-4ºF–+122ºF)
AGM
10–3600Ah
Use to charge most AGM batteries including AGM START/STOP types. Some
AGM should use lower voltage (NORMAL Mode), check battery manual if
unsure.
-20°C–+50°C
(-4ºF–+122ºF)
Ca/Ca
10–3600Ah
Use to charge Ca/Ca batteries including AGM START/STOP types.
Use Ca/Ca program to maximize charge with minimum loss of fluid.
-20°C–+50°C
(-4ºF–+122ºF)
Use to charge Lithium batteries.
-20°C–+50°C
(-4ºF–+122ºF)
LITHIUM
15–1200Ah
Explanation
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Model number
INPUT
1092
220–240VAC, 50–60Hz, 9.2A
OUTPUT
120A, 12V
2.0V Lead Acid batteries
8.0V LiFePO4 batteries
Back current drain* Less than 2Ah/month
Ripple**
Less than 4% voltage
Ambient
-20°C to +50°C
temperature
(-4°F to +122°F)
All types of 12V Lead Acid batteries
Battery types
(WET, EFB, Ca/Ca, AGM and GEL).
12V (4cells) LiFePO4 batteries
10–3600Ah, Lead Acid battery types
Battery capacity
15–1200Ah, LiFePO4 battery types
Insulation class
IP40
Warranty
2 years
Start voltage
*) Back current drain is the current that drains the battery if the charger is not connected
to the mains. CTEK chargers have a very low back current.
**) The quality of the charging voltage and charging current is very important. A high
current ripple heats up the battery which has an aging effect on the positive electrode.
High voltage ripple could harm other equipment that is connected to the battery. CTEK
battery chargers produce very clean voltage and current with low ripple.
Temp range
PRO120
CTEK, issues this limited warranty to the original purchaser of this
product. This limited warranty is not transferable. The warranty applies to
manufacturing faults and material defects. The customer must return the
product together with the receipt of purchase to the point of purchase. This
warranty is void if the product has been opened, handled carelessly or
repaired by anyone other than CTEK or its authorised representatives. One
of the screw holes in the bottom of the product may be sealed. Removing or
damaging the seal will void the warranty. CTEK makes no warranty other
than this limited warranty and is not liable for any other costs other than
those mentioned above, i.e. no consequential damages. Moreover, CTEK is
not obligated to any other warranty other than this warranty.
SUPPORT
For support, FAQ, latest revised manual and more information about CTEK
products: www.ctek.com.
ERROR DISPLAYS
Lights red to indicate error
ERROR
!
+/-
OK
Wrong polarity
Reversed polarity, short circuit in charge
cables or power supply overload error.
Action: Connect the charger according to “how
to operate” or reduce in power supply.
ERROR
Overvoltage
The charger is connected to a 24V battery.
Action: Connect the charger to a 12V battery.
!
OK
ERROR
!
OK
Overtemperature
The battery is too hot to charge.
Action: Let the battery cool down or the battery
is damaged and may need to be replaced.
ERROR
Broken battery
Action: Check connections and settings, and
retry charging, before replacing the battery.
!
OK
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