Legacy Platinum SCR Single Phase Charger

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MX CHRG T

MX CHRG T defines the maximum charge cycle duration before automatic termination.

Unit Minutes

Range 30-1440

% RTRN

% RTRN defines the percent of amp-hour return to occur before the charge cycle is automatically terminated if Percent Amp-Hour Return termination is enabled in the battery profile. This is a percentage above 100.

Example: 10 = 110%.

Unit Percent

Range 0-50

PCC T

PCC T defines the maximum duration of time before Post Charge is automatically terminated if Post Charge is enabled in the battery profile.

Unit Minutes

Range 0-1440

AH RATING

AH RATING defines the amp-hour rating of the battery pack. This is used to calculate proper start and finish current ratings for the charger.

Unit Amp-hours

10. MAINTENANCE

WARNING: DISCONNECT BOTH AC AND DC POWER FROM THE CHARGER BEFORE ENTERING THE

ENCLOSURE. CONTACT WITH LIVE COMPONENTS WITHIN THE CHARGER COULD CAUSE

ELECTRICAL SHOCK, SERIOUS INJURY, OR DEATH.

CAUTION: KEEP CHARGER CLEAN AND DRY, INSIDE AND OUT. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY CAUSE

DAMAGE OR FAILURE OF CHARGER.

The charger requires minimal maintenance. It should be kept clean and all connections tight. BE CERTAIN

THAT THE CHASSIS IS SECURELY GROUNDED. Twice a year, or as often as the cleanliness of the area may dictate, the louvers should be vacuumed and the interior thoroughly blown clean with dry compressed air. The components of the charger are cooled by natural convection. If dust and debris are allowed to build up, they will restrict airflow and could cause components to overheat.

Moisture may cause electrical shorting and/or corrosion. It may also combine with dust and debris making them more difficult to remove. Do not use liquids to clean the charger. Liquids could cause damage. Compressed air should be used to clean dust and debris from the charger and its components.

It may be necessary to remove the top panel and/or back panel from the charger cabinet to allow access to internal components for cleaning. Always be careful not to bump wiring or components. This could cause loose connections and failures.

10.1 Check Charger Area

The area around the charger must remain clean, cool, dry, and well ventilated. Check for obstructions to airflow, clearances, or other violations of the requirements in Section 4. www.douglasbattery.com 28 of 30 User’s Manual

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