4. OFF-BOARD (SHELF) VERSUS ON-BOARD (BUILT-IN) CHARGERS. Lester SUMMIT 28000, Prime, SUMMIT 28230, SUMMIT 29180, SUMMIT 28110, SUMMIT 28120, SUMMIT 27940, SUMMIT 27950, SUMMIT 27800, SUMMIT 27790Add to my manuals
Part Number Battery
Wet, standard, 7A finish
Wet, standard, 9A finish
Wet, standard, 11A finish
Wet, standard, 6A finish
Wet, standard, 8A finish
Wet, standard, 11A finish
Figure 3-1: Standard Battery Profile Codes and Their Corresponding Battery Profiles (Continued)
Battery manufacturers frequently use the same battery cases for different battery types. Wet/flooded batteries have removable cell caps. Water electrolyzed by discharging and charging the battery is replaced through these openings. Sealed batteries are generally distinguished by non-removable cell caps. The physical appearance of the battery case is frequently the same as a wet battery, though the cell caps are generally not removable. Refer to the battery manufacturer's information panel on the battery case to determine the type battery you have. If the information panel is missing or not legible, do not use the battery.
4. OFF-BOARD (SHELF) VERSUS ON-BOARD (BUILT-IN) CHARGERS
4.1 Off-Board Chargers
Off-board chargers are designed to be used in shelf or portable applications. If the AC input plug is connected to AC power, a new charge cycle automatically starts when the DC output is connected to a battery pack of the proper voltage. Disconnecting and reconnecting AC power while the DC output remains connected to a battery pack WILL NOT automatically start a new charge cycle. Disconnecting the DC output from the battery pack IS REQUIRED to automatically start a new charge cycle.
4.2 On-Board Chargers
On-board chargers are designed to be mounted on electric vehicles/equipment. If the DC output is connected to a battery pack of the proper voltage, a charge cycle automatically starts when the AC input plug is connected to AC power (unless a safety period of time has not passed since the successful completion of the previous charge cycle). Disconnecting the DC output from the battery pack is NOT REQUIRED to automatically start a new charge cycle.
5. AC INPUT
The charger has an AC input rating of 100-230 volts, 50-60 hertz, single-phase. The charger has an AC operating range of 90-264 volts, 45-65 hertz. Below 100 volts, the charger may reduce output power.
The charger is equipped with an IEC inlet for the AC input power. This allows the AC power cord to be selected with a proper plug to be compatible with the local wall outlets. An optional AC cord clamp is available to retain the AC power cord.
The charger must be grounded to reduce the risk of electric shock and is equipped with an IEC inlet having an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding socket. The installed AC power cord must be plugged into an outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all applicable electrical codes and ordinances.
If this charger includes the UL Listed symbol on its ratings label, it is provided with a cord set for connection to outlets operating at nominal 120 volts (or 240 volts as appropriate). If the input plug does not fit the power outlet, contact Lester Electrical for the proper cord set terminating in an attachment plug of the proper configuration for the power outlet.
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