12. FAULTS. Lester SUMMIT 28000, Prime, SUMMIT 28230, SUMMIT 29180, SUMMIT 28110, SUMMIT 28120, SUMMIT 27940, SUMMIT 27950, SUMMIT 27800, SUMMIT 27790

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12.  FAULTS. Lester SUMMIT  28000, Prime, SUMMIT  28230, SUMMIT  29180, SUMMIT  28110, SUMMIT  28120, SUMMIT  27940, SUMMIT  27950, SUMMIT 27800, SUMMIT 27790 | Manualzz

12. FAULTS

( 0 ) = Off

( 1 ) = On Solid

N/A = Not applicable, LED state does not matter

Fault

(Red) LED

Charge Status

(Yellow) LED

Charge Complete

(Green) LED

Description

Slow Blink

Slow Blink

Slow Blink

Slow Blink

Slow Blink

1

0

1

0

1

1

1

0

0

Slow Blink

DC DISCONNECT

– DC disconnect detected via the third-pin, but DC (battery) voltage is still present at the charger output. (Third-pin DC disconnect sensing is an optional feature available with supported DC plug/receptacle systems to minimize charger output inhibit time when a DC disconnect occurs during charging.)

OVER TEMP

– Maximum temperature was met. Charge cycle will restart when the temperature decreases.

LOW DC

– DC (battery) voltage is too low to start charging (< 10V).

NO AC

– AC power was lost during charging. Charge cycle will restart when

AC power returns.

HARDWARE FAULT

– Contact Lester

Electrical.

Slow Blink

Slow Blink

Slow Blink

Slow Blink

0

1

HARDWARE FAULT

– Contact Lester

Electrical.

HARDWARE FAULT

– Contact Lester

Electrical.

Fast Blink

1

1

1

1

1

N/A

0

0

0

Slow Blink

Slow Blink

N/A

0

Slow Blink

1

0

Slow Blink

HARDWARE FAULT

– Contact Lester

Electrical. Unit is still able to charge.

PHASE

– A fault condition (most commonly maximum time) was met during a particular charge cycle phase (start/bulk, plateau/absorption, finish, etc).

MAX VOLTAGE

– Maximum voltage was met.

MIN VOLTAGE

– Minimum voltage was

NOT met after a specified time from the start of the charge cycle.

MAX AMP-HOURS

– Maximum amphours for the overall charge cycle was met.

MAX TIME

– Maximum time for the overall charge cycle was met.

Figure 12-1: Charger LED States (Faults)

Disconnecting the charger from the battery always clears a fault. If the charger was factory-configured for on-board use, removing AC power from the charger also clears a fault. If a fault cannot be cleared after taking appropriate corrective action, contact your dealer for troubleshooting and/or service.

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