Battery charger ChargeMaster Plus 24/60-3
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battery charger
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Characteristics

Type
battery
Application domain
marine
Other characteristics
smart
Amperage

60 A

Voltage

24 V

Description

ChargeMaster Plus is the next generation of battery chargers that integrates multiple functions into one single device. Replacing auxiliary chargers, battery isolators and VSR, ChargeMaster Plus reduces system complexity and cost. Designed for versatility, it charges virtually any combination of three batteries in a fast and safe way and works anywhere in the world. Battery’s Best Friend With the new Battery’s Best Friend architecture, ChargeMaster Plus is capable of charging a multitude of battery chemistries, sizes and voltages. All batteries are charged with the fast and safe 3-step+ charge method. Other unique features are: Revival mode: automatically revives even fully depleted batteries. Multi voltage: charge 12 V starter battery in a 24 V system, without additional components. Priority Charge: redirect available power to the lowest battery, for faster charging. Smart Input: charge all three batteries from one single alternator for continuous charging on the go. Global Charging The ChargeMaster Plus handles worldwide AC voltages and frequencies. Resisting large voltage fluctuations and high temperatures, it keeps working in harsh environments. For marine and mobile markets, ChargeMaster Plus is CE, E-mark, ABYC, UL, SAE, CEC and RCM/C-Tick compliant. System Simplicity Nowadays, equipment must be self-explaining. The ChargeMaster Plus displays the charge phase of all three outputs in an understandable way. Robust and ergonomic connections save installation time. An integrated VSR eliminates the need for additional components and ensures that the alternators energy is funnelled through to the batteries.

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