24V 5A Battery Charger for Hoveround / Lakematic –

Rated 2.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$54.99

(as of 03/15/2017 at 04:01 UTC)

SKU: B017TI9TAM

Description

The Mighty Max automatic smart wheelchair battery charger comes with the round 3 pin XLR connector. The Mighty Max Charger provides an enhanced charging method that will not damage your batteries when left connected. Mighty Max 24V 5A charger also provides a short circuit protection, enabling the product to charge safely in most environments. Mighty Max 24V 5A charges 24V lead acid and Gel cell type Batteries. Most common use with the following wheelchairs: Invacare, Pride Mobility, Hoveround, Freedom, DDC, Shoprider, E-Scooter Electra, Frank Mobility, Merits Health Products, Theradyne and many more.
Features;Mighty Max 24 Volt 5 Amp charger with 3 pin XLR connector Short Circuit protection to ensure a full charged batteryEnhanced charging method to ensure the battery does not over chargeCharges both SLA and GEL Cell batteries3 Color LED Status Indication to show the operation of the charging progress
Specifications;AC Input: 100-240Vac, 50-60Hz, 1.5A-0.7ADC Output: 24V Rated (28.9V Max.), 5A Max.Operating Temperature: 0 C - 40 C (30F - 104F)
Indicator Functions;Red On or Flashing: Battery Reversed Polarity or Battery Voltage (>30V) FaultYellow On: While in chargingYellow Flash: No battery connected or Low Voltage ( <15V) detected from batteries connectionGreen On: Fully charged (Batteries ready for use)

Genuine Mighty Max battery Product

Features

  • Mighty Max 24 Volts 5 Amp charger with 3 pin XLR connector
  • Enhanced charging method that avoids the battery from over charging
  • Provides short circuit protection to ensure a full charged battery
  • Charges both Sealed Lead Acid and Gel Cell batteries
  • Charge Percentage LED indicator

2 reviews for 24V 5A Battery Charger for Hoveround / Lakematic –

  1. Rated 3 out of 5

    Dash

    Heck yeah baeby-e keep them coming!

  2. Rated 2 out of 5

    Web Hosting

    So that I can charge two BB-2590 batteries while connected to shore power and run the system and when I disconnect from shore power it kick to the batteries. Max, can ask something regards for this circuit, what is the maximum input voltage for this schematic diagram?

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