Power Designers - PowerCharge iHF3 Series

By: Power Designers USA  09-12-2011
Keywords: Battery Charging, High Frequency Transformer, Frequency Transformer,

High Frequency & High Efficiency MOSFET/IGBT Technology
The PowerCharge iHF chargers incorporate high frequency MOSFET/IGBT technology and utilize a high frequency transformer in lieu of the bulky 60Hz transformer used in SCR and Ferroresonant chargers. This yields very high electrical efficiencies (lower energy bills) and much smaller and lighter units. In fact, the PowerCharge iHF chargers are the most efficient and lightest chargers available on the market.

Multi Voltage & Multi-Chemistry Capability

The PowerCharge iHF multi-voltage and multi-chemistry capability allows users to use one type of charger across the plant to meet of of their battery charging needs. This allows for:

• Common user interface

• Simpler service

• Same charger technology across the plant for all battery types (flooded, Gel, and AGM)

• Redundant operation

• Use of any available charger

Opportunity Charging Capability

The PowerCharge iHF chargers fully support standard, opportunity , and fast charge cycles. Daily & weekly charging profiles can easily be programmable to match work load schedules. In addition, finish & equalize cycles can be automatically programmed to run on certain days of the week.

Highly Intelligent User Interface with Advanced Programmability

The PowerCharge iHF chargers utilize the latest software and hardware microprocessor technologies and are the first to allow programmability via Palm handheld devices. All of the charger's settings and features can be easily programmable via a Palm software. End users can easily customize the charger operation to fit their needs with the push of a button.

Keywords: Battery Charging, Frequency Transformer, High Frequency Transformer, Programmability,

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