Victron Impulse II Mobility Charger - 24V 8A
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A reliable battery charger with a long service life. There is a rubber bumper available for the Impulse II Battery Charger. The IP65 Charger is already protected against dust, and water spray - now you can protect it from accidental damage too. This rubber bumper allows it to withstand the knocks and bangs of workshop life. It will extend the life of your charger, and it has an easy-carry handle, ...or hang it from a hook when not in use.
Mobility and independence are the keywords when it comes to using an electric wheelchair or scooter; the freedom to decide for yourself where to go. So of course, it’s important to be able to take your mobility scooter with you. To this end, you can rely on smart solutions from Victron Energy
The multifunctional Impulse II battery charger is suitable for mobility scooters and electric wheelchairs. Most mobility scooters are fitted with two 12-volt batteries which are connected in series.
Together they generate a current of 24 volts. The Impulse II is suitable for 24 volts and a variety of batteries, such as GEL batteries, AGM batteries and wet batteries. The Impulse II combines versatility with safety. For example, the battery charger has double insulation and is protected against reversed polarity, overvoltage and overheating.
The Impulse II’s compact and lightweight design allows you to
store it without any problem in a shed or storage space. The charger can be quite easily moved or taken with you.
The Impulse II comes with a so-called “XLR plug” which is the universal standard for mobility scooters and electric wheelchairs.
- Input voltage: 230 VAC (range 180-265 VAC)
- Frequency: 50/60 Hz (range 45-65 Hz)
- Efficiency: 95%
- Power consumption in no-load operation: 0.5 W
- Charge voltage 'absorption': 28.8 V
- Charge voltage 'float': 27.6 V
- Charge voltage ‘storage': 26.4 V
- Charge algorithm: 4-stage adaptive
- Charge current: 8A
- Minimum battery capacity: 50AH
- Protection: Reverse polarity, output short circuit, Over temperature
- Weight: 1.3Kgs
- Dimensions (h x w x d): 60 x 105 x 190 mm
Adaptive 4-stage charge algorithm: bulk – absorption – float – storage
The Impulse II charger features a microprocessor-controlled ‘adaptive’ battery management system. The adaptive feature will automatically optimize the charging process relative to the way the battery is being used.
Storage mode: less maintenance and ageing when the battery is not in use
The storage mode kicks in whenever the battery has not been subjected to discharge during 24 hours. In the storage mode, float voltage is reduced to 2,2V/cell (26,4V for a 24V battery) to minimize corrosion of the positive plates and loss of liquid due to gassing. Once a week the voltage is raised back to the absorption level to ‘equalize’ the battery. This feature prevents stratification of the electrolyte and sulfation, a major cause of early battery failure.
The Impulse II is a battery to set your mind at ease. It has a fully automated charging programme which optimises battery recharging. This 4-phase charging curve guarantees the best possible service life for your battery. During the charging process, the charger goes through three different phases. The first sees high-power charging of the battery up to approx. 80% capacity. The last 20% or so is charged at lower power as part of the second phase. The third and final phase ensures that the batteries stay fully charged. During the last phase, you can disconnect the charger from the mobility scooter.
Protected against overheating
Output current will reduce as ambient temperature increases up to more than 30°C, but the charger will not be disabled.
Two LED’s for status indication
Red LED: bulk, absorption
Green LED: float, storage en repeated absorption (refresh)
Both LEDs flashing: connected with reverse polarity, short circuit, over-voltage
|Battery Type||Lead Acid Battery|
|Charger||External 24v 8a|
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