Exide Technologies (www.exidegroup.com), a global provider of energy storage solutions, is launching three new chargers specifically developed for the Exide Marine & Leisure equipment Li-Ion battery range.
The range includes two chargers for 12V Li-Ion batteries with a maximum charging current of 20A and 30A, and one for 24V batteries with a current of 27A. It is offered for periodic or seasonal charging of Li-Ion batteries before they are installed on the vehicle or stored for the winter.
Periodic recharging is essential
Exide's Marine & Leisure equipment Li-Ion batteries are equipped with advanced features that consume energy even when the battery is not in use:
Exide's Marine & Leisure Li-Ion battery chargers allow maximum state of charge (SoC) for the installation and storage of batteries and reset the SoC calculation in the BMS.
Different types of chargers are on the market, but not all of them are suitable for charging Exide's Li-Ion products: However, if an inadequate charger is used, the low voltage protection in the BMS is not disabled, and the batteries cannot be charged. It is therefore essential to apply a charger with matching specifications, in order to ensure optimum functions.
Exide's Marine & Leisure equipment Li-Ion range with significant benefits
Exide's Marine & Leisure equipment Li-Ion range currently consists of six batteries with state-of-the-art performance and technology that cover most applications for boating and leisure.
Exide Marine & Leisure equipment Li-Ion batteries offer a range of benefits:
In addition to the equipment Li-Ion range, Exide's Marine & Leisure battery series includes specific products for numerous applications, such as Equipment GEL, Equipment AGM, Equipment, Dual AGM, Dual EFB, Dual, Start AGM and Start. The range's advanced Gel, AGM and EFB batteries are approved by the classification society DNV, the highest recognition available for a product in the marine market.
Senior Account Manager DACH / UK