Long-life, safe and quiet
Output current is reduced if the temperature rises above 60 °C, but the charger will not fail. With no fan or moving parts, the charger is silent. The IP65 protection class guarantees first-class protection against dust, water and chemicals.
Recovery function for fully discharged batteries
The BlueSmart charger has a charging output that attempts to recharge even deeply discharged batteries. To do this, the charger will attempt to recharge a fully discharged battery with low current and resume normal charging once sufficient voltage has developed across the battery terminals.
Temperature compensated charging
The optimal charge voltage of a lead-acid battery varies inversely with temperature. The charger measures ambient temperature during the test phase and compensates for temperature during the charge process. Special settings are not needed.
Even the lower float charge voltage that follows the absorption period will cause grid corrosion. It is therefore essential to reduce the charge voltage even further when the battery remains connected to the charger for more than 48 hours
With its integrated Bluetooth you can monitor the status of the charger and batteries with a smartphone or tablet. The charger can be configured and updated using the VictronConnect app.
|Input voltage||230 V AC|
|Charging current||25 A|
|Standby power consumption||0.5 W|
|Charge voltage 'absorption'||Normal: 14.4 V.
High: 14.7 V
Li-ion: 14.2 V
|Charge voltage 'float'||Normal: 13.8 V
High: 13.8 V.
Li-ion: 13.5 V
|Charge voltage 'storage'||Normal: 13.2 V
High: 13.2 V
Li-ion: 13.5 V
|Operating temperature range||-30 to +50 ° C|
|Battery terminal||Crocodile clips or M8 cable lugs|
|IP nominal value||IP65|
|Dimensions (HxWxD)||75 x 140 x 240 mm|
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