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PFC 5000 Battery Charger

Advantages
 
0. Free custom programming to your exact requirements included with every charger. Also free email technical support and half-price reprogramming for the life of the charger.
1. Internal integrated PFC, no pollution to electric network, minimizes disturbance on electric network from heavy current.
2. Wide input voltage range AC85V~AC265V available for worldwide requirements, convenient for electric-network fluctuation and vehicles exportation.
3. High efficiency, above 93%, while traditional chargers can meet only about 80% efficiency.
4. Intelligent temperature compensation function in the charging process, preventing damage to the battery caused by charge-off or charge due, greatly extending the lifespan of the battery.
5. Fully-sealed and water-proof, protection class IP46. Shock resistance treatment made inside makes vibration-proof level up to SAEJ1378 that can fully meet the standard of automobile appliance usage.
6. Available for various kind of batteries like Lead-Acid, LiFePO4 etc., Flexible and programmable charging module. Ability to select 10 different Amp Hour or Cell Count settings. Equipped with CAN communication interface to realize real-time communication with BMS.
7. Includes two external AC cooling fans for long life.

Specifications

Spec
Model
Output Voltage
-Nominal
Output Voltage
-Maximum
Output Current
-Maximum
230vac
Output Current
-Maximum
115vac
TCCH-48-80
48V
66V
80A
38A
TCCH-60-70
60V
82V
70A
30A
TCCH-72-56
72V
96V
56A
26A
TCCH-84-50
84V
112V
50A
22A
TCCH-96-44
96V
130V
44A
20A
TCCH-120-36
120V
168V
36A
15A
TCCH-144-30
144V
192V
30A
13A
TCCH-168-24
168V
233V
24A
12A
TCCH-216-20
216V
289V
20A
8A
TCCH-288-15
288V
389V
15A
7.5A
TCCH-312-14
312V
417V
14A
7A
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Note: red = in stock,  black = special order.

Technical Features

AC Input Voltage Range
AC85V~AC265V
AC Input Frequency
45~65 Hz
AC Power Factor
≥0.98
Full Load Efficiency
≥93
Mechanical Shock &
Vibration Resistance Level
Conformance to
SAEJ1378 Standard
EnvironmentalEnclosure
IP46
Operating Temperature
-40 +55℃
Storage Temperature
-40 +100℃
Mechanical Dimensions
365mm×352mm×139mm
Net Weight
13.80kg

LED Indicator

Red-Green flash
(one second interval)
Battery Disconnected
Red flash
(three seconds interval)
Repair Battery
Red flash
(one second interval)
<80% Charge Indicator
Yellow flash
(one second interval)
>80% Charge Indicator
Green flash
(one second interval)
100% Charge Indicator
 
Protection Features
 
1. Thermal Self-Protection: When the internal temperature of the charger exceeds 75, the charging current will reduce automatically. If exceeds 85℃, the charger will shutdown protectively. When the internal temperature drops, it will resume charging automatically. 
2. Short-circuit Protection: When the charger encounters unexpected short circuit across the output, charging will automatically stop. When fault removes, the charger will re-start in 10 seconds.
3. Reverse Connection Protection: When the battery is polarity reversed, the charger will disconnect the internal circuit and the battery, the charging will stop and avoid been damaged.
4. Input Low-voltage Protection: When the input AC Voltage is lower than 85V, the charger will shutdown protectively and automatically resume working after the voltage is normal again.

Making user selection (1-10)

1. There are 10 user selections of Amp Hour (battery size) or Cell Count (number of batteries) available.
2. When the charger is plugged in, the red LED flashes a number of times to indicate the present selection.
3. To change the selection, disconnect AC power, lift the bottom right corner of the Model Number label and hold down the black plastic button while connecting the AC power. Count the number of green flashes and release the button at the desired selection (1-10). The red LED will flash the same number of times to confirm your selection
 
Alarms

 
LED Flashing Sequence One Cycle
Indication
1
R G _ _ _ _ _ _
Wrong Battery
2
R G R _ _ _ _ _
Overcharged
3
R G R G _ _ _ _
Battery Overheated
4
R G R G R _ _ _
Incorrect AC Input Voltage
5
R G R G R G _ _
External Thermal Sensor Fault
6
R G R G R G R _
Communication Interface Fault
7
G R _ _ _ _ _ _
Charger Overheated
8
G R G _ _ _ _ _
Charger Relay Fault Repair
9
G R G R _ _ _ _
Charger Fault; Repair
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Note:
1. R—red    G—green
2. “_” denotes one second stop
3. Above LED flashing sequence is one cycle, the LED will flash repeatedly when in fault.
 
Installation & Safety Instructions
 
1. Preferably the charger should be installed in the vertical position with radiator fins vertical. A space of 10cm above ground should be open to ensure airflow. Never install in the vertical position with fins facing down.
2. Ensure all heat dissipating parts are not obstructed to avoid overheating. Do not put the battery charger near any heat sources. Make sure that free space around the charger is enough to provide adequate ventilation & easy cable socket access.
3. Ensure the consistency between the alternating supply voltage and the allowable voltage input of the charger, please approach a retailer or local Power Utility for enquiry.
4. For safety and electromagnetic compatibility, the battery charger has a 3-prong plug that apply tothe socket with grounded outlet.
5. If you are using an extension cord for alternating current power supply, make sure that it is affordable to the maximum input current.
6. The voltage-drop between the charger and connection wire of the battery should be as less than 1% of the battery voltage as it can. Otherwise, it affects charging effect possibly. Meanwhile, the diameter of the wire should satisfy the output current value.
7.The thermal compensation probe for the battery voltage must be placed in the area of the highest battery temperature, such as between two batteries near the center of the pack.
8.If the charger does not work correctly or if it has been damaged, unplug it immediately from the supply socket, from the battery and contact a retailer.
9. Do not try to service the charger yourself. Opening the cover may expose you to shock or other hazards.
10. To avoid damaging the power cord, do not put anything on it or place it where it will be walked on. If the cord becomes damaged or frayed, replace it immediately.

 

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