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LiTime 24 (29.2) Volt 20A Mountable Lithium Battery Charger

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LiTime 24 (29.2) Volt 20A Mountable Lithium Battery Charger

LiTime 24 (29.2) Volt 20A Mountable Lithium Battery Charger

C$309.99 C$179.99

LiTime 24 (29.2) Volt 20A Mountable Lithium Battery Charger

C$309.99 C$179.99

    SPECS

    BASIC
    Charger Type:
    LiFePO4
    Output Voltage:
    29.2V
    Output Current:
    20A
    Max Input Current:
    10A
    Input Voltage Range:
    AC 100V to 240V; 50Hz to 60Hz
    LED Indicator:
    PROTECTION
    Over Temperature:
    Output Short-Circuit:
    Reverse Polarity Connection:
    Output Over-Voltage:
    TEMPERATURE
    Operating:
    -4℉ ~ 104℉
    Storage:
    -40℉ ~ 158℉
    OTHERS
    Size:
    L10.87*W4.75*H3.52 inch
    Approx. Weight:
    5.07 lbs(2.3kg)
    Warranty:
    2 Years
    Certifications:
    CE, RoHS
    Anderson Connector:
    50A/M8 Terminal
    Input Cable:
    47.24 inch
    Output Cable:
    57.08 inch (Include 9.84 inch Anderson Extension Cable)

    FAQ

    Q: What charger should I use for LiFePO4 battery?

    A:

    For a complete charge of a 24V LiFePO4 battery, a charger with a voltage ranging from 28.4V to 29.2V is necessary. If a charger with a lower voltage is used, it can still charge the battery, but it won't reach full 100% capacity.

    Q: Can I charge a LiFePO4 battery with a trickle charger?

    A:

    Trickle charging is not acceptable for lithium batteries. Charging a LiFePO4 battery with a trickle charger not designed for this type of battery could lead to overcharging or damage due to the different charging requirements of lithium batteries compared to traditional lead-acid batteries.

    Q: Can I charge LiFePO4 to 100%?

    A:

    Yes, you can. But charging a battery to less than 100% and avoiding complete discharge always increases cell longevity. Similarly, maintaining operation within the 20%-80% state of charge (SoC) range will prolong the life of lithium batteries. In the case of LiTime deep cycle lithium batteries, they can withstand over 4000 deep cycles at 100% Depth of Discharge (DoD), over 6000 cycles at 80% DoD, and more than 15,000 cycles at 60% DoD.

    Q: Is it OK to leave a lithium-ion battery on the charger overnight?

    A:

    Leaving a lithium-ion battery on the charger overnight can be generally safe if you are using a charger like LiTime lithium battery chargers which is designed to stop charging once the battery reaches full capacity. Most modern lithium-ion chargers are designed with this feature to prevent overcharging.

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