|Charge Voltage||12/24 V|
|Charge Rate||50/50 A|
The MXTS 70/50 is both a high-current power supply for memory flashing and a powerful workshop charger with state of the art technology. It is developed for both 12V and 24V lead acid batteries, offers very sophisticated technology and is extremely user friendly. The MXTS 70/50 features different displays showing the status of charging, charge voltage, current, charge time (h), and energy indication (Ah) for battery condition control. The MXTS 70/50 is equipped with all necessary features and functions required for professional battery care at a workshop, such as:
Selectable modes for optimal battery size adaptation.
Selectable power supply program for constant voltage output of 50A at13.6 14.8V/27.2 29.6V.
Patented desulphation function.
Reconditioning function to restore stratified and deeply discharged batteries.
Unique float/pulse maintenance charging.
Diagnostic features to determine if a battery can receive and retain a charge.
Temperature sensor for optimized charging at all times.
Integrated USB port for parameter upload.
The MXTS 70/50 is a fully automatic 8-step charger that delivers selectable 50A/12V or 50A/24V to batteries from 20 to 1500Ah for 12V and 20 to 1500Ah for 24V. The charger is IP20 classified, housed in heavy duty aluminum for rough environments and designed to protect vehicle electronics. It is non-sparking, reverse polarity protected, and short-circuit proof. The MXTS 70/50 is delivered with a 2-year warranty.
High charge current output
Selectable nominal charge voltages 12V or 24V
Several selectable standard 8-step charge algorithms
The charge algorithm parameters can be changed via an USB communication interface
Adjustable maximal charge current
Supply mode with selectable voltages
Visible charge voltage/current/time and amp hours
Battery temperature compensation of charge voltage
Informative error indication display
Mains switch for power ON/OFF
Detachable mains and charge cables
Detachable battery temperature sensor
External USB serial communication interface
High power factor (cosfi) resulting in less mains load
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