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Battery Charger & Discharger HYBT-701

Battery Charger & Discharger HYBT-701 is special equipment for activation of VRLA (hereinafter referred as storage battery) with bad capacity caused by plate sulfuration crystallization. It possesses the functions of “activation” 、“check discharge” and “automatic charging” and etc. This equipment adopts current advanced testing technology theory, and it has obtained a series of breakthrough in research and application of new technology, new parts, new material and new technics.


Features
Technical Specification


Measurement type of cell voltage

2V/6V/12V;

Measurement range of cell voltage

2V:0~3V; 6V: 4-8V; 12V:4-15V

Resolution of cell voltage

2V: 0.001V, 6V: 0.01V, 12V:0.01V

Voltage testing accuracy

0.5%

Working range of charge and discharge current

2A~100A

Control accuracy of charge and discharge current

0.1A

Current testing accuracy

1%

Battery capacity check range

2V:20-1000Ah;   6V:20-200Ah;  12V:20-300Ah;

Working voltage

AC 220±15%

Communication mode

RS232 communication and USB communication

Cooling mode

Refrigeration by blasting

Working environment

Temperature: 0℃~40℃    Humidity: 20%~80%RH

Storage condition

-20℃~70℃ package and storage

Display mode

LCD with high-brightness

External dimensions(w×h×l)

450mm×190mm×585mm

Weight

11kg

Carrying method

Portable type, with roller movement


Instrument parameter setting range:

Battery type

Charge/discharge   current

Charge/discharge time

Min final voltage of discharge

Max limit voltage of charge

2V

2~100A

00:01~99:59

1.65V

2.50V

Activation cycling

1~8

Charge/discharge time of
single cycle during activation

00:01~19:59

6V

 2~20A

00:01~99:59

4V

7.8V

Activation cycling

1~8

 Charge/discharge time of
single cycle during activation

00:01~19:59

12V

 2A~30A

00:01~99:59

 8V

15V

Activation cycling

1~8

Charge/discharge time of
single cycle during activation

00:01~19:59

 


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