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Carica Batteria Al Piombo 12v 3ah

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Innanzitutto saluti a tutti!

Ho un caricabatterie da modellismo che mi permette di impostare l'amperaggio di carica e tante altre cose....

carica un pò tutto...batterie al piombo, ni-mh, li-ion, nicd, lipo .....

si arresta da solo quando la batteria è carica...solo mi chiede l'amperaggio di carica...e non so quanto dargli!

La batteria è una al piombo da 12V e 3Ah

a..mi permette di impostare fino a 5A a passi di 0,1A!

Per chi lo conoscesse è questo...



- Handles just about any battery you throw at it. 1-24 cell NiCd or NiMH cells (1.2- 28.0V), 1-4 Lithium-ion or Lithium-polymer cells (3.6- 14.8V) or 6, 12, and 24V lead-acid batteries (Pb).

- Up to 10 different battery configurations are storable for instant,

easy recall and charger set up.

- Features adjustable peak detection sensitivity, and recalls data for up to 10 full cycles.

- Top-off charge feature fully charges NiMHs without overheating.

- The scrolling dial offers simplicity and sophistication in its programming. - Warning messages for improper input voltage, poor connections, unsuitable battery condition, and reverse polarity on output.

- Safety features include cool-off time delay, maximum NiMH charge input, fast charge safety timer, current overload, and reverse polarity protection.

- Optional battery temperature monitoring allows you to safely and accurately charge heat-sensitive Lithium-ion, Lithium-polymer and NiMH batteries.

- Built-in cooling fan for better charge efficiency and longer charger life.

- One year warranty.

- Input Voltage: 10- 15.0V DC

- Adjustable Charge Current: 0.1-5.0A (2.5A maximum for Li-ion/Li-po).

- Fast Charge Current: 0.1 -5.0A linear (2.5A maximum for Li-ion) (1A for Li-po).

Fast Charge Termination:

"zero deltaV" peak detection with adjustable sensitivity for NiCd and NiMH batteries.

"constant current/constant voltage" for Pb & Li-ion Li-po (cc/cv)

optional fast charge thermal cutoff (thermal probe included)

TRICKLE Charge Current:

0-250mA (n/a for Pb and Li-ion/Li-po), automatically set by Triton (not user adjustable) based on the level of the peak charge current.

Discharge Current: 0.1-3.0A

Discharge Cutoff Voltage:

0.5-1.16V per cell NiCd & NiMH (0.8V j cell fixed during cycle)

Pb fixed at 1.8V per cell

Li-Ion/Li-Po fixed at 2.8V per cell

Output Connectors: banana jacks

Input Connectors: Alligator clips

Case Size: 6.2"x 4.0"x 2.0" (157 x 102 x 51mm)

Weight: 16.4 oz. (466g)

Edited by mrburton
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Tieni presente che in generale le batterie ,o meglio gli accumulatori vanno caricati al massimo a 1/10 della corrente nominale (quella che compare scritta sulla targa ).

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Paolo Cattani

In realtà non è vero, ma 1/10 è la corrente convenzionalmente consigliata, quella che dovrebbe garantire la maggiore durata della batteria. Un normale alternatore auto, ad esempio, ricarica a più di 1/3 della corrente nominale.

Io starei fra 1/10 ed 1/5, cioè da 0,3 a 0,6 A.

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