Lead-acid battery charger EDS-500
DIN rail-mountedpanel-mountwall-mount

lead-acid battery charger
lead-acid battery charger
lead-acid battery charger
lead-acid battery charger
lead-acid battery charger
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Battery type
wall-mount, DIN rail-mounted, rack-mount, panel-mount
Other characteristics
smart, adjustable, high-current, high-voltage, universal voltage, fanless, with monitoring system
for electric vehicles, power distribution, for access control

9.19 A, 18.4 A, 36.7 A

Nominal voltage

12 V, 24 V, 48 V


500W DC UPS – Guaranteed power during unexpected AC cuts AC/DC UPS, AC/DC Battery chargers 500W-DC-UPS The EDS-500 is a 500W battery charger that allows feeding DC loads through the charger´s batteries even if there is an AC mains cutdown. This UPS (uninterruptible power supply) series is perfect for charging lead-acid batteries of 12V, 24V and 48V and includes internal battery cut off when battery is low. Other battery types available under request. The EDS-500 works with universal input (110-230Vac) and is available with different output combinations. This UPS series has been designed to work in applications such as 4.0 industry, Internet of Things and smart grids, and is presented in a very compact design whilst offering a reliable and efficient solution to minimize the loss of power in a robust case. KEY FEATURES 3 state battery charging Smart battery test by capacity measurement discharging over the load Internal battery cut off when battery is low Voltage/temperature compensation included Cooling through natural convection 3000 Vac input/output isolation Selectable maximum current charging levels Advanced configuration via RS232 Optional CAN BUS or Ethernet port Battery temperature sensor input Battery voltage sense input Battery low alarm Up to 93% efficiency IEC62368-1 Compliant


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