Originally designed for the BPMS Mk2 which has its own internal charger, the Fleet 2812 does not have the current control for charging a battery directly.
High performance battery management and power solutions
Whilst the SquadNet battery can be charged on the radio via USB, the SquadNet Charger allows charging of multiple batteries separately from the radio. This eliminates radio downtime during the battery charging process.
It features a transport mode to prepare Li-ion batteries to less than 30% state of charge for air transport in line with IATA regulations, and a storage mode to prepare Li-ion batteries to 50% state of charge for long-term storage. It also includes twin USB ports for charging mobile devices.
Each channel works completely independently to allow the efficient management of a mixed battery fleet. The Four Channel Caravel Mk2 offers faster charging and discharging compared to the Armada charger/conditioner.
Designed for absolute simplicity of operation, each channel features a transport mode to prepare Li-ion batteries to less than 30% state of charge for air transport in line with IATA regulations, and a storage mode to prepare Li-ion batteries to 50% state of charge for long-term storage. State of charge information for each channel is provided by an LED indicator display.
Whilst the Caravel remains in service, the Caravel Mk2 is recommended for users who wish to maintain a greater range of battery products.
LIPS batteries simply click into place and charging is initiated through a toggle switch. The charger provides flexibility when no AC source is available, allowing charging in a moving or stationary vehicle.
PoS terminals are used across the world in the hospitality, retail, transport, and delivery sectors. Whilst PAX A920 and PAX A920 PRO batteries can be charged on the PoS terminals, the PoS Multi-Dock Charger allows charging of multiple batteries separately from the device. This eliminates PoS terminal downtime during the battery charging process, improving the efficiency of mobile payment operations.
When access to conventional charging methods is unavailable, the Harvester provides an alternative option for maintaining urgent power requirements. It also includes a USB port for charging mobile devices.
Providing flexibility in the field when no AC or other DC source is available, it can offer reduced charge times with a charge current of up to 10A.
The charger is designed for ease of use with battery charging automatically initiated on connection of a battery to any channel with no user input required. State of charge information for each channel is provided by an LED indicator display.
The charger contains integrated charging cables. Charge current is shown on an LCD display and charge completion is indicated via LEDs.