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Tycon 48VDC 900W AGM SLA Battery Charger. 58.8V 15A Charge. 55.2V Float. 90-240VAC 50/60Hz Switchable Input. Detachable AC Cord. 14AWG 2 Wire DC Cable. LED Status Indicators

Sales price: $299.95


This battery charger provides up to 900W of total charging power. The battery charger is compatible with GEL/AGM type sealed lead acid batteries.

The charger has various protections for reverse current, short-circuit, over-load, over-voltage, and over-current.

There is an LED which indicates charging (Red) or battery full (Green). The unit comes with a removeable AC cord with a North American Plug. The units are can work from 90VAC to 240VAC (selectable via switch).


  • 48V 900W Total Power
  • Over-Voltage, Over-Current, ReverseCurrent, Over-Load, Short-Circuit Protections
  • Led indicator: Red=Charging, Green=Battery Full/Float Charge
  • CE Certification


  • Wireless Base Stations, Cellular Base Stations
  • Surveillance Systems
  • Battery Backup Systems

Dimensions (LxWxH) incl mtg flange

  • 272 x 135 x 70mm (10.7 x 5.3 x 2.75”)


  • 1.95kg (4.3lb)

Technical Description

  • Total Power Available (for Load and Battery charging): 900W
  • Nominal Battery Voltage: 48VDC
  • Battery Charge Max Current: 15A
  • Battery Charger Voltage: 58.8V
  • Battery Float Voltage: 55.2V
  • Efficiency: >88%
  • DC Output: Cable 2 Wire 14AWG ; 1.2m (48”) long cable ; Brown = V+, Blue = VAC Input Connector IEC C14
  • AC Power Cord: IEC C13 to Nema 5-15P, 1.2m (48")
  • AC Power Input: 120VAC / 240VAC , 50/60Hz
  • Hi-Pot Test: 1500VAC / 10mA / 1min
  • Insulation Resistance: >10MOhm, 500VDC
  • Operating Temperature: -10 to +40C (14 to +104°F)
  • Operating Humidity (RH): 5% to 90% (non condensing)
  • Storage Temperature: -40 to +70°C (-40 to +158°F)
  • Storage Humidity: 5% to 95% (non-condensing)
  • Standards Compliance: CE, EN60335-1:2002 and EN60335-2-29:2002
  • MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure): >50,000 hrs

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