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SANS Charger 54.6V 3A | XLR 3PIN(1+2-) Port

SANS Charger 54.6V 3A | XLR 3PIN(1+2-) Port


Regular price $64.99 USD
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AC Input: 100V-240V, 50-60HZ

DC Output: 54.6V 3A

Dimension: 7.36*3.54*1.81inches (187*90*46mm)

Weight(g): 715

Cooling mode: fanless


Input under-voltage protection

Output battery reverse connection protection

Output short-circuit protection

Output over-voltage / under-voltage protection

Output over-current protection

Switching off protection

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  • Over-current protection

    When internal or external charger failure, such as short circuit or overload,charger will stop working until failures removed.

  • Over-voltage protection

    When the charger feedback function failure occurs, the charger into the protection
    state. After troubleshooting, the charger can resume normal work.

  • Short-circuit protection

    When CHG+ and CHG- short-circuit, charger will protect and no charger output and input power ≤5W. Charger rework after failure removed.

  • Timing off

    Charger from charge exceeds this time, the maximum time to the end of charging, the charger off the output.

  • Reverse connect protection

    The positive and negative terminals of the charger output are connected backward, and the charger will close the output. The charger should work normally after the correct connection.

  • Reverse current protection

    When the charge finished, unplug the power cord but battery charger is still connected, battery energy will not flow backward into charger.

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