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Schauer 24V 5A Fully Automatic Electronic Charger / Float Standby for GEL Batteries - 115VAC - XLR 3-Pin Male

by Schauer

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Model JAC0524G-XLR (0891-23)

Schauer 24 Volt / 5 Amp Fully Automatic Electronic Smart Charger with 3 Pin XLR DC Plug for Medical Mobility/Wheelchair/Scooter Applications.
3-Pin XLR Plug, #1 Pin POS(+)
Fully Automatic Electronic Charger
Intelligent charger follows battery impedance to end of charge cycle for all battery types. Fully automatic.
Red LED indicates AC power on.
Yellow LED indicates battery is charging.
Green LED indicates float mode.
• Charge control: modified constant current charge to a constant finishing voltage then to a float standby.
• Current limiting.
• Fully automatic 3 stage charger can be left on the battery indefinitely.
• For any type lead acid battery, including conventional, maintenance free, deep cycle, gelled-type, valve regulated batteries.
• Finishing voltage: 2.28 volts per cell float; 2.37 volts per cell finishing. Preset to GEL BATTERY specification.
• Not intended for use as a DC power supply.
• Full load at 2.1 volts per cell continuous - 100% duty cycle.
• Short circuit proof.
• Reverse polarity protection (except 2 amp model).
• Mountable, aluminum case.
• 6.5"W x 3.5"H x 1.8"D
• 1.8 lbs

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Frank Parsinitz
Schauer 24V 5A Fully Automatic Electronic Charger with Float Standby for GEL Batteries.

I LOVE this product so much that I purchased two, one to replace a broken charger and a second for my new scooter. These automatic chargers go through several stages to optimize battery life. Upon completion of these stages, the charger enters and remains in the final stage known as the float cycle. The Float cycle is a very low amperage trickle charge that allows you to leave the device connected to the charger permanently without damaging the battery. Because of the float cycle the scooter remains fully charged and ready to go whenever you are.

I didn’t know if you let the scooter batteries discharge beyond a certain point that the battery becomes permanently damaged. I was having a Bruno Platform Lift (elevator) installed on my home and I left my new scooter in the car for three months over the winter while the lift was being installed. Since I wasn't using that scooter it didn't cross my mind to charge it. That was a very expensive mistake. Replacement batteries for the Revo was $300 and the Zero Turn 10 was $450.

When I was finally able to use the lift I brought the scooter in and allowed several hours for everything to come up to room temperature I connected the batteries to the original charger they wouldn’t take a charge. I took them to my cousin An Engineer and a Mechanics who first tested them and they failed. He attempted to charge them on his custom electronic charger without any success. The time and temperature that the batteries were exposed to left them to beyond repair.

I have very limited mobility and use two different scooters; a Pride Mobility Zero Turn 10 (A few months old) and a Pride Mobility Revo 4 Wheel (12 years old with several battery changes). Each scooter is suited for specific tasks so I use both.