Total Battery Charger

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A 15kg battery charger refers to a charging device or system that has a weight of 15 kilograms. This type of battery charger is designed to provide electrical energy to recharge batteries, and the weight specification indicates the mass of the charger itself. The weight can be a significant factor in portable or mobile applications where the charger needs to be transported or carried. It’s essential to consider the weight along with other specifications, such as charging capacity, voltage compatibility, and charging speed, to determine the suitability of the charger for specific use cases.


Input voltage(V):220-240
Charging voltage(V):12/24
Rated current(A):16/18
Boost current(A):20
Reference capacity(AH):70-



  1. Industrial Equipment Charging:
    • Charging large batteries used in industrial machinery, such as forklifts, electric vehicles, or heavy-duty equipment.
  2. Marine Applications:
    • Charging batteries on ships, boats, or marine vessels where larger power storage systems are employed.
  3. Backup Power Systems:
    • Charging batteries for backup power systems, providing emergency power in situations like power outages or critical infrastructure scenarios.
  4. Renewable Energy Storage:
    • Charging batteries used in renewable energy systems, such as solar or wind power installations, to store energy for later use.
  5. Electric Vehicle Charging:
    • Charging batteries in electric buses, trucks, or other large electric vehicles that require higher-capacity charging solutions.
  6. Telecommunication Towers:
    • Powering and charging batteries in remote telecommunication towers where a reliable power source is crucial for uninterrupted communication.
  7. Military Applications:
    • Charging batteries for military equipment and vehicles where robust and durable charging solutions are required.
  8. Construction Equipment:
    • Charging batteries for heavy construction machinery that operates on electric power.
  9. Power Stations:
    • Use in power stations or substations for charging and maintaining large battery banks used for grid stabilization or emergency power.
  10. Data Centers:
    • Providing backup power solutions for critical systems in data centers where uninterrupted power is essential.


SKU: AHS22462 Category:


Insulation class: H


Safety measures and precautions

  1. Read the Manual:
    • Always read and understand the manufacturer’s manual that comes with the Total Battery Charger. It provides specific instructions and safety information for your particular model.
  2. Compatible Batteries:
    • Ensure that the Total Battery Charger is compatible with the type and voltage of the batteries you intend to charge. Using the wrong type of battery can lead to damage or even pose safety risks.
  3. Proper Ventilation:
    • Charge batteries in a well-ventilated area. Charging generates heat, and proper ventilation helps dissipate heat and prevents the buildup of potentially harmful gases.
  4. Temperature:
    • Charge batteries within the recommended temperature range specified by the manufacturer. Extreme temperatures can affect battery performance and safety.
  5. Supervision:
    • Never leave batteries unattended while charging. Regularly check the charging process to ensure everything is proceeding as expected.
  6. Avoid Overcharging:
    • Do not leave batteries on the charger for extended periods after they are fully charged. Overcharging can damage the batteries and pose safety risks.
  7. Charge in a Safe Location:
    • Charge batteries on a stable and non-flammable surface. Avoid charging batteries on surfaces that can conduct electricity, like metal.
  8. Keep it Dry:
    • Ensure that the Total Battery Charger and the charging area are dry. Water and moisture can damage the charger and create a risk of electric shock.
  9. Use a GFCI Outlet:
    • If possible, use a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) outlet when charging batteries to reduce the risk of electric shock.
  10. Inspect the Charger:
    • Regularly inspect the Total Battery Charger for any signs of damage. If you notice any issues, do not use it until it has been inspected and repaired by a qualified professional.
  11. Disconnect Power:
    • Before connecting or disconnecting batteries, turn off the Total Battery Charger and unplug it from the power source to avoid electric shock.
  12. Follow Charging Sequence:
    • Adhere to the recommended charging sequence provided by the manufacturer. Connecting the battery and charger in the correct order is essential for safety.
  13. Keep Children and Pets Away:
    • Store the Total Battery Charger and charging batteries in a location that is inaccessible to children and pets.
  14. Emergency Preparedness:
    • Be aware of the location of fire extinguishers and have a plan for handling emergencies. If a battery starts to overheat or shows signs of damage, be prepared to respond quickly.


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