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    Default Portable car battery charger required...

    Hi all,
    i am looking for portable car / ups / generator battery charger.
    anybody who can help me in getting it, i would be thankful to him.

    Awaiting response

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    K.V

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    go to any ups manufacturing guy, he can build it for u. wouldnt cost u much
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    These chargers are available in market. I have read somewhere, can't remember now.
    Anyone who have purchased such thing anywhere in Pak, please share experience.

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    working great got it from uk.
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    For???

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    Quote Originally Posted by killervtec View Post
    For???
    charging battery of car as well as UPS.
    http://www.pakwheels.com/forums/vehicles-bikes/201679-fs-dihatsu-coure

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    @sharo
    Any paticular shop or brand,
    What would be the estimate price?

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    You may end up buying a "Battery charger" for RS1000 which does not disconnect charging once battery is full. More then 6 hours of over charging will actually damage a battery dead. My advise will be to go for any UPS smallest KW you can acquire (i guess RS2500 for a 500W which typiclly have charging rating of 10A) and use it as charger. With out load connected at socket it just acts as charger! Also you may want to find out the varistor on this PORTABLE charger PCB,control board, in order to throttle the charging current to slow charging for smaller batteries. If this controlled charging is not a need then you can use your home UPS and just parallel a drained battery to be charged for 4-6 hours for charging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mag88 View Post
    You may end up buying a "Battery charger" for RS1000 which does not disconnect charging once battery is full. More then 6 hours of over charging will actually damage a battery dead. My advise will be to go for any UPS smallest KW you can acquire (i guess RS2500 for a 500W which typiclly have charging rating of 10A) and use it as charger. With out load connected at socket it just acts as charger! Also you may want to find out the varistor on this PORTABLE charger PCB,control board, in order to throttle the charging current to slow charging for smaller batteries. If this controlled charging is not a need then you can use your home UPS and just parallel a drained battery to be charged for 4-6 hours for charging.
    Excellent advice my friend.

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