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Electric Vehicle Charger for Lithium Ion from Green Watt
Lithium ion vehicle battery charger.
Concord, CA — Green Watt Power, a division of Calex Mfg. Co., Inc., has introduced the EVC-116-1300, a 1300-Watt constant current and constant voltage two stage charger specifically designed to charge Lithium Ion battery systems in Electric Vehicles such as scooters, motorcycles, carts, etc. The low profile design of the EVC-116-1300 allows easy mechanical integration into a variety of form factors. If needed, the company can modify the unit as needed to meet specific requirements.
The standard overall dimensions of the EVC-116-1300 is 9.76 x 14.76 x 1.73-in. (248 x 375 x 44mm) with a weight of 7.6kg (16.7-lb.). The package is designed for high power density and thermal efficiency. The EVC-116-1300 has universal input range of 90 to 264VAC, is able to handle a wide range of standard worldwide wall power input voltages and frequencies. The input frequency is 47 to 63Hz. Efficiencies are up to mid-90s depending on the input voltage. The Power Factor Correction is 0.99 at 110VAC
and 0.96 at 220VAC
noise and ripple is 10 percent of I
max. The Turn-on Delay at full load is 3s max. Each unit has shor5-circuit protection with auto recovery, plus over voltage protection and over temperature protection.
CAN bus communication is a standard feature for unit status and control. The operating temperature range of the unit is -23 to +50°C. The storage range is -40 to +85°C. The unit is rated for IP65 for the enclosure. The EVC is designed to meet UL/CSA, TUV and EN55002 Class A.
Contact: Calex, 2401 Stanwell Drive, Concord, CA 94520
800-542-3355 or 925-687-4411 fax: 925-687-3333 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web:
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