ACT Level 1 Opportunity Charger Powered using HF MOSFET technology High efficiency and power factor lowers electrical costs by more efficiently AC energy to DC Power. Qualifies for electrical utility rebates. Industrial Battery Charger Installation and Operation Manual.
2 INDEX 7 1. 6 Grounding the Charger 7 1. 7 Battery Connector and Charger Cable 7 1. 8 Charging Rate Adjustment 8 2. 0 Operation 8 2. 1 Control 13 2. 2 Control 18 3. 0 Optional Features Automatic start when battery is connected or manual start (if ACTview is the industrys first cloud application for remote management of forklift battery and charging equipment, bridging the gap in the material handling equipment handling industry as the first twoway communication platform for battery and charger assets to fully operate as smart industrial appliances.
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Page 13 Programming To enter programming mode, press and hold the EDIT button and while holding it, press the INFO button. INDUSTRIAL BATTERY CHARGER OWNER'S MANUAL INDUSTRIAL BATTERY CHARGER. TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE GENERAL INFORMATION Safety 1 Receipt& Installation 1 General Operating Instructions 3 act.
RECEIPT AND INSTALLATION Equipment Identification Chargers are identified with a model number, which INDUSTRIAL BATTERY CHARGER USERS MANUAL Important Safety, Installation, Operation, and Before using battery charger, read all instructions and cautionary markings on battery charger, battery, and product Act industrial battery charger manual battery.
LOOK FOR THIS SYMBOL TO POINT OUT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. A battery charger is an electricalelectronic device that converts the incoming AC line voltage into a regulated DC voltage to meet the charging needs of the respective battery (see Fig.
1). Although todays industrial battery charging market is dominated by ferroresonant and SCR