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GSE battery charger Altus II

GSE battery charger
GSE battery charger
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The new dual-port fast charger, built using state-of-the-art silicon carbide (SiC) technology, provides the ground support and aviation industries a solution to charge multiple electric ground support equipment (eGSE) simultaneously, with a faster charge, in a smaller footprint, while also wirelessly sharing crucial charging data to Minit Charger’s cloud-based business intelligence platform, AssetPro 360. Multi-Voltage and Multi-Amp Hour Compatible. Charges 24V to 96V. Dual Independent Charge Ports. Charges two batteries simultaneously with no single point of failure. Minit Charger Patented Charge Algorithm. Provides the fastest charge possible for each battery. Automatic Equalization. Protects your batteries from premature cell failure. Temperature Compensation. Charge and maintain your battery accurately despite varying temperature conditions. Rugged Outdoor Rated Enclosure. Operates reliably in all climates. Graphic Touch Screen Color LCD Screen. View charge status from across the ramp in broad daylight. Compatible with Every Battery. Flooded and Sealed Lead Acid, Lithium Iron Phosphate & Lithium-Ion Batteries Optional Wireless Battery Management System. For precise, real-time data collection of your battery performance and needs. Optional Badge Reader. to control operator access. Multiple Language Support. Increase Battery Life Altus adjusts its charge process to the unique characteristics of each battery, ensuring the safest charge for every battery in your fleet. Increase Vehicle Uptime Provide the maximum power output to multiple GSE at once for quicker charging.

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