The correct charging system means everything to the performance and service life of your battery system. The environment, duty cycle, and battery chemistry all play a crucial part in selecting the correct charging system.
SBS understands which charger designs and features will be optimal for your particular battery string and application.
AT10 and AT30 series chargers offer a combination of advanced technology microprocessor control and performance engineered modular construction which make them easy to set up, operate, and maintain.
Single phase units (AT10) are available from 12–130 Vdc and rated from 6 to 100 Amps. Three phase units (AT30) are available from 12–130 Vdc and rated from 25 to 1000 Amps.
The “EVO” Series battery charger is a SCR-based float battery charger for stationary/utility applications. Its next-generation design incorporates all the quality and reliability of the original AT charger series and offers a built-in health and diagnostics system.
Single Phase 24/48/130 Vdc, 6/12/20/25/50 Amp Float Chargers
The EC Series chargers are microprocessor controlled, easy to setup and easy to operate via a user-friendly LCD screen. These highly reliable chargers include many standard features including: filtering (battery eliminator), internal temperature compensation, local alarms with indication on the LCD screen, summary alarm via Form C relay, a summary alarm buzzer, a ground pad plus many more.
The single phase EC Series chargers are available from 24 to 130 Vdc and rated from 6 to 50 Amps. They are compatible with flooded lead-acid (FLA), valve-regulated lead-acid (VRLA) and nickel-cadmium (NiCd) battery systems.Learn More
260 Vdc, 16 - 300 Amps, Single-Phase Input and Three-Phase Input
The SCR Series industrial float battery charger is designed to regulate voltage and limit current through controlled solid-state integrated circuitry for maximum performance.
Automatically control charging rates for a wide variety of battery types with the SCR charger while simultaneously providing full-rated output for both continuous and intermittent DC loads.Learn More
If you have questions regarding which charger will best serve your application, please contact our Sales/Technical Support department.