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Delta-Q Technologies introduces new lithium-specific battery charger at ProMAT 2017
Canadian manufacturer Delta-Q Technologies has announced the release of its first lithium-specific battery charger, said to provide superior reliability and charge quality for electric vehicles while meeting touch-safe charging standards in Europe.
The ICL1200 will be launched from Monday at ProMAT 2017 in Chicago, USA.
The new ICL1200 is a 1200 Watt charger, designed to optimally charge lithium battery systems with any lithium-ion chemistry (e.g. LCO, NCA, NMC, LMO, LFP, LTO, etc). Delta-Q's new lithium charger is suitable for use on any electric machine including floorcare machines, automated guided vehicles (AGV), low speed electric vehicles, boom lifts, scooters and sports and utility vehicles.
"Our products are designed to meet the evolving needs of our customers while providing reliability and long-term performance," says Trent Punnett, Delta-Q's vice president of sales, marketing & product management. "The new ICL1200 is a perfect complement to our OEM customers as they incorporate lithium technologies into their products
The ICL1200 uses Controller Area Network communications and carries a comprehensive set of global regulatory approvals, including touch-safe requirements for the European electric vehicle market.
Featuring a wide AC input range, the charger can operate on any single-phase electrical grid around the world. With a fully customisable, field replaceable cable design, and the ability to act as both an on or off board chargers, the new ICL provides original equipment manufacturers with flexibility in design and deployment
The ICL1200 is highly reliable and has provides an IP66 rating to protect against dirt and fluids, while its mechanical design and component selection resists vibration, shock and temperature extremes.
Delta-Q, which is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada with a local presence in the US, Europe and Asia, is now accepting sample requests for the ICL1200.
30th March 2017