TP-BC24-300

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24V 300W Battery Charger

Spec Sheet
User Guide

$329.95

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Features
• 210W Total Power
• Regulated 24VDCOutput Voltage
• Seamless Switchover From AC to Battery Power when AC Power Fails.
• Load Control to Prevent Battery Overdischarge. Automatic Recovery.
• Smart Charge program for GEL/AGM or WET type batteries
• Wide temperature operation

Applications
• Wireless Base Stations, Cellular Base Stations
• Surveillance Systems
• Battery Backup Systems

The TP-BC series of smart battery chargers provide up to 210W of total power. Part of the power is allocated to the regulated load output and remaining power is allocated to battery charging.

The load output is regulated. Also the load output will turn off when the battery voltage is low to prevent over discharge of the batteries which can shorten the useable life of the batteries. Load output will turn back on automatically when batteries have sufficient charge. The charger auto-recovers from a power failure so no user action is necessary.

The charger has various protections for short circuit, overvoltage protection, overcurrent and reverse battery. It operates over a wide temperature range making it suitable for industrial applications.

The battery charger will not work without a battery connected.

A solar panel and solar charge controller can be added to the system if supplemental power from solar is desired. A Wind Turbine can be added if wind power is available.

There are various LEDS on the front panel to see status-at-a-glance of the Load Output, Charging Condition and AC Power Condition.

LED Indicators
LOAD (Load Power is Turned On = Green)
PWR (AC Power On = Yellow)
BATT (Battery is Connected = Green)
CHD (Battery is Fully Charged = Green)
CHG (Battery is Charging = Yellow)
WET / GEL – Switch is positioned to WET (Green) or GEL (Yellow)

Weight 6.45 lbs
Dimensions 14 × 11 × 4 in

1 review for TP-BC24-300

  1. Denny

    This is exactly the product I have been looking for! It would be nice if it would notify when on backup power to give time to respond. Question: My Netonix switch is running directly on the battery because it can report and respond to voltage drops. I am concerned that the 2A draw is fooling the BC24 into keeping charge voltage in absorption, it is at 28.4 volts. Tycon’s Response: If there is something connected directly to the battery it could fool the charger into thinking the battery is not fully charged. All main loads really should be connected to the charger load output. We have a TPDIN-Monitor-WEB2 product that can notify you when on backup power.

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