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LITHIUM-COMPATIBLE INTELLI-CHARGERS
Projecta's IC battery chargers can charge lithium batteries.

 

Projecta’s Intelli-Charge (IC) range is now more versatile than ever, following the inclusion of a new lithium-specific charging algorithm, in addition to wet, AGM, gel and calcium battery profiles.

 

This flexibility means that owners now only require a single battery charger, no matter what type of automotive batteries they have. It also allows users to update to lithium, without the extra expense of purchasing a lithium-specific charger. 

It is possible to use a lead-acid charger with a lithium battery, the process is not great for the battery life cycle, while charging also needs to be closely monitored for safety.

The latest Projecta IC range provides a high-quality charge that prolongs battery life; achieved through either a five-stage (lithium only) or seven-stage charging profile, which is automatically selected.

There are 11 models available within the upgraded IC line-up, ranging from units that are suitable for charging the smaller batteries found in motorcycles, personal watercraft and ride-one mowers, through to the large batteries used by heavy commercial vehicles and buses. 

The chargers also have adjustable output, so the most powerful units can charge smaller batteries.

The IC range also offers a power supply mode, where the chargers (except for the IC100L) provide a constant voltage of 13.8V DC – s best used where appliances like fridges are draining power from the battery, or for replacing a vehicle battery without resetting the ECU. 

In the larger IC models (25A and higher), the chargers (except for the IC25W) come with a remote control that can be flush or surface mounted. The remote has a control panel and LCD screen, with the same functions as on the chargers themselves.      

Projecta’s upgraded IC range has a revised three-year replacement warranty, with minimal terms and conditions. www.projecta.com.au 

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