Battery Chargers


Phase Three Series Battery Chargers

Input: 115 or 115/230 VAC
Output: 12, 24, or 32 VDC, 7 – 95 Amps

Phase Three “Smart” battery charging technology is now available in a wide range of power levels, allowing you to select the right size, features and flexibility you require for virtually any application from providing quick recharge of auxiliary batteries in vehicles parked in the station house, to powering continous loads and maintaining peak charge in large battery systems in remote communication sites as well as industrial generator and marine applications. These chargers interact with batteries to put them through the optimum three stage charge process which provides for fastest recovery and ideal conditioning, maximizing battery performance and extending battery life.

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PTM Series Battery Chargers

Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 24 VDC, 67 Amps

With the expansion of communication networks to remote sites and mobile applications where 12 and 24 volt redundant power is essential for high reliability, there is increasing demand for DC power systems in wall mount configuration. The Phase Three Modular (PTM) system was specifically designed for this purpose and provides rack mount power redundancy features in a wall mount unit and gives installers a convenient and professional solution for this growing area of network power.

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ABC Series Battery Chargers

Input: 115/230 VAC
Output: 12 VDC, 6 Amps

The ABC Series chargers have been in the Newmar line for 30 years. They utilize time tested SCR charging circuitry, individually sensing and regulating each of 2 isolated battery banks, allowing the user to leave the charger operating indefinitely, even under no-load conditions without fear of overcharging. These chargers are ideal for vehicles which have an intermittent demand for battery power.

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