High-frequency modular battery chargers

NexSys+ high-frequency modular battery chargers are suited for automated guided vehicle applications that require communication with operation systems.

09/27/2016


NexSys+ high-frequency modular battery chargers are suited for automated guided vehicle applications that require communication with operation systems. Courtesy: EnerSysEnerSys' NexSys+ high-frequency modular battery chargers are suitable for automated guided vehicle applications that require communication with operation systems. They offer multiple communication platforms and intelligent charging. Charger modules are automatically switched on and off based on the charge cycle requirements. If a module develops a minor fault, the charger bypasses the module for continuation of the charging process without interruption. NexSys+ single-phase and 3-phase battery chargers are all equipped with a 4.3 in multi-color dashboard screen and a programmable menu.

EnerSys

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