Renogy 40A DC to DC Battery Charger for Flooded, Gel, AGM, and Lithium Batteries Using Multi-stage Charging

August 1, 2019 - Comment
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Description
This 40A DC to DC Charger is designed to charge secondary batteries while driving using the primary battery connected to the alternator. It is able to charge: Flooded, Gel, AGM, and Lithium batteries using multi-stage charging.

Specifications
Nominal Voltage:12V
Rated Charge Current:40A
Output:500W
Idle Power Consumption:

Product Features

  • Multi-Chemistry Battery Types ( Flooded, Gel, AGM, and Lithium ); 3-phase Charging (Bulk, Boost, and Float)
  • Smart Protection Features ( Battery Isolation, Over-voltage safety, Overheat protection, and Reverse polarity protection)
  • Built tough for all conditions; Able to charge an auxiliary battery to 100% state of charge
  • Increases run time of loads, such as fridges and lights; Overcomes voltage drop caused by long cable runs; Prolongs Battery Life
  • Warranty: accessories1-year material warranty

Comments

Anonymous says:

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Anonymous says:

Auxilary Battery Always Ready This is an excellent product at a competitive price. I plan to put one in every car that I own. Great features in a nice package. A well engineered product.

Anonymous says:

Solid Charger, and consistent 40A Output As long as the input is sufficient, you will get a solid 40A output. I still plan to buy an alternator protector from Sterling. Nothing to do with the Renogy, but if the battery BMS shuts down for some reason (which can happen), it will protect your alternator from the spike it receives up the line. Again, nothing to do with this particular DC to DC (I recommend this on all DC to DC applications), it’s just an added tip. As far as the charger, seems to be a good little unit.

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