14.6V 12V 10A Lifepo4 Iron Phosphate Battery Charger

SKU: PWR-041

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14.6V 12V 10A Lifepo4 Iron Phosphate Battery Charger

Are you a hobbyist looking for reliable, safe power storage? Look no further than the 14.6V 10A Lifepo4 Iron Phosphate Battery Charger! This charger is specifically designed for 12V 4S LiFePO4 battery packs, delivering optimal charging for your needs.

A battery charger, recharger, or simply charger, is a device that stores energy in a battery by running an electric current through it. The charging protocol depends on the size and type of the battery being charged.

Lithium chargers are based on a CV/CC (constant voltage/constant current) charge algorithm. The charger limits the amount of current to a pre-set level until the battery reaches a pre-set voltage level. The current then reduces as the battery becomes fully charged. This system allows fast charging without the risk of over-charging and is suitable for Lithium Iron, Lifepo4, and other battery types.

14.6V 12V 10A Lifepo4 Iron Phosphate Battery Charger Specification

  • Type: Lifepo4 Battery Charger
  • Model: 14.6V 10A
  • input: (10A) AC110~220V, 50/60Hz
  • Output: DC 14.6V 10A
  • Maximum output voltage: 14.6V+/-0.2V
  • Charging efficiency: ≥93% (full load)
  • DC output power: 146W
  • Connector: 3.5mm DC jack
  • Color: Black
  • Size: 154*70*46mm
  • Apply to:12V 4S Lifepo4 battery pack
  • Charge indicator: Charging the red light is full of green light
  • Security protection: OVP/OCP/ Overload protection/ Short-circuit protection

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Colin P.

Hi thank you delivery was speedy.I have used the 14.6 on a 7.2Ah lead and my 100Ah Lithium battery and both charged great switching off at 14.5 volt

Gavin B.

14.6V 12V 10A Lifepo4 Iron Phosphate Battery Charger

Marius d.P.
No more charging hassles

I bought this charger to charge my 12 Volt, 7 Ah Lion battery to keep my fibre router going during load shedding.
The standard 1 Amp charger was not enough to recharge the battery once flat and keep the router on after a 2 hour load shedding.
This charger takes about 1 hour to recharge and the battery lasts > 6 hours.
One concern is the open circuit Voltage which I measured at 14.9 Volt, it seems a bit high, I am not sure if this might damage the battery in the long run.
Other than that, very happy, my problem is solved.

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