AC/DC battery chargers: types, operation, and configuration
An AC/DC battery charger adaptor is a power supply that converts and transfers current, frequency, and voltage to another device, using the input power of the mains supply.
AC/DC adaptors, also called plug-in power supplies or AC/DCconverters, can recharge electrical devices equipped with lead-acid and lithium batteries, or that have no other power source. Unlike an integrated power supply, the connection is made outside the component.
Specifically, AC/DC adapters consist of an alternating current powered unit that converts power to direct current to power the device: each battery charger has its own power rating and specific connector, so it cannot be used universally.
Digimax adapters for SLA/VRLA/GEL/AGM, Li-ion, and LiFePO lead-acid batteries
The large stock of AC/DC adapters includes devices for battery packs from 600 to 1000 W, high efficiency, and low power consumption, with specific systems for adjustable charging curves. We also offer modern charging power supplies for lead-acid batteries, Li-ion, and LiFEPO 2 chargers for lithium, iron-ion, and phosphate batteries, equipped with an MCU microprocessor to manage 4 charging stages.
Check out our catalog of Digimax AC/DC charger adapters and, to find the AC/DC power supply that best suits the requirements and connectors of your devices, contact us for a consultation.