Lithium Battery Chargers and Accessories
We offer several battery chargers and accessories recommended for use with our batteries. These chargers come with a specific algorithm that is designed to charge CHARGEX® Lithium Batteries.
Most Reliable Chargers on the Market
Safest Chargers Ever Manufactured
Over 1,000,000 Battery Chargers Sold
Easy to Install and Use – “Just Plug It In and Forget It”
Programmed to Charge CHARGEX® Lithium Ion Batteries
The Chargers of Choice for Major Manufacturers
marine grade Lithium Ion Battery chargers
12V Lithium Ion Battery chargers
24V Lithium Ion Battery chargers
36V Lithium Ion Battery chargers
48V Lithium Ion Battery chargers
Inverters for lithium ion batteries
12V or 24V 2800 Watt Lithium Powered Inverter / built in 125A Charger
24V or 48V 4000 Watt Lithium Powered Inverter / built 105A Charger
Outback 12V 2000W Lithium Powered Inverter / built in 100A Charger
Outback 24V 2500W Lithium Powered Inverter / Built in 55A Charger
48V 3600 Watt Lithium Powered Inverter / built in 45A Charger
12V 2000 Watt Lithium Powered Inverter / built in 100A Charger
12V 3000W Lithium Powered Inverter / built in 150A Charger
12V 1000W Lithium Powered Inverter / built in 50A Charger
Solar controllers for lithium ion batteries
DC to DC chargers for lithium ion batteries
accessories for lithium ion batteries
Multi Stage Battery Chargers
There are many different types of chargers and even more algorithms that charger manufacturers update with advancements in battery technology. Charger manufacturers create algorithms that determine what current and voltage output the charger delivers to a battery. Lead acid, gel, and AGM batteries are inefficient and build up heat during charging which can cause the battery to swell, leak acid, and damage the plates. The algorithms are designed to minimize these effects.
There are typically 3 stages to charging a lead acid, gel, or AGM battery - bulk, absorb, and float:
1. The Bulk Stage: at this stage, the charger will typically deliver a steady amount of current at its highest rate to get the battery filled quickly. Many times during charging, the charger may slow down the bulk amperage to prevent damage due to heat build up. Lithium ion batteries do not heat up during charging or discharging so they can absorb all of the energy more quickly from your charger.
2. The Absorb Stage: at the absorb stage, the charger will begin to slow down the amperage as the battery charger is reaching the voltage to which it is set to charge the battery.
3. The Float Stage: this stage is where the voltage to which a battery would normally float down and sit at while fully charged - the charger holds the voltage at this stage by delivering a small amount of current.
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