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5A 67.2V Power Charger Adapter For 60V Li-ion Lithium Battery Electric Bike / Scooter

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67.2V 5A Charger for Electric Bicycles or Scooters with 60V lithium battery and T plug.

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  • Input voltage: AC 100-240V ~ 50 / 60Hz,
  • Output voltage: DC 67.2V
  • Output Current: 5A
  • Suitable for 60V Lithium batteries 16S (lithium-ion, lithium polymer batteries)
  • DC Tip: T
  • DC Cable Length: +/- 1 meter
  • Weight: 680g

LED Info:

  • When the charger to the mains when the light is green,
  • When the battery pack when the light is red
  • When the battery pack is fully self to turn green

Use and maintenance of the charger:

  1. When charging, first connector to the battery, then connect to AC; after full, cut off AC, then pull the battery plug. If you pull the battery plug first while charging, especially when the charging current is large (red light), it is very easy to damage the charger.
  2. When the LED light turns green, please continue charging for 2-3 hours.
  3. Please do not run out of battery power, then charger. Otherwise the battery cannot be protected or even damaged.
  4. long-term shallow discharge battery, about 3 months, for a deep discharge, is the so-called re-lighting, which is conducive to the activation of long-term immobile material in the deep part of the battery. Luminous means that riding the controller battery undervoltage protection action.
  5. Please use the charger in a dry place in time.
  6. When you do not use the charger, do not always connect the power supply.
  7. Please confirm your battery, Because it is used to charge the lithium battery. Do not use the charger on the LiFepo4 battery, otherwise the charger will be got incredibly hot.

Package included:

  • 1x 60V 5A Battery Charger
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