Charges all brands of modern Lithium (LiFePO4) motorcycle and car batteries that have a built in BMS (Battery Managment System)
Ultrabatt batteries have a long service life (more than 5 years) and a very low self-discharge (about 3% every month), the batteries will will hold their charge for many months. However if you need to charge your battery in your garage then the Ultracharger is the best way to do it.
Key to achieving a very long lifespan from your lithium battery is too ensure that you do not overcharge your battery and to ensure that each cell is evenly charged every time it is charged.
Because Ultrabatt batteries have an inbuilt microchip BMS (Battery Management System) the easiest way to charge your battery is to take your bike for a run. (If you are charging another brand of Lithium battery that does not have an inbuilt Battery Management System it would be best to use a special alternative charger with an external Battery Management System to ensure you get an even charge into each cell.)
FBG1200 Charger Specifications.
Out put voltage and & current limiting protection
Charge limiting protection.
Over voltatge protection.
Output short circuit protection.
The Ultracharger FBG1200 is fitted with the following conectors:
- One set of alligator copper clips.
- NZ power plug.
Input Voltage 100-240V, 50/60Hz
Battery nominal voltage 12V (13.2V)
Max. charge current 1.2A
Charge end voltage 14.5V
Red/Green LED indicator showing charging status
We recommend that you use your bikes normal onboard charging system or the FBG1200 or UB3000 Ultracharger to charge Ultrabatt batteries.
To store off-season, measure your battery's voltage and make sure it is fully charged, 13.2 volts or greater: recharge if necessary. Disconnect the negative battery cable to prevent any applied electrical load during storage. Or store the battery separately from the motorcycle.
We recommend that you store the battery between at a temperature 5 and 20 degrees Celsius. Storage temperature range is -50 to +60 degrees Celsius.