Converters are designed to charge batteries from a car engine generator. Typically the rated input and output voltage is 12V.
A converter charges a battery about 5-10 times faster than a generator. A converter quickly recovers an extra battery over short distances and recharges it 100% overextended driving. At a parking lot, you will not have to worry about the condition of batteries and disconnect electricity consumers.
Charging converters often eliminate the disadvantages of a traditional charging system by compensating for long cable losses and alternator voltage fluctuations. The compact converter is in no way inferior to the wall charger of the same power. Galvanic isolation of input and output protects against voltage breakdown, unwanted reverse discharges of the battery, and suppresses interference in the supply network.
And smart microprocessor devices control robust power electronics to ensure optimal battery charging and safe electrical system operation.
Converters also reduce the charging voltage if a battery temperature rises above normal. A voltage sensor allows devices to compensate for electrical losses in cables.
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