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Old 12-24-2011, 09:57 AM   #1
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Default Programming a Delta-Q QuiQ 912-4800 charger?

I am trying to fit a Delta-Q Quiq 912-4800 to a 48v DS with T-875s I believe by watching the lights it's on Algorithm 7 maybe 8. First does anyone know what those Algorithms programmed for? And second, is this something I can change or program?
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Old 12-24-2011, 03:39 PM   #2
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Default Re: Programming a Delta-Q QuiQ 912-4800 charger?

here is the manual. programming is on page 4. i found it easiest to use a momentary SPST switch with clip leads soldered on for programming. the other way to do it is with a computer & their programming dongle.
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Old 12-24-2011, 04:07 PM   #3
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here is the manual. programming is on page 4. i found it easiest to use a momentary SPST switch with clip leads soldered on for programming. the other way to do it is with a computer & their programming dongle.
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Old 12-24-2011, 04:10 PM   #4
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Default Re: Programming a Delta-Q QuiQ 912-4800 charger?

What's the best Algorithm for T-875s? I read on one post that it was Algorithm 3 if not using with the thermal sensor.

Next question... This is going to be wired directly to the batteries, so to disable the OBC, can't I just disconnect the gray Wire with the fuse that goes from the middle pin of the receptacle?
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Amazing how silent solid state is...
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#3 looks like its for flooded lead acid with delta temp/delta voltage detection. not sure what cp stands for. the delta voltage peak should terminate the charge properly. i would recommend calling delta-q just to be sure though...

heres some drawing for the obc bypass
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*woops - ignore the charge receptacle if you are mounting onboard
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heres how i mounted mine if you are looking for ideas...
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Old 12-24-2011, 11:23 PM   #10
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the wrong one! lol! i think its on 38 which, according to delta-q, is for t-1275s and is not re-programmable. seems to work fine though. it uses delta v/t for flooded cells so the charge curve should look the same, but i haven't tried logging a charge cycle yet to confirm. if it was programmed for agm or gel i would be concerned.

one thing i would highly suggest is to seal it up proper. tape a couple of silica packets on the inside and seal the end plates where they meet with the heatsink using a marine type sealant. i don't know why they didn't do this during manufacturing... they must have used up all of their silicon for staking the components to board. also, check the gaskets for complete coverage. they claim it is IP46 rated, but that doesn't make any sense. (sealed against particles >1mm but is hermetically sealed against water?? ) anywho, i have another DQ (912-4800) im trying to resurrect. its not the easiest design to troubleshoot w/o documentation. ie: don't let it break!
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