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Unread 03-31-2019, 08:01 AM   #1
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I'm needing a 36/48 volt charger that will charge up dead batteries. Are a 12,24,36,48 charger that will charge up dead batteries. I want one to use at the beach so when people need a charge I can help them out.
I found this one but I can't findout if it will charge dead batteries are not.
Most auto chargers want.
Anybody know anything on it?




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Unread 04-01-2019, 01:29 AM   #2
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Don't you have a old stock charger laying around that you can bypass the internal switch on Andy?
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Unread 04-05-2019, 07:28 AM   #3
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Don't you have a old stock charger laying around that you can bypass the internal switch on Andy?
Yes I have several older 36 volt chargers that will work but it's not what he wants.
This is for a friend at the beach who leaves his cart sitting all the time with dead batteries. I've told him several times to make sure he charges it before he leaves but he just doesn't understand. He wants a charger that will do both voltages also.

I told him I had a old one but he wants a Multi charger for when someone in the park cart is dead.
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Unread 04-05-2019, 09:55 AM   #4
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One of my carts dropped below the chargers minimum charge preventing the charger from charging.

I used my car charger(12v) to individually charge each battery. Once they have enough charge I reconnected them to the cart and used the 48v cart charger.

Do your batteries die often? Do you manage a fleet?

If it is happening often check you wiring and your batteries. For me, I had to add distilled water to the batteries. (now I check my carts more often)
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I just read the 2nd post carefully this time. He needs a built-in solar trickle charger if one exists.
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The summit II is a really nice charger that will provide lots of statistics and monitoring on the spot using the their app on a mobile phone.

The Summit II requires a minimum of 10v to start a pre-conditioning charge.
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Unread 04-05-2019, 10:19 AM   #7
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You should educate your friend on battery maintenance a bit while you are at it. Leaving his batteries in a state of discharge for any length of time will significantly reduce their lifespan. He should put it on charge after every use to keep the pack as close to 100% state of charge. Leaving the battery pack at a lower state of charge causes sulfation on the plates, which reduces the amp hours with every little bit.
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The summit II is a really nice charger that will provide lots of statistics and monitoring on the spot using the their app on a mobile phone.

The Summit II requires a minimum of 10v to start a pre-conditioning charge.
Thank you this is what I was looking for. Info on the charger.

Guy's I have told him til I'm blue in the face about batteries. He just doesn't care enough to worry about it. He just wants a charger to use when they are dead. I will get him his charger and will get him going. The local cart shop charges him $40.00 each time he comes down here to get his battery charger to kick on.
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Hi Andy
We sell that charger. He can get a SB50 cord and a handful of our cart adapters so he can charge Marathon, TXT, RXV, DS, Precedent, or Yamaha.
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We sell that charger. He can get a SB50 cord and a handful of our cart adapters so he can charge Marathon, TXT, RXV, DS, Precedent, or Yamaha.
That's what I had plan on doing, he has ezgo but most others here have club car so he will need both.
He had asked me about the stanely charger also.

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