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Old 09-12-2010, 09:22 AM   #1
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Default replacement 48v charger

I am looking for a new/reman or used working 48volt charger.
My ParCar has a delta-Q on board automatic charger now (not working).
I would like to know if anyone has a charger to sell or knows of a good place to buy one .It dosn't need to be an on board charger.48 volt out with 120 or 240 volt ac input.
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Old 09-12-2010, 10:53 AM   #2
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Default Re: replacement 48v charger

DeltaQ is one of the best chargers in the industry, I would send it for repair or call them, troubleshoot and fix it yourself.
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Old 09-12-2010, 12:21 PM   #3
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Default Re: replacement 48v charger

Hers the deal with the Delta Q.

The Factory will not deal direct with the public for their charger repair,they will refer you to the manufacturer of the cart. Now Par Car does have a delta Q exchange program, but here is the deal on that. I have a friend who is a Par car dealer and tried some of the so called - remanufacturered chargers...problem is they all broke in a short period of time. i called another Par Car dealer and they stated the same thing, and both shops no longer even try to use the repaired chargers.

Let me guess on flashes the bottom light on the charge scale, and/or it will only some times go to the top of the charge scale?

If this is so, then just get a new charger, Lester make a built in charger similar to the Delta Q design and you only have to drill one hole in the charge plate. Mounts in the same spot as the Delta Q. Ive done some of these now. Best part, the Lester is less expensive than the DQ by 100 bucks.
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Old 09-13-2010, 12:34 PM   #4
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Default Re: replacement 48v charger

ParCar (Columbia) no longer offers reconditioned chargers due to the rising costs of returning them to Canada for repair. There are used chargers available out there. Delta Q is preferred over Lester due to the programmable settings, and smart charging capability, vs straight dumping of power into a set of batteries.

Granted they are more expensive. I've not heard compaints regarding the Lester chargers, as they are a strong workhorse and perform like they are tasked to.
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