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Cycle Satiator - Programmable Electric Bike Battery Charger - 24, 36, 48, 52 V
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- Programmable Battery Charger: Charge ANY battery from 24-63VDC
- Compatible with all 24V, 36V, 48V, and 52V Nominal Electric Bike Batteries
- Ultra Fast Charger: up to 8 Amps available
- Rugged, Waterproof, and Compact, with 3 Year Warranty
- Standard charge output cable is 3 Pin XLR. Adapters Available for Anderson, XT60, DC Jack etc.
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Grin Technologies' universal charger for 24V, 36V and 48/52V electric bike and scooter batteries. Programmable output charges at up to 8 amps or 360 watts for super fast charging, and adjustable output voltage can be tuned for partial charging and maximum cycle life with lithium packs. Supports all Lithium, Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4), Lead Acid, and NiMH / NiCad chemistries.
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It's very very annoying issue manufacturers could resolve easily adding diode on the exit terminal of the output or in DC cable itself...
you about to go for a ride and your battery is back to zero, requires you to wait again another 3-4 hours until it's charged.
DC output plastic connector got broken. Retaining ring got snapped off. I usually do not move the charger but I tried to re-dress cables and might pulled by the cable. Of course as expected with plastic it snapped broken free releasing DC charging cord.
I used instant glue to put retaining ring back to the connector.
As a precaution I will not use 'locking' feature with this fragile plastic connector anymore. It's better for cable to get disconnected itself then brake plastic connector lock nut of this very expensive charger.
PS: Cycle Satiator should use better quality and stronger connectors for DC output if they want it to serve more than 6 month...
This 48v version uses the same software and accessories as the other Satiator models, with a higher charge current, up to 8A, compared to 5A for the 72v Satiator.
In addition, you would be hard pressed to find a more responsive company to the techie looking to really get the most out of your batteries whether they are for your drone, your electric bicycle, or some exotic electric vehicle. At least for batteries up to a kw-hour or so (48v at 20ah)
+ comes with many preset profiles for different battery chemistries sizes and voltages
+ many adapters are available for under $20 each, including one to a generic 15A PowerPole connector pair
+ excellent support from the info line at Grin Technologies, especially if you are more technically inclined
+ despite a tiny screen and small buttons, you can get an amazing amount of information on your charging cycle from the display!
+ PC interface allows setting custom profiles and managing 5 active profiles among a bakers dozen of other profiles in memory
+ the manual includes a great deal of supplemental information on how to setup the Satiator with different battery chemistries: Lithium, Lead Acid/Gel Cell, and NiMH/NiCd
+ we could not find ANY other supported 48v multi-chemistry, programmable chargers for less than $500!
+ a web simulator is maintained on the Grin Technologies web site where you can create custom battery profiles, then download them to the charger
- one of the only downsides is that effective use of this charger requires actually reading the manual and spending time understanding the device!
- the screen is tiny, the two control buttons small, still see above
- the PC interface doesn't allow one to interface directly to capture stats after a battery test
My experiences with Grin Technologies have been exceptional, even as both of the Satiator's we acquired were from that Amazon competitor that rhymes with "D day".