Featuring a small compact design perfect for travel
Input voltage is switchable from 115 to 230 volts for worldwide use
Overheat and short circuit detection keeps wheelchair or scooter safe
Multiple LED indicator lights show charge status
Automatic shut-off when full charge is reached - helps prevent overcharging
3 pin XLR connector fits a variety of wheelchairs and scooters
Sold individually (each)
PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASE
This off-board portable battery charger is not the same as the on-board battery charger that is mounted to some Invacare power wheelchairs. While they look similar, the on-board models use modular plugs designed to connect into the power wheelchair wiring loom and control board and this one does not.
The XLR pin connector is standard on many electric wheelchairs and scooters from Invacare, Quickie, Pride, Merits, Pacesaver, plus many more. You can see a picture of the XLR connector above to verify that your wheelchair or scooter has this. Your wheelchair or scooter must use a 24V system (two batteries) and the batteries must be wet lead acid or gel cell lead acid 20 to 60 Amp Hour. Recommended for Group U1 and Group 22 batteries (Group 24 batteries can be charged but can take longer to get a full charge).
CTM 5 Amp Wheelchair / Scooter Battery Charger with XLR Connector Specifications
Output current is 5A
Charging voltage (DC) is 28.8 Volts
Float charging Voltage (DC) is 27.6 Volts
Input voltage is 115 Vac or 230 Vac 50/60Hz (manual switch is located on the side of the charger)
Charges Group U1 and Group 22 batteries 20 to 60 Amp Hour (Group 24 batteries can also be charge but can take longer to get a full charge)
Two LED multi-color lights to indicate power on and charge status
Overall length is 7 1/2"
Overall width is 3 7/8"
Overall height is 2 1 1/8"
Weight (with power cord) is 2 lbs 8 oz
CTM 5 Amp Wheelchair / Scooter Battery Charger with XLR Connector