The CL331 battery charger is made for professional use indoors. The charging process is fully automatic and utilises a patented charging technology. The charging voltage is continually adjusted depending on the behaviour of the connected battery. Different parameters influences the charging process i.e. the battery temperature, the age of the battery, state of charge, manufacture etc. The intelligent charging technology, that allows charging of batteries with different voltages and capacities, makes it simple to manufacture new battery adapters that fit into the front connector.
Battery charger CL331
- Charges batteries with different nominal voltage and nominal capacity
- Rugged mechanical construction
230 V AC (196-253 VAC 120W
Dimensions: 150mm x 123mm x 217mm (WxHxL)
Weight: 3.6kg (ex. power cord)
Operating Temp: 0ºC to +40ºC
EMC: EN50081, EN50082
Battery connection cable
Download Datasheet PDF 424021
Natek is a proud partner in the EU Smart Housing project
in the Power Electronics for Green Energy Efficiency (Green PE) project.
New materials for advanced power electronics. Boosting efficiency in conversion, transmission and consumption of green energy.
Advanced power electronics (PE) is a key technology for developing next generation devices for efficient conversion, transmission, and consumption of energy from renewable sources. Green Power Electronics accelerates the market uptake of advanced PE for companies in the Baltic Sea Region.
- Demonstrates and markets the technical and economic opportunities of advanced power electronics to the Baltic Sea Region research and development ecosystem.
- Supports companies in developing their individual technology roadmap to take up advanced power electronics.
- Helps BSR companies to implement advanced power electronics into their R&D strategies and investment planning.
•17 research institutions, companies and technology transfer partners
•36 months (2016 - 2019)
•EUR 3.1 million budget, thereof EUR 2.4 million funding
•European Regional Development Fund
•Interreg Baltic Sea Region programme
•Led by University of Southern Denmark
For more information visit their official homepage.