Multi chemistry portable platform charger
The ML50 battery charger is designed for demanding military use and to be carried by the soldier. The charger is used in open air applications during all type of weather conditions. The charger can be powered from a wide range of DC sources like vehicle systems and solar panels. The charger is very easy to operate, it has no switches nor is other adjustments necessary. The charging process is fully automatic. The charger can also act as a DC power source (PSU). The charger can charge SMBus batteries. None smart batteries (without integrated SMBus) as Li-ion / Li-poly / NiMH / NiCd etc can be charged without any further reprogramming by using special charging cables.
Battery charger ML50
- Multi battery chemistry Li-ion, Li-poly, NiCd, NiMH
- High reliability
- High efficiency
- Smart charger, SMBus level 3
- Can act as battery charger or power supply (PSU)
- Rugged green aluminium housing, casting
- Immersion Proof to 1m IP68/1m (no cooling fans or vent slots)
Charge voltage: 3-33.6V, PSU: 3-33.6V
6 ADC, Max 100W
Li-ion, Li-poly: 3.6-28.8V
NiCd, NiMH: 2.4-24V
Dimensions: 80mm x 34mm x 143mm (WxHxL),
L = Without connectors
Weight: 555g (ex Adapter & power cords)
Operating Temp: -40ºC to +55ºC
Storage Temp: -55ºC to +70ºC
For more information about the technical specification please contact NATEK.
Power cord DC
Charging cable or adapter
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.