LCD-1205100 Layover Battery Charger for Locomotive Applications

The Dina LCD-1205100 Locomotive Layover Battery Charger is designed for locomotive applications and rigidity.

Our Battery Charger can be easily adapted to any Commuter Locomotive, replacing and upgrading the existing unit. Instead of running the engine to keep the batteries charged, this link to track power will keep batteries and auxiliary system at full capacity. This Layover Battery Charger is a direct replacement for the KBC Battery Charger product line for Locomotive and Heavy Equipment applications.

Locomotive Layover Battery Charger

Locomotive Layover Battery Charger

Features Include:

  • Input Voltage…….480V or 575V 3-Phase
  • Maximum Current……50 Amps
  • Maximum Voltage……75 Volts
  • Voltage Ripple……≤ 5%
  • Current Ripple……≤ 5%
  • Operational Ambient Temp……-25C to +85C
  • Storage Temperature……-30C to +100C
  • Loss of Phase Detection

Operational Modes:

  • Constant Current Until Target Voltage is Reached
  • Constant Voltage When Target Voltage is Reached

LED User Display Readouts:

  • Firmware Level
  • Output Current
  • Output
  • Voltage
  • Core
  • Temp
  • Operation Mode

Dina Consulting & Design

Dina Consulting & Design provides specialized solutions for the railroad industry through New Product Design, Locomotive Consulting, and an extensive Parts & Service department. With a constant focus on our customers, DC&D is striving for innovation in our industry, while continually embracing the integrity of our past.

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