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Saft power charger model SMC36C, A-h Adjustment.

hi, All. saft power model: SMC36C-181116BG-01
have a charger wich is throwing a code FFF, Accordin to manual it means a protection from overvoltage / overcurrent. Input voltage arrangment and Supply are good. What i found, is that battery beeing charged is 1000 A-h an charger is 750 A-h Rated. manual says that control card can be adjusted from 65% to 200% of the namplate. card have 3 multilpe deep swithes, sw6, sw7 and sw8
(each one have 8 microswitches). I belive one of these can be to used to do this. (card p/n : 4111-6612414-45)
Do someone can help me for the table for adjustment?
Any advice ?. Thanks in advance
  • Posted 14 Mar 2012 05:53
  • Modified 14 Mar 2012 05:55 by poster
  • Discussion started by roldann
  • nuevo leon, Mexico
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I realize that this is long past being helpful, but maybe it'll be helpful to someone else. Due to just having one in our shop, the Saft Power Systems chargers as well as the V Force chargers are made by GNB. The one that we had in particular matched up with the SCR FLX series chargers.

As for the question asked, that's not a good code to see. It means:

Fatal failure of the charger (Overvoltage or Overcurrent protection or multifunction of Start Stop signal).
  • Posted 22 Jan 2022 06:06
  • Reply by ForkliftAmerica
  • Missouri, United States

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