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BATTERY CHARGER
Need a battery charger for a lansing linde foer 15.1 that I have aquired - Can anybody tell me the model no. or type i need.Thanks

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  • Posted 30 May 2007 07:58 AM
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Must post e mail johndoe at somewhere dot net or bot will kill it.Justin where are you? this ones yours
  • Posted 31 May 2007 12:04 PM
it would really depend on the battery you have installed

u have to match the charger to the amp hour capacity of the battery (assuming the battery is the correct one for the machine)
thats about it
im not sure if its the same in the uk but here there is stampings on the side of the batt that you can figure out its capacity

i say call your local battery dealer and have him match a charger for you

here is some info from the webpage gbbattery com/FAQ

*these are just examples and may not apply to the machine mentioned above

FORMULAS:

Charger Model# Breakdown: Example, Model GB100-3-18-750 = GB brand, 100% rated, 3 phase, 18 cell (36 volt), 750AH (Ampere Hour).

Battery Model# Breakdown: Example, Model 18-125-13 = 18 cells (x2 = 36 volt), 125AH per plate, 13 negative plates.

Calculating AH Capacity: Negative plates per cell – 1, / 2 x AH per plate = AH (Ampere Hour).

Example, 18-125-13: 13 – 1 = 12, / 2 = 6 x 125 = 750AH

Calculating KWH Capacity: AH x Volts (2v per cell) = WH (Watt Hour) / 1000 x.97 (efficiency factor) = KWH (Kilo Watt Hour)

Example, battery model 18-125-13, 36V / 750AH: 750 x 36 = 27,000 / 1000 = 27 x.97 = 26.19KWH.

(13 - 1 = 12 positive plates per cell)

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  • Posted 15 Jun 2007 02:17 PM
  • • Modified 15 Jun 2007 02:27 PM by poster
  • kevin_k
  • dumfriesshire, United Kingdom
foer 15.1 is 72 volt system.most 15.1,s i have seen have 100amp 12 hour charger

fix it right first time
  • Posted 16 Jun 2007 05:07 AM
Thanks - Ive just recieved the truck the other day - It is 72 volt ,Which is the cheapest way I can get my hands on a charger ?
  • Posted 16 Jun 2007 05:31 AM
  • kevin_k
  • dumfriesshire, United Kingdom
ebay is the way.or a secondhand truck dealer. manufacturers cost a fortune and only supply new gear.just make sure that the plugs match up

fix it right first time
  • Posted 16 Jun 2007 06:53 PM
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