A charging converter with 10 ampere charging power that converts 12 volt input voltage into 24 volt so that you never arrive at your travel destination with empty batteries or you can connect devices to your 12 V system voltage that are operated with 24 volts!
This is ensured by the Dometic PerfectPower DCC 1224, in which your supply batteries are optimally charged while driving or their charge level is maintained.
At the same time, the charging converter delivers sufficient power even over short distances and completely charges batteries on longer trips without the risk of overloading. This will ensure that sulphation is prevented, which is usually the cause of lead acid battery premature failure and extend the life of your batteries significantly.
Even with modern vehicles in the EURO 6 class with intelligent alternator, this DC charging converter works reliably and generates a stable output voltage. With the constant power supply even sensitive devices can be used.
|Transformation:||12 V → 24 V|
|Nominal input voltage:||12 V|
|Input voltage range||8 V - 16 V|
|Charging current:||10 A|
|Charging voltage:||26.4 V - 29.4 V|
|Residual ripple of output voltage at rated current:||<50 mVeff|
|Efficiency up to:||90 %|
|Idle power consumption:||<0.4 A|
|Ambient temperature for operation:||-20 ˚C to +50 ˚C|
|Ambient humidity:||≤95 %, non-condensing|
|Device dimension:||153 x 73 x 180 mm (Width x Depth x Hight)|
|Weight ca.:||1.3 kg (2.8 lbs)|
|Input:||High voltage, low voltage, reverse polarity protection (internal fuse)|
|Low voltage shutdown:||8 V|
|Low voltage restart:||10 V|
|High voltage shutdown:||16 V|
|High voltage restart:||15.5 V|
|Short circuit protection:||YES, Ipk|
In the delivery are included
- the DCC 1224-10, and
- a multi-lingual installation and operating manual
Other accessory like mounting material, a battery sensor or something else are not part of the delivery!
The charging converter charges batteries while driving, which are used on board mobile homes or boats to generate electricity or supplies them with a float voltage so that they do not discharge.
The 12 volt voltage of a vehicle starter battery is transformed into a stable DC voltage to a 24 volt supply or on-board battery. Due to the galvanic isolation of input and output voltage, the output voltage can be kept stable regardless of voltage fluctuations in the input circuit.
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