The system is ideal for long-term storage of batteries.
Batteries are drained, recharged and conditioned automatically from a single powerpoint.
The GBCO now detects battery charge level when a battery is installed or after the unit is powered up.
When a highly charged battery is encountered, the GBCO applies only a short post-trickle charge, rather than a full charge cycle. This dramatically reduces the time for a fully laden GBCO to fully recover after a power interruption – from about 6 days to about 8-12 hours.
An integrated self-test has been added to assist with technical support.
The GBCO now rejects faulty batteries that cannot be charged, and will report an error. However, the BC4 should be used to fully assess battery condition.
An audible alarm has been added to augment the visual warnings.
Future firmware upgrades and new features can now be implemented without dismantling the GBCO.
Current-management, power connections and ventilation have been improved to further enhance reliability. Current-monitoring features have been added to enhance the already high levels of fail-safety.
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