MXTS 70/50

Versatile and Powerful workshop charger

MXTS 70/50

Versatile and Powerful workshop charger

MXTS 70/50

Versatile and Powerful workshop charger
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Product information

  • Product information

    Versatile and Powerful workshop charger

    Powerful charging

    The MXTS 70/50 is a powerful, state of the art workshop charger developed specifically for all 12V and 24V lead acid batteries, including AGM and EFB Stop/Start types.

    The MXTS 70/50 is a fully automatic 8 step charger that delivers selectable 50A/12V or 50A/24V to batteries from 20-1,500Ah (for 12V) and 20-1,500Ah (for 24V), with 50A of constant power supply in 12V and 24V mode. In 12V mode, up to 70A of power is automatically available for temporary high loads. Features include battery diagnosis to establish whether your battery can receive and retain a charge, a Recond mode for reconditioning deeply discharged batteries and a built in temperature sensor for optimised charging.

      ;*;Selectable power supply program for constant voltage output ;*;Patented float/pulse maintenance charging ;*;Recond function ;*;Heavy duty 6m detachable charge cables and clamps ;*;LED displays for charging, charge voltage, current, charge time and energy indication
        ;*;Fully automatic 8 step charging ;*;Selectable modes for optimal battery size adaptation. ;*;Patented desulphation function ;*;Temperature sensor for optimised charging ;*;Heavy duty aluminium housing (IP20 classified) ;*;Compatible with Pro accessories. ;*;Safe spark free operation ;*;Reverse polarity protected ;*;Short circuit proof ;*;2-year warranty
        Technical information
        Input
        220–240VAC, 47–64Hz, 7.2A max
        Output
        14.4V, 50A max
        Start voltage
        2.0V
        Back current drain*
        Corresponding to less than 1Ah/month
        Ambient temperature
        -20˚C to +50˚C (- 4°F to +122°F)
        Battery types
        All types of lead-acid batteries, 12V, 24V, WET, MF, Ca/Ca, AGM, GEL
        Battery capacity
        20–1500Ah
        Warranty
        2 years
        USB
        The USB port is used for downloading charge program parameters from a PC by a technician or skilled user but not end user.
        Insulation class
        IP20
        Ripple**
        Less than 4%
        User manual

        MXTS_70_50-safetyinstruction-UK-EN.pdf

        MXTS_70_50-manual-UK-EN.pdf
      • Inside the box
        Product sheet

        MXTS_70_50-Productsheet-low-UK-EN.pdf
        FAQ
        Temperature LED is not lit   ×
        Explanation: The temperature sensor is disconnected or has been damaged. The charger will assume room temperature and charge without temperature compensation.
        Temperature LED is lit   ×
        Explanation: This led is turned on automatically when the temp sensor is connected.
        is lit   ×
        Explanation: This led is lit when the charging has been stopped or not started. Press the START/STOP button to start or resume.
        is lit   ×
        This indication always has an explanation in the Ah & info display.

        E01: Reverse polarity.
        Test: Make sure that the + cable/clamp is connected to the + terminal and the - cable/clamp is connected to the - terminal.

        E02: Over voltage. The battery connected has a higher voltage than the selected charge program.
        Test: Make sure that the battery and the selected charge program corresponds to each other.

        E03: Time out step 1: Desulphation. The battery is sulphated and can´t be charged correct.
        Test: Try to restart the charge cycle, if it still fails in step 1 the battery is sulphated and needs to be replaced.

        E04: Time out step 2. Soft start. The battery can´t be charged correct.
        Test: Try to restart the charge cycle, if it still fails in step 1 the battery is sulphated and needs to be replaced.

        E05: Analyze. The charger can´t keep the charge.
        Test: Remove all parallel loads on the battery and restart the charge cycle. If the analyze fails again the battery needs to be replaced.

        E06: battery overheated. The charger has detected a too warm battery, over + 60 °C. Push Pause/Start to resume charging when temperature is below.
        Test: Make sure that it is not the ambient that is too warm. If that is not the case the battery need to be replaced.

        E07: Low battery voltage in supply program. The battery connected has too low voltage to continue. The battery connected is either a 12V and the charger is in 24V mode or the parallel loads are too high.
        Test: If a 12V battery is connected check if the unit is in 24V mode. Try to remove all parallel loads.

        E08: Over current in supply. The charger has switched off the output due to too high current.
        Test: Make sure that the clamps not are shortened. Also check if there are massive parallel loads on the battery.

        E99: Over voltage protection. If battery voltage is below 17V the ERROR LED is lit when 24V mode has been selected.
        Press the START/STOP button to proceed with in 12V mode. To change to 24V mode press INCREASE or DECREASE.
        No LED or display is lit when the charger is connected only to the battery.   ×
        Explanation: The plug has to be connected for the LED’s and the displays to be lit.
        No LED or display is lit when the charger is connected only to the power outlet.   ×
        Explanation: The displays and LED’s should light up when the charger is connected to the power outlet. The fans should also turn on.
        Test: Make sure that there is power from the power outlet.