LI-6020 – устройство для зарядки аккумуляторных батарей, LI-COR
The LI-6020 Battery Charger recharges 6400-03 batteries, which are designed for use with the LI-6400/LI-6400XT Portable Photosynthesis System. These batteries can also be used with the LI-8100A Automated Soil CO2 Flux System, the LI-7000 CO2/H2O Analyzer, and the LI-610 Portable Dew Point Generator, as well as several of our discontinued instruments. Since the batteries (and their charger) are so universal, here are ten facts you should know about the LI-6020:
- The LI-6020 can charge up to four 6400-03 batteries at one time. Four batteries take 10 to 12 hours to fully charge.
- The AC light should illuminate when the charger is connected to AC mains (outlet) power. When connecting a battery, the Charge Light should turn on. The Charge Light will remain on until the battery is fully charged; if it is already charged, the Charge Light will turn off a few seconds after being connected.
- The LI-6020 can also charge 12B/1 batteries for the discontinued 1800-12S Integrating Sphere, and the 6000B and 6200B batteries for the discontinued LI-6200 Portable Photosynthesis System.
- The charger provides 12 volts with 1.5 amps.
- The charger (along with one battery) can directly power the LI-6400XT. If the LI-6400XT is only using 1.5 amps at 25°C, the system can run indefinitely. When using more power due to environmental controls (temperature, light, CO2), the system can last more than 3 hours before requiring a fresh battery. DO NOT attempt to power the LI-6400XT with the LI-6020 charger without a 6400-03 battery also connected to the instrument—the charger cannot provide enough amps by itself.
- The fuse holder (cap) is part number 348-02745.
- The 0.5A, fast blow, 250V fuse for 115V is part number 438-00841. A few countries in the world use 115V AC mains power, including (but not limited to) the United States, Canada, Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, Saudi Arabia, Japan, and many countries in Central America.
- The 0.25A, slow blow, 250V fuse for 230V is part number 438-03004. Most of the world uses 230V AC mains power.
- The voltage selector switch must be set to the correct voltage.
- DO NOT leave the battery on the charger more than 24 hours after the Charge light turns off. This can damage the battery.