Ibex Battery Systems

Electrical Specifications


Maximum Operating Ratings

Line Voltage
Output Short Circuit Duration (Note 8)
Hi-Pot Rating (Note 1)
Output Voltage Isolation (Note 2)
Line Frequency (Min. & Max.)
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature

108/216 to 126/252VRMS
Continuous
2500VRMS
150V Peak
50/60Hz
-40C to +85C
-55C to +105C

Electrical characteristics Unless stated otherwise, these specifications are valid over the operating temperature range.
Parameter Conditions Minimum Maximum Units
Max. Output I (Note 3)
  -40C to +60C
Vout > 12V 1.5 1.7 A
Max. Output I (Note 3)
  +60C to +85C
Vout > 12V 1.0 1.2 A
Foldback Current (Note 3) Short Circuit 0.4 0.7 A
Absorption Mode Voltage Ambient=+85C
+60C
23C
0C
-40C
13.9
14.2
14.6
14.9
14.9
14.1
14.4
14.8
15.1
15.1
V
Float Mode Voltage Ambient=+85C
+60C
23C
0C
-40C
13.1
13.3
13.7
14.0
14.5
13.3
13.5
13.9
14.2
14.7
V
Output Ripple Voltage (Note 4) - - 50 mV pk-pk
Output Leakage (Note 5)
Output Leakage (Note 6)
- - -30
-1.0
mA
mA
LED Signal Output Currents - 9 11 mA
Max. Load Current (Note 7) Ambient=+85C
+60C
+20C
0C
-40C
- 1.3
2.1
3.0
3.6
4.4
A (RMS)

Note 1. 1 minute rating between the line-input terminals and chassis. Also, line-input terminals and output terminals.
Note 2. Continuous rating between any output terminal and chassis.
Note 3. Battery voltage = 12V or higher during charging. Below 12V, the current folds back linearly to the minimum value (at 0V).
Note 4. Assumes the output is connected to a minimum recommended size battery.
Note 5. This is the reverse leakage current that the battery supplies to the charger when the line voltage is removed and the +BAT terminal is still connected to the LOAD terminal via the MOSFET switch.
Note 6. This is the reverse leakage current that the battery supplies to the charger when the line voltage is removed and the charger has disconnected the +BAT terminal from the LOAD terminal.
Note 7. The load current is fused with a polymeric fuse (Raychem RUE300 or equiv) which usually dictates the maximum allowable RMS load current. Short-term load currents may be considerably higher but not to exceed 5.0A.
Note 8. This refers to the current being supplied to the +BAT terminal by the charger. A short circuit on the LOAD terminal is another matter entirely. The battery can deliver a huge current to the LOAD terminal before the fuse trips. The fuse protects wiring from melting but is too slow to keep the unit's MOSFET switch from being destroyed.