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Shido Dual Charger DC 1.0

€69,90 *
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Article number: H-1316
Delivery time: 1-5 days


Lithium batteries offer an excellent level of performance. To gain the best from them, they must be charged correctly. To accommodate this need in the market we developed our own Shido battery chargers, suited for motorcycle and powersport applications. Shido dual battery chargers come with a unique and optimized algorithm, which allows for a safe charge of both Lithium LiFePO4 and lead-acid batteries.

One of the key notices is that charging a deeply discharged lithium battery (<10V) should be done very gentle, starting with applying very low current. Applying high current from the start on discharged lithium batteries will cause premature failing. Also chargers where the voltage goes above 15 volt for a certain period of time will severely damage your lithium battery.

Shido dual chargers will also be maintaining the charge on your batteries after the charging is completed. Each 4 hour the charger will check the voltage. When battery voltage drops below 12,8 volt, the charger will start applying charge again. DC-AFAM can now recommend a charger for lithium and lead-acid batteries in all confidence.


Advantages of the SHIDO DC 1.0:
  • Clear split between Lithium and lead-acid charging modes.
  • Upgraded algorithm for both Lithium and lead-acid modes.
  • Battery Recovery for deeply discharged batteries.
  •  Battery health check after charging.
  • Maintaining mode, with 4 hour intervals voltage checks.
  • Protected against reverse polarity, overcharging, overcurrent, overheating and short-circuits.
  • User friendly detection for reverse polarity, low-voltage or damaged batteries.
  • IP 65, waterproof.
  • Adjusts for varying A/C line voltage and delivers consistent charging current.


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