Looking for the best DC-DC Charger for your needs and budget ? Hopefully this handy comparision will help!
Scroll side to side to get more information and there is a link to the batteries seller at the end.
You can open a full screen version of the sheet by clicking on this
Spreadsheet Headings Information
|Brand||The actual brand of the battery, not the brand of the cells inside.|
|Model||The model number of the charger being compared|
|Price||The cost of the DC-DC Charger when entered into the sheet, this is not necessarily the best price.|
|Amps||Rated charging Amps|
|Cost Per Amp||Cost per Amp – Red most expensive – Green is cheapest|
|Battery Types||The types of batteries the charger is compatible with, see below for more info.|
(D x W x H) in mm
|Max Solar Voltage||The maximum rated solar voltage the charger can accept.|
|Max Alt Voltage||Maximum voltage the charger can accept from the alternator|
|Operating Range||In what temperature range the charger can still operate|
|IP Rating||The IP Rating of the charger (Dust and Water protection)|
|Protections||What electrical protections the charger provides, see below for key|
|Does the charge have a app for setup / monitoring.|
|Notes||Any particular notes on the charger|
|URL||The URL where you can buy from (Not necessarily the best price)|
Battery Types Info :
WET – Standard old school flooded battery with the vents at the top etc.
AGM – Absorbent Glass Matt, usually used as a battery in camper trailers / Caravans
GEL – Maintenance Free Lead Acid, very similar to AGM, but uses a gel instead of a water like acid.
CAL – Calcium Battery
LTH – Lithium Battery
T – Temperature
R – Reverse
O – Over Voltage
U – Under Protection
S – Short