Installation Guide
PX/10 Specifications
Important Precautions
Wiring Diagram

   PX/10- Batteries

The PX/10 utilizes a DC pack which consists of maintenance-free, rechargeable batteries. The standard battery pack is rated at 48 V and 17.2 Amp Hrs.

There is no need to check specific gravity of the electrolyte or add water to the battery pack during float service life. The batteries are equipped with safety release valves, designed to operate between 7 to 10 psi and automatically reseal. Hence, there is never an excessive accumulation of gas within the battery.

More than 1000 discharge/recharge cycles can be expected from the battery pack, dependent on the average depth of discharge.

The batteries used in the PX/10 have an expected life span of 2 to 5 years in float service applications.

Do not connect the battery to the PX/10 until all other wiring has been completed.

Before connecting the battery pack to the PX/10, turn the output breaker on and make sure the system operates normally as before.

With AC applied and the output breaker off, look for the 'CHARGED' LED to be on. Now connect the battery pack AND TURN THE OUTPUT BREAKER ON. The PX/10 is now online.
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