HST-MV2

Multi-bay-charger stations for Li-Ion, Ni-MH and Ni-Cd power tool batteries

Features

  • Available in 1, 2, 4 and 8-bay-charger versions
  • Special HST frequency modulation impulse charging process® for Ni-Cd and Ni-MH batteries
    Absolutely no memory effect thanks to variable, frequencymodulated impulse charging current with large amplitude
  • Special charging mode
    For deep-discharging or sleeping Ni-Cd and Ni-MH batteries
  • IFCS - Intelligent Full Charge System for Li-ion batteries Charges Li-ion batteries > 95% full
  • No voltage conversion required
    Battery voltage is detected automatically
  • RFID detection for HST Li-Ion batteries
  • Own diagnosis
    Testing of the supply voltages
  • Capacity-related charge reception mode for Ni-Cd, Ni-MH and Li-Ion batteries
    Drifting apart of the charging capacity in the battery pack is prevented
  • Wide voltage range
    from 1.2 V to 35 V (28.8 V nominal voltage)
  • Ventilator for cooling
    Demand-driven, whenever charging current is fl owing the ventilator also runs; therefore charging is possible even at temperatures above 45° C
  • Reverse polarity protection
    Current switching of the charger box, separation of charger box-battery thanks to relay
  • Charging even at battery temperatures > 40° C
    Dynamic temperature evaluation due to gradient formation
  • Data bus
  • Separate power electronics for each charger slot
  • Can be used worldwide
    Thanks to clocked power supply 90 – 260 V, 50 – 60 Hz
  • Robust and maintenancefriendly housing
  • Batteries from the following brand manufacturers can be charged*
    HS-Technik, Makita, Bosch, Fein, Titgemeyer, Gesipa, AtlasCopco, CooperPowertool, Panasonic,...


  • Dynamic temperature monitoring
    Temperature gradient evaluation
  • Capacity-related full detection™
    Battery packs from 500 mA to 10,000 mA can be charged
  • Battery analysis and characteristics control
    Before and during charging Final charge parameters are detected and specified automatically depending on the battery pack
  • Time limit
    According to internal charging current table
  • PFC (Power Factor Control)
  • Initialization of the battery pack
    Automatic cell determination whether e.g. a 12.0 V or a 14.4 V battery was plugged in
  • Plausibility check™
    Check to see whether battery parameters are logical in relationship to one another
  • Automatic evaluation of the temperature contacts
    For NTC contact there is a dynamic temperature evaluation, this does not depend on the battery adapter
  • ΔU detection and voltage gradient evaluation
    Automatic parameter detection depending on the charge state of the battery pack
  • Detection of defective cells
    Red blinking LED = battery defective or battery no longer has its full capacity
  • Status indication via LED
  • Optional PC software
    HST-Visu-2010 For recording of charging processes with the switch-off parameters