How To Get Software To Track Data From The Delta Q IC650 Battery Charger
How To Get Software To Track Charging Data From The Delta Q IC650 Battery Charger
If you own the new Delta Q IC650 Battery charger you may want to take advantage of one of its key features, “Charge Data Tracking”. It’s a really cool feature for a golf cart battery charger, especially one costing under a grand. We offer the complete line of Delta Q Battery Chargers at BatteryPete.
Yesterday we got a call from a cool cat ex-military tech wanting to know how to track charging data from the Delta QIC650 charger. We went right to work getting an answer to his questions. This charger is an all new unit built on the QuiQ charger legacy from Delta but with a great redesign. The dimensions have come down, the internals updated, and of course it now features the USB accessible data tracking. On top of all this, the thing is super rugged durable! You can watch a crazy clip on its durability.
Now that we’ve had a laugh, let’s get technical. As we know the Delta Q iC650 is a digital smart charger capable of charging any mainstream battery technology (chemistry) like Lead Acid, AGM, Gel and even Lithium. It works using a pre-programmed algorithm specific for your battery type.
All of the new iC Series chargers will record data such as capacity returned, charge cycle completion/interruption, and the charge profile in use. This data is useful for vehicle or machine diagnostics.
The Software You Need
Battery Pete is happy to share with you the software that will enable you to easily view and understand charge tracking data from your iC Series battery charger. You can download it here for free. IDAT) Simple IC Data Analysis Tool .
Using this software and accessories, original equipment manufacturers can customize their Delta-Q battery chargers for solutions to better fit their applications. Now that same power is also in your hands. Delta-Q offers this software to support charger programming, battery troubleshooting, and charge cycle data analysis.
Another feature of the Delta Q iC650 battery charger is its broad AC input range of 85-270V. It enables use globally on any single-phase electrical grid. It receives regulatory approvals far and wide for use in electric vehicles, and for industrial equipment sold internationally. You can also customize your charger with different AC and DC cabling, remote LED signaling, connectors, temperature sensors, and carrying handles to name a few.
It is a slam dunk for Delta Q Technologies and the next generation of smart battery chargers. We are proud to offer this product to you. If you would like to learn more, continue reading.If you would like to learn more about the next generation of iC Series chargers follow me.