Mobility Battery Chargers

Trusted for reliability and powerful charging  we supply Strident Intelligent Battery Chargers. Prices from

£45.00 with VAT relief (£54.00 inc. VAT).

Individuals who are chronically sick or disabled can claim VAT Relief when they buy equipment that has been designed solely for disabled people and is for their own ‘personal and domestic use’. This means that they pay the retail price without VAT included.
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Protect your batteries from poor charging with the Strident Intelligent  Mobility Battery Charger. These three phase intelligent will condition and charge your batteries perfectly every time and so keep you on the move for longer and with more confidence your batteries are not going to let you down.

Poor chargers can literally fry your batteries by forcing too much power in all in one go and so end up destroying perfectly good batteries far quicker than they should do. It really makes no sense to use a poor quality cheap charger with your mobility batteries. In truth we would recommend a new charger every time you replace your batteries, or at least get your existing battery charger tested when you get new batteries to see what level of charging performance it is delivering.

Our mobility battery chargers carry a 1 year warranty.

Here is a list of the sizes of battery chargers we keep in stock in each showroom, and all our prices are exclusive of vat.

  • 24 v – 2A – £42.00
  • 24 v – 5A  – £46.00
  • 24 v – 8A – £64.00

Here is an explanation from our supplier Strident Batteries on charging correctly with a short video.

With the use of the Strident intelligent three-stage charging technique, premature battery failure is significantly reduced by ensuring the correct levels of charge are applied at every stage regardless of size. This eliminates the risk of gassing often caused by overcharging by traditional single stage charging. Furthermore, this also maintains plate quality at its best performance level by reducing compound breakdown.

Stage 1: Bulk Charge

Where charging current is set to the maximum safety level. Continuing until the voltage has increased to 80 – 90% of the full charge level.

Stage 2: Absorption Charge

The charging voltage remains constant, whilst the current reduces due to the increase in internal resistance. It is during this stage that the charging voltage is at its highest.

Stage 3: Float Charge

Once the battery has reached optimum charge level this final stage helps to increase the longevity of the battery because the charging voltage and current is significantly reduced which maintains the battery at peak charge. Through the units intelligent monitoring of the battery condition this final and critical stage reduces the risk of gassing and minimises the possibility of self-discharge.

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