Stationary battery analyzer CTE-4000

  1. CTE-4000 is a stationary battery analyzer that measures the conductance and voltage of 2V, 4V, 6V, 8V & 12V sealed lead-acid batteries for security systems, emergency lighting, mobility vehicles, uninterruptible and power supplies to identify those that:
  2. . Are good.
  3. . Are serviceable
  4. . Need to be replaced.

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Description

CTE-4000 is a stationary battery analyzer that measures the conductance and voltage of 2V, 4V, 6V, 8V & 12V sealed lead-acid batteries for security systems, emergency lighting, mobility vehicles, uninterruptible and power supplies to identify those that:

. Are good.

. Are serviceable

. Need to be replaced.

Specification

Suitable deep cycle batteries: 2V, 4V, 6V, 8V & 12V

Conductance range: 10-5000 S (Siemens)

Conductance accuracy: ±3%

Voltage accuracy: 5mV

Correction: Automatic correction

Display: LCD green backlight

Store data: 1000 groups

Operating temperature: 0-40°C

 

The analyzer measures the status of a battery in voltage and conductance values. It displays conductance values in Siemens (S). Ampere hours (Ah) are a typical measurement of jar capacity; however, they are difficult to measure without knowing the load to which the jars supplypower. 

 

 

 

Test Range

CTE-4000 has an operating range of 10-5000S.

Data Storage

CTE-4000 can store 1000 groups of test results, and you can output the test results to your computer with the USB cable.

 

Voltage Range: 1.8 -16.00 Volts DC  

 

Accuracy:  +/-2% across test range, Voltage and Conductance

Using the percentages of the reference value

 

 

You can use the percentages of the reference value to help you determine the strength of the site. Table 6 lists ranges of reference value percentages, and the action you should take.

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 Note: The above recommended maintenance standards are not national standards, according to the user's own risk-bearing capacity to adjust the scale standards, reduce the use of risk.

 




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