I presented a paper covering the most common question I am asked...
do I size a battery charger?
question is so common that years ago I had the formula pre-printed onto
the obverse side of all of my business cards so I did not have to keep
writing it there. Credit for the inspiration to print the formula
on my card goes to the late Rick Johnson who had an illustrious career
at GE Power Systems.
purpose of the presentation is to ensure that certain basics are
understood by anyone desiring to provide a battery charger for a typical
utility application. Such applications would include, but not be
limited to switchgear, substation, engine start, microwave and other
Wednesday morning, on the last day of Battcon
we had a very respectable showing for the paper and it was very well
received. I presented on a panel with three other participants and
I received the most attention in terms of comments and questions from
the audience. I was told that my presentation was a huge success
and I received many compliments.
information is useful to all of our customers we have posted online both
the paper [JF5045-00] and the PowerPoint presentation [ASBattcon2009.ppt]
for your use. And, if you ask me...I might just repeat the
performance for you and our customers. This can be done either
remotely or in person.
be another paper at Battcon
next year. If you have any topic suggestions for me, please let me
know. Thanks and...
Business Development, Applications Engineering
631.462.2739 (home office)
631.806.0302 (mobile phone)
further aide our
customers in having a better understanding of HindlePower battery charger
operation, adjustment and repair, we have created a helpful guide,
which we call our "Battery Charger Basics".
Please feel free to download this document (JF5013-00)
for your reference.
If you have any further concerns regarding our "Battery Charger Basics"
Matt Theriault (Product Specialist)
610.330.9000 - ext. 214
Guagliardi (Director of Sales and Marketing)
610.330.9000 - ext. 223