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EPropulsion Spirit 1.0 Plus Chargers

*** Solar Chargers and Fast Chargers are on National Backorder. Expected Late February***

Spirit 1.0 Plus 12V Charger:

12V Battery Gator Clamps and Cigarette Lighter trickle charging source

  • 70 watts DC / DC charger, allowing the Spirit 1.0 Plus Battery to be charged from a 10 V ~ 30 V power source.
  • Input power: 70 W
  • Input voltage (DC): 10 – 30 V
  • Max input current: 7 A
  • Charge voltage: 30 V ~ 52.2 V
  • Constant current output: 1 A
  • Conversion rate: > 88%
  • Dimensions: 116 × 52 × 33.8 mm / 4.6 × 2 × 1.3 inch

Spirit 1.0 Solar Charger:

  • 180 watts solar charger, allowing the Spirit Battery Plus to be charged with solar energy (solar panel not included). A 0.5m 12V input cable is included. We reccomend using a 150-180W RENOGY Solar Panel with this charger.
  • Max output power: 180W
  • Max output voltage: 35V
  • Max input current: 10A
  • MPPT tracking range: 12V ~ 35V

Spirit 1.0 Plus Fast Charger: 

  • 520 watts charger, taking 3 hours to charge a Spirit Battery Plus from empty to full. Input voltage (AC): 100 ~ 240 V.

Spirit 1.0 Plus Standard Charger:

The standard plug-in wall charger already comes included with your Spirit 1.0 Motor Purchase.

  • 180 watts standard charger for Spirit Battery Plus
  • Max output power: 180W
  • Max output voltage (DC): 52.2V
  • Output current: 3.5A
  • Input voltage (AC): 100V ~ 264V
  • Max input current: 2A@220V

 

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Adam Sando
Great Products

Charges my Spirit 1 Plus battery in under 4 hrs.

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David Keltner

Everything came well packed and in good condition. Easy to work with.

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Michael A Bizzozero
Service

Great

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gary yeutsy
Charged

Easiest charger I have ever used

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Ray Altman
Charged From 12v boat battery

Used my 100ah lipo boat battery to charge my Spirit 1.0 Plus battery. 14 hours on charger gave me 66% charge on the Spirit 1.0 Plus battery. Lipo went from 14.3v to 13.3. Still had plenty of charge left and now had a decent amount of charge to continue my journey.