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A lot of people pull their golf carts out in the Spring, and have a charger that apparently doesn't work, even though it worked last Fall. A lot of golf cart chargers look for a specific battery voltage before they recognize the batteries and start to charge. If the batteries are discharged below that voltage point (basically, the cart won't move), it appears you have a charger problem, when in fact, you have a battery problem. See more at the bottom of this page.



CLUB CAR GOLF CART BATTERY CHARGERS
      Club Car 36 Volt 12 Amp charger with Crowsfoot Connector Crowsfoot Plug$322

      Club Car 36 Volt 20 Amp charger with Crowsfoot Connector Crowsfoot Plug$359

      Club Car 36 Volt 25 Amp charger with Crowsfoot Connector Crowsfoot Plug$388

      Club Car™ 48 Volt 15 Amp charger 1995 and later Club Car Plug$340

      Club Car™ 48 Volt 18 Amp charger 1995 and later Club Car Plug$378



EZ-GO GOLF CART BATTERY CHARGERS
      EZGO™ 36 Volt 12 Amp charger with Crowsfoot Connector Prior to 1983 Crowsfoot Plug$322

      EZGO™ 36 Volt 20 Amp charger with Crowsfoot Connector Prior to 1983 Crowsfoot Plug$359

      EZGO™ 36 Volt 25 Amp charger with Crowsfoot Connector Prior to 1983 Crowsfoot Plug$388

      EZGO™ 36 Volt 12 Amp charger 1983 to 1995 SB50 Plug$302

      EZGO™ 36 Volt 20 Amp charger 1983 to 1995 SB50 Plug$340

      EZGO™ 36 Volt 25 Amp charger 1983 to 1995 SB50 Plug$378

      EZGO™ 36 Volt 12 Amp charger 1996 and later EZGO Plug$314

      EZGO™ 36 Volt 20 Amp charger 1996 and later EZGO Plug$340

      EZGO™ 36 Volt 25 Amp charger 1996 and later EZGO Plug$378

      EZGO™ 48 Volt 15 Amp charger 2008 and later EZGO RXV Plug$340

      EZGO™ 48 Volt 18 Amp charger 2008 and later EZGO RXV Plug$378



YAMAHA GOLF CART BATTERY CHARGERS
      Yamaha 36 Volt 12 Amp charger with Crowsfoot Connector Prior to 1996 Crowsfoot Plug$322

      Yamaha 36 Volt 20 Amp charger with Crowsfoot Connector Prior to 1996 Crowsfoot Plug$359

      Yamaha 36 Volt 25 Amp charger with Crowsfoot Connector Prior to 1996 Crowsfoot Plug$388

      Yamaha 48 Volt 15 Amp charger 1996 on with MAC Connector Yamaha/MAC Plug$359

      Yamaha 48 Volt 18 Amp charger 1996 on with MAC Connector Yamaha/MAC Plug$388


Miscellaneous Charger Applications:

36 Volt 12 Amp Charger with Gray Anderson SB50 Connector

36 Volt 25 Amp Charger with Gray Anderson SB50 Connector

36 Volt 12 Amp Charger with Black Anderson SB50 Connector

36 Volt 25 Amp Charger with Black Anderson SB50 Connector

36 Volt 12 Amp Golf Cart Charger with Crowsfoot Connector

36 Volt 25 Amp Golf Cart Charger with Crowsfoot Connector

42 Volt 17 Amp Charger with Gray Anderson SB50 Connector

48 Volt 18 Amp Golf Cart Charger with Crowsfoot Connector

48 Volt 18 Amp Charger with Blue Anderson SB50 Connector


Quality golf cart battery chargers, manufacturer warranty. You won't find better for less. Call with your requirements or questions. Qualified technician help available.



We have Industrial Cart Chargers for Taylor Dunn, Columbia, Nordskog, Cushman, Karrior, and others separately.

Typical golf cart charger connectors available on the above chargers



EZGO Plug Club Car Plug Yamaha/MAC Plug

36V EZGO™
1996 and later

48V Club Car™
1995 and later

48V Yamaha MAC
1996 and later
 
 
EZGO RXV Plug Crowsfoot Plug SB50 Gray

48V EZGO™ RXV
2008 and later

Crowsfoot - 36V Club Car
EZGO™, Yamaha, others

Anderson SB50 - gray
1983 to 1995 EZGO™, others

If you don't see the connector you need, just call.

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36 volt golf cart maintainer 48 volt golf cart maintainer
$89
36 Volt
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$89
48 Volt
Golf Cart Maintainer

Samlex IDC-200C-12 DC Converter 48 Volt Yamaha Receptacle
16 Amp Samlex IDC-200C-12
30 to 60 VDC to 12.5 VDC Converter
$149
Yamaha 48 Volt
Cart Receptacle
$62

12 Volt Digital Volt Meters Battery Fuel Gauges
$49
Digital Volt Meter
36 & 48 Volt
$66
Battery Fuel Gauges
12 to 72 Volt

36 volt powerpulse 48 volt powerpulse
Get Maximum Battery Life
and Maximum Battery Power
36 Volt PowerPulse
Get Maximum Battery Life
and Maximum Battery Power
48 Volt PowerPulse



Dual Pro Golf Cart Battery Chargers


The Eagle golf cart battery chargers by Dual Pro are heavy duty, microprocessor controlled, temperature compensating, thermally protected chargers, encased in a heavy duty case. They can be portable or bench top chargers, with a handle. They are the basis of the golf cart battery chargers that we have available, and come with a variety of connectors to deal with the many types of golf carts and industrial carts based on a golf cart chassis. There are early and late EZGO™ connectors, generic Anderson SB type connectors in 50 amp and 175 amp, Club Car™ round connector for 48 volt 1995 and later carts, a crowsfoot connector that applies to some Club Car, EZGO, and Yamaha applications, and a 'MAC' connector for 1996 and later 48 volt Yamaha carts.

We offer different amp output ranges, moderate, medium and high, for 36 volt and 48 volt golf carts. The moderate use (12 amp) is appropriate for a moderately used cart, or long term maintenance for a cart at a seasonal home. The higher range (18 and 25 amp) is appropriate for a heavily used cart, either in hours per day or days per week. Running down to the mailbox, or out to the barn a time or two is moderate use. Running around the warehouse all day long, or 18 holes of golf would be heavy use. The point is to be sure the batteries are fully charged routinely, as partially charged batteries are subject to sulphation, which can be a problem over time.

The Dual Pro Eagle series combine the reliability of a heavy duty transformer, with a microprocessor controller, for long term performance and proper battery management. With temperature compensation and computer control, a quicker, more efficient charge cycle results in complete battery charge, better battery life, and less water loss in flooded batteries, which golf cart battery chargers are frequently used on. They are safe for the sealed lead acid batteries (AGM)as well. There is an internal setting for true GEL batteries. The Eagle model goes into a maintenance mode when the charge is complete, for long term battery maintenance. The LED array on the charger case indicates status of the battery. This feature allows the charger to be left connected to the cart basically indefinitely, which works well for occasionally used carts or carts at a seasonal home or cabin. This prevents the internal discharge any lead acid battery experiences from forming hardened sulphation, which diminishes run time (capacity), even to the point of total failure. Some of the old chargers with timers or simple transformers could not be left on in this fashion, so frequently they are left disconnected from the cart when the cart would be left for a long time, shortening battery life, and diminishing run capacity. This feature alone is worth the cost of an upgraded charger.

The Eagle golf cart battery chargers are made in the US, and feature a 3 year warranty. They are suitable for moderate to heavy use in 36, and 48 volt golf carts, floor scrubbers, cargo carts, scissor lifts, and other industrial equipment. So, take a look at our golf cart charger offerings, and call our tech line if you have any questions, or a special application. We only carry quality, reliable products that will do the job if properly selected.

More on apparent golf cart charger problems.

Continuing the point at the top of the page, even new "smart" chargers (all of ours) won't recognize a deeply discharged battery pack. If your cart won't move, you have a problem, and need to rectify the battery problem, before concluding you have a charger problem. You can use an older "dumb" charger that doesn't have LEDs or sophisticated electronics to get some voltage in the batteries. For example, an older home garage 6 or 12 volt charger can be used on 6 volt batteries. You have to do the whole string, about the same amount of time on each battery or pair of batteries. You would do two at a time in the string with the 12 volt charger (positive of #1 to negative of #2 battery). You don't have to break the string to do this. If you have 8 volt batteries, you can use a 6 volt charger, which won't fully charge, but will get enough voltage in that your big cart charger will recognize the batteries. You could use a 12 volt charger on 8 volts, but CAN'T let the charger finish. You would have to monitor voltage to be sure it didn't go past 8 volts.

While we would love to sell you a charger, we only want to do that if you really need a charger. If your charger still doesn't work after rectifying the battery discharge problem, as above, give us a call. Also, if your batteries ended up discharged because your golf cart charger doesn't have a maintenance mode or float mode after charging, there are a couple of things you can do. When the cart is going to sit for a length of time without being used, plug the charger in at least once a month and let it go through a charge cycle. Or, check out our golf cart maintainers on this page. They "float" the golf cart batteries for extended periods. Note: these can not be used to charge the cart, just maintain it when it is already charged.





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