The Dual Pro Eagle 48 volt 15 Amp Club Car golf cart battery charger for 1995 and later models is an industrial grade 48 volt battery charger, with fan cooling and a temperature compensated charge profile. The Eagle series are heavy duty, microprocessor controlled, thermally protected battery chargers. They can be portable or bench top chargers, with a handle. This golf cart model ships with the 1995 and later Club Car™ round connector. Be sure to see the note below.
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. They are safe for the sealed lead acid batteries as well, and are internally settable for true GEL batteries. This golf cart charger, goes into a float mode when the charge is complete, for long term battery maintenance. The LED array on the charger case indicates status of the battery.
The Eagle series are made in the US, and feature a 3 year warranty. The I-4815 Eagle 48 volt 15 amp Club Car golf cart battery charger is suitable for heavy use 48 volt systems.
For more information see our Battery Charging Tutorial
1995 and later Club Car
48 Volt 15 Amp
The 1995 and later 48 volt Club Car™ cart has an onboard computer/regulator that turns the Club Car™ charger on and off. Basically, they separated the 'smart' controller of the charger from the bulk of the charger, and put one part on the cart, and the other in the charger box, possibly to make people buy their chargers when the time comes. Anyway, to use a non-Club Car marketed charger, the simplest solution is to install a bypass wire on the cart, which allows the external charger to use its own microprocessor control, which in this case, we believe to be superior. We will forward two pdf files that deal with this, if you are interested, as it is not difficult. There should be sheets in the charger box as well. Basically, you jump with a 12 gauge wire from the big negative (black) terminal on the back of the plug receptacle on the cart (or just splice into that wire) to the end negative battery terminal of the battery pack, where the total pack voltage (negative) goes to the cart motor and controller. This bypasses the onboard cart charger controller.
|Dim (LxWxH):||9.75 x 8.38 x 8.25||Handle|
|Actual Weight:||22.0||Thermal Protection|
|Ship Weight:||23.0||Reverse Polarity Protection|
|AC Input:||115 VAC @ 10 Amps||Temperature Compensation|
|DC Output:||15 Amps||Spark Free Hookup|
|Temp Range:||32F to 113F||Short Circuit Protected|
|Float Voltage:||54.0||LED Readout|
|Approvals:||UL 1564 Pending||Made In USA|
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