The Skylla-TG battery charger from Victron is for 24V systems and has a charging current of 100A. In addition, it has an input voltage range of 180-265 V AC. Skylla-TG battery chargers are controlled by a microprocessor and can be used as a power supply. The 3-step charging process is according to the IUoUo characteristics and is faster than other charging processes.
Universal 90-265 V AC input voltage range and also suitable for DC power supply
All Skylla-TG battery chargers operate for a 180-265 V input voltage range for 50 Hz and 60 Hz. In addition, the chargers also work with a 90 – 400 V DC power supply
Two outputs for charging two batteries
The battery chargers have 2 mutually insulated outputs. The second output, which is intended for charging a starter battery, is limited to 4 A and has a slightly lower output voltage.
Increase battery life: Temperature Compensation
A temperature sensor, which is supplied with every TG battery charger, ensures that the charging voltage decreases when the battery temperature rises.
The battery chargers are equipped with Voltage Sensing to compensate for voltage loss due to cable resistance. This ensures that the battery always receives the correct charging voltage.
These battery chargers can be used as power supply in the absence of batteries or large buffer capacitors. This is made possible because the output voltage is perfectly stabilized.
|Input voltage (AC)
|Number of outputs
|1 + 1
|IP21 drip proof