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I've got a spare 96V DeltaQ QuiQ charger for sale, left over from a project that isn't happening. This charger is designed for battery pack voltages of 96V nominal, and it's programmed with Lithium algorithms already. The 96V chargers are no longer produced and harder to find. This is brand new, but not in the original box.

$250 OBO

Comes with:
Algorithm ID, Voltage cutoff
*#67, 98.4V
#128, 109.44V
#211, 110.88V
#163, 114V
#53, 116.78V
#123, 119.76V
#164, 121.58V
#135, 124.51V
#177, 131.37V
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Hey, slightly off topic, but I have an older version of that charger, a 912-9600. Do you know if it can be reprogramed with lithium algorithms? I figured you are the guy that would know.
 
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