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I have accumulated some chargers now and realize that I won't ever be needing all of these. All of these are in good condition and worked when bench tested.

So, FOR SALE

Elcon PFC2500W 121-130 volt $350
Elcon 144v 3000W $450
DeltaQ 1500W 120v algorithm $200
Thunderstruck TSM2500 120v $200

Feel free to shoot me an offer on any of these chargers. If you need other specific items let me know and I may have some laying around.

PM or preferably TEXT me with any questions @ (858) 442-5657



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Dropped these prices a bit, I'd like to move these things and maybe help out some conversions in the works!

Again, feel free to shoot me an offer if you need any of these chargers.
 

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The 922 means it's got a DC-DC in it. The 7254 means it's a deluxe 72V model. Unfortunately it is not 1500W, and it can't go to 120V. Its 120V/240V on the AC side, but the range for the 72V is about 72-100VDC on the DC side, depending on the algorithm

http://www.fullriverbattery.com/product/chargers/922-7254

Still a great charger and a great price for something with a built in DC-DC converter (400W).
 

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Thanks for the heads up Frodus.
Apparently it's been a bit since I picked up this charger...
 

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Thanks for the heads up Frodus.
Apparently it's been a bit since I picked up this charger...
To help you out, If someone buys the Delta-Q QuiQ charger from you, and they're a member of DIYelectriccars.com, I will program the lithium algorithms I've got into it for free if they pay shipping both ways.
 

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Yes, either of these chargers can be sent in for a custom algorithm for your voltage and chemisty.
Frodus (^above) is you go to for Delta-Q programming
 
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