High Voltage Hybrid Battery Chargers

                           (for professionals only - we cannot sell to individuals)

 

Overview

We designed and are developing an outstanding line of high voltage battery chargers. These share a unique design without transformers or other heavy, power consuming devices. The control circuits switch input power directly into your battery and stop the charge within 1% of a level which you set.

Five Levels of Safety in the Design

 




Model


Input
(1 Phase)


Max DC Volts


Max DC Amps



Comments


Charges this battery (kWh)


In
(hrs)


Price
(Note1)



Delivery
   
QDD100
120
300
1.9
New! Battery Discharger
In production
Battery
Discharger
3
$750
Available now!
 
160 120 VAC 300 3.4 In production Prius
(1.2 kWh)
3

$875 reduced for clearance

Available now!

 

 
165 120 VAC 300 4.2

In production

Discrete set voltages

Prius  2.5 $750 Available now!  
170 240VAC 340 8.5 In production Prius
1.2
$1,200 2-3 weeks  
180 120VAC 340 10 In production Prius 1 $1,300 2-3 weeks    
200 240 VAC 340 10 In production 200V,
3.5 kWh
3
$1,400 1-2 weeks  
210 240 VAC 340 10 In production   BlueDVM, UK or Australian plug 200V,
3.5 kWh
3
$1,500 1-2 weeks  
300 240 VAC 340 20 In production Price Reduced! For Nissan Leaf or equal 200V,
25 kWh
5

$1,495

 

40% off for clearance!

Includes shipping!

Available now! Contact us  
400 240 VAC 340 40 Blue DVM 200V,
15 kWh
3
$3,750 Contact us    
450 240 VAC 680 30 Blue DVM 350V,
25 kWh
4
$4,250 Note 2    

 

Note 1: Our effort and cost depend on your exact application. Please contact us.

Dr. Claude Phipps, Photonic Associates, LLC, crphipps@aol.com or 505-466-3877

Note 2: What you save with a hybrid automobile: 25 kWh from your wallplug costs $2.50. Let's say you drive your
SUV an hour a day. A typical SUV cruising at 60 mph uses 36 hp (25kW) in steady driving. In an hour, that's 25kWh.
Its mileage is 20 mpg. In an hour, it has gone 60 miles, and used 3 gallons of fuel. A gallon costs 2.10, so that hour
cost $6.30 in gas. If it were charging a hybrid instead, at 80% efficiency, you would have saved $3.80/day, $115 a month.
Is that convincing?