Advanced Motive Power High Frequency Battery Charger for Industrial Applications

Micropower Access – High Frequency Battery Charger for Forklift Trucks & Tow Trucks

This type of charger has been designed to optimise the battery charging cycle and to avoid damage to the battery during the charging phase. As the cost of truck batteries continuously increase it is most important to keep the battery in good condition in order to optimise its life.

Micropower Access High Frequency Battery charger

  • High Frequency (HF) 24 V/60A -> 80 V/160 A
  • Liquid Crystal Display
  • Bright and clear charging indicators LED:s
  • Easy to use user interface
  • Charging according to various selectable charging cycles
  • Base load and cable resistance compensation
  • Configurable AC current and power limits


  • Time restrictions, remote start, water and air pump control
  • Statistics
    • History: The 2000 last charging cycles
    • Event: Alarm log book and charger usage tracking Instant:
    • Momentary logs taken in a configurable sample period, storage capability >7000 samples
  • BBC, Best Battery Choice
    • Battery priority system
    • Only the charger with the most suitable battery within the BBC group will show green light
  • Configuration of charger from PC, quick and easy.
  • Charger parameters according to connected MP Access battery monitoring unit, different types of batteries can use the same charger
  • Radio communication included.

Micropower Sharp – High Frequency battery Charger


Sharp is an energy-efficient high frequency battery charger. It is a regulated, primary switched charger with charging curves that suit most sharp-10111-300x166battery types and applications. The charging process is optimized so that the battery is fully charged in the shortest time possible, with as low water consumption and wear on the battery as possible. Many of the Sharp chargers are a perfect choice for on-board charging.


The Sharp chargers are controlled by the integrated microcomputer. The chargers are equipped with 1 to 3 charging curves as standard, including in most models one with ionic mixing, which efficiently reduces the charging time.


Charging progress is indicated by a diode that glows orange during charging, green at full charge and flashes red if an error occurs.


  • The charger requires a counter voltage from a battery in order to start.
  •  The outlet is protected electronically against faulty connections and short-circuit.
  • The charger works with different shutoff times. If these times are exceeded, the charger is turned off.
  • Automatic output limitation if cooling is insufficient.
  • Soft start before the charger reaches full output.

Battery Management System