Sharp is an energy-efficient high frequency battery charger. It is a regulated, primary switched charger with charging curves that suit most battery 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 new generation of BMUs and Micropower chargers facilitates monitoring of the complete battery fleet via the GET App.
GET is a cloud based IoT application launched by Micropower.It is compatible with all Micropower products and connected to Micropower Support Centre.It is aimed at optimizing battery and charger usage in the material handling industry.
The products can automatically upload statistical information to the GET Cloud or manually extract it through the GET mobile application. These products can report data, service status/trouble shooting once they are configured with the GET system.
The GET Connected Gateway interacts with all Access and Lion chargers and GET Ready BMUs. It extracts data and uploads it to the GET Cloud. It also send configurations, commands and updates to compatible devices. The GET Connected Gatewaycommunicates with Internetover ethernet, WiFi or 4G.
With the help of GET Service Tool you can download the complete charging statistics wirelessly, from the last 2000 charging cycles with history, events and 7000 momentary measurements and upload those to the GET Cloud. With the GET Service Tool, you can also configure Micropower chargers and GET Ready BMU parameters wirelessly from your PC.
GET allows for overall control over the fleet remotely thus increasing operational efficiency. The constant monitoring leads to economy of time and service and maintenance, hence increasing the uptime.