Delta-Q named as battery charging supplier for new Haessler hydraulic-free lift


Delta-Q Technologies, a leader in battery charging solutions for electric vehicles and industrial machines, has announced that Haessler Inc. has selected it as its charging solutions supplier for its new WolfLifT hydraulic-free lift.

The WolfLifT all-electric aerial work platform is an environmentally friendly technology that offers important advantages to users and owners. The all-electric lift uses no hydraulic oil at all and features a solid-sided telescoping tower that raises and lowers the platform with an electrically driven rack-and-pinion system. Travel and steering are also powered electrically.

In addition to the AC electrically motorized functions, which are significantly more energy-efficient resulting in more cycles per charge, the completely electrically powered feature eliminates any risk of oil leaks and reduces maintenance and service costs.

The superior stability of the machine also makes work at elevated heights more comfortable and productive. The all-enclosed lift structure is aesthetically more pleasing and minimizes entrainment of falling debris

The WolfLifT hydraulic-free lift will use Delta-Q’s 24V IC650 industrial and motive battery charger. Capable of charging lithium-ion and lead acid (wet, gel, AGM) batteries, the IC650 provides superior equipment uptime, flexibility for different battery chemistries, and the ability to resist and tolerate high levels of vibration, shock, fluids and dirt. Its sealed die-cast enclosure provides a long service life despite the difficult operating conditions when mounted onboard a vehicle.

The IC650 battery charger is part of a product group from Delta-Q called the IC Series. All IC Series chargers are sealed, built for reliability, and record critical charge data such as power returned to the battery, charge cycle completion or interruption, and the charge profile being used. The IC Series chargers address the need for serviceability through a USB host port that allows charge cycle data to be downloaded, or new software and charge profiles to be uploaded.

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