Skylla-i (1+1): two outputs to charge 2 battery banks
The Skylla-i (1+1) features 2 isolated outputs. The second output, limited to approximately 4 A and with a slightly lower output voltage, is intended to top up a starter battery.
Skylla-i (3): three full current outputs to charge 3 battery banks
The Skylla-i (3) features 3 isolated outputs. All outputs can supply the full rated output current.
Aluminium epoxy powder coated cases with drip shield and stainless steel fixings withstand the rigors of an adverse environment: heat, humidity and salt air.
Circuit boards are protected with an acrylic coating for maximum corrosion resistance.
Temperature sensors ensure that power components will always operate within specified limits, needed by automatic reduction of output current under extreme environmental conditions.
Next to a CAN bus (NMEA2000) interface, a rotary switch, DIP switches and potentiometers are available to adapt the charge algorithm to a particular battery and its conditions of use.
Please refer to the manual for a complete overview of the possibilities.
|Model||Input Voltage Range (VAC)||Input Voltage Range (VDC)||Charge current (A)||Battery Capacity|
|24/80 (1+1)||185-265 V||180-350 V||80A||400-800 Ah|
|24/80 (3)||185-265 V||180-350 V||3X80A||400-800 Ah|
|24/100 (1+1)||185-265 V||180-350 V||100A||500-1000 Ah|
|24/100 (3)||185-265 V||180-350 V||3x100A||500-1000 Ah|
|Input voltage (VAC)||230 V|
|Input voltage range (VAC)||185-265 V|
|Input voltage range (VDC)||180-350 V|
|Maximum AC input current @ 180 VAC||See datasheet|
|Frequency (Hz)||45-65 Hz|
|Charge voltage ‘absorption’ (VDC) (1)||28,8 V|
|Charge voltage ‘float’ (VDC)||27,6 V|
|Charge voltage ‘storage’ (VDC)||26,4 V|
|Charge algorithm||3 stage, with on-off control or CAN bus control|
|Li-Ion Temperature sensor||Yes|
|Can be used as power supply||Yes|
|Remote on-off port||Yes (can be connected to a Li-Ion BMS)|
|CAN bus communication port (VE.Can)||Two RJ45 connectors, NMEA2000 protocol, galvanically isolated|
|Synchronised parallel operation||Yes, with VE.Can|
|Safety||EN 60335-1, EN 60335-2-29|