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New MICA CR multistation charger racks for MICA lamps or batteries

New MICA CR multistation charger racks for MICA lamps or batteries

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MICA CR-15 and CR-35 multistation charger racks bring a new concept to the users of professional lamps manufactured by Mica Elektro. Both charger racks are made from a rigid continuous section of durable aluminium and incorporate an integral power supply from 100… 240VAC mains voltage to the 12VDC voltage of the rack supply rail. Using a multistation MICA CR charger rack, you can squeeze your lamp/battery charger bay in a more compact space with a minimum of installation time.

MICA CR-15 VAC charger holder rack is designed to accommodate any combination of five MICA chargers allowing you to mount, e.g., three IL-35 chargers and two HC-42 chargers in the same rack. Moreover, if you happen to have MICA MLC chargers, you can install up to 10 MICA MCL units in a single CR-15 rack! Owing to the ready-made guide slots of the racks, only a screwdriver is needed during installation. One end of the charger rack has a mains outlet for easy chaining of several charger racks in a single installation.

MICA CR-35 VAC charger rack includes a ready-mounted set of chargers for five MICA IL-60/80 lamps or MICA HB-55 batteries. You only have to mount the charger rack on the wall, hook the rack cord to mains outlet and insert your lamps or batteries in the rack. MICA CR-35 features battery overcharge protection for careless standby storage of lamps/batteries in the rack. Also the CR-35 charger rack has a mains outlet at its one end for chaining several charger ramps.

Connection of CR charger racks to alternative supplies (e.g., in vehicles)
MICA CR-35 charger rack is also available with an alternative supply voltage option allowing charger racks to be mounted in, e.g., a fire brigade vehicle so that the rack can be supplied primarily from the 100…240VAC mains and, secondarily, from the vehicle’s 12VDC or 24VDC battery voltage. These charger rack versions feature an internal switch that normally keeps the rack supplied from the 100…240VAC mains while, if the mains is not available, automatically connects the rack to the vehicle’s 12VDC or 24VDC battery voltage. The dual input voltage versions of the charger racks are named as MICA CR-35 VAC/VDC.