Zero Quick Charger
From Unofficial Zero Manual
Zero sells a custom version of the Delta-Q QuiQ Charger for the Zero battery pack.
- Set for Zero's main battery pack voltage range.
- DC output is packaged in an Anderson SBS-75X connector for the accessory charging port with a circuit on the pins that triggers Zero's Charging Enable Line.
- 1kW per unit
- Handles 110V or 220V and varying AC frequencies.
- Officially-tested, certified, and warranty-supported in configurations by Zero yearly in up to 4 units per motorcycle.
- Maximum DC output voltage 135V (measured voltage at approx. 90% Charge 55V, assumed 14S Battery 48V)
- Deep discharge recovery (minimum voltage) 24V
- Maximum DC output current 8.5A
- Maximum DC output power 1000W (48V Version), 945W (96V Version) (954W input power measured)
- Physical Attributes
- Easily fits Zero's Givi E21 side cases.
- Ruggedized (IP66 rating) with cooling fins but no active cooling.
- Plugs into the accessory charging port.
- Can be combined using Y-adapter cables with other Quick Chargers for up to 4kW additional charging (4 chargers with 3 Y-adapter cables).
- Maintains the bike in charging mode even when keyed off (charge-mode enable integration).
- How to Charge a Zero Electric Motorcycle, by Proximidude shows how to use one with an FX.
- Gen1 NOTE: The Main Power Shutoff Switch needs to be turned on to commence charging.
- Via Keith in EMF thread Re: Single Eltek charger unit that does 116V 2000W:
Quiq charger has a 10k pullup to 5V on the center pin. That won't start charging without the key or onboard to begin, but it will continue charging and indicating after key off and onboard off.