PEAK DELAY AT START: During the early moments of fast charge a battery’s voltage can temporarily be unstable which can cause some peak chargers to prematurely terminate fast charge. Delaying the time at which Triton’s peak detection circuitry is activated at the beginning of fast charge can help to avoid this situation.Select a peak delay time, which ranges from 0 to 60 minutes. Typically, a delay of no longer than 3 to 5 minutes is necessary. A delay time of 0 minutes effectively disables this function.
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“NiCd charge” and “NiMH charge:” Triton utilizes the “zero deltaV” peak detection method to charge NiCd and NiMH batteries with linear current. This method can result in a battery safely reaching 95 to 98% full charge, after which time Triton will automatically switch to a gentle trickle charge current. Trickle charge will help the battery safely reach its 100% full charge potential.