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    Quote Originally Posted by landrover View Post

    That is a smaller current charger, only 4 amp equivalent Ther 2412 is 12 amp equivalent checkout the soneil.com website.

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    I did see it on the site, but haven't found where to purchase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by landrover View Post
    I did see it on the site, but haven't found where to purchase.
    Remember the larger the amps the fast it will charge.

    The home charger is 8 amps.

    You are running 24 batteries in your F3 correct? Before you go out for the day are you resetting your trip odometer? When you say running out how many miles are you getting?

    Remember to stay out of red it damages the batteries.

    We took Tonnys advice and when we are traveling and going to have a long day of running we will take the portable and when we stop to eat lunch or dinner we can charge for an hour and really helps!

    Charger fits in backpack.

    Dont really have issues at restaurants and bars to charge up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by landrover View Post
    How quickly does it charge?
    Keep in mind our Soneil is from 90's, it has fan but not sure if SuperCharger or not. On chair just trip doc or Walmart or grocery store less than 10min on U1 and not much more on any on 22NF or 24's.
    Never tried it on Group 27, only use Lester Charger on my H-Frames nor never used on Permobile Group 34's either, only charger come with them.
    With good batteries and run down into red: Set of U1 to full charge 20min
    Group 22NF's & 24's down into red about 30min
    Number might not be excact cause in van never let get down deep discharge and most all our use in in home and just out when have to, these days.

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    I have 34's.

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    I found a Soneil 24v 12 amp here, but it doesn't come with chair plug it seems. https://www.batterystuff.com/battery...-2424sr04.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyy View Post
    That is a smaller current charger, only 4 amp equivalent Ther 2412 is 12 amp equivalent checkout the soneil.com website.
    The charger you linked to is a 6 amp charger, or am I missing something?

    Would this one be good? http://www.chargingchargers.com/sone...s/2416srf.html

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    The one you link to is a 16 amp equivalent. The 2412 is on this link https://electricscooterparts.com/soneilchargers.html. Soneil chargers are constant current as opposed to linear current. The 2412 denotes 24 volts with 12 amp equivalence. You can read about the tech on the soneil site. And it is fast as compared to the old type chargers.

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    Thanks, I appreciate your knowledge in an area I am obviously lacking!

    With XLR plug?

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    One you first posted about that missing XLR Plug so you would have strip cord from charger and wire it to a XLR Plug, so be able to use it on your chair.
    Quote Originally Posted by landrover View Post
    Thanks, I appreciate your knowledge in an area I am obviously lacking!

    With XLR plug?
    XLR is the metal round end plug on Charger that plugs into your chair's charging port.

    Not hard to do if able use your fingers or get someone to hook wires to it for you. Think it was a PaceSaver we had years ago that charge went bad. The PaceSaver had smaller diameter XLR Plug, all plastic. DME just cut plug off bad charger and put on new charger after cutting it's bigger XLR Plug off.

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