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Quick-charge of sealed maintenance-free water-based batteries from the 0 point adjusted by the electronics of the electric vehicle to 100% charging level.

In 15 – 20 minutes

Alternate impedance orientated charge

Compatible battery types and quick charging times

Lithium based

20 min.

Sealed Lead-Acid

15 min.

NiCd, NiMH

20 min

Compatible battery types and quick charging times

Lithium based

20 min.

Sealed Lead-Acid

15 min.

NiCd, NiMH

20 min

A unique and new, highly effective, superimposed boost-charging method for alternating current batteries.

As a result of several years of research and development activity, a patented charger is available to our company. It is suitable for charging batteries, including (SLA, Lithium-based batteries, NiCd and NiMH) up to 100% within 15 – 25 minutes.

Charging through our appliance does not harm the batteries, but it even regenerates them.

Our charging equipment can be used for AC charging and can be used for DC charging used nowadays.


Tested by TÜV Rheinland

Test report

Patented on January 16, 2014. Hungarian Patent Office entitled “Procedure and/or switching arrangement for fast charging of batteries with bound electrolyte”. Registration number: 229590

Without 100% charging in a short period, the E-vehicle mass production will never take place.

Sandor Csernak


The AC like proton exchange quick charge system reaches a better efficiency due to the following:

1. The conversion to chemical energy works through a different principle than the DC (molecule drift)

2. The charging of the batteries is done by alternate impedance orientated AC (proton exchange) charge

3. The conversion of electronic energy into chemical energy with sound frequency alternating current based on direct current

4. Using DFRA, PWM, Power Factory Control

There are many articles issued about the 30-minute DC boost charging method. However, “all articles” fail to mention one important data. How many 30-minute boost charging cycles can be applied in case of these battery packs?

Succesful quick charging cycles without degradation. (LiFePO4 battery)


The type of battery tested by us is LuFePO4. Its price is not even half of those batteries used nowadays.


For bicycles, scooters, wheelchairs, etc., the 220V mains at home is enough for fast charging!

Comparison of ordinary DC charging and AC type quick charging

Charging time to 100% level:

At least 6-8 h

Charging time to 100% level:

SLA – 15 min ; NiCd, NiMH, LiFePO4 – 20 min

Reducing the time by higher charging current and impulse can seriously harm the structure of the battery, and it wastes faster

The time is independent of the A/h rate of the battery! The higher charging current doesn’t damage its structure.

It could work longer!

The quantity of the plumb-sulfate increasing during the time of discharge, and it can not transform back by recharging.

The quantity of the plumb-sulfate doesn’t increase during the time of usage, and it can recombine by charging.

Battery wear and tear is increasing.

It definitely slows down the wear and tear of the batteries.

The number of charging cycles is limited. (data given by the manufacturer) It could decrease with the charging method if it uses a higher charging current than 3.5C

The charging cycle increases significantly compared to the factory data if AC charging is used continuously.

The amount of energy that can be taken out of the battery gradually decreases (A / h value).

The amount of energy that can be taken out from the battery does not decrease. (Increases initially).

Overheat increasing the oxidation and reduce the lifetime of the battery.

The heat formation is less than the temperature of discharge (On normal use)

Demonstration video

In this video, you can watch the discharging and then the quick charging of a 12V 20Ah LiFePO4 type battery

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