Noco Genius G7200AU Smart Charger 12V & 24V 7.2A 7200mA




Input Voltage AC 220-240 VAC, 50-60Hz
Working Voltage AC 220-240 VAC, 50-60Hz
Input Current 2000mA RMS Max
Efficiency 85% Approx.
Power 150W Max
Charging Voltage 14.4/28.8V, 14.7/29.4V (Cold/AGM),
13.6V (Supply),
16.5V (Boost)
Charging Current 7200mA (12V),
3600mA (24V),
5000mA (Supply),
1500mA (Boost)
Back Current Drain <5mA
Ripple <2%
Ambient Temperature 0°C to +40°C
Charger Type 12 Step, Fully Automatic,
Type of Batteries 12V & 24V Lead-Acid
Battery Chemistries Wet, Gel, MF & AGM
Battery Capacity 14-230Ah (12V),
14-120Ah (24V),
Maintains All Battery Sizes
Housing Protection IP65
Cooling Natural Convection
Noise Level <50dB
Dimensions (L x W x H) 8.9 x 3.8 x 2.4 Inches
Weight 1.7 Pounds
  • G7200 Charger
  • Battery Clamp Connectors
  • Eyelet Terminal Connectors
  • Owner's Manual & User Guide
The time required for the G7200 to charge a normally discharged battery is shown below. Deeply discharged batteries may take longer to charge depending on the depth of discharge (DOD). The charge time is based on an average depth of discharge to a fully charged battery.

Note: The above table is for reference purposes only. Actual data may differ due to battery conditions. The time required for the G7200 to charge a normally discharged battery is based on an average DOD of 50%.





Step 1: Diagnostics
Checks the battery voltage to make sure battery connections are good and the battery is in a stable condition before beginning the charge process.

Step 2: Recovery
Initializes the Recovery process, if needed, for deeply discharged or sulfated (desulfation) batteries by pulsing small amounts of current.

Step 3: Soft Start
Begins Bulk charging process with a gentle (soft) charge.

Step 4-7: Bulk
The Bulk charging process continues using Max Rate, High Rate, Medium Rate and Low Rate charges and returns 80% of battery capacity, indicated by the 25%, 50% and 75% CHARGE LEDs.

Step 8: Absorption
Brings the charge level to 90%. The battery charger will deliver small amounts of current to provide a safe, efficient charge and limit battery gassing.

Step 9: Trickle
Battery is fully charged and ready to use, indicated by the 100% CHARGE LED being a solid Green. In this step, the battery charger will only deliver enough current to keep the battery full. If the battery tells the charger that more current is needed, the battery charger will switch to Maintenance.

Step 10: Maintenance
Continuously monitors the battery voltage to determine if a Maintenance charge should be initiated. If the terminal voltage falls below 12.8V (12V) and 25.6V (24V), the charger will start the Maintenance cycle until voltage reaches 14.4V (12V) and 28.8V (24V) and then discontinues the charge cycle. The cycle between Trickle and Maintenance is repeated indefinitely to keep the battery at full charge, without overcharging. The battery charger can be left connected indefinitely.

Step 11: 13.6V Supply
The 13.6V SUPPLY mode is used for low voltage batteries, maintenance charging or as a power supply.

Step 12: 16V Boost
The 16V BOOST mode is used to recover battery capacity from a stratified (sulfated) battery by applying a specialized high 16.5V (17V Max) voltage to soften and melt down sulfate from the battery plates so that the material becomes usable again.

Collections: Chargers & Jump Packs

Type: Charger

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