What capacity Voltage Converter do I need to charge mobility scooter in Europe?
My mobility scooter has a 270W motor. It operates with two 12V 12Ah batteries. The battery charger works only with 110 current. Voltage converters seem to be rated by watts. What capacity voltage converter would I need to buy to recharge my batteries in Europe? I do not want to tote around a volume or weight than necessary. Same question for a 450W scooter. My charger is 2 amps. Rascal, your main issue is the minimum capacity to support these two batteries and how time it takes. In general, shippers are valued at a volt and amp rating. I’m willing to bet that your two batteries are wired in series. You would need a charger that provides at least 27 watts, 1.2 amps at 24 volts. Now we’ll change it around a little bit and get something that you do not need an electrical outlet, and would any anywhere you want to go. Look Up “batteries fuel. “These clever devices are small, but can charge your battery literally anywhere, as long as you have fuel to feed it. Typically, they use propane cyl
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