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Updated on
6/6/17



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For questions or to order by phone please call:
(562) 423-4879
You can easily order by phone.

What is the difference between a converter and a battery charger? Click on this link:


Please use the following links to find what you need on this page:

IOTA battery chargers:
12 volt:








24 volt:



48 volt:

IQ4 Smart Charge Controllers:




IQ4 owner's manual:




72 Iota Engineering Battery Chargers / Converters  

IOTA Engineering DLS battery charger / converters / power supply .


We no longer stock IOTA Engineering Power Products.


We were an IOTA stocking distributor for around fifteen years and have
sold and shipped thousands of their chargers. Yup, that's right, thousands.
With the change in times we can not compete with the mass marketers on IOTA
battery chargers and the "Look Alike" off-brand products.

IOTA makes great products, I have an old style DLS-45 which we still use to this day (it is
charging a back-up battery as I type this).




   link to IOTA Power Products link  




To see the features of the DLS battery chargers
please click onto the following link:


The 12 and 24 volt models are popular for powering up a trolling motor on bow fishing boats.


For technical specifications on the DLS battery chargers please click onto
this link:


  
12 Volt
iota engineering mod dls-30m battery charger

1) DLS - 30 series M, 12 volt, 30 amp ( DLS - 30 - M ) UPC # 0 4023243002 2
    ( IOTA part # F69012030 )
     Standard 120 volt a.c. input only.                                                                                                                                               
    400 watt output, image link:  DLS - 30

We no longer stock the DLS-30m model.


For technical specifications on the DLS - 30 series M please click onto
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2) DLS - 30 series M/IQ4, 12 volt, 30 amp ( DLS - 30 - M/IQ4 ) UPC # 0 4023243003 9
     This model has the built-in IQ4 smart charge controller unit.
     The charging modes are:
     Initial bulk charge - the LED indicator flashes rapidly and the
     DLS output is 14.76 volts (2.46 volts per cell).
     Absorption charge - the LED indicator flashes slowly and the
     DLS output is 14.16 volts (2.36 volts per cell).
     Float charge - the LED indicator is solid and the
     DLS output is 13.56 volts (2.26 volts per cell).
More than one of these units should NEVER be connected
to the same battery bank.
For that application you would use the standard model with an
external parallel IQ/4 controller.
As we will not stock as many of these units with the built-in IQ4's
as the standard models, we will show our daily inventory.

We no longer stock the DLS-30m/IQ4 model.

For technical specifications on the DLS - 30 series M please click onto
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iota engineering dls-45m battery charger overall view iota engineering dls-45m battery connections iota dls-45m charger fan

iota engineering dls-45m specifications

3) DLS - 45 series M, 12 volt, 45 amp ( DLS - 45 M )  UPC # 040232430046
(IOTA part # F69012045 )   
This model and the DLS-55m are very popular for use
in bow fishing to power up and maintaining batteries for
a trolling / thruster motor.
Standard 120 volt a.c. input only.


We no longer stock the DLS-45m.

600 watt output,   image link: DLS - 45                                                                                                      


For technical specifications on the DLS - 45 please click onto
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4) DLS - 45 series M/IQ4, 12 volt, 45 amp ( DLS - 45 - M/IQ4 )  UPC # 040232430053
     This model has the built-in IQ4 smart charge controller unit.
     The charging modes are:
     Initial bulk charge - the LED indicator flashes rapidly and the
     DLS output is 14.76 volts (2.46 volts per cell).
     Absorption charge - the LED indicator flashes slowly and the
     DLS output is 14.16 volts (2.36 volts per cell).
     Float charge - the LED indicator is solid and the
     DLS output is 13.56 volts (2.26 volts per cell).
More than one of these units should NEVER be connected
to the same battery bank.
For that application you would use the standard model with an
external parallel IQ/4 controller.  
As we will not stock as many of these units with the built-in IQ4's
as the standard models, we will show our daily inventory.

We no longer stock this model.<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

600 watt output,   image link: DLS - 45               

For technical specifications on the DLS - 45 please click onto
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iota engineering dls-55m battery charger overall view dls-55m battery connections iota engineering dls055m cooling fan iota dls-55m specifications
5) DLS - 55 series M, 12 volt, 55 amp ( DLS - 55 M )  UPC #  040232430060
(IOTA part # F69012055 )   
This model and the DLS-45m are very popular for use
in bow fishing for power up and maintaining batteries for
a trolling / thruster motor.

These are also popular with automotive technicians for
use in programming the computers in a car.
When the included high-voltage plug is inserted into the
jack on the top of the charger it outputs a continuous 14.2 volts d.c.

We no longer stock this model.<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

A note for bow fishing.                                                 
For technical specifications on the DLS - 55 please click onto
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6) DLS - 55 series M/IQ4, 12 volt, 55 amp ( DLS - 55 - M/IQ4 )  UPC # 040232430077
     ( IOTA # F69412055 )
     This model has the built-in IQ4 smart charge controller unit.
     The charging modes are:
     Initial bulk charge - the LED indicator flashes rapidly and the
     DLS output is 14.76 volts (2.46 volts per cell).
     Absorption charge - the LED indicator flashes slowly and the
     DLS output is 14.16 volts (2.36 volts per cell).
     Float charge - the LED indicator is solid and the
     DLS output is 13.56 volts (2.26 volts per cell).

These are very popular with automotive technicians for
use when programming the electronics in a car.

More than one of these units should NEVER be connected
to the same battery bank.
For that application you would use the standard model with an
external parallel IQ/4 controller.   
As we will not stock as many of these units with the built-in IQ4's
as the standard models, we will show our daily inventory.

We no longer stock this model.<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
    600 watt output,   image link: DLS - 45               


For technical specifications on the DLS - 55 please click onto
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7) DLS - 75, 12 volt, 75 amp ( DLS - 75 )  UPC # 040232430084
( IOTA # F68012075 )     
This model where a high amp output and rapid battery
recovery are needed.
When the included high-voltage plug is inserted into the
jack on the top of the charger it outputs a continuous 14.2 volts d.c.

1000 watt output,   image link: DLS-75
Please note that the DLS-75 and DLS-75/IQ4 battery chargers have
a 25 amp plug on the power cord:

dle-75 power cord
We no longer stock this model.<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

For technical specifications on the DLS - 75 please click onto
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6) DLS - 75/IQ4, 12 volt, 75 amp ( DLS - 75 - IQ4 )
     ( IOTA part # F68412075 )
     This model has the built-in IQ4 smart charge controller unit.
     The charging modes are:
     Initial bulk charge - the LED indicator flashes rapidly and the
     DLS output is 14.76 volts (2.46 volts per cell).
     Absorption charge - the LED indicator flashes slowly and the
     DLS output is 14.16 volts (2.36 volts per cell).
     Float charge - the LED indicator is solid and the
     DLS output is 13.56 volts (2.26 volts per cell).
1000 watt output,   image link:     
Please note that the DLS-75 and DLS-75/IQ4 battery chargers have
a 25 amp plug on the power cord:

dle-75 power cord
We no longer stock this model.<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<


For technical specifications on the DLS - 75 please click onto
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24 Volt
The 24 volt models are becoming popular for recharging the batteries
used for 24 volt d.c. trolling motors as well as for use as a generator
operated power supply.

1) DLS - 27 - 15m, 24 volt, 15 amp, output voltage from 23.77 to 27.99 vdc.
( IOTA part # F69024015 )


675 watt output, image link:  DLS - 27 - 15                                                      

For technical specifications on the DLS - 27 - 15 please click onto
this link:    DLS specifications

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2) DLS - 27.2 - 25m, 24 volt, 25 amp, output voltage from 23.77 to 27.99 vdc.
IOTA # F69024025

675 watt output, image link:   DLS - 27 - 25                                                       

For technical specifications on the DLS - 27.2 - 25 please click onto
this link:   DLS specifications
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2) DLS - 27.2 - 40, 24 volt, 40 amp, output voltage from 23.77 to 27.99 vdc.
These are used extensively in alternative energy and stand-by power
systems as well as for use with a 24 volt d.c. thruster in bow fishing.


For technical specifications on the DLS - 27.2 - 40 please click onto
this link:   DLS specifications
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48 Volt

IOTA makes two different battery chargers for 48 volt battery
banks and an IQ4 smart charge controller that is specific for
the DLS-54v ( 48 volt ) series of chargers.

The first is the model DLS-54v-13m which has a 13 amp output and
comes with the high-voltage plug.
It also accepts the 54 volt IQ4 smart charge controller.

The second is the model DLS-54v-13m/IQ4 which has a 13 amp output
and has the IQ4 Smart Charge Controller built-in.

They also make a DLS-48-20 which is a 48 volt power supply only - it
will not charge batteries.

720 watt output, image link: dls-54.4v-15


For technical specifications on the DLS - 54V-13m please click onto
this link:   DLS specifications
Please note:
The output voltages given in our description are the correct ones for
charging batteries.
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IQ4 Smart Charge Controller
( IOTA part # F68876100 )  UPC # 793573072399
IQ4 smart charge controller for DLS battery
chargers:

iota engineering iq4 smart charge controller
Includes a 12" cord with a modular
plug on each end to connect to your
DLS battery charger.

For a dimensional drawing please click
onto the following link:
                                                IQ4 Dimensional Drawing

Will work on the 12, 24 and 36 volt models of DLS chargers.


Take your DLS Battery Charger to the next level...

Reduced Charge Times
The Bulk Stage allows the batteries to be charged from the full rated
output of the DLS charger.
During this stage the batteries are recharged quickly to reduce
charge times

Increased Battery Capacity
After the Bulk Stage, the batteries are held in the Absorption Stage for
a controlled period, insuring a full and complete charge.

Reduced Battery Stress
During the Float Stage, the DLS charge voltage is reduced.
This minimizes gassing while maintaining a full charge at the nominal
rate of the battery.

Weekly Equalization for Longer Battery Life
If the batteries have not received a "smart charge" during a seven-day
period, the IQ Controller will switch the DLS charger into a
pre-programmed equalization stage to top off the batteries, dissolving
any sulfate layer on the battery's internal plates and avoiding stratification.

LED Indicator
The LED Indicator on the IQ4 informs the user as to the status of the
battery and the charging stage.
When first activated, the IQ4 will set itself for the voltage of your battery
system: 12, 24 or 36 volt  .

After reading the battery, the IQ4 will initiate the charge phase that
is required.
The following voltages are approximate and are used for reference in
a 12 volt battery system.
You can double them for a 24 volt and quadruple them for a 48 volt system.

     Initial bulk charge - the LED indicator flashes rapidly and the
     DLS output is 14.76 volts (2.46 volts per cell).
     Absorption charge - the LED indicator flashes slowly and the
     DLS output is 14.16 volts (2.36 volts per cell).
     Float charge - the LED indicator is solid and the
     DLS output is 13.56 volts (2.26 volts per cell).             

Please note: if you have an old style DLS battery charger, made prior
to 2004 and without the modular jack on top, the current IQ4 can not
be adapted for use with the old style units.  

The following link will take you to a graph showing the operation of the

To see and print the owner's manual please click onto the following link:

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You can connect two 12 or 24 volt DLS battery chargers
in parallel to double their output amperage.
The IQ4 - PARALLEL smart charge controller connects to both chargers
to monitor and control the battery charging sequence and full four
stage charging.
This will work on 12, 24 or 36 volt DLS battery chargers - both chargers
must have the same voltage output (e.g. 12, 24 or 36 volt.)
This will NOT work with the 48 volt (DLS-54.4V-15) charger.
The next IQ4 below does work with the 48 volt charger.





 
What is the difference between a DLS power converter and a DLS battery charger?

The DLS converters have a set output at 12 volts d.c.,
this will power 12 volt loads and appliances but will NOT
charge a battery.
The DLS battery chargers have a higher voltage, they will
operate your 12 volt loads and applicances (some ham radio
operators use them for power supplies) and will
also charge your batteries.

ALL of the DLS models we stock are battery chargers which will do both jobs.

If you have any questions, just call us at (562) 423-4879.

John

 
A note on bow fishing applications.

When choosing an IOTA DLS charger for use on a bow fishing boat
you should consider the capabilities of your generator.

Many generators have high wattage ratings but you should also look
at the amp rating of your 120 volt outlets.

It has come up in the past where a customer had a huge generator
but the outlets had 10 amp circuit breakers.

Once the halogen lights were plugged in, there was not enough capacity
in the circuit breakers to handle the battery chargers.
The amp draw on a 500 watt halogen light is about 4.25 amps.

The following are the input (120 volts a.c.) amp draws of some of the
IOTA DLS chargers at full output:

DLS-45m @ 11 amps

DLS-55m @ 12 amps

DSL-27-25m @ 12 amps

DLS-27-40 @ 20 amps

In some instances it may be necessary to check the owner's
manual on the generator for instructions on how to draw
120 volts a.c. from the 220/240 v.a.c. output.

Please click the back button on your browser to return
to the DLS model you were looking at.





Prices and specifications are subject to change without notice.



  
Both the IQ4 and Quick Charge plug fit into this
receptacle on the current production IOTA chargers.
To return to DLS section please click onto DLS

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Early Style IOTA Chargers:
jumper terminals used to raise voltage to 14.2 vdc To raise the charging voltage to 14.2 volts on the early
IOTA chargers without the plug-in control jack, just place a jumper wire
on these two screw terminals. This is recommended for use with a
generator to reduce the generator running time.  It should NOT
be considered a permanent modification as long term charging
of a 12 volt battery at 14.2 volts can cause over-charging.
The IQ3 Smart Charge Control also uses these two screw terminals
and one of the power output lugs. They have instructions on the control
as to which wire goes where.
The IQ3 smart controller has been out of production since late 2005 and
the factory no longer has them.

 
IOTA battery charger, notice the simple power outlets and ATC fuse block. Power output block - strip wire, insert and tighten screws.



For a small maintenance type battery charger we recommend the
Battery Tender series which we no longer stock.
 





 
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* Asterisk indicates that the model is not UL Listed.

 
An important note on connecting DLS battery chargers in
parallel.
Do not connect two DLS chargers in parallel if one or both of them
has the built-in IQ4 smart charge controller.
Do not connect two DLS chargers in parallel if on or both of them
has the external IQ4 smart charge controller attached.
In either case, if one charger goes into turbo mode it's high
voltage output will damage the other charger.
The PARALLEL IQ4 controller operates both chargers together
in each charging stage.


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