QuiQ-DCI
QuiQ-dci: 1 kW High Frequency Industrial Battery Charger / DC-DC Converter

The QuiQ-dci combines the technology of Delta-Q’s QuiQ battery charger with an integrated DC-DC power converter for the operation of vehicle accessories, such as lights, turning signals and entertainment devices. Integrating the two components saves an OEM system integration, sourcing and inventory costs. The QuiQ-dci is sold in 48, 72 and 96 volts of direct current (VDC) models.

  • Integrated charger / converter operates 12V on-board accessories and saves space, weight and cabling

  • Integrated data logging


  • High efficiency and global AC input


  • QuiQ™ optimized charging profiles

  • Designed for on-board applications

  • Lead acid (flooded, AGM and GEL) and lithium battery compatibility

 

Charger DC Output 48 VDC 72 VDC 96 VDC
DC Output Voltage - Nominal 48 V 72 V 96 V
DC Output Voltage - Maximum 68 V 100 V 135 V
DC Output Current - Maximum 18 A 12 A 8.5 A
DC Output Power - Maximum 1000 W 1000 W 945 W
Deep Discharge Recovery - Minimum voltage 12 V 18 V 24 V
Interlock Current - Maximum 1 A 0.5 A 0.5 A
Battery Type Lead acid (Wet / AGM / GEL), lithium ion
Reverse Polarity Electronic protection with auto-reset
Short Circuit Electronic current limit
Converter DC Output 48 VDC 72 VDC 96 VDC
No-load Power Draw < 0.7 W < 0.7 W < 0.9 W
Battery DC Input Voltage Range 35-87 V 50-130 V 60-150 V
DC Output Voltage 13.5 +/- 0.7 V
Continuous/Peak Output Current 30 A / 60 A
Output Lines Switched, direct (unswitched)
AC Input
AC Input Voltage - Range 85 - 265 VAC
AC Input voltage - Nominal 120 VAC / 230 VAC rms
AC Input Frequency 45 - 65 Hz
AC Input Current - Maximum/Nominal 12 A / 9.5 A @120 VAC; 5 A rms @230 VAC
AC Power Factor - Nominal > 0.99 @ 120 VAC / > 0.98 @ 230 VAC
Mechanical
Dimensions 28.0 x 24.6 x 11.0 cm (11 x 9.7 x 4.3”)
Weight < 6 kg. (< 13 lbs.)
AC input connector IEC320/C14 (requires country-specific cord)
DC output connector OEM specific with 12 AWG wire
Regulatory
Safety UL approved to UL1564 3rd Ed. and CSA 107.2, EN 60335-2-29. Designed to meet UL2202 1st Ed.
Emission FCC Part 15 / ICES 003 Class A, EN 55011
Immunity EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3, EN61000-4-2/-3/-4/-5/-6/-11
Environmental
Enclosure IP66 (NEMA4)
Operating Temperature -30°C to +50°C (-22°F to 122°F). Derated at >30°C (86°F), > 0°C (32°F)
Storage Temperature -40°C to +70°C (-40°F to 158°F)
Special features
Battery temperature monitor
Multi-color LED indicator for >80% charge, full charge, fault
Field programmable with up to 10 QuiQ charging profiles
Download charge / event data using QuiQ Programmer
Options
• OEM Specific DC Output Cord
• Localized AC Input Cord
• Reverse or Dry Contact Interlocks
• Handle

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Conference Papers
  • ‘The Effect of Ripple Steering on Control Loop Stability for a CCM PFC Boost Converter.’

    Musavi, F.; Edington, M.; Eberle, W., Dunford, W.G. IEEE Energy Conversion and Congress, 2011. ECCE 2011. Phoenix, Arizona. 17-22 September 2011.

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  • ‘Energy Efficiency in Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Chargers: Evaluation and Comparison of Front End AC-DC Topologies.’

    Musavi, F.; Edington, M.; Eberle, W., Dunford, W.G. IEEE Energy Conversion and Congress, 2011. ECCE 2011. Phoenix, Arizona. 17-22 September 2011.

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  • ‘An Automotive On-Board 3.3 kW Battery Charger for PHEV Application.’

    Gautam, D.; Musavi, F.; Edington, M.; Eberle, W., Dunford, W.G. Seventh Annual IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference, 2011. VPPC 2011. Chicago, IL. 6-9 September 2011.

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  • ‘A Phase Shifted Semi-Bridgeless Boost Power Factor Corrected Converter for Plug in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Battery Chargers.’

    Musavi, F.; Eberle, W., Dunford, W.G. IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition, 2011. APEC 2011. Fort Worth, TX. 6-10 March 2011, Page(s): 821 – 828.

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  • ‘A High-Performance Single-Phase AC-DC Power factor Corrected Boost Converter for Plug in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Battery Chargers.’

    Musavi, F.; Eberle, W., Dunford, W.G. IEEE Energy Conversion and Congress, 2010. ECCE 2010. Atlanta, GA. 12-16 September 2010, Page(s): 3588 – 3595.

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  • ‘Efficiency Evaluation of Single-Phase Solutions for AC-DC PFC Boost Converters for Plug-in-Hybrid Electric Vehicle Battery Chargers.’

    Musavi, F.; Eberle, W., Dunford, W.G. Sixth Annual IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference, 2010. VPPC 2010. Lille, France. 1-3 September 2010, Page(s): 1 – 6.

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Journal Papers
  • ‘Casting an innovative approach to charger reliability’

    Delta-Q Vice President of Engineering Guy Pearson discusses how the company built the most reliable, durable industrial battery charger possible within the IC650's die cast aluminum enclosure. IUV Magazine. November / December 2012 Issue. Found at www.iuvmag.com. Pages 18-20.

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  • ‘Evaluation and Efficiency Comparison of Front End AC-DC Plug-in Hybrid Charger Topologies.’

    Musavi, F.; Edington, M.; Eberle, W., Dunford, W.G. IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid. Volume: 3, Issue: 1, Year: 2012, Page(s): 413-421.

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  • ‘A High-Performance Single-Phase Bridgeless Interleaved PFC Converter for Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Battery Chargers.’

    Musavi, F.; Eberle, W., Dunford, W.G. IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, 2011. Volume: 47 , Issue: 4 Page(s):536 – 541.

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White Papers

Delta-Q is a leader in the design of high frequency power conversion and power management products. We use revolutionary power topologies in the design of our chargers and integrated products.

These White Papers provide some in-depth technical explanation of Delta-Q’s unique benefits.

  • ‘Chargers Integral to PHEV Success’

    This paper was presented by Stuart Evans at the 23rd International Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Symposium & Expo (EVS-23) in Anaheim, California, December 2-5, 2007.

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  • ‘QuiQ-dci - On-Board Battery Charger With Integrated 12V DC-DC to Power Accessory Loads’

    This paper was presented by Stuart Evans at the 22nd International Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Symposium & Expo (EVS-22) in Yokohama, Japan, October 23-28, 2006, and by Conway Hui at the 2006 Industrial Utility Vehicle Conference in Lincolnshire, IL from September 21-22, 2006.

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  • ‘QuiQ™ – High Efficiency Grid Friendly Battery Charger’

    This paper was presented by Rob Cameron, Delta-Q’s co-founder, as part of the Small Lecture Series for the 20th International Electric Vehicle Symposium titled "Powering Sustainable Transportation" held November 15-19, 2003 in Long Beach, California.

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  • ‘QuiQ™ Technology for Optimum Charge’

    The QuiQ™ charger from Delta-Q incorporates new technologies that offer significant advantages over all other present-day low or high frequency chargers. This overview White Paper describes the QuiQ™ technology, and compares it against older low-frequency Ferro-Resonant and other HF chargers.

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OEM Support Portal

Technical support resources are available to OEMs using standard or customized Delta-Q chargers and accessories. Click below for answers to Frequently Asked Questions, a link to contact OEM Support, and a form to request access to the password protected OEM Support Portal.