PSU will "outperform"
most chargers on the market today.
Ideally, a Power
Supply (PSU) should be
able to maintain an output voltage that's higher than the "minimum
required input voltage" of the charger. With normal switch
mode PSU's, the output voltage
gets lower, the harder
a PSU works, but the
the output voltage
during high Watt demands.
field chargers can only operate on supply voltages between 9V
and 15V. Some even need a minimum of 11V input voltage (for
example Swallow chargers). Therefore, if the supply voltage drops below the
"minimum required input voltage", the charger will not be able to
In such an event, some chargers display a "Low Input
Voltage" error message and stop charging, while others
just switch off.
The output voltages that were measured under actual
charging conditions, confirm that the
into the Bavaria PSU, boosts the output voltage during high Watt demands. Even
with extremely high charge rates, the
output voltage will stay close to 12Volts, ensuring a high enough
supply voltage to the charger.