72 Volt Golf Cart Battery Chargers

Chargers with Crowsfoot Connector

Crowsfoot plug Quick Charge golf cart charger
  Quick Charge QP7220CF

Chargers with Gray SB50 Connector

Gray SB50 DPI golf cart charger Dual Pro Eagle golf cart charger Quick Charge golf cart charger
  DPI 7212SB-G
Eagle i7212SB-G
Quick Charge QP7220SB-G

Chargers with STAR Connector

STAR DPI golf cart charger Dual Pro Eagle golf cart charger
  DPI 7212Star
Eagle i7212Star

72 Volt Bad Boy Buggies with Notched Connector

Medium Use
(18 Holes of golf,
typical cart use)
EZGO 48 volt
DPI golf cart charger    
  DPI 7212EZN

72 Volt Golf Cart Battery Chargers

We carry several lines of battery chargers for 72 volt golf or industrial carts. All are USA made, and have a 3 year warranty. Our chargers are the latest, microprocessor controlled units, with maintenance modes for maintaining your cart for days, weeks, or months after a charge is completed. There are different connectors from the charger to the cart, including the crowsfoot, the gray Anderson SB50, and the Star. There are other color and amperage Anderson connectors and other types available. Check the pictures of the connectors to verify that it is appropriate to your cart. If you don't see what you need, please call.

We break down charger types to moderate use, medium use, and heavy use. The higher the use, the higher the charger amp rate needed to assure full charge overnight. Moderate use would be a cart used around your small to medium property, running down to the mailbox, barn, etc. Medium use would be typical golf cart use - 9 to 18 holes of golf for instance. Heavy use (25 amps and up) would be hours a day, where the cart is deeply discharged. None of our chargers would hurt the batteries in any case.

We recommend charging routinely, rather than waiting until the batteries are discharged deeply, and leaving the charger plugged in when the cart won't be used for some time, or you are not sure. A lot of chargers are ordered when the customer actually has a battery issue - i.e. the cart was left sitting and the batteries discharged to the point where the charger won't recognize them, so it doesn't initiate a charge. Happens all the time in the spring time. See our Golf Cart Charging page, for this issue and others.

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