MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - January 24, 2013) - Legends Business Group (PINKSHEETS: LGBS), today announced its highly anticipated Zombie Chargers product line is now accepting pre-orders for beta versions of its Multi-Function Charger Controller (MFCC) and Restorer Charger (RC). For pre-order information please visit http://www.zombiechargers.com/products.asp
As announced on January 17, 2013, the Zombie Chargers product line is currently being manufactured and the company is releasing a beta version of both the MFCC and RC to the public. Legends has confirmed with the manufacturer that they will have products ready to ship in the next few weeks and Legends is now accepting pre-orders for beta versions. For Zombie Chargers product updates please visit: http://www.zombiechargers.com
"The Zombie Chargers product line is ready for preliminary release to the public," said Rudy Sablon, LGBS's President and CEO. "We are pleased with the current progress that has exceeded our current projections and are eager to hear from our customers about their experiences in energy savings and about their success with restoring batteries."
Described as a state-of-the-art multi-function charging controller, the MFCC, is powered by either an AC or Solar input and will automatically detect and charge lead acid or sealed lead acid batteries. The device will automatically adjust for the following voltages, 12, 24, 36, and 48VDC. This unit will also provide real time charging information to a terminal session established on computer via a standard onboard serial port. The MFCC utilizes complex charging algorithms in association with bi-directional feedback to attain the optimal charging sequence for each charging sessions. Unlike conventional chargers, which tend to use only one method and one direction, the MFCC digitally and thermally continuously adjusts throughout the charging cycle.
Described as a state-of-the-art battery restorer, the RC is based on the MFCC charging technology. The Restorer-Charger can be powered by either, an AC or Solar input and will automatically restore and charge lead acid or sealed lead acid batteries. This unit can also provide real time information to a terminal session established on a computer via a standard onboard serial displaying how long it takes the battery to drain and how long it takes to recharge. In using this information, the computer will determine when the battery is at its peak charge and is ready to be unplugged. Like the MFCC the restorer utilizes complex charging algorithms in association with bi-directional feedback to attain the optimal charging sequence for each charging sessions. Unlike conventional rejuvenators and de-sulfating equipment, which tend to use high current to restore batteries the RC continuously adjusts throughout its complex cycle.
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About Legends Business Group
Legends Business Group, Inc., was incorporated in March 2006, and is a publicly traded company. The company has recently refocused its purpose and has moved itself into the alternative and exotic energy marketplace. For more information please visit: http://www.legendspower.com
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