Battery Chargers

Battery Chargers

CFM are proud to be official suppliers of S.P.E. battery chargers.

S.P.E. are manufactures of onboard and standalone SMART Battery Chargers for Wet and Gel traction batteries.

With over 35 years of experience, S.P.E. has become a leader in the electronic battery charger field.
Smart Chargers

SPE CBSW1, CBSW2 & CBSC4 Smart Electronic Battery Chargers are manufactured with advanced Mosfet technology having high frequency and insulation transformer.


SPE CBN1, CBN2 & CBN4 Electronic battery chargers are designed with special electronic circuitary, providing excellent reliability and thyristor control. The output current is adjusted electronically in the different charge phases, this is indicated ...

High Frequency

State of the art, high frequency battery chargers utilising energy-conserving and high-efficiency technologies for today's demanding markets.


CFM carry the full range of GENUINE replacement plugs for all S.P.E Battery Chargers and Smart Battery Chargers. !!<>!!Note: Use of copy parts may invalidate the warranty of your equipment. !!<>!!


CFM carry the full range of GENUINE accessories for all S.P.E Battery Chargers and Smart Battery Chargers. Hour Meters, Key and Pole Switches, Keys and Battery Indicators. !!<>!!Note: Use of copy parts may invalidate ...

Useful Information from Cotswold Floor Machines What is a Thyristor?
A thyristor is a four-layer semiconductor that is often used for handling large amounts of power. While a thyristor can be turned on or off, it can also regulate power using something called phase angle control. This allows the amount of power output to be controlled by adjusting the angle of the current input. An example of this is the a dimmer switch for a light.

While thyristors have the advantage of using phase angle control and handling large amounts of power, they are not as suitable for low power applications. This is because they can only be turned off by switching the direction of the current. For this reason, a thyristor may take longer to turn on or off that other semiconductors. Also, thyristors can only conduct in one direction, making them impractical for applications that require current to be conducted to and from each device