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EZGo or Western 42 Volt 17 Amp Battery Charger
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EZGo 42 Volt 17 Amp Battery Charger

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42 Volt 17 Amp Golf Cart Charger w/ Powerwise EZ-GO Connector for carts that were upgraded with a 7th battery. Made by Schauer.
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    In Stock

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  • Voltage (VDC)


  • Max DC Current (A)


  • Warranty

    2 Year


This charger comes with the EZGO Powerwise 'D' style connector not the grooved Powerwise connector used with some Western golf cars. To use your Western special Powerwise connector you will need to create a pigtail using the SB50 connector. This Japlar Schauer golf cart charger is specifically designed to work with EZ Go Carts that have the space to include a 7th battery. The hardwired six foot output cord comes standard with the EZ Go 1.5ft connector. The JAC1742 features an auto-sensing universal input from 100-240VAC. It is perfect for wet cell, gel and AGM style deep cycle batteries. The JAC1742 is made with a durable aluminum case and has flanges for mounting.

If you need a charger for your Western Cart please follow this link. This is NOT the charger you need if you have a Western Golf Cart with similar looking PowerWise "D" plug connector. They are slightly different.

Product Specs
Availability Note: In Stock
Brand: Schauer
Model: JAC1742-EZGO
Chemistry: Lead Acid
Input Frequency (Hz): 50/60
Voltage (VDC): 42
Input Voltage (VAC): 100-240
Output Voltage - Charging (V): 51.9
Max AC Current (A): N/A
Output Voltage - Float (V): 47.3
Output Banks: 1
Max DC Current (A): 17
Ripple (%): No
Operating Temp. Range (oC): 32-120
Warranty: 2 Year
Dimensions (LxWxH - metric): 286 x 178 x 171
Weight (lb): 11
Dimensions (LxWxH - inches): 11.25 x 7.0 x 6.75

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  • Why Won’t My Brand New EZGO Charger Work? No Lights Turn ON!

    If your new EZ GO charger is not working there are several things you can check to try and resolve the issue:

    1. 1. The most common step that is overlooked is checking to see if the cart is in tow mode. When the cart is in tow mode the receptacle is disengaged and the charger will not be able to recognize there are batteries present.
    2. 2. Make sure the charger plug is fully inserted into the golf carts receptacle.
    3. 3. Make sure the AC outlet is functioning properly.
    4. 4. If you recently installed new batteries ensure they were connected in series properly and register the correct voltage at the receptacle.
    5. 5. Check the inline fuses on the charger.
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