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Blue Sea ML-Series Heavy Duty Automatic Charging Relay

Blue Sea ML-Series Heavy Duty Automatic Charging Relay

Description

The Blue Sea ML-Series Heavy Duty Automatic Charging Relay senses charging on two battery banks.

Features

  • Manual Control Switch Provides An Added Level Of Safety Allowing Control With Or Without Power And Offering Locked Off Capability For Servicing
  • Includes ML-Series Remote Control Contura Switch PN 2146
  • 500 Ampere Continuous Rating
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  • Magnetic Latch (ML)-ACR draws very low current (<10 mA to monitor terminal voltage) in the "ON" or "OFF" states, and draws moderate current for very short time when changing state
  • Start Isolation (SI)-Can be configured for temporary isolation of House loads from Engine circuit during engine cranking to protect sensitive electronics
  • Engine Isolation (EI)-Can be configured for isolation of two engines while both are running to protect engine electronics and maximize alternator output 
  • Supports high-output alternators up to 500 Amps
  • LED output to remotely indicate when batteries are combined, isolated, in voltage lockout, in Start or Engine isolation
  • 3/8"-16 tin-plated copper studs for maximum conductivity and corrosion resistance
  • 7/8" (22mm) stud length accepts multiple cable terminals
  • Label recesses for circuit protection
  • Silver alloy contacts provide high reliability for switching live loads

 

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