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Blue Sea SI-Series Automatic Charging Relay

Blue Sea SI-Series Automatic Charging Relay

Description

The Blue Sea SI-Series Automatic Charging Relay allows temporary isolation of house loads from engine circuit during engine cranking to protect sensitive electronics.

Features

  • Automatically Combines Battery Banks During The Charging Cycle And Isolates Under Discharge
  • 12/24 Volt Auto Ranging Voltage Input
  • Waterproof Rated IP67 For Temporary Immersion Up To 30 Minutes
List Price
$114.39
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$89.22
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Details

 

  • Ignition protected - safe for installation aboard gasoline powered boats
  • Remote LED output indicates relay state away from ACR
  • LED light indicates when batteries are combined
  • LED blinks in undervoltage lockout and starting lockout
  • Supports high-output alternators up to 120 Amperes
  • Included with the ADD A BATTERY Dual Circuit System
  • Automatically combines battery banks during the charging cycle and isolates under discharge
  • Ignition protected - safe for installation aboard gasoline-powered boats
  • Activates from any charging source - alternators, battery chargers, or solar panels
  • Hermetically sealed contacts / vaporproof
  • Side and bottom knockouts for power cable connections
  • Clip-on cover protects and insulates terminal connections
  • Tin-plated copper studs for maximum corrosion resistance
  • 7/8" (22.22mm) stud length to accept multiple cable terminals
  • 1/4" x 0.031" male quick connect terminals for ground and remote LED and starting interrupt
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