84-2056-01

Xantrex Battery Status & Freedom Inverter/Charger Remote Control

Xantrex Battery Status & Freedom Inverter/Charger Remote Control

Description

The Xantrex Battery Status & Freedom Inverter/Charger Remote Control allows for remote control of Freedom Combi, Freedom 458 and Freedom Marine Series Inverter/Charger systems.

Features

  • Push button control of power sharing, equalizing, battery set-up
  • Independent invert and charge on/off controls
  • LED warning indictors for low battery and overload warning
List Price
$165.00
Your Price
$126.04
In Stock

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Details

Provides Valuable Inverter/Charger System Monitoring and Control. It is easy to read, operate and install, and all controls can be accessed directly from the front panel.

Product Features

  • Multi-colored LED displays battery state of charge, fault conditions, AC input, DC voltage and DC amperage
  • Splash resistant design
  • Incoming AC breaker selection allows programmable power sharing
  • Easy to install
  • One year warranty


Note: The 24-volt models of Freedom Combo inverter/chargers require a different Freedom Remote the Freedom Remote - 24V SKU 82-0101-04

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Xantrex Battery Status & Freedom Inverter/Charger Remote Control 84-2056-01 Heart FDM-12-25 remote panel, battery status and freedom inverter/charger remote control
$126.04
In Stock

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