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Xantrex Freedom Sequence Intelligent Power Manager

Xantrex Freedom Sequence Intelligent Power Manager

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The Xantrex Freedom Sequence Intelligent Power Manger is an intelligent energy management system that provides automatic power and load management for RVs when powered by shore power or generator.

Features

  • Real time independent monitoring of AC loads
  • Power management for different available sources
  • Manages a complex system from a single remote System Control Panel
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Freedom Sequence Intelligent Power Manager (EMS)

The Xantrex Freedom Sequence is an intelligent energy management system (EMS) that provides automatic power & load management for Recreational Vehicles (RVs) when powered by shore power or generator.

IQ FOR YOUR RV OR BOAT!

Together with the Freedom SW Inverter/Charger, System Control Panel (SCP) and Automatic Generator Start (AGS), the Freedom Sequence provides a complete integrated power management solution for RVs. The Freedom Sequence enables you to monitor and control all the power components from a single, easy to use System Control Panel, rather than multiple, mismatched, control panels. When used with the Freedom SW Inverter/Charger and the Automatic Generator Start, the Freedom Sequence provides automatic generator starting and stopping and automatic inverter assist support for maximum load usage, all behind the scenes. These power components that form a single, cohesive 'Freedom SW Power System' are manufactured by Xantrex and are able to communicate with each other.

The Freedom Sequence automatically manages RV power needs while helping to minimize the nuisance caused by tripping of circuit breakers.

Features:
  • Manages the complex RV or boat power system from a single remote System Control Panel
  • Smooth integration with the Freedom SW inverter/charger to provide a total power solution
  • Power management for different available sources including 50Amp Service, 30Amp Service, 20Amp Service and Generator
  • Independent modular design allows use with any breaker panel
  • Automatic inverter assist mode to provide additional power to support high peak power demands
  • Automatically sheds and re-engages loads to avoid the nuisance circuit breaker tripping
  • 4 AC and 4 DC relays for wider options on load shedding
  • Automatic detection of 120/240 Vac split phase AC source
  • Real time independent monitoring of AC loads
  • Quick programming of custom OEM configuration
  • Quick-connect AC terminals for fast and easy AC wiring (no strain relief required)
  • Easy to operate and configure
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