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Xantrex TRUECharge2 Remote Panel

Xantrex TRUECharge2 Remote Panel

Description

The Xantrex TRUECharge2 Remote Panel is designed for use with TRUECharge2 battery chargers.

Features

  • Gives the user flexibility to set maximum charger output current
  • Simple push buttons to change charger settings
  • Displays faults and warnings, basic battery level and settings
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$100.00
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$79.44
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This full-function remote allows you to monitor and control battery charger performance from a remote location, including features not accessible from the charger's onboard display. The TRUECHARGE™2 Remote Panel reads like a fuel gauge and displays critical information on charging of battery banks. It is very easy to install, read and operate, connecting with the battery charger through the included telephone cable.

Product Features

  • Allows the charger to be powered on or placed into standby while AC power is connected
  • Programs the charger for battery type and temperature
  • Displays the current status of each battery or each battery bank
  • FCC Class B compliant
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Xantrex TRUECharge2 Remote Panel 808-8040-01 TRUECharge2 remote panel for 20, 40 and 60 AMP
$79.44
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