Sure Power 12V Battery Separator 1314
12V Battery Separator MODEL 1314 charges auxiliary battery after primary battery has reached at least 13.2V. The primary battery is the priority charged battery. SIMPLE INSTALLATION Connects to primary battery, auxiliary battery and ground. Absolutely no system modifications are necessary. Model 1314 work with any type of 12V negative ground charging system 100 amps or less. MULTIPLE BATTERY CHARGING The Battery Separator allows multiple batteries to be charged from one charging source (usually, but not necessarily an alternator). When the batteries are not being charged, the Battery Separator separates or isolates the batteries. PRIORITIZED CHARGING The Battery Separator waits until the battery connected to the active charging source reaches approximately 13.2V before paralleling and charging the remaining batteries. The system disconnects at approximately 12.8V. PREVENTS CHARGING SYSTEM OVERLOAD If the current requirements are greater than the charging source can produce, the Battery Separator will automatically separate the batteries, thus directing all available charge current to the battery directly connected to the charging source. The system will then reset and re-attempt charging the auxiliary battery. A time delay prevents false switching. START ASSIST FEATURE An optional input from the key switch or a manual switch will program the Battery Separator to parallel the batteries during starting. This feature will only engage if the auxiliary battery has sufficient power available to assist in starting. UNIVERSALLY SUITED for mounting on tow vehicle or towable. VOLTAGE SPIKES generated by the coil of the solenoid are absorbed by protective circuitry built into the Battery Separator. Specifications: V Turn On 13.2 V Typical V Turn Off 12.8 V Typical Continuous Current 100 A Peak Maximum 400 A Operating Temperature Control -40°C to 85°C Solenoid -28°C to 48°C Charge Priority Main to Auxiliary Terminals Battery connection 5/16″ stud Ground, start, lamp 1/4″ spade (fast on terminals).