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Benefits Of Remote Monitor

 

BENEFITS OF OPTIONAL REMOTE CONTROL OR MONITOR

A Remote Control (RC) conveniently located inside the RV can save time and the trouble of going outside to a compartment to control the unit. We use the RC to verify that all AC is off before going to bed, thus saving our battery power. Monitors can show what the system is doing and they can be quite sophisticated. They tell charging, amps, load amps, voltages and Amp Hour values on the bar graph, LCD or LED display. They hook up with telephone type wire and plugs. Some models are more complicated to operate.

FUSE PROTECTION FOR YOUR RV BATTERIES & INVERTER

An RV with multiple batteries has tremendous energy. Locating a "CATASTROPHE FUSE" in the heavy wire at the battery bank can avert a vehicle fire. The fuse must be heavy enough to allow operation of the vehicle starter, large inverter and generator, but will blow only if a dangerous short circuit occurs. Some equipment requires a surge greater than 200 amps. We supple a type T fuse 250 Amp for most RV systems.

Adding the fuse in the negative line, rather than the positive line, prevents accidental short circuits or contact with (-) and protects the entire system.

A CATASTROPHE FUSE is included in Sensor/Fuse Kit
This complete assembly & kit is an option for our RV-30 Digital Monitor and High Capacity Regulator. We encourage the use of the pre-assembled kit since it already includes 2/0 battery cable, small sensor wire, connections and instructions. Also see Noel's Package which is not a kit but a complete installation.

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