The new FlexMod LVD is a family of configurable electronic modules that protect batteries and battery powered equipment. FlexMod LVD automatically shuts down non-essential loads when the battery runs low, and automatically restores the non-essential loads when the battery power returns to normal levels. There are two inputs (one analog and one digital) and two solid state outputs (one 10A, one 200mA) that can be programmed to do almost any job. Several standard units have been created to specific application needs, including the 48610 Electronic Low Voltage Disconnect which preserves battery banks; the 48636 Electronic Timer for Interior Lighting, which prevents the internal lights inside a vehicle from being left on and draining the battery; the 48540 Smart Battery Isolator Controller, which monitors two battery banks and controls one or more relays or contactors to protect starting power; and the 48541 Electronic Voltage Sensing Relay & Timer, which monitors both battery voltage and ignition status, shutting down non-critical loads when the cutoff voltage is reached. Custom parameters can be programmed into one of the off-shelf modules.
Cole Hersee Co., www.colehersee.com