The 48525 and 48530 Smart Battery Isolators prevent loads on the auxiliary battery from the starting battery. The devices offer users more flexibility since they are not specific to an alternator type. Because the Smart Battery Isolator reduces charging system workload by not connecting to the auxiliary until the primary battery is charged to 13.2 V, there is less strain on expensive charging components. No diode efficiency losses occur when using the Smart Battery Isolator, and it also allows bi-directional charging from the alternator or from other chargers or components. In addition, the device is also smaller and lighter, and it generates less heat than competitive products, according to the company. The Smart Battery Isolator is available in 85-A and 200-A versions. COLE HERSEE CO., Boston, MA. (617) 268-2100.
Company: COLE HERSEE CO.
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