RV Custom Battery Latching Disconnect RVC1002
The RV Custom Battery Latching Disconnect RVC1002 allows user/service technicians to disconnect Chassis/Coach batteries for storage or service.
- These high tech units do not draw current in either the “ON” or “OFF” position.
- Operating Voltage: 8-14V
- RV Custom Battery Latching Disconnect RVC1002
- Use to disconnect Coach house battery for winter or temporary storage.
- Amperage Draw: 4AMP 100 AMP total rating.
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- This relay can only be wired to a momentary (On) / Off / (On) switch. If wired to a On / Off / On switch then the coil of the relay will over-heat and burn out.
Storing your RV battery for the Winter:
The two most common causes for RV battery failure are undercharging and overcharging. Undercharging is a result of batteries being repeatedly discharged and not fully recharged between cycles. If a battery is not recharged the sulfate material that attaches to the discharged portions of the plates begins to harden into crystals. Over time this sulfate cannot be converted back into active plate material and the battery is ruined. This also occurs when a battery remains discharged for an extended period of time, like during storage. Sulfation is the number one cause of battery failure. Preventing your RV battery from becoming completely discharged during storage can be accomplished by using the RV Custom Battery Latching Disconnect RVC1002 and a simple switch to completely disconnect your battery from the coach.
RV Custom Battery Latching Disconnect RVC1002 utilizes the electrical current pulse or internal permanent magnet material to maintain a set position without the constant application of an electrical current. … As the current flows in one direction energizing the coil field in the RV Custom Battery Latching Disconnect RVC1002, it adds to the pull of the permanent magnet.
Latching solenoids can be turned off for most of the “on” cycle allowing the use of a higher current pulse which produces faster speed operation and generates a higher pull force without the excessive power consumption or heat generation of a conventional solenoid. While holding in either the on or off position, latching solenoids utilize almost no power, produce no heat and generate no electrical noise compared to conventional solenoids. Due to their low power consumption, latching solenoids are well suited for battery operated applications.