Battery Protect Relays (solid state)

Battery Protect Relays (solid state)

(art.no. 5074100, 5074200)

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A TBP Battery Protect Relay protects your batteries from non essential loads before the battery is completely discharged. Causing damage to batteries and potentially a shortage of cranking power to start your engine. These (solid state-) relays also protect connected electrical appliances against over voltage. The battery load is disconnected whenever the DC voltage goes beyond 16V (12V mode) or 32V (24V mode).

The TBP products are microprocessor controlled and contain 10 user selectable programs for different disconnect and reconnect voltages.

A TBP relay can also be controlled remotely by a switch, to manually disconnect the load from the battery when a system is for example left unattended for a prolonged time. An alarm output can be used to connect to a buzzer that activates once an undervoltage is detected.

Currently there are two solid state models available, the 60A TBP-60 and 200A TBP-200. Please download the product datasheet from the link below for more information. For a higher current (500A) latching contactor style Battery Protect Relay, please check this page.

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