Internet #206793221

Model # RB-BS-1315

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100 Amp Bi-Directional Battery Separator

$ 72 15

Overview

Ensure reliable engine starting with this 100 Amp bi-directional battery separator for 12-Volt systems. The battery separator will protect the main battery from power drain and will engage when either the main battery or the auxiliary battery exceeds 13.2-Volt - 13.5-Volt. The battery separator will disconnect the main battery system from the auxiliary battery when the system voltage falls below 12.8-Volt.

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Product Overview

Ensure reliable engine starting with this 100 Amp bi-directional battery separator for 12-Volt systems. The battery separator will protect the main battery from power drain and will engage when either the main battery or the auxiliary battery exceeds 13.2-Volt - 13.5-Volt. The battery separator will disconnect the main battery system from the auxiliary battery when the system voltage falls below 12.8-Volt.
  • For vehicles and boats with main and auxiliary battery systems and alternator
  • Battery separators provide a solenoid priority system for multi-battery systems
  • When main battery is low, the separator will utilize auxiliary battery power to assist in vehicle starting
  • Time-delay function prevents battery separator from reacting to temporary voltage fluctuations

Product Overview

Model #: RB-BS-1315
Internet #: 206793221

Ensure reliable engine starting with this 100 Amp bi-directional battery separator for 12-Volt systems. The battery separator will protect the main battery from power drain and will engage when either the main battery or the auxiliary battery exceeds 13.2-Volt - 13.5-Volt. The battery separator will disconnect the main battery system from the auxiliary battery when the system voltage falls below 12.8-Volt.

  • For vehicles and boats with main and auxiliary battery systems and alternator
  • Battery separators provide a solenoid priority system for multi-battery systems
  • When main battery is low, the separator will utilize auxiliary battery power to assist in vehicle starting
  • Time-delay function prevents battery separator from reacting to temporary voltage fluctuations

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4.75
Product Height (in.)
4.25
Product Width (in.)
3.44

Details

Automotive Fuse Type
Fusible Link
Electrical Product Type
Fuse
Fuse Type
Automotive
Includes fuse tester/puller
No
Maximum Amperage (amps)
100
Number in Package
1
Power Distribution Features
No Additional Features
Product Weight (lb.)
1.2lb
Returnable
180-Day
Voltage (volts)
12

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
n/a

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4.75
Product Height (in.)
4.25
Product Width (in.)
3.44

Details

Automotive Fuse Type
Fusible Link
Electrical Product Type
Fuse
Fuse Type
Automotive
Includes fuse tester/puller
No
Maximum Amperage (amps)
100
Number in Package
1
Power Distribution Features
No Additional Features
Product Weight (lb.)
1.2lb
Returnable
180-Day
Voltage (volts)
12

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
n/a

Questions & Answers

What is the difference between the bi-directional and the uni-directional battery separators, oth...

What is the difference between the bi-directional and the uni-directional battery separators, other than price?
Asked by: Mwilli812
Bi-directional means that it senses voltage on each battery pack (system). Then if either pack is showing a high enough voltage - as that one pack is charging from a charge source, then the relay will close to allow the other pack to charge also - as long as the voltage stays above a preset threshold. Usually about 13.3 - 13.5 volts. Uni-directional only senses one pack, usually the engine battery. The relay will close to allow the house (aux) batteries to charge once the alternator is charging normally with engine running. As a general rule I prefer the Bi-directional. That will keep the engine battery charged while parked as long as the house (aux) batteries are being charged. Helps prevent a dead engine battery. This makes a great replacement for a bad "battery boost" solenoid. Or can be used in conjunction with a boost solenoid.
Answered by: Roadster1024
Date published: 2018-10-13
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