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Non-Critical Load Disconnects m-LVD
m-LVD Low Voltage Disconnect7635
Senses low battery voltage and automatically disconnects
devices to save power for starting or to preserve battery life
A dead battery is one of the most common reasons for a tow. Don't get stranded with a dead battery. The m-LVD senses low battery voltage and automatically disconnects non-essential devices to save power for starting or to preserve battery life. The m-LVD is ideal for any single battery boat or vehicle that wants to avoid getting stranded with a dead battery.
- Status light in both m-LVD and Remote Control Switch provides visual warning of low
voltage state prior to disconnect
- Alarm output available for audible warning of low voltage state
prior to disconnect (optional alarm required)
- Remote Control Switch Functions:
- Disconnect Voltage Adjustment - Sets desired disconnect voltage
- Override - Temporarily delays circuit disconnect for 10 minutes
- OFF - Temporarily disconnects circuits until voltage rises
- Override or OFF - Silences alarm (optional alarm required)
- Case design allows surface, front panel, or rear panel mounting
- Rear insulating cover protects rear contacts
- Waterproof – rated IP67 for temporary immersion
|Nominal Voltage||12V DC|
|Amperage Operating Current||95mA (Connected)|
|Terminal Stud Torque||60 in-lb (6.78 Nm)|
|Continuous Rating ||65A|
|Intermittent Rating ||115A (5 Min)|
|Maximum Cable Size||1/0 AWG (50mm2)|
|Stud Material||Tinned Brass|
|Terminal Stud Length||7/16 in (11.11 mm)|
|Terminal Stud Size||1/4" - 20 (M6)|
|Weight||0.77lb (0.35 kg)|
|Meets the following Regulatory Specifications|
Low Voltage Disconnect SubSystem
For a single battery boat or vehicle, the m-LVD will save power for engine starting. The m-Series ON-OFF Battery Switch provides a disconnect to cut off battery power when the boat is not in use or in the event of a fire.