Dual Battery Bank Management Panel with DC Main Breaker

Dual Battery Bank Management Panel with DC Main

Ignition protected | Small format m-Series switches | 300A On/Off battery switches

Availability: Make a selection

Sku# Make a selection
Item ID Make a selection
Mfg# Make a selection
loading image
Checking for Price and Availability
The 8080 panel creates a simplified electrical system for dual battery banks, in which the main house circuit and the engine starting circuit are not connected, and function independently of each other.
This panel overcomes the switch position confusion associated with traditional four-way battery switches, and protects the Start battery from being discharged by house loads such as refrigerators, stereos, and lights — preserving it for starting the engine.

Selector operation is simplified because the House Circuit Breaker and two Battery Switches are only either "On” or "Off” — turn the House circuit breaker and (upper) Engine battery switch to "On"" when you board the boat, turn them to "Off" when you leave.
Use the second (lower) battery switch for emergency use of both batteries simultaneously.

Charging of two battery banks can be automated by adding an Automatic Charge Relay (#7610 or #7622/7623) to the system. This combination creates a complete battery management system of isolated battery circuits, an emergency combine function, and automated battery charging management.

• Isolates starting circuit from house circuit — protects sensitive electronics from sags and spikes caused by engine starting
• Discharges batteries independently of each other
• Ignition protected - safe for installation aboard gasoline powered boats
• Allows for different sizes, types and chemistry in each battery bank
• Incorporates two On/Off m-Series small format battery switches (#6006)
• 100A ignition protected C-series circuit breaker provides both circuit protection and switching for house/main distribution panel circuit
• 300A continuous "On/Off" battery switch provides isolated engine starting circuit, as well as emergency cross connect circuit for starting engine from house battery bank
• Traditional 5052-H32 aluminum alloy metal panel

Click here for the Installation and User Guide, including a mounting template, for this product.

© Copyright Fisheries Supply Company 2013. All rights reserved.