Projecta disconnects auxillary batteries

Projecta LVD50 battery disconnect

Projecta LVD50 battery disconnectLeading battery maintenance and battery power equipment specialist, Projecta, has released two low voltage disconnect units for fitment to auxiliary batteries.

Providing the ideal solution for protecting expensive deep cycle batteries from excessive discharging, the units automatically disconnect the load when the LVD detects the voltage has dropped to the disconnection point. The voltage detection is fully adjustable to best suit the application and multi-coloured L.E.D’s provide a clear indication of the connection status.

The 12V 30A Low Voltage Disconnect is ideal for 4WD’s, camper trailers and smaller caravan applications whilst the 12V 50A model is designed for larger caravans and motorhomes.

Both the 30A and 50A units have potted electronics to prevent the ingress of water and dust, are compact in size and each comes complete with robust mounting points built into the housing.

The Projecta Low Voltage Disconnect units are available from leading automotive, 4WD, camping and caravanning outlets under part numbers LVD30 and LVD50 at prices starting from $89.00.

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