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Mobile DC Power Solutions:
DC UPS • Battery Chargers •
Power Supplies • Inverters •
DC Converters • DC Power
Stabilizers • Distribution •
Low Voltage Disconnects •
Power Timer • Battery Integrators &
Isolators • Noise Filters • Automatic
Power Selectors • Solar
Panels • Custom Electrical
Panels • Meters •
Accessories
2015-16
Industrial
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Solutions
DC UPS
DC UPS
Input: 12 & 24 VDC
Output: 12 & 24 VDC, 5 - 20 Amps
Battery Chargers
Input: 120 & 240 VAC
Output: 12 & 24 VDC, 7 - 95 Amps
Battery Chargers
AC-DC Power Supplies
Input: 115 & 230 VAC
Output: 12 & 24 VDC, 8 - 35 Amps
Heavy Duy Power Supplies
DC-AC Inverters
Input: 12 & 24 VDCVoltage/Power Range:
Output: 12 & 24, 1,000 - 4,800 Watts
DC-DC Converters
Input: 12, 24, & 32 VDC
Output: 12 & 24, 3 - 35 Amps
DC Power Conditioners
Input: 12 & 24 VDC
Output: 12 & 24 VDC, 3 - 10 Amps
DC-DC Converters
Inverters
DC Power Distribution
Input: 12 VDC
Output: 12 VDC, 100 Amps
Low Voltage Disconnects
Input: 12, 24 & 48 VDC
Current Rating: 30 - 75 Amps
Power Control
Power Timer, Battery Isolators & Integrators, Noise
Filters, Automatic Power Selectors
Power Distribution
Meters
Solar Panels
Output: 12 & 24 VDC, 1.2 - 7.1 Amps
Custom Panels
AC, DC, & AC/DC
Meters
AC, DC, Generator & Engine
Low Voltage
Disconnects
Accessories
Junction Boxes, Thru-Dex Fittings, Bus Bars, Terminal &
Connector Strips, Emergency Relay/Charger,
Phone-Com Systems
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Solar Panels
Power Control
Accessories
Custom Electrical
Panels
DC UPS: Mobile Data Power
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The Mobile Data Power, model MDP-25.0, is a DC UPS that
solves the common problem of lengthy reboot sequences,
system crash, data and hard drive corruption in mobile
computer work stations due to a low voltage and loss of
power as a result of intermittent or poor vehicle battery
condition. In addition, the MDP provides a low voltage
output warning signal to terminals (such as Motorola®
MW 800 series work stations) allowing orderly automatic
shutdown of the powered device, protecting data and
preventing hard drive corruption.
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Utilizing a high speed sensor circuit, when primary vehicle
voltage drops below a critical point, the internal 9AH battery
is switched on-line in milli-seconds, assuring no interruption
to the powered device(s). The MDP-25.0 has an internal 3
step, temperature compensated charger that maintains its
reserve battery at full charge, ready to go on-line when
a fault or degradation of primary vehicle battery occurs.
This functionality assures continued operation of mobile
computers under a variety of adverse vehicle battery
conditions. An optional timed load feature (TMR), when
activated, begins timing when the vehicle battery drops to a
12.0 VDC or less for added battery protection.
Housed in a rugged aluminum case and heavy duty
mounting plate, the unit is designed for installation in service
and other utility vehicles that require a steady source of
voltage for mobile computers, work stations, and electronics.
Features
Provides output warning signals to mobile computers
(such as Motorola® MW 810 work stations and
MVX 1000 video recorder)
• Initiates low voltage shut down sequence in mobile
computer, protecting data and hard drive.
• Alerts when system is operating on battery back-up
Protects mobile computers against system crash,
lengthy reboot sequences, and loss of data due to:
• Voltage dip during engine cranking
• Voltage drop and decay due to loading high
power accessories, and aging batteries
• Voltage loss due to cycling of master disconnect
switch and battery failure.
• Noise, interference or voltage spikes
Provides supplemental voltage in milli-seconds to mobile
electronics when low vehicle battery is sensed.
Optional timed load disconnect feature (TMR)
Model
MDP-25.0
Internal 3 stage, temperature compensated charger
maintains back-up battery in fully charge stand-by state
• Provides reserve (isolated) power source,
12 volts @ 5 amps for 60 minutes, 10 amps for 20
minutes, 25 amps for 8 minutes
Input Range
Output
Voltage
Maximum
Load Current
Standby Current Draw
10.2 - 15.5V
(start-up @ 11.5V)
12VDC
25A
<50mA - operating mode,
<30mA - sleep mode
Dimensions
H
W
D
5.75
6
8.5
Weight
9.4 Lbs.
General Specifications
Battery Connect Sequences
• Internal battery switches online when vehicle battery voltage = 10.0 V ± 1.0 V (Vehicle battery disconnects after 3 seconds if low voltage condition persists)
• Vehicle battery reconnects @ 11.5 V ± 1.0 V
• Internal Battery Low Voltage Disconnect: <9.6V
Temperature Rating: Operating Temp: 0 – 50° C
Mechanical
• Aluminum case with access door for easy removal
of battery
• Heavy duty mounting suitable for commercial
vehicle use
Battery Specification
• 9 AH, sealed Lead Acid - typical life 5 years,
easily replaced via front panel access door.
• Power delivery @ > 10.2 volts @ 25°C
• 5 amps @ 60 minutes
• 10 amps @ 20 minutes
• 25 amps @ 8 minutes
• When imminent Voltage decay to 11.5 VDC is projected (adjustable set point
• On Charge/Discharge
• Internal Battery Charger
• Charge Current: 2 amps max., three-stage
(Bulk, Absorption, Float)
• Temperature Compensated
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DC UPS: Nav-Pac
Mobile communication electronics such as programmable two-way radio and data transceivers, vehicle location systems and
other microprocessor-controlled devices require clean and steady DC input power. Their sensitive circuitry is highly vulnerable
to voltage drop from engine start, noise and line spikes from alternators and motors, and conducted noise from various other
electronic devices. NAV-PAC prevents all of these problems and is in use by thousands of Emergency Vehicles nationwide.
Features
• Prevents voltage “drop-out” during engine start
• Provides supplemental voltage/battery back-up for
up to 15 min.
• Absorbs line “spikes”
• Remote monitor panel provided (12V unit only)
• Filters out electrical interference
Specifications
Battery: Sealed Rechargeable 5.0 Amp-Hour, 5-7 years typical
life, can be replaced. Low-voltage disconnect circuit protects
battery from total discharge. Certified by DOT and IATA for
shipment by air.
Voltage Spike Protection: Transient energy capability;
100 Joules, 4,000 amps Max (8 x 20 micro seconds)
Panel Dimensions: 3.5” W x 2” H (8.9 x 5.1 cm); US Patent #:
5172292
Noise Filtering: Audio through 200 MHZ
Provides Continuous Voltage Protection
Back-Up Power
POWER STATUS PANEL
12 Volt Only
(Provided)
RADIO
DATA TRANSCEIVER
12V
24V
8A for 15 minutes
8A for 15 minutes
12A for 8 minutes
12A for 8 minutes
18A for 2 minutes
15A for 2 minutes
20A for 1 minute
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VEHICLE LOCATOR
Model
Nav-Pac-20
Nav-Pac-24V
Inches
Centimeters
Output
Voltage
Output
Amps
H
W
D
H
13.8 - 14.8 VDC Nom., 15.5 VDC
Max.
12 VDC
20 Amps
5.25
6.2
7.4
13.3
15.7
27.6 - 29.6 VDC Nom.
31.0 VDC Max.
24 VDC
15 Amps
6.0
6.75
7.5
15.24
17.14
Input Voltage
W
Weight
D
Lbs.
Kgs.
18.8
5.9
2.7
19
8
3.6
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DC UPS: StartGuard
The abrupt DC system voltage drop that accompanies engine starting can cause microprocessor-based voice and data
transmitters to “dump” programmed memory.
StartGuard solves this problem by providing supplemental voltage to sensitive electronics while the engine is cranked. It
contains a sealed rechargeable battery which is switched on-line to electronics when the starter switch or solenoid is engaged.
When the engine is running StartGuard automatically goes off-line and the internal battery is recharged by the alternator.
Specifications
Back-Up Power
Input Voltage: 13.8 - 14.8 VDC nominal, 15.5 VDC max.
Relay Activation Input Voltage: 7-15 VDC
Output: 20 amps max.
Battery: 12 VDC, sealed rechargeable, 5-7 year life (typical),
5 amp-hour capacity, Certified by DOT and IATA for shipment
by air.
12V
8A for 15 minutes
12A for 8 minutes
18A for 2 minutes
20A for 1 minute
Provides Voltage Protection During Engine Start
DC INPUT
PROBLEMS HERE
VOLTAGE DIPS
CAUSED BY
ENGINE STARTING
Model
Input
13.8 - 14.8 VDC Nom.
NS-12-20
15.5 VDC Max.
NO PROBLEMS HERE
Back-Up Capacity
Relay Activation
Input Voltage
1 Minute 2 Minutes
7 - 15 VDC
20 Amps
18 Amps
Dimensions
Weight
Inches
Centimeters
Lbs.
Kg.
8.25 x 4.9 x 3.5
20.1 x 12.5 x 8.9
5.5
2.5
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Battery Chargers - Phase Three Series
Phase Three “Smart” battery charging technology is now available in a wide range of power levels, allowing you to select the
right size, features and flexibility you require for virtually any application from providing quick recharge of auxiliary batteries
in vehicles parked in the station house, to powering continuous loads and maintaining peak charge in battery systems in
mobile as well as industrial generator applications. These chargers interact with batteries to put them through the optimum
three stage charge process which provides for fastest recovery and ideal conditioning, maximizing battery performance and
extending battery life.
A selector switch adjusts output voltage to adapt for gel-cell, flooded lead-acid/AGM battery types. An optional temperature
compensation sensor also adjusts output for ideal voltage based on changes in the batteries’ ambient temperature. All models
are housed in a rugged stainless steel case with a durable white powder coat finish (except PT-7), and the internal circuitry is
polyurethane coated for maximum corrosion resistance.
Features
• “Smart” circuitry provides three stage charging:
bulk, absorption, float
• Wide model range covers battery system ratings from
14 - 950 amp-hours
• Gel-Cell/Flooded Lead-Acid/AGM battery type switch selects optimum charge/float voltages
• Multiple isolated output banks; ammeter indicates total output current (except PT-7)
• Optional sensor adjusts output voltage based on battery temperature (except PT-7)
• Current limiting prevents damage from overloading
• Charger status clearly displayed with LED and/or audible indicators or optional remote panel
• Use as a power supply - can power loads without a battery in line
• Built to last - rugged stainless steel case with a durable white powder coat finish with drip shield and polyurethane coated internal circuitry
• Numerous safety and EMC compliances
• Two year parts and labor warranty
Temperature Compensation:
Protection (all models):
Optional Remote Panel, Model RP:
- 5 mV per cell per ˚C. Sensor supplied
with 25' cable and plug-in connector
Input/Output Fuses, Current Limiting,
Thermal Protection, Forced Air Cooling,
Drip Shield
LED's indicate charger output stage.
Button allows manual reinitialization of
three stage charge cycle. Supplied with
25' cable and plug-in connector. Panel
dimensions: 3" H x 4.75" W
Options
Remote Panel, model RP, for use with all models except PT-7
Temperature Compensation Sensor, model TCS-12/24
LED’s indicate charger output
stage. Manual reinitialization
of three stage charge cycle.
25’ of cable provided.
Panel dimensions: 3” H x 4.75” W
-5 mV per cell °C. 25’ of cable
provided (40’ cable optional)
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Battery Chargers - Phase Three Series
12 Volt Models
24 Volt Models
PT-7
PT-14W
PT-25W
PT-40U
PT-80
PT-24-8W
PT-24-13W
PT-24-20U
PT-24-45U
PT-24-60W
PT-24-95U
Input VAC
88-132 or
85-64
90-132 or
90-264
90-264
85-264
90- 32 or
90-264
90-264
207-253
90-264
(50-60 Hz.)
176-264
6.8
12
NA
26
13
Input Amps @ Full
2
180-264
2.8
6.5
1.4
4
180-264
6.8
12
2.8
6.5
4
Load @ 115 VAC
@ 230 VAC
P.F. Rating
1
>.65
.93 @ 230V
.98 @ 115V
.7
3.4
7
1.4
.95 @ 230V
.95 @ 230V
.93 @ 230V
.98 @ 115V
.98@115V
.98 @ 115V
.7
3.4
7
.95 @ 230V
.95 @
.98 @ 115V
230V
14
.95 @ 230V
.7
.98 @ 115V
Max Output Amps
7
14
25
40
80
8
13
20
45
60
95
Output Banks
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
14-70
28-140
50-250
80-400
160-800
16-80
26-130
40-200
90-450
120-600
180-950
T-1
T-2
T-4
T-5
T-7
T-2
T-3
T-5
T-8
T-6
T-8
Battery Capacity
(Amp-Hours)
Operating Temp.
Rating Reference
Case Size Ref.
A-1
A-2
A-2
A-3
A-5
A-2
A-2
A-3
A-5
A-6
A-6
3.2/1.5
8/4
8.2/4
11/6
15.2/7
8/4
8.2/4
11/6
12.2/6
24.1/11
24.5/11
Sensor Model
N/A
TCS-12/24
TCS-12/24
TCS-12/24
TCS-12/24
TCS-12/24
TCS-12/24
TCS-12/24
TCS-12/24
TP
TCS-12/24
Remote Panel Model
N/A
RP
RP
RP
RP
RP
RP
RP
RP
N/A
RP
Equalize Option
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Output Indicator Ref.
M-1
M-3
M-3
M-3
M-3
M-3
M-3
M-3
M-3
M-2
M-3
CG, CE
CG, CE
CG
CG, CE
CE
CG, CE
CG
CG, CE
EN, CE
EN, CE
EN, CE
Weight; Lbs./Kg.
Compliance Ref.
Temperature Rating References
Case Size
Ref.
Temperature
Derate linearly from 100%
T-1
-10° C to +45° C
100% @ 0° C to 80% @ -10° C
T-2
-10° C to +60° C
100% @ 40° C to 60% @ 60° C
T-3
-10° C to +60° C
100% @ 50° C to 60% @ 60° C
T-4
-10° C to +60° C
T-5
T-6
Inches
Ref
Centimeters
H
W
D
H
W
D
A-1
10.5
5.0
2.8
26.7
12.7
7.1
A-2
12.5
7.7
4.3
31.8
19.6
10.9
100% @ 40° C to 60% @ 60° C
A-3
13.85*
9.5
4.8*
35.2*
24.1
12.2*
-20° C to +60° C
100% @ 50° C to 75% @ 60° C
A-4
13.8A
9.8
5A
35A
24.9
12.7A
-20° C to +50° C
Full Output
A-5
14.8B
9.6
5.6B
37.6B
24.4
14.2B
T-7
-20° C to +70° C
100% @ 45° C to 50% @ 70° C
A-6
17.5C
12
7.2C
44.5C
30.5
18.3C
T-8
-20° C to +70° C
100% @ 50° C to 50% @ 70° C
* Add .75” (1.9 cm) to height and 1.35” (3.4 cm) to depth
A Add 1.27” (3.2 cm) to height and 1.1” (2.8 cm) to depth
Output Indicator References
M-1: Total output ammeter
M-2: Charge/Float LED
M-3: Total Output Ammeter and charger status LED’s/
Alarms
Compliance References*
See matrix for applicable models
UL: UL 1950 (Per DNB report)
CG: USCG CFR 183.410 (Ignition protected)
EN: EN 60335-1, EN 60335-2-29
CE: Carries the CE Mark
* Numerous other Safety and EMC compliances may
also apply. Contact factory if further compliance information
is required.
B Add 1” (2.54 cm) to height and .5” (1.27 cm) to depth
C Add 2” (5.08 cm) to height and 1” (2.54 cm) to depth
Nominal Output Voltages at Gel/Flooded Switch Settings
(Without Temperature Compensation option installed or
at 22.2˚ C (72˚ F) with Temperature Compensation option
installed.)
12 Volt Models
Setting
24 Volt Models
Charge @ Float @ .5 Charge @ Float @ .5
50% load
amp load
50% load
amp load
Gel-Cell
14.0 VDC
13.6 VDC
28.0 VDC
27.2 VDC
Flooded/AGM
14.2 VDC
13.4 VDC
28.4 VDC
26.8 VDC
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Heavy Duty Power Supplies
These super-rugged DC supplies are ideal for powering 12 and 24 volt communication equipment in mobile communication
applications where reliability is essential. The proven linear circuit design provides pure noise free output and long service life.
Features
• Excellent Regulation and Ripple Spec: Output voltage maintained within 1% under all rated line and load line and load conditions
• Polyurethane conformal coated PC board and corrosion resistant heavy duty aluminum case with integral shock mounts assures survival in hostile environments
Model
Nominal
12 Volt
Input/VAC
• Heat generated by semi-conductors is extracted
and dissipated by large heat sink fins for cool operation
• Protection: over-voltage, current limit; (set @ 105% of intermittent rating), thermal overload and
input/output fusing
• Thermally activated cooling fan on “CD” units
Output Amperage
Intermittent
Continuous
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Inches
Weight
Centimeters
Lbs.
Kg.
115-12-8
115/230
8
5
6.0
4.6
8.5
15.2
11.7
21.6
10
4.5
115-12-20A
115/230
20
8
5.7
4.8
16.3
14.5
12.2
41.4
20
9.1
115-12-35CD
115/230
35
35
6.5
9.5
14.0
16.5
24.1
35.6
32
14.6
115/230
10
4
5.7
4.8
16.3
14.5
12.2
41.4
20
9.1
24 Volt
115-24-10
115-24-18CD
115/230
18
18
6.5
9.5
14.0
16.5
24.1
35.6
32
14.6
115-24-35CD
115/230
35
35
6.5
13.0
18.75
16.5
33.0
47.6
60
27.3
Specifications
Input Range
105-125 / 210-250 VAC (selectable), 50 - 60 Hz; Derate to 50%
output below 110 and 220 VAC
Operating Temperature
Standard Units
0-50° C, Derate Linearly From 100% @ 40°C To 50% @ 50°C
Thermal shutdown @ 85°C Case temperature
C.D. Units
0-65° C, Derate Linearly From 100% @ 50°C To 50% @
65° C Thermal Shutdown @ 85°C Case temperature
Duty Cycle
Intermittent: 20 minutes max on time, 20% duty
Continuous: 24 Hours/Day 100% Duty
Options
• Modify for use as a Battery Charger
• Output voltage adjust (see Output Voltage for range)
• Transfer relay for back-up battery in event of power failure (ERC option)
Output Voltage
12 V Models:
13.6 VDC (Internally adjustable 12.6-14.5 VDC)
Ripple: 40mV P-P (@ 110-125 / 220-250 VAC input)
24 V Models:
24.5 VDC (Internally adjustable 21-27.5 VDC)
Ripple: 70mV P-P (@ 110-125 / 220-250 VAC input)
Regulation All Models:
1% Line and Load (@ 110-125 / 220-250 VAC input)
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Inverters
IC Series Inverter-Chargers
These inverter-chargers deliver pure, sinusoidal AC for
flawless operation of all appliances and sensitive electronics
and contain charger to replenish battery when AC is
present.
• Generates "Perfect Wave" 120 VAC for powering highly input-sensitive computers, electronic
controllers/processors
•
Built-in high output three stage, temperature compensated charger for rapid battery bank replenishment - programmable for gel-cell, lead-acid or AGM battery type with amp-hour capacity selector
• UL Listed
Model
12-1800IC
12-3000IC
24-2200IC
24-4800IC
Watts (Surge)
4000
6500
6,500
14,000
Watts (Cont.)
1,800
3,000
2,200
4,800
PS
PS
PS
PS
11 - 14
11 - 14
22 - 28
22 - 28
180
300
110
240
15
20
15
40
85A@12V
105A@12V
40A@24V
105A@24V
Inverter Output:
Wave Type
Optional Remote Control
and Indicator Panel
Inverter Input:
VDC
Max. Amps
Charger Input:
Max. Amps
Charger Output:
Max Amps @ V
Case (H x W x W):
Case Size Ref.
7.5” x 16” x 15.5”
10” x 17” x 16”
7.5” x 16” x 15.5”
10” x 17” x 16”
Weight (Lbs.)
54
75
54
75
Model: ICR-2
Specify 25 or 50 feet or wire
length
PS Series Inverters
The PS Series inverters produce high efficient, pure sine wave output from 12 or 24
volt battery input with high surge power for motor start making it ideal for mobile
applications. A power saving mode, with user friendly adjustable set points,
conserves batteries when not in use. A remote control/display panel and front
panel indicator lights allows for easy analysis and control.
•
•
•
•
•
1000, 1500, 2000W models
Pure sine wave 115V output
High efficiency ~ 90%
Power saving mode conserves battery
when not in use, user adjust able
set points
AC duplex outlet on front panel
AC Out
Model
• Status indicators lights on front panel: input voltage, output power level, power mode, fault status
• Remote control/display included
• Protection: low input voltage, overload, short circuit, overtemp
• Rugged compact case, ideal for mobile and industrial applications
Dimensions
AC Out
Weight
Input
Continuous
Surge
H
W
D
(Lbs.)
12-1000 PS
12V
1000W @ 115V
2000W
3.46"
7.17"
15.08"
8.8
12-1500 PS
12V
1500W @ 115V
3000W
3.46"
7.52"
16.34"
10.5
12-2000 PS
12V
2000W @ 115V
4000W
6.53"
8.22"
14.5"
12.2
24-1000 PS
24V
1000W @ 115V
2000W
3.46"
7.17"
15.08"
8.8
Remote Panel Included
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DC Converters - Standard Series
Convert 20-50 VDC to 12 or 24 VDC negative
ground output for powering communication/
navigation equipment, on negative ground
systems. Ideal for powering voice and data
transceivers in mobile applications.
Features
• Excellent Regulation: Output voltage maintained within 1% under all line and load conditions within rating
•
Heat generated by semi-conductors is extracted and dissipated by large heat sink fins that maximize air contact for cool
operation and long life of components
•
Polyurethane conformal coating on PC boards and corrosion-resistant anodized aluminum case with heavy duty shock mounts assure survival in
hostile environments
Model
Input
Output
Output Amps
• Numerous converter and load protection circuits: Current limiting*; automatic thermal shutdown; short circuit proof*; reverse polarity and over-voltage protection.
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Weight
Voltage
Voltage
Intermittent
Continuous
Inches
Centimeters
(Lbs)
(Kg.)
24-12-3
17-32
13.6
3
3
3.5 x 3.5 x 1.75
8.9 x 8.9 x 4.5
1
.45
32-12-6
20-50
13.6
6
6
2.8 x 4.2 x 10.4
7.1 x 10.7 x 26.4
2.5
1.1
32-24-6
32-50
24.5
6
6
2.8 x 4.2 x 10.4
7.1 x 10.7 x 26.4
2.5
1.1
32-12-10
20-50
13.6
10
10
4.5 x 5.9 x 11.0
11.4 x 15.0 x 27.9
4
1.8
32-24-10
32-50
24.5
10
10
4.5 x 5.9 x 11.0
11.4 x 15.0 x 27.9
4
1.8
32-12-15
20-50
13.6
15
15
4.5 x 5.9 x 11.0
11.4 x 15.0 x 27.9
5
2.3
32-24-15
32-50
24.5
15
15
4.5 x 5.9 x 11.0
11.4 x 15.0 x 27.9
5
2.3
32-12-25
20-50
13.6
25
20
6.0 x 4.7 x 14.0
15.2 x 11.9 x 35.6
7.5
3.4
32-24-25
32-50
24.5
25
20
6.0 x 4.7 x 14.0
15.2 x 11.9 x 35.6
7.5
3.4
32-12-35
20-50
13.6
35
30
6.0 x 4.7 x 16.0
15.2 x 11.9 x 40.6
12
5.5
32-24-35
32-50
24.5
35
30
6.0 x 4.7 x 16.0
15.2 x 11.9 x 40.6
12
5.5
32-12-50
20-50
13.6
50
40
6.2 x 6.8 x 18.1
15.7 x 17.3 x 46.0
16
7.3
32-24-50
32-50
24.5
50
40
6.2 x 6.8 x 18.1
15.7 x 17.3 x 46.0
16
7.3
Option: Operation as battery charger or parallel redundant operation* – derate to continuous duty rating (contact factory)
Except Model: 24-12-3
Specifications
Output: 13.6 VDC (internally adjustable 12.6-14.5) or 24.5
VDC (or specify)
Ripple: 150 mV P-P maximum
Regulation: 1% Line/Load
Duty Cycle Ratings*: Intermittent - 20 minutes max on time,
20% duty. Current limit set at approx. 105% of intermittent
rating. Continuous - 24 hours, 100% duty
*24-12-3: 2 minute max. on time
Idle Current: Less than 100 mA (including power “ON” light )
Operating Temp: 0-50° C, Derate Linearly From100% @
40° C To 50% @ 50° C. Thermal shutdown: @ 70° C Case
Temperature
Model 24-12-3: Full output -25°C to + 30°C; Derate linearly
from 100% @ +30° C to 45% @ +50° C
Switching Frequency: 40 Khz
Efficiency: 85% - Typical
Isolation – Output/ Chassis; Input/chassis: 250 VDC
Certification: Carries the CE mark
Option: Extreme Vibration Mounting Kit
The Extreme Vibration Mounting Kit is available to protect NEWMAR power converters from the extreme
stresses of shock and vibration when mounted on high–vibration vehicles.
The kit replaces the standard vibration kit provided with the unit and fits into the unit's mounting
flange to act as a "super shock absorber" for electronics in high-vibe applications. It is available to fit all
NEWMAR units from 2 to 70 lbs. Specify KIT–L for units which weigh 2–15 lbs. and Kit–H for units which
weigh 16-70 lbs. (Except model 24-12-3).
UNIT
NUT
LOCK WASHER
FLAT WASHER
FLAT
WASHER
SPACER
SHOCK ISO MOUNT
MOUNTING SURFACE
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DC Converter - Isolated & ISP Series
Isolated Series
This series provides voltage conversion as well as input/output isolation,
allowing use of negative ground electronics on off-highway vehicles
which typically employ positive ground battery systems. May also be
used as a voltage stabilizer and filter for sensitive equipment.
Features
•
•
•
•
•
•
Wide range of input voltage
Precise output voltage regulation
Reverse polarity protection
Input fuse/Output fuse
Total input/output isolation, pos. or neg. ground
Current limiting, short circuit proof output
•
•
•
•
•
Automatic re-setting
thermal shutdown
High/low input voltage shutdown
Power “ON” light
Polyurethane conformal coating on PC board
Rugged case designed for
high vibration applications
Performance Specifications: Isolated and ISP Series
Output: 13.6 VDC (internally adjustable
12.6-14.5) or 24.5 VDC (or specify)
Ripple: 150 mV P-P Regulation: +/- 2%
Line/Load Duty
Cycle Ratings*: Intermittent - 20 minutes,
max on time, 20% duty, Continuous 24 hours, 100% duty. *Current limit set
at approximately 105% of intermittent
rating
Idle Current: (including power "on"
indicator light) approx. 50 mA
Options - ISP and Isolated
Operating Temp:
Isolated Series: 0-50° C; derate linearly
from 100% @ 40° C to 50% @ 50° C
ISP Series: -40° C to +80° C,
Thermal shutdown @ 85° C
Efficiency: 85% - typical.
DC Isolation: Input/Output, Input/
Chassis, Output/Chassis):
Isolated Series: 250 VDC
ISP Series: 1,400 VDC
Isolated
Model
Input
Output
Voltage
Voltage
Intermittent
Output Amps
12-12-12I
10 - 16**
13.6
12-12-35I
10 - 16**
13.6
48-12-6I
20 - 56
13.6
6
48-12-18I
20 - 56
13.6
18
48-12-35I
20 - 56
13.6
35
20
•
•
•
Operation as a battery charger or parallel/redundant operation (contact factory)
High vibration mounting kit (page 8)
24 VDC output (contact factory)
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Continuous
Inches
Centimeters
12
8
4.25 x 5.9 x 14.0
35
20
6.0 x 6.8 x 16.5
6
10
6.0 x 6.8 x 16.5
Weight
Lbs.
Kgs.
10.8 x 15.0 x 35.6
6
2.7
15.2 x 17.3 x 41.9
12
5.5
4.25 x 5.9 x 7.7
10.8 x 15.0 x 19.6
7
2.7
4.25 x 5.9 x 14.0
10.8 x 15.0 x 35.6
8
3.6
15.2 x 17.3 x 41.9
12
5.5
**11.5 VDC minimum start-up voltage, then operates @ 10-16 VDC from 1 amp minimum to full load
ISP Series
The ISP series offers the benefits of an isolated converter (above) plus protection against line transients and voltage spikes
typically caused by large DC motors and switching transients often encountered on fork lifts, locomotives and light rail. A
special circuit clamps input spikes to a safe level, protecting both the converter and the powered equipment.
Output Amps
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Weight
ISP
Model
Input
Voltage
Output
Voltage
Intermittent
Continuous
Inches
Centimeters
Lbs.
Kgs.
36-12-6ISP†
18 - 65
13.6
6
6
4.25 x 5.9 x 7.7
10.8 x 15.0 x 19.6
5
2.3
36-12-18ISP
20 - 65
13.6
18
10
6.0 x 4.6 x 13.7
15.2 x 11.7 x 34.8
8
3.6
36-12-35ISP*
20 - 65
13.6
35
20
6.0 x 6.8 x 16.5
15.2 x 17.3 x 41.9
12
5.5
72-12-6ISP
42 - 90
13.6
6
6
4.25 x 5.9 x 7.7
10.8 x 15.0 x 19.6
5
2.3
72-12-18ISP
42 - 90
13.6
18
10
6.0 x 4.6 x 13.7
15.2 x 11.7 x 34.8
8
3.6
110-12-18ISP
80 - 140
13.6
18
10
6.0 x 4.6 x 13.7
15.2 x 11.7 x 34.8
8
3.6
† This model EMC and safety CE certified for sales within the European Union.
*Build to order only – 10 unit minimum
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DC Converter - Step-Up Series
12-24-16
Standard,
Non-Isolated
12-24-18I
Isolated
These "UP" converters produce 24 volts from 12 volt systems and are ideal for managing dual voltage applications on mobile
applications without having to install a 24 volt battery and dedicated charging system. Choose from two types depending on
your application:
In the Standard, Non-Isolated Series the 12V input and 24V output share a common negative ground and are ideal when
installing certain electronics that operate better on 24 volts when a robust 12 volt system exists. Models available in outputs of
7, 16 and 25 amps.
The Isolated Series allows compatibility between positive and negative ground systems, for example installing negative
ground 24V electronics on a 12V floating ground aluminum vessel. The isolated series is also a good choice for dual voltage
system where noise and interference is an issue. Its input/output partitioning circuit prevents noise on the 12 volt system from
being transmitted to the 24 volt side.
Standard, Non-Isolated Series
Isolated Series
• Intended for use on negative ground systems
• Allows positive/negative ground compatibility between 12V battery and 24V accessories
• 10 -15 VDC input range
• Wide range input, 10 - 16V, regulates to 24.5V
• Available in 7, 16 and 25 amp outputs
• Superior noise reduction
• Current limited, voltage spike suppression, automatic thermal shutdown and recovery
• Input/output isolation 250VDC
Options for Standard, Non-Isolated
• Heavy duty powder coated aluminum case
• Operation as a battery charger (contact factory)
• Available in 6 and 18 amp outputs
• Parallel/redundant operation (contact factory)
• Anodized aluminum case
• High vibration mounting kit (page 8 for more information)
• Available on special order as battery charger
• Non-standard output voltage (contact factory)
Model
Input
Voltage
Output
Voltage
Output Amps
Intermittent
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Continuous
Inches
Centimeters
Weight
Lbs.
Kg.
Standard - Non-Isolated
12-24-7
10 - 15
27.2
7
7
3.5 x 3.5 x 1.75
8.9 x 8.9 x 4.5
1.4
.64
12-24-16
10 - 15
27.2
16
16
3 x 5 x 9.25
7.62 x 12.7 x 23.5
3.35
1.51
12-24-25
10 - 15
27.2
25
25
6.0 x 6.8 x 16.5
15.2 x 17.3 x 41.9
4.1
1.86
12-24-6I
10 - 16*
24.5
6
4
4.25 x 5.9 x 14.0
10.8 x 15.0 x 35.6
6
2.7
12-24-18I
10 - 16*
24.5
18
10
6.0 x 6.8 x 16.5
15.2 x 17.3 x 41.9
12
5.5
Isolated
*11.5 VDC min. start-up voltage, then operates @ 10-16 VDC from 1 amp min. to full load
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DC Power Conditioners
12 & 24 Volt Stabilizing Converters
Feed sensitive electronics with proper voltage regardless of battery condition. These
stabilizing converters provide continuous, precisely regulated output over the entire
range of a battery's usable voltage. This prevents subjecting loads to fluctuating
input voltage which can cause shutdown, diminish performance and possibly
damage sensitive circuitry.
These converters provide total input/output isolation, virtually eliminating conducted
line noise and permitting connection of negative ground loads to positive or floating
ground systems, or vice versa. They can also be modified for use as battery chargers,
allowing maintenance of a battery at a great distance from the charging source,
providing reserve power if the main source fails. The rugged anodized aluminum
case is ideal for mobile applications.
Application Benefits Include
Options/Factory Modifications (contact factory for details)
• Operate electronics at optimal input voltage, even from nearly drained batteries
• Operation as a battery charger
• Boost voltage to compensate for voltage drops in long
wire runs from batteries
• Non-standard output voltage
• Parallel/redundant operation
• Eliminate voltage drops during momentary high current drain from batteries, as during engine start
• Eliminate voltage fluctuation from charge sources
• Eliminate voltage overshoot due to sudden removal of
high current load
12 Volt System
24 Volt System
Input
Input
56 VDC or
30 VDC
16 VDC
Output
27.2 VDC or
24.5 VDC
Output
13.6 VDC
10 VDC
20 VDC
or
24.5 VDC
Output
Dimensions (H x W x D)
16 VDC
Model
Input
Voltage
Voltage
Amps
Intermittent
Amps
Continuous
12-12-3I
10 - 16
13.6
3
3
12-12-6I
10 - 16
13.6
6
6
12-12-12I
10 - 16*
13.6
12
8
12-12-35I
10 - 16*
13.6
35
20
24-24-3I
20 - 32
27.2
3
3
24-24-7I
20 - 32
27.2
7
7
48-24-9I
20 - 56
24.5
9
48-24-18I
20 - 56
24.5
18
Inches
30 VDC
3.5 x 3.5 x 1.75
Weight
Centimeters
Lbs.
Kg.
8.9 x 8.9 x 4.5
1
.45
3.5 x 3.5 x 1.75
8.9 x 8.9 x 4.5
1
.45
4.25 x 5.9 x 14.0
10.8 x 15.0 x 35.6
6
2.7
6.0 x 6.8 x 16.5
15.2 x 17.3 x 41.9
12
5.5
6.0 x 6.8 x 16.5
15.2 x 17.3 x 41.9
12
5.5
7.0 x 3.5 x 1.75
7.0 x 3.5 x 1.75
2
.9
5
4.25 x 5.9 x 14.0
10.8 x 15.0 x 35.6
8
3.6
10
10 6.0 x 6.8 x 16.5
15.2 x 17.3 x 41.9
12
5.5
* 115 VDC minimum start-up voltage, then operates @ 10 -16 VDC from 1 amp minimum to full load
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Multi-Timer Fuse Distribution System
Simplifies installation and wiring of vehicle electronics
6 fused circuits with multiple timers provide independent circuit deactivation and conserve battery power:
• Programmable timers disconnects selected loads after ignition is off
• Programmable Low Battery Voltage Disconnect points
• Modular design - compact 6 circuit modules easily bus together providing expansion to meet
load requirements
•
•
Features
• Quick and easy way to connect, protect, and program power to emergency and service vehicle accessories
• Provides 6 dedicated fused circuits configured in 3
load group to power radios, emergency lights,
siren, video, MDT, radar, and more
• 3 independent timers provide flexible circuit activation/
deactivation allow installer to set battery power use priority for each 2 circuit Load Group:
• Powered Only With Ignition
• Timed Disconnect
• Always On With Load Group LVD
• Always On, No Load Group LVD
• Each circuit is fuse protected with LED indicator which
identifies the blown fuse position, simplifying trouble
shooting
Expanded System Example: 3 x MT-FD-6, 18 Circuits
300 AMP(MAX)
FUSE OR CKT. BKR.
TO +12V BATTERY
FEED
• Master Low Voltage Disconnect protects batteries from
extreme discharge
PARALLEL BUS KIT(PBK)
• Heavy duty studs for battery connections
+12V IGNITION
SIGNAL
ON>5V
OFF<5V
• Screw terminals for secure load connections
• Increase circuit capacity by wiring multiple units
using parallel busing kit
MT-FD 6
Circuits
6
Timers
3
Max Loads
100A Total,
10
20
20
10
20
20
10
20
20
10
20
20
10
20
(-)
20
(+)
10
20
Model
20
• Sum two fused circuits into one high power (40A)
circuit using parallel kit
IGNITION-SIGNAL
JUMPERS
PARALLEL BUS KIT(PBK)
Optional
TO TYPICAL LOAD
TO (-)BATTERY
FEED
20A per position
General Specifications
Mechanical
Input: 12V, neg. ground
Power Consumption: Idle: 8mA, Active: 180 mA/circuit
Maximum Load: Module: 100A, 20A max. per fuse position
Maximum Load: Per System: 3 modules wired in parallel, 18
circuits
Fuse Type: ATC/ATO (not included)
Programmable Shutdown per Load Group: 2 min. – 13 hours
Programmable Disconnect Range: 11.8 - 10.6V DC
Master Low Voltage Disconnect: @ 10.5V (factory
programmable 10.0 - 11.8V
Dimensions/Weight: 2.0” H x 5.2” W x 6.2” D/2 Lbs.
Case: Powder coated aluminum
Bus: Nickel plated copper
Protective Cover: Top panel connections and switches
Options:
• Parallel Bus Kit (PBK) for circuit expansion
• Parallel Terminal Kit (PTK) for summing two fused circuits into one
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Low Voltage Disconnects & Power Timer
Low Voltage Disconnects
Discharging batteriesLVD
beyond a critical low voltage can damage the
batteries
as well as sensitive electronic loads, and require a longer
Charging
Load
Source interval. A low voltage disconnect prevents this condition.
recharge
The LVD contains a sense and control circuit housed in a compact,
rugged, vinyl-clad aluminum case. It is installed in-line between the
battery and the load. The unit continually monitors battery voltage
andBattery
if it falls below a preset voltage threshold, the load is automatically
disconnected. When batteries are recharged past another pre-set
voltage the load is reconnected. Connect and disconnect points are
user adjustable.
Typical LVD Installation
Charging
Source
LVD
Specifications
Radio
Operating Temperature:
0 - 50° C
Mechanical: Case:
Powder coated aluminum
Battery
Model
Input Voltage
Contact
Factory Set Actuation Points Adjustment
Current Rating
Disconnect
Connect
Range
LVD 12-30
12V (Neg Ground)
30 Amps
10.4 VDC
12.2 VDC
9 - 15 VDC
LVD 12-75
12V (Neg. Ground)
75 Amps
10.4 VDC
12.2 VDC
9 - 15 VDC
LVD 24-50
24V (Neg. Ground)
50 Amps
21.0 VDC
24.5 VDC
18 - 30 VDC
LVD 48-30
48V (Pos. Ground)
30 Amps
42.0 VDC
49.0 VDC
38 - 60 VDC
Dimensions
(H x W x D)
5.25” x 5.25” x 3.5”
Weight
2 Lbs.
(Mounted Vertically,
All
All Models)
Models
Power Timer
Eliminate dead vehicle batteries caused by power drain from radios and data
terminals that must operate while the engine is off. Allows use of accessory loads
per programmed time limit while preserving battery for engine start.
Features
•
Programmable disconnect time limit, 15 minutes to 8 hours, so that you can match your auxiliary load use to
battery capacity, providing maximum run time yet still ensuring adequate reserve for engine start
• Prevents dead batteries due to accessories being left on
and forgotten
•
Once power off circuit is activated, power to auxiliary circuits is automatically restored when engine started. Optional ignition sense input resets power ‘on’ without having to start engine; no delay in use of equipment
• Low and High Voltage Disconnect
Timer Circuit Configurations
Wiring
Range: 15 min. - 8 hours
Input
Increments:
• + DC (fuse provided)
Minutes: 6, 15, 18, 24, 30, 45
• - DC
Hours: 1, 1.5, 2, 3, 4, 8
• Ignition sense
Programming: Dip switches on top Output
of unit
• + DC to loads
• Simple 3 wire installation:1) Power in from battery,
2) power out to loads, 3) chassis ground.
•
Rugged construction, powdered coated case with epoxy potted components with waterproof time-out setting switches. Designed to withstand 80° C and vibration of engine compartment applications, and perform in demanding specialty vehicle applications
• 30 amp rating: can be applied to multiple auxiliary loads/
circuits. Multiple devices can be left on during emergency calls without running engine
LED’s Indicate Output Status Model
Description
Present, Ok
TMR-30N 12VDC Power Timer
Present, On Timer
Disconnected, Timed Out
Dimensions (H x W x D):
Disconnected, Low Voltage
1.25” x 4.25” x 2”
Weight: 1 Lb.
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Battery Integrators and Isolators
Battery Integrators
Charging multiple battery banks without use of diode isolators dictates that the batteries be
connected or “integrated” only whenever a charge voltage is present so that they may be
charged simultaneously, then disconnected or “isolated” when in use to allow for selective
discharge and avoid having the secondary or standby battery drain into the primary
battery.
Battery Integrators perform this function automatically, acting as a “smart” switch to
connect independent battery banks only when a charging voltage is present. Otherwise,
they are isolated, and discharge between banks is prevented.
The Battery Integrator causes no voltage drop in the charging system, while the multiple
batteries are charged as a single bank whenever a charging source of approximately 13.2
VDC or 26.4 VDC or greater is present (depending on model).
When the alternator or charger is off or a large load causes the voltage to drop below the
disconnect point the unit breaks the common tie between the banks. This allows selective
battery discharge and prevents “dumping” of a higher-charged bank into a lower charged
bank. The unit may also be remotely activated to connect other batteries through the key starter or a manual switch to
provide an added “boost” from the secondary battery whenever the starter is engaged and the unit senses there is sufficient
voltage in that battery to provide an assist.
Model
Battery
Voltage
Battery
Integration Point Disconnect Point
Max.
Peak
Dimensions
Weight
Continuous Current
Max. Current
(H x W x D)
(Lbs.)
BI-100
12 VDC
13.2 VDC
12.8 VDC
100 Amps
400 Amps
3” x 3.25” x 2.5”
1
BI-200
12 VDC
13.2 VDC
12.8 VDC
200 Amps
600 Amps
4” x 3.3” x 4.1”
2
BI-24-100
24 VDC
26.4 VDC
25.6 VDC
100 Amps
400 Amps
3” x 3.25” x 2.5”
1
Typical Installation
Inverter-Charger,
Charger or
Alternator
Specifications
Operating Temperature:
Control: -40 to +85° C
Solenoid: -28 to +48° C
Battery
Integrator
+
Primary
Battery Bank
Terminals: Battery Connections: 5/16” copper alloy stud
+
Secondary
Battery Bank
Battery Isolators
Heavy duty isolators allow charging multiple batteries automatically from
one or two alternators and prevent discharge from one battery bank to
another. Each battery is charged according to need without overcharging.
Rated for 12-48 volt negative ground systems.
NOTE: These battery isolators are not compatible with self exciting
alternators. Please consult the manufacturer of your alternator if you are
unsure of your configuration.
Model
1-2-70
Alternator
Battery Bank Max. Alternator
Dimensions
Weight
Sources
Outputs
Input Capacity
(L x W x H)
Lbs.
1
2
70 Amps
3.25” x 4.5” x 3.1”
2
1-3-70
1
3
70 Amps
3.25” x 4.5” x 3.1”
2
1-2-120
1
2
120 Amps
6.5” x 4.5” x 3.1”
4
1-3-120
1
3
120 Amps
6.5” x 4.5” x 3.1”
3
2-3-70
2
3
70 Amps
6.5” x 4.5” x 3.1”
3
2-3-120
2
3
120 Amps
12.5” x 4.5” x 3.1”
5
1-3-165
1
3
165 Amps
9” x 4.5” x 3.1”
5
Specifications
Operating Temperature: -40 to 80° C
Duty Cycle: Continuous rating to 50° C.
Derate linearly to 70% @ 80° C
Temp. Rise: 5° C at full rated current
(mount vertically for optimum cooling)
Voltage Drop: 0.7V @ 50% load,
0.9V @ full load
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Noise Filters & Automatic Power Selector
Noise Filters
The interference or electronic “noise” generated by alternators, ignition systems, motors,
etc., can render a vehicle’s radio, data receivers or other electronic equipment making
them virtually useless. This interference takes the form of popping or static on
radios or audio gear and garbled images or “hash” on video displays.
These specialized filters can be used singly or in combination
to attenuate conducted line noise, either at the affected
equipment or at the noise source. The “PC” models feature
inductor and capacitor circuit that filters both the “+” and
“–” leads.
Features
• Heavy duty construction
• Operate on 6-48 VDC systems
• Integral mounting flanges for secure installation
• Nickel-plated brass stud connectors on alternator filter (model 150A) accommodate high current cables
and terminals
• Color coded wire leads on all other models make in-line installation easy
Model
Rating
Installation Location
Filtered Frequencies
Dimensions (Inches)
Weight (Lbs.)
150A
150 Amp
At alternator
70 kHz. - 100 MHz.
3.25 x 5.75 x 3.25
3
PC-10
10 Amp
At affected equipment in “+” and”-” leads
Audio - 200 MHz.
1.25 x 4.25 x 3.0
1
PC-25
25 Amp
At affected equipment in “+” and”-” leads
Audio - 200 MHz.
2.0 x 4.25 x 3.25
2
Automatic Power Selector
The Automatic Power Selector (APS) is a solid state device which enables
installation of a seamless, redundant power system for critical electronic loads.
It selects the higher voltage of two isolated DC power sources and routes power
to the load. Should one source falter or fail, the other will automatically supply
the load with no transfer delay, operation continues uninterrupted.
Easy installation, two independent power sources are wired to the APS and
routed in a single output to the vital load. Rugged, rust-proof anodized
aluminum case.
Typical Installation
Battery or
Power Supply 1
Battery or
Power Supply 2
Critical Loads
Model
Max Loads
Voltage Rating
Stud Size
Dimensions (Inches)
Weight (Lbs.)
APS-70
70 Amps
6 - 50 VDC, neg. ground
6mm
3.25 x 4.5 x 3.1
2
APS-160
160 Amps
6 - 50 VDC, neg. ground
6mm
9.0 x 4.5 x 3.1
5
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Solar Panels
Features
• Industrial grade panel, components and heavy
duty mounts
• Numerous size panels match available space (1.2
to 7+A); panels can be wired for higher output
• Voltage controller adapts to properly charging
different battery types
• Kits contain parts needed for various types
of installations
• 12 and 24VDC systems
Kit Includes
Detailed instructions and parts assuring professional installation, eliminates installer guess work and parts sourcing.
• Industrial grade solar panel with 10 year warranty
• 20 foot duplex wire, terminals and cable ties
• Charge controller with temperature compensated, three step output and battery type selection (Flooded/AGM)
• Waterproof wire feed-through fitting
• Mounting hardware included for various installations
• Heavy duty mounting system
Standard Systems
Model
Electrical
Dimensions
Weight
Lbs.
DC Volts
DC Amps
H
W
D
SOL 20
12
1.2
0.98"
13.8"
21.7"
6.2
SOL 45
12
2.5
1.38"
21.0"
26.2"
11.0
SOL 65
12
3.7
1.38"
21.3"
38.9"
13.2
SOL 80
12
4.9
1.38"
26.3"
39.9"
19.8
SOL 100
12
5.9
1.38"
26.3"
39.9"
19.8
SOL 120
12
7.0
1.97"
26.0"
57.7"
26.5
SOL-24-40
24
1.2
1.38"
21.1"
26.2"
11.0
SOL-24-60
24
1.7
1.38"
21.3"
38.9"
15.4
SOL-24-85
24
2.5
1.38"
26.3"
38.9"
19.8
SOL-24-120
24
3.6
1.97"
26.0"
57.7"
26.5
SOL-24-210
24
7.1
1.97"
39.1"
64.6"
39.7
Solar Panel Kit
Custom Systems
Use the following selection guide to configure the components needed for a custom system.
Process:
1) Select number and sizes of 12 or 24V solar panels from list
above to meet your power and space requirements. Note, you
may mix sizes of panels within voltage range.
2) Add up the amperage of the selected panels.
12 Volt Controllers
Model
Electrical
3) Select controller that exceeds the total DC amp output of
the panels selected.
4) Specify the part numbers of the panels and controller
selected on your order. Note, mounting hardware, wire, and wire
feed through fitting is included with each panel.
24 Volt Controllers
Model
Electrical
DC Volts
DC Amps
DC Volts
DC Amps
SC-12-10
12
10
SC-24-10
24
10
SC-12-20
12
20
SC-24-20
24
20
SC-12/24-30
12
30
SC-12/24-30
24
30
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Custom Electrical Panels
Custom Panels
Send to salesPTN@newmarpower.com
• AC/DC, Simple to Complex
• Any Size, Shape, Graphics, Lettering
• Meters, Breakers, Switches, Alarms, &
Custom Components
• Fiber Optic Back Lighting Option
• Pre-Wired and Ready for Installation
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Digital Meters
These highly versatile digital instruments enable continuous and comprehensive
monitoring of mobile AC and DC electrical systems. They provide quick easy-to-read and
accurate information on all important aspects of electrical system status: voltage, current, power consumed, power available
and AC frequency. In addition, abnormal system conditions such as high/low voltage trigger user-adjustable alarms.
All read-outs and programming are controlled via touch pads on the instrument face. LCD displays are easily read, even in
bright sunlight. Backlighting is provided for use at night or in low-light installations. Instruments mount in 2 1/8” diameter hole
and standard instrument faces are available 2 1/2” square.
Model
Description
Meter Face Dimension
ACE
Displays volts, amps, frequency and wattage of 115/230 VAC systems.
2-1/2” x 2-1/2”
High/low volt/frequency alarms. Current transformer included.
ACE-VAF-100
ACE meter, same as above
4-1/4” x 4-1/4”
DCE
Displays DC volts, amps, energy used/remaining in battery system;
2-1/2” x 2-1/2”
500 amp shunt included. High/low voltage, low amp-hour alarms.
DCE-VAH-110
DCE Meter, same as above
4-1/4” x 4-1/4”
DCV
Displays DC volts for three battery banks. High/low voltage alarms.
2-1/2” x 2-1/2”
Generator Power Monitor
Engine Function Monitor
This versatile and compact, 4" x 4" color LED display
instrument provides simultaneous read out of generator and
shore power data: AC Voltage, Frequency, Amperage of two
120V legs of 240V circuit. Programmable alarm settings on
each function produces 85 db audio alert as well as visual
red blinking display. In addition, the Generator Monitor logs
cumulative generator operation hours with programmable
service interval hour settings and notification.
The Engine Monitor is a compact, 4" x 4" color LED display
that provides simultaneous read out of vital engine data
including: DC Voltage, Oil Pressure, Temperature, and
Tachometer from J1939 can bus. Programmable alarm
settings on each function produces 85 db audio alert as
well as visual red blinking display.
Electrical
Model
VAAFH
Dimensions
Operating
Sense
Max.
Volts
Voltage
Power
9 - 33VDC
H
120/240VAC 36 kW 4.0"
W
D
4.0"
2.7"
Model
VOTT
Electrical
Dimensions
Operating Volts
Input Signal
H
W
D
9 - 33VDC
J1939
4.0"
4.0"
2.7"
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Accessories
Thru-Dex PX Series Junction Boxes
• Waterproof junction box with terminal
strip for electronic connections in areas subject to spray, washdowns, etc.
• Rugged, non-corrosive polypropylene housing
• "Universal" cut-to-fit cable entries,
diameter range: .14 -.81”
• Brass compression screw terminals
• Wire gauge: 16 AWG
Model
BX Series Splashproof Junction Boxes
• Splash proof junction box with terminal strip
• Rugged cast aluminum box
and cover with enamel finish
• Multiple rubber grommet
cable entries
• Brass compression screw
terminals
PX-1
Terminals
Model
Terminals
Wire Gauge
PX-1
6 pair
BX-1
6 pair
16 AWG
PX-2
12 pair
BX-2
12 pair
16 AWG
PX-3
18 pa
BX-3
22 pair
14 AWG
EX Series Electrical Boxes
• Protective enclosure for wire connectors, terminal blocks, relays, solenoids, fuses, etc.
• Instruments, switches and panels can be surfaced mounted, ample room for rear projection and wiring
• Corrosion resistant polycarbonate case with gasket covers provides water resistance up to IP68
• Knock-outs in numerous sizes on all sides
Model
Knock-Outs Sizes
EX-373
7.09” x 3.7” x 3.19”
14 ea. PG-16
EX-474
7.09” x 4.33” x 4.37” 16 ea. PG-16, 4 ea. PG-21, 2 ea. PG-29
EX-373
EX-1074 7.09” x 10.0” x 4.37” 24 ea. PG-16, 8 ea. PG-21, 4 ea. PG-29
DX Series
Similar to CCX Series except installer drills holes in seal
to accommodate cable(s) Multiple cables may be
routed through a single fitting
RA Series Right Angle Waterproof Feed-Thru
Fittings
• Route 90° through vetical and horizontal surfaces with wall hugging low profile design,
securing cables close to the surface
• Molded of nylon, the Sculpted shape has no sharp edges, providing radiused 90° feed-thru bend in cables without damage
• Easy installation: slide silicone compression rings on cable, mount base piece with waterproof gasket, then attached sealing
end cap to create IP-65 waterproof seal
Cable Diameter
Dimensions
Range (Inches)
(Inches)
RA-1
0.1 - 0.25
2.17 x 1.65 x 0.63
RA-2
0.27 - 0.35
3.23 x 2.44 x 0.95
RA-3
0.39 - 0.47
3.23 x 2.44 x 0.95
Model
CCX Series Feed-Thru Fittings
• Create 100% waterproof seal when routing cables
in mobile applications
• Allow installation/removal with connector
still attached
• Rugged weatherproof nylon with neoprene seal
• Entry Hole pre-drilled
BX-3
EX-1074
EX-474
Size L x W x D
Model
Drill-Thru
Max.
Aperture
Diameter
DX-2
1.2"
1.2"
DX-3
1.65"
1.65"
DX-5*
2.0"
2.0"
Cable Dia.
Max. Conn.
Range
Dia.
CCX-R
.47" - .59"
1.57"
CCX-S
.35" - .55"
.83"
CCX-T
.18" - .35"
.83"
Model
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Accessories
Terminal Strips
Bus Bars
Heavy duty 500 amp nikel-plated copper bus with 5/16” studs on insulating base (re-inforced nylon resin) with clear protective cover.
Model
Qty. of 5/16” Studs
Size
BB-2 3
2
1/16” x 1-1/2”
BB-2/8
2 plus 8 - #8 screws
6-1/16” x 1-1/2”
BB-5
5
6-1/16” x 1-1/2”
BB-8
8
9-1/16” x 1-1/2”
•
•
•
Use as a common negative/neutral bus for AC or DC systems. Dual terminal strips in 4 or 8 screw positions on 3/4" centers are secured to a high density insulated base.
Interlocking bases allow use of multiple terminal strips and bus bars to produce secure and neat wiring assemblies. The terminal strip bases have provisions for either #8 or #10 mounting screws, and no conductive parts in the base are exposed to the mounting surface.
Bus bars rated to 100 amps
Model
Total # of Base
Size
Terminals
TS-2x4
8
3-1/16” x 1-1/2”
TS-2x8
16
6-1/16” x 1-1/2”
Connector Strips
Molded nylon encases 6 or 12 pairs of connectors that use screw compression to secure
wires without use of lugs ideal for electronic installations. Brass barrels capture wires
and are held in place with a stainless steel "finger" compressed by a screw. The screw
does not make contact with the wires, protecting the copper strands from cuts and
breakage. Same connector strip used in BX Series boxes.
Model
# of Terminal Pairs Max Wire Gauge Max Amps*
Size (L X W X H)
CS-1
12
16
6
3.75” x .675” x .5”
CS-2
12
14
10
4.5” x .75” x .75”
CS-3
12
12
16
5.5” x .875” x .8”
*Per set of terminals
Emergency Relay/Charger
The E.R.C. allows emergency battery tie-in to a radio system that
is normally operated by a power supply.
Under normal conditions the radio is connected through the ERC
to the power supply and the back-up battery receives only a
trickle charge to keep it in peak condition.
In the event of AC power failure a relay automatically connects
the radio to the back-up battery, restoring the system within one
second.When AC power is restored the radio is automatically
reconnected to the power supply and the trickle charge resumes
to the battery.
Model
Amps
Int.
Cont.
12-15
15
10
12-35
35
30
24-35*
35
30
*Built to order
Phone-Com Systems
The Phone-Com intercom system provides direct, wired, point-to-point
communication, operates on 12 VDC, constructed of high-impact
plastic and are available in either classic white or traditional black.
Mounting brackets are provided.
PI-2
PI-2: Two station phone with single call button; sold individually
PI-2 SET: Two station phone set, 40’ interconnect wire, fuse, lugs,
mounting hardware
PI-10: Multi-station phone with 10 call buttons, sold individually
PI-10
PI-10
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DC Power Stabilizers
11
DC UPS: Nav-Pac & Start-Guard
2–3
Multi-Timer Fuse Distribution
12
Batter Chargers: PT Series
4-5
Low Voltage Disconnects & Power Timer
13
Heavy Duty Power Supplies
6
Battery Integrators & Isolators
14
Inverter-Chargers
7
Noise Filters & Automatic Power Selectors
15
DC Converters: Standard Series
8
Solar Panels
16
DC Converters: Isolated & ISP Series
9
Custom Panels
17
DC Converters: Step-Up Series
10
Meters
18
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