remote control gp-icr-50

REMOTE CONTROL
GP-ICR-50
User Manual
GP-ICR-50
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
SHORE POWER
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
ENTER / SET
BACK
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Congratulations on purchasing your Go Power! GP-ICR-50. The remote control enables you to monitor and customize your Go
Power! Inverter / Charger.
This manual will aid in the process of installing and operating the Go Power! Remote Control. Please read and understand this
manual before installing the Go Power! Remote Control. Please retain this manual for future reference.
Product Packaging
Please safely store the packing the GP-ICR-50 was delivered in or please recycle the packaging components
as outlined below;
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1.CONTENTS
2. GENERAL INFORMATION������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 4
2.1CAUTIONS�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4
2.2DISCLAIMERS�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 7
2.3GP-ICR-50 KIT PARTS������������������������������������������������������������������������� 7
2.3.1
PARTS CHECKLIST��������������������������������������������������������������� 7
2.4REMOTE FEATURES��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8
3.INSTALLATION���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10
3.1TYPICAL SYSTEM OVERVIEW���������������������������������������������������������10
3.2UNIT DIMENSIONS����������������������������������������������������������������������������14
3.3MOUNTING REQUIREMENTS�����������������������������������������������������������14
3.4 INSTALLATION TOOLS����������������������������������������������������������������������14
3.5MOUNTING PROCEDURE�����������������������������������������������������������������15
4.OPERATION��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������16
4.1REMOTE NAVIGATION���������������������������������������������������������������������� 16
4.2SUB MENU ITEMS/OPTIONS������������������������������������������������������������ 18
4.3SHORE POWER MAX MENU������������������������������������������������������������ 19
4.4UNIT READINGS MENU�������������������������������������������������������������������� 20
4.5UNIT SETUP MENU��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
4.6REMOTE SETTINGS MENU�������������������������������������������������������������� 26
5. WARRANTY RETURN PROCEDURE����������������������������������������������������������� 28
6. END OF LIFE - RECYCLING INFORMATION����������������������������������������������� 29
APPENDIX�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������30
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2.GENERAL INFORMATION
2.1 CAUTIONS / WARNINGS
This document contains important safety instructions for the products produced by Carmanah Technologies. Read all
instructions and cautionary markings on the product and on any accessories or additional equipment included in the
installation. Failure to follow these instructions could result in severe shock or possible electrocution. Use extreme caution at
all times to prevent accidents.
All electrical work must be performed in accordance with local and national electrical codes. These instructions are for use
by qualified personnel who meet all local and governmental code requirements for licensing and training for the installation of
electrical power systems with AC and DC voltage up to 600 volts.
Installation, maintenance, and connection of inverters must be performed by qualified personnel, in compliance with local
electrical standards, wiring rules, and the requirements of local power authorities and/or companies.
Safety regulations relevant to the location shall be followed during installation, operation and maintenance. Improper operation
may have a risk of electric shock or damage to equipment and property.
WARNING!
Hazard to Human Life
WARNING!
Shock Hazard
Danger of Shock or electrocution.
WARNING!
Burn / Fire Hazard
Danger of hot surface and/or fire.
CAUTION!
Hazard to Equipment
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This type of notation indicates that the hazard could be harmful to
human life.
IMPORTANT
This type of notation indicates that the hazard may cause damage
to the equipment.
This type of notation indicates that the information provided is
important to the installation, operation and/or maintenance of
the equipment. Failure to follow the recommendations in such a
notation could result in annulment of the equipment warranty.
General Safety
WARNING!
Limitations on Use
CAUTION!
Equipment Damage
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IMPORTANT
This equipment is NOT intended for use with life support equipment
or other medical equipment or devices.
This product is designed for indoor/compartment installation. It
must not be exposed to any liquids, moisture of any type.
Only use components or accessories recommended or sold by
Carmanah Technologies or its authorized agents.
Do not attempt to install this equipment if it appears to be damaged
in any way. See the Warranty section for instructions on returning
the equipment.
GENERAL INFORMATION
Personal Safety
Use safe lifting techniques when lifting this equipment as
recommended by the Occupational Safety and Health Association
(OSHA) or other local codes.
Use standard safety equipment when working on this equipment,
such as safety glasses, ear protection, steel-toed safety boots,
safety hard hats, etc.
Use standard safety practices when working with electrical
equipment. (Remove all jewelry, use insulated tools, wear cotton
clothing, etc.)
WARNING!
Personal Injury
Never work alone when installing or servicing this equipment. Have
someone nearby that can assist if necessary.
Do not touch the Inverter / Charger during operation. The
temperature of some parts of the inverter may exceed 60° during
operation. Let it cool for at least 5 minutes after shutdown before
touching it.
Ensure that children, pets, and other animals are kept away from
the inverter, solar arrays, battery bank, and utility grid components.
If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the
manufacturer, the protection provided by the equipment may be
impaired.
Equipment Safety
Review the system configuration to identify all possible sources
of energy. Ensure ALL sources of power are disconnected before
performing any installation or maintenance on this equipment.
Confirm that the terminals are de-energized using a validated
voltmeter (rated for a minimum 1000 VAC and 1000 VDC) to verify
the de energized condition.
WARNING!
Lethal Voltage
Do not perform any servicing other than that specified in the
installation instructions unless qualified to do so, or have been
instructed to do so by Carmanah Technologies Technical Support
personnel.
To avoid electric shock, disconnect the DC input and AC input of
the inverter at least 5 minutes before performing any installation
or maintenance.
Do not tighten the AC and DC terminals or pull on the AC and DC
wiring when the inverter is running.
Do not keep combustible or flammable materials in the same room
with the equipment. Some products contain relays with moving
parts and are not ignition-protected.
WARNING!
Fire Hazard
Ensure AC, DC, and ground cable sizes conform to local codes.
See product manuals for minimum size requirements.
Ensure all conductors are in good condition.
Do not operate the unit with damaged or substandard cabling.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
When connecting cables from the inverter to the battery terminals,
ensure the proper polarity is observed. Connecting the cables
incorrectly can damage or destroy the equipment and void the
product warranty.
CAUTION!
Equipment Damage
Thoroughly inspect the equipment prior to energizing. Verify that no
tools or equipment have been inadvertently left behind.
Ensure clearance requirements are strictly enforced.
Keep all vents clear of obstructions that can prevent proper air flow
around, or through, the unit.
CAUTION!
Equipment Damage
Static electricity may damage electronic components. Take
appropriate steps to prevent such damage to the inverter; otherwise
the warranty may be annulled.
Battery Safety
Ensure the cables (conductors) are properly sized.
Ensure clearance requirements are strictly enforced around
the batteries.
Ensure the area around the batteries is well ventilated and clean
of debris.
WARNING!
Explosion, Electrocution, or
Fire Hazard
Never smoke, or allow a spark or flame near, the batteries.
Always use insulated tools. Avoid dropping tools onto batteries or
other electrical parts.
Never charge a frozen battery.
Never use old or untested batteries. Check each battery’s label for
age, type, and date code to ensure all batteries are identical.
If a battery must be removed, always remove the grounded terminal
from the battery first. Make sure all devices are de-energized or
disconnected to avoid causing a spark.
Use the battery types recommended by Carmanah Technologies.
Follow the battery manufacturer’s recommendations for installation
and maintenance.
Insulate batteries as appropriate against freezing temperatures. A
discharged battery will freeze more easily than a charged one.
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If a remote or automatic generator control system is used, disable
the starting circuit and/or disconnect the generator from its starting
battery while performing maintenance to prevent accidental starting.
IMPORTANT
Wear complete eye and clothing protection when working
with batteries. Avoid touching bare skin or eyes while working
near batteries.
Keep plenty of fresh water and soap nearby in case battery acid
contacts skin, clothing, or eyes.
If battery acid contacts skin or clothing, wash immediately with soap
and water. If acid enters the eye, immediately flood it with running
cold water for at least 20 minutes and get medical attention as soon
as possible.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
2.2 DISCLAIMERS
IMPORTANT: Please follow installation and wiring instructions exactly as outlined to ensure safety. We recommend installation
by an RV technician or professional electrician to ensure adherence to relevant electrical codes. We have made every reasonable
effort to ensure the accuracy of the instructions in this manual, but Carmanah does not guarantee that the information is error free,
nor do we make any other representation, warranty or guarantee that the information is accurate, correct, reliable or current. The
specifications in this manual are for reference purposes only and are subject to change without notice. For additional information
please see www.gpelectric.com.
DISCLAIMER: Carmanah disclaims liability for any direct, indirect or incidental damages caused by, or in case of, installation
not performed following the instructions and cautions in this manual. Carmanah will refuse requests for exchanges or returns,
resulting from the purchase and installation of items which do not comply with local codes. To avoid such concerns Carmanah
recommends installation by a professional electrician or RV technician. Examples that are shown within this manual are for
illustrative purposes only.
2.3 GP-IC-2000 KIT PARTS
Note
Please unpack and make sure all parts shown in the list below are included in the kit. If any parts are missing please
contact Carmanah’s customer service team at customerservice@carmanah.com or 1.866.247.6527.
2.3.1 PARTS CHECKLIST
ITEM #
DESCRIPTION
01
GP-ICR-50
1
02
50’ Remote Cable
1
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
SHORE POWER
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
ENTER / SET
2
BACK
1
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GENERAL INFORMATION
2.4 REMOTE FEATURES
Unit Status
LED
14
Charger Status
LED
13
12
LCD Display
11
Mounting Holes
®
Inverter ON/OFF
Switch
10
1
INVERTER
ON/OFF
SHORE POWER
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
9
GP-IC-2000
Unit Readings
Menu
8
GP-IC-2000
Unit Setup Menu
7
GP-ICR-50
Setup Menu
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
Charger ON/OFF
Switch
2
ENTER / SET
3
UP
Menu Select
4
DOWN
Menu Select
5
Shore Power
Menu
BACK
ENTER / SET
Menu Select
6
BACK
Menu Select
1
Inverter ON/OFF - This button is used to turn the ‘Inverter’ function of the GP-IC-2000 on or off.
2
Charger ON/OFF - This button is used to turn the ‘Charger’ function of the GP-IC-2000 on or off. AC Shore power must be
connected for this switch to operate. Holding this button for 5 seconds will activate bulk charging (AC power connected)
3
UP Menu Select - Use this button to navigate up through the menu functions.
4
DOWN Menu Select - Use this button to navigate down through the menu functions.
5
ENTER / SET Menu Select - Use this button to enter menus and set (save) new values entered.
6
BACK Menu Select - Use this button to exit menus and return to the home screen.
7
Remote Settings Menu - When the > icon is pointing to remote settings, you are in the remote settings menu. This menu
includes options for adjusting settings on the remote control, like brightness, power save mode.
8
Unit Setup Menu - When the > icon is pointing to unit readings, you are in the unit settings menu. These are the
GP-IC-2000 Inverter / Charger main settings like search watts, battery types, etc.
9
Unit Readings Menu - When the > icon is pointing to unit readings, you are in the unit readings menu. These are for
display only and no settings can be changed in this menu.
10
Shore Power Menu - When the > icon is pointing to shore power, you are in the shore power settings menu. Use this
setting to adjust the maximum shore power allowed to pass through the GP-IC-2000.
11
Mounting Holes - These 4 holes are used to attach the GP-ICR-50 to a suitable wall, using the 4 x Phillips screws
included.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
15
2.7” (69mm)
2” (31mm)
RJ 45
Cable Entry Point
12
LCD Display - The 4 line LCD display shows the status and information for the GP-IC-2000. All setup menus and current
status figures appear on the LCD Display.
13
Charger Status LED - This LED indicates the status of the ‘Charger’ function of the GP-IC-2000, Green = Charging.
No colour = Not Charging.
14
Unit Status LED - This LED indicates the status of the ‘Inverting’ function of the GP-IC-2000, Green = Inverting.
No colour = Not - Inverting.
15
RJ 45 Cable Entry Point - Remote control cable entry point.
WARNING: Turning the unit OFF does not dis-connect the batteries or AC Power Source. Therefore the “AC output
load” is still active.
WARNING: Only use the remote control cable supplied, using different cables could cause permanent damge to the
GP-IC-2000 unit
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3.INSTALLATION
3.1 TYPICAL SYSTEM OVERVIEW
The following diagrams on pages 12-15 show how the GP-ICR-50 and GP-IC-2000 typically installed in a mobile RV application.
The diagrams show where the remote and Inverter / Charger are installed and how the mobile power system can be integrated
with a Go Power! RV Solar Kit (sold separately by Go Power, please contact us direct.)
Solar Panels
Refrigerator
Vent Cover
Internal
View
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INSTALLATION
GP-IC-Remote
Solar
Controller
ole
ns
Co
RV ea
Ar
Cable to
Battery Bank
Cable to
GP-IC-2000 Unit
AC Power OUTPUT
- to RV appliances
AC Power INPUT
- from Shore Power / Generator
(Fuses / Breakers not shown)
GP-IC-2000
Inverter / Charger
Cables From
Solar Charge Controller
Cables to / from
Battery Bank
Battery Bank
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INSTALLATION
Shore Power
120/240 VAC
Solar Panel
Solar Panel
AC Transfer Switch
Refrigerator
Vent Cover
or
Cable Entry Plate
Main Pane
Solar Charge
Controller
Earth Ground (RV, Boat Ground)
Fuse
Battery Temperature Sensor
To Battery
Bank
To Battery
Bank
Typical RV Solar Kit
(sold separately by Go Power)
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INSTALLATION
Generator Power
120/240 VAC
Remote Control (Optional)
120 VAC
240 VAC
(cabin install)
120 VAC
Sub Panel
GP-IC-2000
DC Panel
ON
OFF
Battery Disconnect Switch
(not required if circuit breaker is used)
Fuse or Circuit Breaker
Battery Bank
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INSTALLATION
3.2 UNIT DIMENSIONS
4.7” (120mm)
1.22” (31mm)
5.9” (149mm)
5.2” (133mm)
SHORE POWER
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
ENTER / SET
2.7” (69mm)
INVERTER
ON/OFF
3.3” (83mm)
3.9” (98mm)
®
BACK
3.3 MOUNTING REQUIREMENTS
The GP-ICR-50 control must be installed in a location that is clean dry and protected. Make sure the LCD screen is visible and
access to the menu navigation buttons is clear and un-obstructed. Always check for hidden electrical wires, pipes and cables
before drilling, cutting or screwing into walls / cabinets.
3.4 INSTALLATION TOOLS
a.
Screwdriver (Phillips)
b.
Keyhole saw
c.
Pencil or marker
d.
Electric hand drill and drill bits
e.
Zip ties
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INSTALLATION
3.5 MOUNTING PROCEDURE
To mount the GP-ICR-50 in a wall, the opening behind the wall must be at least 2” (5cm) of depth to allow room for the remote
and cable.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Cut a 3” x 5” rectangular opening in the wall, ensure there is enough material for the screws to securely mount the remote.
Use the GP-ICR-50 as a template for the 4 holes, mark the positions of the 4 holes with a pencil/pen.
Drill the 4 pilot holes for the #8 x 3/4” screws.
Route one end of the remote control cable through the wall opening to the Inverter / Charger, plug this end into the REMOTE
port.
5. Take the other end of the remote cable and plug it into the rear of the GP-ICR-50. The remote should power up if the GPIC-2000 is connected to the battery bank. All power to operate the GP-ICR-50 is provided by the GP-IC-2000 through the
remote cable.
6. When the remote powers up, secure the remote control unit to the wall using the four Phillips screws supplied.
4.9"
(12.45cm)
Panel /
Wall
Mounting
Screws
GP-IC-2000
2.8"
(7.1cm)
TE
REMO
Remote Control Port
Remote Cable
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4.OPERATION
4.1 REMOTE NAVIGATION
“DEFAULT HOME SCREEN”
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
Go Power !
Initializing…
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
ENTER / SET
CHARGER
ON/OFF
BACK
DC Status
11.68 V
0.0 A
ENTER / SET
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
BACK
1. Press the Inverter ON/OFF button to turn the Inverter on, which then automatically powers the remote up. The remote will
take up to 10 seconds to go to the default home screen which is DC Status in the unit readings sub menu. As shown above.
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
DC Status
11.68 V
0.0 A
CHARGER
ON/OFF
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
CHARGER
ON/OFF
“MENU DOWN”
ENTER / SET
DC Status
11.68 V
0.0 A
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
“MENU DOWN”
BACK
ENTER / SET
BACK
®
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
DC Status
11.68 V
0.0 A
CHARGER
ON/OFF
SHORE POWER
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
“MENU DOWN”
ENTER / SET
INVERTER
ON/OFF
UNIT READINGS
CHARGER
ON/OFF
DC Status
11.68 V
0.0 A
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
“MENU DOWN”
BACK
ENTER / SET
BACK
2. To navigate through the 4 different sub menus, press the down menu select button once to move the arrow to unit setup,
twice to get to remote settings, 3 times for shore power and 4 clicks returns you back to unit readings.
3. To enter any of the sub menus, press the ENTER / SET button. To exit any of the sub menus, press the BACK button.
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OPERATION
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
CHARGER
ON/OFF
DC Status
11.68 V
0.0 A
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
CHARGER
ON/OFF
“SUB MENU
DOWN”
ENTER / SET
AC INPUT
0A
0V
0 Hz
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
“SUB MENU
DOWN”
BACK
ENTER / SET
BACK
®
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
CHARGER
ON/OFF
Temperature
Batt : 20.0°C
Trans : 30.5°C
Fets : 30.6°C
INVERTER
ON/OFF
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
“SUB MENU
DOWN”
ENTER / SET
CHARGER
ON/OFF
VAC OUT
120 V
60.0 Hz
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
“SUB MENU
DOWN”
ENTER / SET
BACK
BACK
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
CHARGER
ON/OFF
DC Status
11.68 V
0.0 A
ENTER / SET
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
BACK
4. To navigate through the sub menu options, first enter the menu using the ENTER / SET button.
5. Then press the down menu select button to move to the next sub menu option (notice the menu arrow does not move) and
again to move to the next sub menu option, you will cycle back to the start when you have scrolled through all available
options in that sub menu. The unit readings menu options tree is shown above.
6. To exit the sub menu options, press the BACK button, this will take you back to the default home screen.
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OPERATION
4.2 SUB MENU ITEMS/OPTIONS
Menu Heading
Shore Pow Max
Selections / Adjustments Range
Default Setting
5 - 50A
30A
DC
11.68V
0.0A
Unit Readings
AC INPUT
0A
0V
0 Hz
VAC OUT
120 V
60.0 Hz
Read Only
Temperature
Batt : 20.0°C
Trans : 30.5°C
Fets : 30.6°C
01 Search Watts
OFF, 5 - 50W
5W
02 LowBatCutOut
9.0 - 12.2 VDC
10.5 VDC
80 - 100V
85V
0.0 - 25.5 HR
12.0 HR
05 Battery Type
Gel, Flooded, AGM 1, AGM 2, Custom
AGM 1
06 Charge Rate
0 - 100%
80%
07 Final Charge
Multi-Stage, Float, Silent
Multi-Stage
08 ABS Chg Time
0.5 - 24.0 HR
2.0 HR
09 Equalization
Active/Inactive
Inactive
10 Rebulk Volt
12.0 - 16.0 VDC
12.1 VDC
Model & Revisions
Remote : 1544.1
Inverter : 1537.1
Read Only
Yes / No
No
Locked, Unlocked, Change Pin
(Pin = 0000)
Unlocked
Power Save
OFF, 1 - 60 Minutes
OFF
Screen Setup
Contrast = 0 - 100%
80%
Yes, No
Yes
Remote Settings
Unit Setup
03 VAC Dropout
04 Max.Cha Time
Load Defaults
Set PIN
Pwr Up Always
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OPERATION
4.3 SHORE POWER MAX MENU
Menu Heading
Selections / Adjustments Range
Default Setting
5 - 50A
30A
Shore Power Max
The shore power max menu enables the user to quickly change your shore max setting to coordinate with the circuit breaker rating
from the incoming AC source. This setting ensures the AC loads receive the maximum current available from the utility / generator.
When the total current used to power the AC loads (appliances) and charge the batteries begins to approach the shore pow max
setting, the current that was used for charging the batteries is reduced. This ensures the AC loads have the required current to
keep operating.
Set the shore power max setting to match the current rating of the utility power or the generator’s circuit breaker. If you are using
two AC Input sources (utility and generator) to the GP-IC-2000 through an external transfer switch, adjust the shore max setting
to the smaller AC circuit breaker size of the two AC power sources.
The GP-IC-2000 has 2 inputs (AC HOT 1 and AC HOT 2), but the current is only monitored on AC HOT 1. If you wire the Inverter
/ Charger in Single In - Single Out (50A) configurations (see the GP-IC-2000 user manual) the shore power max setting should
be set to 1/2 the input breaker size, which will be 25A (50A/2 = 25A). This is because half the current will pass through AC HOT
1 and the other half through AC HOT 2 simultaneously.
®
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
SHORE POW. MAX
25.0
INVERTER
ON/OFF
SHORE POWER
SHORE POW. MAX
30.0
UNIT READINGS
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
UNIT SETUP
CHARGER
ON/OFF
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
“MODIFY UP”
“ENTER MENU”
ENTER / SET
REMOTE SETTINGS
ENTER / SET
BACK
BACK
®
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
SHORE POW. MAX
0.0
INVERTER
ON/OFF
SHORE POWER
SHORE POW. MAX
25.0
UNIT READINGS
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
CHARGER
ON/OFF
UNIT READINGS
REMOTE SETTINGS
“MODIFY DOWN”
“SET” (Save value)
ENTER / SET
SHORE POWER
UNIT SETUP
UNIT SETUP
ENTER / SET
BACK
BACK
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
CHARGER
ON/OFF
DC Status
11.68 V
0.0 A
ENTER / SET
SHORE POWER
AFTER SAVING
REMOTE WILL GO BACK TO
“DEFAULT HOME SCREEN”
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
BACK
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OPERATION
4.4 UNIT READINGS MENU
Menu Heading
Selections / Adjustments Range
Default Setting
DC
11.68V
0.0A
Unit Readings
AC INPUT
0A
0V
0 Hz
VAC OUT
120 V
60.0 Hz
Read Only
Temperature
Batt: 20.0°C
Trans: 30.5°C
Fets: 30.6°C
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
CHARGER
ON/OFF
DC Status
11.68 V
0.0 A
ENTER / SET
SHORE POWER
1. DC STATUS
The first value: 11.68 V displays the voltage (VDC) from the battery bank
connected to the GP-IC-2000. This reading is displayed with a 0.01 VDC
resolution.
The second value: 0.0A displays the battery current (VDC) either being
discharged (inverting mode) or charged (charging mode) from/into the
battery bank.
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
A negative value, e.g. -35.0A shows that the batteries are dis-charging
and the GP-IC-2000 is inverting.
BACK
A positive value, e.g. 40.0A shows that the batteries are charging and
the GP-IC-2000 is in charging mode.
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
CHARGER
ON/OFF
AC INPUT
0A
0V
0 Hz
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
2. AC INPUT
The first value is showing the total AC Amps being used by the inverter
for charging and for powering any AC Loads. This reading is always
displayed as a positive number. If the charger is using 15A to charge
the batteries and the connected AC load is using 10A then the total AC
Input value is displayed as 25A.
The second value is showing the voltage (AC) of the connected AC Power
source (Utility or Generator). This will usually read 120V.
ENTER / SET
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BACK
The third value is showing the frequency of the connected AC Power
source (Utility or Generator). This is displyed as a unit of frequency:
Hertz (Hz).
OPERATION
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
CHARGER
ON/OFF
VAC OUT
120 V
60.0 Hz
ENTER / SET
When in inverting mode this reading is displaying the inverters output
voltage.
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
When in charging or AC pass through mode, the display is showing the
AC voltage that is passing through the GP-IC-2000 from the AC power
source (utility or generator)
BACK
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
CHARGER
ON/OFF
Temperature
Batt : 20.0°C
Trans : 30.5°C
Fets : 30.6°C
ENTER / SET
3. VAC OUT
The first value displays the AC voltage measurement at the inverters
output terminals.
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
4. TEMPERATURE
Batt: Displays the temperature of the GP-IC-2000 battery temp sensor
which should be connected to the battery bank
Trans: Displays the temperature of the main power transformer inside
the GP-IC-2000.
REMOTE SETTINGS
Fets: Displays the temperature of the field effect transistors (FETs)
inside the GP-IC-2000.
BACK
4.5 UNIT SETUP MENU
Menu Heading
Selections / Adjustments Range
Default Setting
01 Search Watts
OFF, 5 - 50W
5W
02 LowBatCutOut
9.0 - 12.2 VDC
10.5 VDC
80 - 100V
85V
0.0 - 25.5 HR
12.0 HR
05 Battery Type
Gel, Flooded, AGM 1, AGM 2, Custom
AGM 1
06 Charge Rate
0 - 100%
80%
07 Final Charge
Multi-Stage, Float, Silent
Multi-Stage
08 ABS Chg Time
0.5 - 24.0 HR
2.0 HR
09 Equalization
Active/Inactive
Inactive
10 Rebulk Volt
12.0 - 16.0 VDC
12.1 VDC
Unit Setup
03 VAC Dropout
04 Max.Cha Time
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OPERATION
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
UNIT SETUP
01 SEARCH WATTS
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
ENTER / SET
UNIT SETUP
02 LowBatCutOut
If a load greater than the wattage level setting turns on while the Inverter
/ Charger is searching, the inverter starts inverting mode, to power the
appliance.
If the GP-IC-2000 spends a lot of time searching and you can tolerate
small loads <5 watts, being off, then use the search watts feature. If you
have small loads (digital clocks, satellite receivers, wifi routers) which need
to be on, then the search watts feature should be turned off.
BACK
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
1. SEARCH WATTS
The search watts feature helps save the battery power by reducing the
GP-IC-2000 output to search pulses when there is no detectable load.
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
2. LOW BATTERY CUTOUT (LBCO)
The lowbattcutout setting sets the DC voltage level that turns off the
GP-IC-2000 to protect the battery bank from over-discharge damage.
If the battery bank voltage drops below the LBCO selected set-point
continuously for more than one minute, the fault LED comes on and the
Inverter / Charger turns off.
UNIT SETUP
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
ENTER / SET
The default setting for the lowbattcutout is 10.5 VDC and the range is
9.00 to 12.2 VDC (increments by 0.01 VDC).
If you want to cycle the batteries slightly - but don’t want to discharge
them more than 20% - then set the LBCO from 11.5 - 12.2 VDC.
BACK
In some applications, such as those installed in an off-grid home or when
doing a lot of boon-docking (dry camping) in your RV, you may want to
cycle down to 50% by setting the LBCO from 10.0 to 11.4 VDC. Higher
discharge rates will decrease battery life.
In extreme circumstances you have the ability to discharge the batteries
to 80% by setting the LBCO between 9.0 - 9.5 VDC. Higher discharge
rates will decrease battery life.
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
UNIT SETUP
03 VAC Dropout
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
3. VAC DROPOUT
The VAC dropout is used to select the minimum AC voltage that must be
present at the AC Input before the GP-IC-2000 switches the inverting mode
off. This setting also determines the minimum AC voltage threshold where
the AC Pass through disengages and the inverting mode is switched on
to provide AC power. This feature protects any sensitive AC appliances
from shore power fluctuations.
The default setting for the VAC dropout is 85 VAC and the range is 80 to
100 VAC (increments by 1 VDC).
ENTER / SET
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BACK
If the setting is set to 80 VAC, when the AC input voltage drops to 80 volts
the GP-IC-2000 will switch from AC pass through mode to Inverting mode.
OPERATION
4. MAX CHARGE TIME
The max charge time is a safety feature that ensures abnormal conditions
do not cause the charger to hold batteries at a high voltage for a prolonged
period of time.
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
UNIT SETUP
04 Max . Cha Time
SHORE POWER
This option sets the maximum time the charger is allowed to charge
the batteries.
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
The default time is 12.0 Hrs and the range is 0 to 25.5 hours (increments
by 0.1 Hours).
ENTER / SET
BACK
5. BATTERY TYPE
The battery type option is used to change the charging profiles for each
of the following battery types: Gel, Flooded, AGM1, AGM2 and Custom.
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
UNIT SETUP
05 Battery Type
The fixed voltage settings are shown in the table below for the different
types of batteries.
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
ENTER / SET
The custom battery type setting allows the user to individually adjust the
float and absorb charge voltage settings for your batteries. The following
voltage settings can be modified and set when the custom battery type
option is selected;
BACK
Absorb - Sets the level at which the charging voltage is held constant during an absorption cycle. The default value is 14.0V
and the range is 12.0 to 16.0V (increments by 0.1 VDC).
Float - Sets the level at which the charging voltage is held constant during a float cycle. The default value is 14.0V and the range
is 12.0 to 16.0 VDC (increments by 0.1 VDC).
Equalize - Sets the level at which the charging voltage is held constant during an equalization cycle. The default value is 14.0V
and the range is 12.0 to 16.0 VDC (increments by 0.1 VDC).
Type
Inverter
Voltage
Absorption
Voltage
Float
Voltage
Equalization
Voltage*
Gel
12 VDC
14.1 VDC
13.6 VDC
No Equalize
Flooded
12 VDC
14.6 VDC
13.4 VDC
15.5 VDC*
AGM 1
12 VDC
14.3 VDC
13.1 VDC
15.5 VDC*
AGM 2
12 VDC
14.5 VDC
13.5 VDC
No Equalize
Custom
12 VDC
14.1 VDC
13.6 VDC
14.1 VDC
*only applicable if equalizatioin option is enabled
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OPERATION
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
UNIT SETUP
06 Charge Rate
Setting the charge rate to 0% will stop the batteries from charging whilst
continuing to allow pass through power. Setting the charge rate between
0 - 100% will limit/increase the charge rate to the battery bank. Reducing
the charging rate can help to reduce battery overheating caused by
charging at high charge rate %.
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
ENTER / SET
6. CHARGE RATE
The charge rate is used to set the maximum charge rate allowed to
charge the batteries during bulk, absorption, float and equalize charging.
The GP-IC-2000 has a maximum charge rate of 100 Amps / hour, so
setting the charge rate to 50% will derate this charging capacity to 50
Amps / hour.
BACK
A guideline for battery bank charge rates is, for fast charging: C/5, where C is the total amp hour capacity of the battery bank.
For example a 400 Amp hour capacity will have a fast charge rate of 80 Amps/hour (400/5 = 80), which means setting the charge
rate to 80%.
For slow charge rates a simple guideline is C/20, so a slow charge rate for the 400 Amp hour capacity battery bank will have a
slow charge rate of 20 Amps/hour (400/20 = 20), which means setting the charge rate to 20%.
The default setting is 80% and the range is from 0%-100% (in 10% increments).
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
UNIT SETUP
07 Final Charge
The default setting is multi-stage, the other options are: silent and float.
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
ENTER / SET
7. FINAL CHARGE
The final charge setting is used to adjust what charging state the GPIC-2000 transitions too after the absorption stage has finished.
BACK
Multi: The multi setting transitions from the absorption stage to float.
Once in the float stage for four hours with no DC loads on the batteries,
the charger enters the full charge state. In full charge mode, the charger
automatically stops charging but is still on and actively monitoring the
battery voltage. Multi is the most commonly used charge mode. It is
suitable for most applications and will assure a full charge to the batteries.
Float: The float stage is a maintenance charge mode that maintains a constant voltage - while delivering up to the maximum
rated current of the charger in order to power any DC loads connected to the battery bank. Float mode is typically used when
the charger is the only charge source connected to the battery bank. This mode will maintain the batteries at float voltage.
Silent: Silent mode stops charging once it transitions from absorb mode. Once the charger enters the silent mode the battery
voltage is continuously monitored. If the battery bank falls to a predetermined set point, the charger restarts the bulk charge mode
and transitions to absorb charge mode and back to silent mode until the predetermined voltage set point is reached again. Silent
mode is typically used when an alternative charge source is available and able to fully charge or finish the charge cycle after the
absorb stage. A major difference between multi mode and silent mode is that the silent mode returns to bulk mode instead of
float mode. In silent mode you can also adjust the re-bulk set-point (see menu 10) in order to allow the alternate charge source
to provide more of the battery charging.
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
UNIT SETUP
08 ABS Chg Time
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
ENTER / SET
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BACK
8. ABS (ABSORPTION) CHARGE TIME
The ABS charge time is used as a safety feature that ensures abnormal
conditions do not cause the charger to hold the batteries at a high voltage
for a prolonged period of time. This setting option allows the user to
set a maximum time the charger is allowed to operate in either constant
current or constant voltage charge modes. If the charger reaches the
max time setting, it will transition to the silent charge stage.
The default setting is 2.0 Hrs and the range is 0.5 - 24.0 Hours (in 0.1
Hr increments).
OPERATION
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
UNIT SETUP
08 ABS Chg Time
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
ENTER / SET
9. EQUALIZATION
The equalize setting is used to remove sulfates that may have built up
on the plates within the battery. The build up of sulfates on the battery
plates can reduce the overall capacity of the battery.
Equalizing batteries involves carrying out a controlled overcharge of the
batteries, after the batteries have been fully charged.
Equalize charging is activated by selecting active. The charging cycle
will then follow the following sequence: BULK - ABS - EQU - FINAL.
The maximum equalization stage time is 4 hours and the GP-IC-2000
will enter final charging state after the equalization time is complete.
BACK
Equalization charging will be automatically switched off when AC shore power is disconnected or the Inverter / Charger is turned
off and turned on again. Therefore, the function will only be activated when the user wants to use it, every time the GP-IC-2000
is turned off the equalization setting will default to INACTIVE.
Equalizing batteries produces hydrogen and oxygen gas. Ensure the battery compartment has adequate ventilation to dissipate
this gas to avoid explosions.
Ensure your batteries can be equalized - only equalize batteries that can be equalized. Consult your battery manufacturer for
further information. Equalizing batteries not designed for equalizing can permanently damage them.
Gel and AGM2 battery types are not permitted for equalizing.
Whilst using the equalizing function it is advised not to connect loads to the AC Output, because this will reduce the charging
voltage and prevent the GP-IC-2000 from going to equalization.
Ensure the DC loads will not be damaged by the higher voltage applied to the batteries during the equalize charge. It is advised
to disconnect the DC loads to prevent damage.
It is recommended to equalize batteries periodically depending on usage rates ranging from once or twice per year to once a
month. Consult your battery manufacturer for further information.
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
UNIT SETUP
10 Rebulk Volt
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
CHARGER
ON/OFF
10. REBULK VOLTAGE
The rebulk voltage setting is used to set a DC voltage set point when
the silent final charge is selected in the 07 - final charge option. This
setting should be the lowest DC volts you want the batteries to fall before starting a new bulk charge cycle. Typically the lowest DC volts the
batteries are allowed to fall is 12.0 to 12.2 VDC.
REMOTE SETTINGS
The default setting is 12.1V and the range is 12.0 - 16.0 VDC (Increments
by 0.1 VDC).
ENTER / SET
BACK
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OPERATION
4.6 REMOTE SETTINGS MENU
The remote settings menu provides access to a range of settings that are based around the remote control operation including
system information and the opportunity to re-load factory default values.
Remote : 1544.1
Inverter : 1537.1
Read Only
Yes / No
No
Locked, Unlocked, Change Pin
(Pin = 0000)
Unlocked
Power Save
OFF, 1 - 60 Minutes
OFF
Screen Setup
Contrast = 0 - 100%
80%
Yes, No
Yes
Remote Settings
Model & Revisions
Load Defaults
Set PIN
Pwr Up Always
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
CHARGER
ON/OFF
Model & Revisions
Remote : 1544.1
Inverter : 1537.1
ENTER / SET
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
BACK
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
CHARGER
ON/OFF
Load Defaults
Edit
No
ENTER / SET
CHARGER
ON/OFF
Load Defaults
Edit
No
ENTER / SET
2. LOAD DEFAULTS
This setting restores all factory default values for both the remote control
and the GP-IC-2000. To restore factory defaults, select the menu then
set to YES and confirm.
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
BACK
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
1. MODEL & REVISIONS
This read only display shows the model number and revisions of the both
the GP-IC-2000 and the Remote control. It is prudent to make a note
of these two numbers for future reference. If you ever need to contact
Go Power! Technical support these two numbers will be required to help
the customer service personnel help you.
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
REMOTE SETTINGS
BACK
3. SET PIN
This setting can be used to set a pin number to lock the customizable
setting menu options on the GP-IC-2000 and remote control. This
feature is useful when the operation of the Inverter / Charger has been
set up by an experienced user / installer. Restricting access to menus
with a password can avoid unauthorized changes to your settings by
inexperienced users.
To set a pin use the right menu select button then use the UP menu to
input a number, use the down menu select button to move to the next
number. To save the pin press the right menu select button.
After the pin has been set you then have the option of locking setup
or unlocking setup. Use the right menu button to select either lock or
unlock and the down menu button to toggle between the two options.
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OPERATION
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
Power Save
OFF
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
4. POWER SAVE
The power save setting is used to control when the remote control
screen will power down after a period of inactivity. Shutting down the
remote control screen will save DC power and will eliminate glare from
the LCD screen. Whenever the remote goes into power save mode,
the LCD back light and LEDs can be reactivated by pressing any button.
UNIT SETUP
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
ENTER / SET
The default setting for power save is 60 minutes (after 60 minutes of
inactivity the LCD and LEDs will turn off), this can be changed to 1, 5,
10, 15, 30, 45 and 60 minutes. The power save setting can also be
turned OFF by selecting OFF.
BACK
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
Screen Setup
Contrast = 80%
SHORE POWER
The default setting is 80% and the range is 0-100% (10% increments).
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
ENTER / SET
BACK
®
INVERTER
ON/OFF
5. SCREEN SETUP
The screen setup is used to adjust the contrast of the LCD screen and
the back light brightness for the best looking display based on the current
lighting conditions and viewing angle.
Pwr Up Always
YES
SHORE POWER
UNIT READINGS
UNIT SETUP
CHARGER
ON/OFF
REMOTE SETTINGS
ENTER / SET
BACK
6. POWER UP
The power up setting allows the GP-IC-2000 to power up and provide
AC power automatically once DC voltage (battery bank) is connected
to the Inverter / Charger.
When the power up setting is set to No, the user has to physically turn
the Inverter on and off when the remote is connected to DC voltage.
When the power up setting is set to Yes, the Inverter will automatically
turn on when an AC load is detected on the AC output side of the GPIC-2000. The size of the AC load that will automatically turn the Inverter
on is dependent on the search watts setting.
Users who are familiar with un-interruptible power supplies (UPS) that
power up automatically when DC power is connected will select the
power up - Yes setting to obtain the same power up feature like the UPS.
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5. WARRANTY RETURN PROCEDURE
The Go Power! warranty is valid against defects in materials and workmanship for the specific product warranty period. It is not
valid against defects resulting from, but not limited to:
•
•
•
•
•
Misuse and/or abuse, neglect or accident
Exceeding the unit’s design limits
Improper installation, including, but not limited to, improper environmental protection and improper hook-up
Acts of God, including lightning, floods, earthquakes, fire, and high winds
Damage in handling, including damage encountered during shipment
A warranty shall be considered void if the warranted product is in any way opened or altered. The warranty will be void if any
eyelet, rivets, or other fasteners used to seal the unit are removed or altered, or if the unit’s serial number is in any way removed,
altered, replaced, defaced, or rendered illegible.
Warranty Return Procedure
Before contacting Go Power!’s customer service department, please read the “frequently asked questions” section of our website
to troubleshoot the problem. If trouble persists:
1. Call your Go Power!™ Technical Support team (1-866-247-6527) or
2. Return defective product to place of purchase
Unless approved by Go Power! Management, all product shipped collect to Go Power! will be refused. Test items or items that
are not under warranty, or units that are not defective, will be charged a minimum bench charge of ($50.00 US) plus taxes and
shipping. A 15% restocking charge will be applied on goods returned and accepted as “new” stock.
An RMA number (Return Materials Authorization number) from Carmanah Customer Service is required prior to returning any
Carmanah Products. Carmanah reserves the right to refuse any items sent to Carmanah without an associated RMA number. To
obtain an RMA number, please contact customerservice@carmanah.com or Telephone 1-250-380-0052 or Fax 1-250-380-0062
worldwide – or Toll Free for US & Canada 1-866-247-6527.
Out of Warranty
Go Power! electronic products are non-repairable, Go Power! does not perform repairs on its products nor does it contract out
those repairs to a third party. Go Power! does not supply schematics or replacement parts for any of its electronic products.
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6. END OF LIFE - RECYCLING INFORMATION
Product E.O.L (End of life) Information
This product required the extraction and use of natural resources. It may contain substances that could be harmful
to the environment or human health if improperly handled at the product’s end of life. In order to avoid release of
such substances into the environment and to reduce the use of natural resources, we encourage you to recycle
the GP-ICR-50 in an appropriate way that will ensure most of the materials are reused or recycled appropriately.
DO NOT DISPOSE OF THIS PRODUCT WITH NORMAL GARBAGE
The easiest way to recycle the GP-ICR-50 is to take the unit to a local certified e-waste (electronics waste) recycling centre.
Knowing for sure if your appliances are being recycled properly is tricky. If your in doubt just ask. Recyclers that are certified
should gladly show you their certification. If the re-cycler is certified, chances are very high that they are recycling responsibly.
To find your local e-waste centre please contact your local municipality. The following website also has information on local
recycling centres: www.earth911.com/recycling-center-search-guides
If you have no local certified e-waste recycling centre, the GP-ICR-50 can be dis-assembled manually and recycled responsibly.
A Phillips screwdriver is required to disassemble the GP-ICR-50. Note: The GP-ICR-50 should only be dis-assembled at the
end of its service life, Go Power! provides no spare parts for the GP-ICR-50.
CFB
Metal Recycling
ALU3
4
Aluminum
7
CFB
Metal Recycling
ALU3
4
Aluminum
Metal
Case
CFB
PCB
Recycling
3
4
(small electronics)
People. Planet. Profit.
Carmanah Technologies
7
CFB
7
Metal
Case
Metal Recycling
Steel
3
4
7
Poly
Polycarbonate
3
4
7
CFB
Plastic
Cover
Metal Recycling
Brass
3
4
7
7
CFB
Local recycling centres can be found here;
www.earth911.com/recycling-center-search-guides
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SHORE POW. MAX
0A ~ 50A (30A)
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Temperature
Batt : 20.0℃
Trans : 30.5℃
Fets : 30.6℃
VAC OUT
120 V
60.0 Hz
AC INPUT
0A
0V
0 Hz
DC
11.68V
0.0A
UNIT
ON/OFF
Go Power !
Initializing…
04 Max . Cha Time
0.0HR~25.5HR(12.0HR )
UNIT SETUP
04 Max . Cha Time
03 VAC Dropout
80V ~ 85V (85V )
UNIT SETUP
03 VAC Dropout
02 LowBatCutOut
9.00V ~ 10.5V
( 10.5V )
UNIT SETUP
02 LowBatCutOut
01 SEARCH WATTS
OFF ~ 50W (OFF)
UNIT SETUP
01 SEARCH WATTS
DC Status
11.68 V
0.0 A
Input New PIN
Unlock SETUP
Input New PIN
0000
Input Old PIN
0000
Set PIN
****
Load Defaults
Edit
No
Remote : 1544.1
Inverter : 1537.1
Model & Revisions
APPENDIX
05 Battery Type
YES/NO(YES)
Pwr Up Always
Screen Setup Contrast
00% ~ 100% (80%)
Power Save
OFF ~ 60MIN (OFF)
UNIT SETUP
10 Rebulk Volt
UNIT SETUP
09 Equalization
UNIT SETUP
08 ABS Chg Time
10 Rebulk Volt
12.0~16.0V(12.1V)
09 Equalization
ACTIVE\INACTIVE(INACTIVE)
08 ABS Cha Time
0.5Hr ~ 24.0Hr(2.0Hr )
07 Final Charge
MUTI-STAGE, FLOAT-STAGE, SILENT-STAGE (MUTI-STAGE)
UNIT SETUP
07 Final Charge
06 Charge Rate
0% ~ 100% (80%)
UNIT SETUP
06 Charge Rate
GEL ,Flooded,AGM1,AGM2,
Custom ( AGM1)
UNIT SETUP
05 Battery Type
APPENDIX
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®
Carmanah Technologies Corporate Headquarters
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Tel: 1.866.247.6527
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