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Instruction Manual Electrobloc EBL 99 G
Electrobloc EBL 99 G
Type no. 911.417
Table of contents
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Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
2
Safety information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
3
Description and appropriate use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
4
Suitable accessories (not supplied) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
5
Electrical data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
6
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
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Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
8
Shutting down the system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
9
Changing the battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
10
Technical faults, possible causes and remedies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
11
Customer service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
12
Block diagram - for specialist workshop only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
13
Fault report. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
© 2005 Schaudt GmbH, Elektrotechnik & Apparatebau, Daimlerstraße 5, 88677 Markdorf, Germany, Phone +49 7544 9577-0, Telefax +49 7544 9577-29, www.schaudt-gmbh.de
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Introduction
This instruction manual contains important information for safe operation of
the Electrobloc. It is essential to read and to follow the given safety information.
The instruction manual should always be kept in the motorhome/caravan. All
safety information must be passed on to other users.
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Failure to comply with this sign may lead to the endangerment of persons.
Failure to comply with this sign may damage the device or the connected
consumers.
This sign indicates recommendations or special features.
The reproduction, translation and duplication of this manual, even in parts, is
not allowed without written authorization.
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Safety information
The design of the Electrobloc is state-of-the-art and according to approved
safety technology. Nevertheless, if the safety information in this instruction
manual is not closely followed, persons might get injured or the Electrobloc
might be damaged.
Do not use the Electrobloc if it is not in technically good order and condition.
The instruction manual must be followed.
Any technical faults affecting the safety of persons or of the Electrobloc must
be dealt with immediately by qualified personnel.
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The electrical system of the motorhome or the caravan has to meet
current DIN, VDE and ISO regulations. Manipulations of the electrical
system will endanger the safety of persons and the vehicle, and are
therefore prohibited.
Never make any modifications to the Electrobloc.
The electrical connection may only be established by qualified personnel and must be carried out according to the Schaudt installation
instructions.
Connection work is to be carried out in tensionless condition only.
Risk of fatal injury due to electric shock or fire in the case of a defective
mains cable or incorrect connection!
Risk of fatal injury!
Never perform maintenance on the Electrobloc when it is live.
Blown fuses must only be replaced when the cause of the fault is
known and eliminated.
Never bridge or repair fuses.
Danger of burning! Blown fuses must only be changed on a zero-current Electrobloc.
Only use original fuses rated as specified in the instruction manual.
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Danger of burning! During operation the back of the Electrobloc gets
hot. Do not touch.
Danger of explosion from formation of detonating gas due to an incorrectly set battery selector switch, defective batteries, defective Electrobloc or an excessively high battery working temperature (more than
30 °C).
The AES refrigerator fuse may only be used if a AES refrigerator is connected. Otherwise, the living area battery may get totally discharged. Battery damage is possible.
An incorrectly set battery selector switch damages the living area battery.
Disconnect the Electrobloc from the mains before adjusting the battery
selector switch.
If the living area battery is separated from the Electrobloc using the 12 V
main switch at the control and switch panel, the frost protection valve of
the heater system opens. Water may be lost. For more information, see
the instruction manual of the heater system.
Before and after shutdown, the living area battery must be fully recharged
to avoid battery damage. For this purpose the vehicle must be connected
to mains supply for a minimum of 12 hours with an 80 Ah battery and
24 hours with a 160 Ah battery.
Do not operate the Schaudt solar charge regulator without a battery. This
might damage the solar charge regulator or any connected consumers. If
the battery is going to be changed or removed, please first take off the positive lead "+ Solarzelle" (+ Solar Module) on the solar charge regulator.
To avoid voltage peaks during warm-up, do not connect the generator until
it is running in a stable manner. Otherwise, the Electrobloc, the 12 V consumers or other connected equipment might get damaged. It is essential
that the generator complies with the mains supply specifications.
The mains supply on board car ferries might not always be perfect. Therefore, never connect the Electrobloc to the mains on car ferries. Otherwise,
the Electrobloc, the 12 V consumers or other connected equipment might
get damaged.
Description and appropriate use
The Electrobloc EBL 99 G is designed as a main power distributor for
motorhomes/caravans. The Electrobloc is a permanent installation. The Electrobloc is for charging batteries and supplying 12 V appliances with power.
The electrical management system Electrobloc EBL 99 G consists of:
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The LAS 1218 charger module
The 12 V distribution
Fuses for the 12 V circuits
A battery monitor module
Other control and monitoring functions
The charger module is a primary controlled switch-mode power supply. This
modern switching technology achieves high charging performance at a compact size and low weight.
A control and switch panel has to be connected for operation. This control and
switch panel controls the electrical functions in the living area of in the
motorhome, including accessories.
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There are connections for an auxiliary charging unit and a solar charge regulator.
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Electrobloc EBL 99 G, front view
1 Mains connection
2 Connections for refrigerator
3 Connections for refrigerator power supply, D+ and sensor/control wires
4 Connections for frost protection valve, heater and floor light/step
5 Connections for control and switch panel
6 Spare connections
7 Connections for solar charge regulator
8 Connections for auxiliary charging unit
9 Connections for TV, pump and other consumers
10 Battery selector switch
11 Flat vehicle fuses
12 Battery cut-off switch
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Control and switch panel
Suitable accessories (not supplied)
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IT 20-2, IT 20-3, IT 95, IT 901, IT 991, IT 992, IT 993
LT 410, LT 99, LT 993
and their variants
Auxiliary charging unit
Schaudt battery charging unit type LAS... with up to 18 A charge current
Additional 2-pin charging cable, lengths supplied on request
Solar charge regulator
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Electrical data
Mains connection
230 V AC ± 10 %, 47 to 63 Hz sinusoidal, protection class I
Suitable batteries
6-cell lead acid or lead gel batteries of at least 55 Ah
Current-carrying capacity
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Schaudt solar charge regulator type LR... for solar modules with a total current of 14 A with 3-pin connector plug, including 0.5 m cable
12 V outputs
No more than 90 % of the rated current
of the appropriate fuse may be drawn,
see the block diagram.
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6.1
Operation
Operating controls
Flat vehicle fuses
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Blown fuses must only be replaced when the cause of the fault is
known and eliminated.
Never bridge or repair fuses.
Danger of burning! Blown fuses must only be changed on a zero-current Electrobloc.
Only use original fuses rated as specified in the instruction manual.
The flat vehicle fuses protect the various circuits.
Battery cut-off switch
The battery cut-off switch "Batterie Ein/Aus" (battery on/off) disconnects the
following connections from the living area battery:
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All 12 V consumers
The frost protection valve
The control and switch panel
This prevents the living area battery from slowly discharging due to closed circuit current while the vehicle is not in use.
The batteries can still be charged using the Electrobloc, the alternator, an
auxiliary charging unit or the solar charge regulator, even when the battery
cut-off switch is switched off.
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Before starting up:
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Make sure the living area battery is connected.
Make sure the battery selector switch is set for the correct type of battery.
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Start up the system
„ Set the battery cut-off switch on the Electrobloc to "Batterie Ein" (battery
on).
„ After switching on the battery cut-off switch or after changing batteries:
Switch on the 12 V main switch on the control and switch panel briefly to
start up the consumers.
Shutting down the system
„ Set the battery cut-off switch to "Batterie Aus" (battery off).
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When the living area battery is separated from the Electrobloc by the battery cut-off switch, the frost protection valve of the heater system opens.
Water may be lost. For more information, see the instruction manual of the
heater system.
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Battery selector switch
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Danger of explosion from formation of detonating gas due to an incorrectly set battery selector switch, defective batteries, defective Electrobloc or an excessively high battery working temperature (more than
30 °C).
An incorrectly set battery selector switch damages the living area battery.
Disconnect the Electrobloc from the mains before adjusting the battery
selector switch.
The switching option provided by the battery selector switch ensures optimum
charging of the two different types of battery, lead acid and lead gel. The
switch must be set to the correct battery type: lead acid or lead gel.
Use a thin object (e. g. a ballpoint pen cartridge) to move the battery selector
switch.
„ Set lead gel battery: Set the battery selector switch to "Blei-Gel" (lead gel).
„ Set lead acid battery: Set the battery selector switch to "Blei-Säure" (lead
acid).
12 V main switch (on the
control and switch panel)
The 12 V main switch on the control and switch panel switches all consumers
and the panel on and off.
Exceptions:
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Heater
Floor light/step
Frost protection valve
AES/compressor refrigerator
Spare 4
For more information, see the instruction manual of the control and switch
panel.
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Additional functions
Automatic switch function
for AES/compressor
refrigerator
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when the vehicle engine is switched off.
Mains charging of starter
battery
This feature provides an automatic float charge for the starter battery at up to
2 A when the 230 V mains is connected to the Electrobloc.
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Automatic disconnector
Battery monitor
The battery monitor compares the voltage of the living area battery to a reference voltage. As soon as the battery voltage falls below 10.5 V, all 12 V consumers are switched off via the main switch relays 1 and 2. Only the frost protection valve is still powered. The automatic disconnector is not triggered by
short-term low voltage (less than 2 seconds), caused by high current when
switching on consumers.
If an overload or an insufficiently charged living area battery causes the voltage to fall so low that the automatic disconnector is triggered, any consumers
which are not essential should be switched off.
You may be able to switch on the 12 V power supply for a short time. To do
this, switch on the 12 V main switch on the control and switch panel.
However, if the battery voltage remains below 11.0 V, you cannot switch the
12 V power supply back on.
Fully charge up the living area battery as soon as possible. For more information see the description of battery voltage.
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Maintenance
The Electrobloc requires no maintenance.
Cleaning
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Clean the Electrobloc with a soft, slightly damp cloth and mild detergent.
Never use spirit, thinners or similar substances.
Do not allow fluid to penetrate the inside of the Electrobloc.
Shutting down the system
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Disconnecting the living
area battery from the 12 V
power supply
Before and after shutdown, the living area battery must be fully recharged
to avoid battery damage. For this purpose the vehicle must be connected
to mains supply for a minimum of 12 hours with an 80 Ah battery and
24 hours with a 160 Ah battery.
Do not operate the Schaudt solar charge regulator without a battery. This
might damage the solar charge regulator or any connected consumers. If
the battery is going to be changed or removed, please first take off the positive lead "+ Solarzelle" (+ Solar Module) on the solar charge regulator.
When the living area battery is separated from the Electrobloc by the battery cut-off switch, the frost protection valve of the heater system opens.
Water may be lost. For more information, see the instruction manual of the
heater system.
Disconnect the living area battery from the 12 V power supply if you are not
going to use the motorhome for a lengthy period (for example during the
winter).
„ Switch off the 12 V main switch on the control and switch panel.
„ Set the battery cut-off switch on the Electrobloc to "Batterie Aus" (battery
off).
„ Remove the plug "+ Solarzelle" (+ Solar Module) on the solar charge reg-
ulator, if the battery is going to be removed.
„ Pull out the fuse for the AES refrigerator.
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The living area battery can also be charged using the internal charger
module, an auxiliary charging unit, the solar charge regulator and the alternator when the battery cut-off switch is switched off.
Changing the battery
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Batteries may only be changed by qualified personnel.
Follow the instructions of the battery manufacturer.
To disconnect the battery from the Electrobloc, all you need to do is set the
battery cut-off switch on the Electrobloc to "Batterie Aus" (battery off).
Charging unsuitable types of battery may irreparably damage them.
Only use the Electrobloc for connecting the 12 V power supply to 6-cell
lead gel or lead acid batteries.
Only use batteries of the same type and capacity and those installed by the
manufacturer.
You can change from lead acid to lead gel batteries.
You cannot change from lead gel to lead acid batteries. Ask your dealer for
advice.
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Danger of explosion from formation of detonating gas due to an incorrectly set battery selector switch, defective batteries, defective Electrobloc or an excessively high battery working temperature (more than
30 °C).
An incorrectly set battery selector switch damages the living area battery.
Disconnect the Electrobloc from the mains before adjusting the battery
selector switch.
The switching option provided by the battery selector switch ensures optimum
charging of the two different types of battery, lead acid and lead gel. The
switch must be set to the correct battery type: lead acid or lead gel.
Use a thin object (e. g. a ballpoint pen cartridge) to move the battery selector
switch.
„ Set lead gel battery: Set the battery selector switch to "Blei-Gel" (lead gel).
„ Set lead acid battery: Set the battery selector switch to "Blei-Säure" (lead
acid).
Starting up the system
„ Set the battery cut-off switch on the Electrobloc to "Batterie Ein" (battery
on).
„ After switching on the battery cut-off switch or after changing batteries:
Switch on the 12 V main switch on the control and switch panel briefly to
start up the consumers.
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Technical faults, possible causes and remedies
If you are unable to solve a fault using the following tables, please contact our
customer service address.
If this is not possible, e. g. if you are abroad, you can have the Electrobloc
repaired at a specialist workshop.
Inexpert repairs invalidate the guarantee for the Electrobloc and Schaudt
GmbH takes no liability for any resulting damage.
Fault
Possible cause
Remedy
Living area battery is not
charged during 230 V
operation (battery voltage
constantly below 13.3 V)
No mains voltage
Switch on the automatic
fuse in the vehicle
Have the mains voltage
checked
Defective Electrobloc
Call customer service
Living area battery is over- Defective Electrobloc
charged during 230 V
operation (battery voltage
constantly above 14.5 V)
Call customer service
Starter battery is not
charged during 230 V
operation (battery voltage
constantly below 13.0 V)
Switch on the automatic
fuse in the vehicle
Living area battery is not
charged during mobile
operation (battery voltage
below 13.0 V)
No mains voltage
Have the mains voltage
checked
Defective Electrobloc
Call customer service
Defective alternator
Have the alternator
checked
No voltage at D+ input
Have the fuse and wiring
checked
Defective Electrobloc
Call customer service
The living area battery is
Defective alternator
overcharged during mobile
operation (battery voltage
constantly above 14.3 V)
Have the alternator
checked
The refrigerator does not No power supply to the
work during mobile opera- refrigerator
tion
Defective Electrobloc
Have the fuse and wiring
checked
Defective refrigerator
Solar charger does not
work (power supply and
engine are off)
Call customer service
Have the refrigerator
checked
Solar charge regulator not Plug in the solar charge
plugged in
regulator
Defective fuse or wiring
Have the fuse and wiring
checked
Defective solar charge reg- Have the solar charge regulator
ulator checked
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Fault
Possible cause
12 V power supply in the
living area does not work
12 V main switch for the liv- Switch on the 12 V main
ing area battery is
switch for the living area
switched off
battery
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Remedy
Battery cut-off switch is
switched off
Switch on the battery cutoff switch
Defective fuse or wiring
Have the fuse and wiring
checked
Defective Electrobloc
Call customer service
If the device becomes too hot due to excessive ambient temperature or
lack of ventilation, the charging current is automatically reduced. However,
always prevent the device from overheating.
If the automatic shutdown mechanism of the battery monitor is triggered,
fully charge up the living area battery.
Customer service
Schaudt GmbH, Elektrotechnik & Apparatebau
Daimlerstraße 5
88677 Markdorf
Germany
Phone: +49 7544 9577-16
Email: kundendienst@schaudt-gmbh.de
Opening hours
Sending in the device
Mon to Thu 8 to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 p.m.
Fri
8 to 12 a.m.
Returning a defective device:
„ Always use well-padded packaging.
„ Fill in and enclose the fault report, see section 13.
„ Send it to the addressee delivered free.
Disposal instruction
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When the product service life is over, dispose of the device in accordance with
the applicable regulations.
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Fault report
In the event of damage, please return the defective device together with the
completed fault report.
Device type:
Type no.:
EBL 99 G
911.417
There is the following defect:
(please tick)
Battery not
being charged
during power
operation
Battery not
being charged
during mobile
operation
The following
electrical consumers do not
work:
Malfunction of
control and
switch panel
Tank
Voltage
Current
Constant fault
Temporary
fault/loose contact
Other remarks:
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