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Armtech Hybrid Battery Isolator

£247.00  Excl VAT

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Armtech Hybrid Battery Isolator Features (70BC06 )

Black Box Dimensions 109x69x54mm
Overall Dimensions 156x69x62mm
Weight (approx) 700g
Temperature range -25°C to +85°C
Operating Voltage 9 -16V
Max Switching Current 1000A
Continuous Current 250A
Max Alternator Current 250A
Power Consumption 12W
Alternator protection circuit built into unit.
12 Volt negative earth only.
FIA Compliant
* not for road use
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The Armtech Hybrid Battery Isolator is an electromechanical replacement for the standard type master switch and offers a complete method of isolating the battery and protecting the alternator in one box with no external resistors or untidy wiring

The Hybrid Battery Isolator consists of a heavy duty control box that is normally mounted close to the vehicle’s battery. Three remote switches (all supplied) control the unit; two cockpit mounted (one ‘ON’ and one ‘OFF’) buttons are operated by the driver, and an external waterproof ‘OFF’ switch can be operated by the marshals in the event of an accident. Any number of additional switches can be added if required. An indicator light on the unit lights when the unit is armed, as does another attached to the driver operated ‘ON’ switch.

The switches are wired to the unit using low voltage and current cable (not supplied). In the event of an accident where any of the cables are severed the unit will automatically be turned off. A safety sticker sheet and full instructions are also supplied.




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