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EMT 2198 is developed with the latest SMD technology, High
frequency stabilizers, and is designed to operate as a Battery
Separator or High Current Switch, and can be used in a large number
of applications with nearly no limits.
The unit is fully electronic with no mechanical contacts, this give you no sparks and no noise generation. This means, that the unit can be used even in critical environments.
By connecting two or more Battery Systems with this switch, it allows you to charge all batteries with nearly no voltage drop.
The EMT 2198 will work in Auto Mode, in Manual Mode or in a combination and is very easy to install.
With its capability of switching up to 500A, nearly any Load can be connected.
se it as a Battery Separator, to separate into one or more power systems. This will remove the Voltage drop problem known from diode separation, and your separated batteries will always stay charged to the possible maximum.
Used in car, truck, boat, emergency vehicles, military etc. it can be connected to an emergency battery, running as a starter relay supplied from the emergency battery.
Use it as Under Voltage switch to protect battery against deep discharge, as power relay for heavy duty loads or as a 500A Fuse with Auto restart.
Download data sheet here.
!! To obtain best performance use: 15 - 25 mm2Wire
In the following please refer to table 1.
Unit is factory set to connect batteries at 13,50V (ON), and
separate batteries at 13,00V (OFF).
If you switch the F-switch into the OFF position, unit will be set to operate on a 24V system, with a switch ON: 27,05V and a switch OFF: 25,90V.
Used as a separator, these settings are the values for standard battery systems. - …Others, please contact your battery supplier for further information.
Please remember that a fully charged battery, will have a very slow falling voltage after charge, so that it can take some time, from minutes to hours depending on load, before the EMT 2198 turns OFF.
Using the EMT 2198 as an under voltage switch, to protect battery systems against deep discharge,…set switches to the needed TurnOFF voltage using the VOFF-column.
X = ON
F = ON (12V system)
F = OFF (24V system)