Disconnect switch electronically senses battery voltage

March 11, 2011 By    

Cole Hersee’s SureStart low voltage disconnect (LVD) switch electronically senses battery voltage and conserves starting power by disconnecting non-critical loads, prolonging battery life by preventing battery damage due to excessive discharge. The switch is ideal for utility and delivery vehicles. The switch has a rating of 100A at 12V or 24V DC. Its service life exceeds 1 million on/off cycles, and it also features a manual override that allows users to connect or disconnect the switch when needed, regardless of voltage. The SureStart LVD switch features a compact size, which makes it easy to install into a new or old vehicle. Unlike many voltage-monitoring devices, the SureStart LVD switch does not require a separate solenoid to control high current, increasing reliability and simplifying installation. The switch’s resistance to moisture, salt spray, vibration and shock make it a versatile device that can be implemented into any vehicle or environment.

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