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Sterling Power Pro Connect CVSR 12/24V 140A PN: CVSR140

Sterling Power Pro Connect CVSR 12/24V 140A PN: CVSR140

Advantages of the ProCVSR line over the ProVSR

The ProCon VSR switches ‘off’ to save the primary battery, whereas, the CVSR drops the 200A surge to 6A (safe) and shall reopen circuit at a 6A load, thus protecting the relay and your installation. When the high load demand is removed then the relay re-engages.

Pro Connect  CVSR is Sterling Power's top of the line, best in class relay available. The CVSR Relay does it all. The CVSR drops the 200A surge to 6A (safe) and shall reopen circuit at a 6A load, thus protecting the relay and your installation.  When the high load demand is removed then the relay re-engages.

 

Battery Charging Link Connectors: ProConnect series

 

Pro Connect IF:Ignition feed/signal feed relay

Pro Connect IF80A / 160A / 240A - 12V/24V auto selection

ProConnect VSR: Voltage Sensitive Relay

ProConnect VSR80A / 160A / 240A - 12V/24V auto selection

ProConnect CVSR: Current limiting voltage sensitive relaying

ProConnect CVSR70A / 160A / 210A - 12V/24V auto selection

Comparison chart

  IF VSR CVSR
0.01 volt drop Yes Yes Yes
Ignition feed (not always required) Yes Yes Yes
Water proof to IP66 Yes Yes Yes
High overload surge rating Yes Yes Yes
Back Emf spark arrester Yes Yes Yes
1 l.e.d. information display Yes    
Remote L.E.D connection Yes Yes Yes
No ignition feed voltage drop Yes Yes Yes
Suppression diodes across relay to prolong life Yes Yes Yes
Time delay to prevent engine starter damage Yes Yes Yes
Automatic voltage activation   Yes Yes
Automatic voltage de activation   Yes Yes
Protects primary battery from discharge   Yes Yes
Emergency auxiliary forced activation   Yes Yes
High battery voltage trip protection   Yes Yes
2 led information display   Yes Yes
Single & Twin Starter motor disengage connections   Yes Yes
Adjustable relay trigger side operation   Yes Yes
Current limiting protection     Yes
Can deal with a dead short without external fuse     Yes
Voltage adjustment parameters settings      
5 l.e.d. information display      
12 and 24 v automatic selection      
SAEJ1171 ignition protected Yes Yes Yes

Which model best suits my needs?

  1. The first part is easy, what is the max size of your alternator or charging device, i.e. do you have an 90 amp alternator or a 100 amp battery charger charging the primary battery bank. This means that the secondary battery could be subjected to at least that load so the relay must be able to comfortably handle that sort of current continuously. It would be wise to give the relay a good 10-20% comfort zone, i.e. always up size the relay if the charging source and relay are the same, for example, if you have an 80 amp alt and a 80 amp relay then go to the 160 amp relay option to be safe.
  2. Next its cost of installation and ease of installation. If you are fitting the unit and access to ignition feeds is simple then the system should be entertained, however if not then the version is much simpler to fit and totally automatic.
  3. The last but most important aspect is safety. The most important thing here is to establish what the maximum possible load that could be placed on the secondary battery bank when the relay is engaged, i.e. a large inverter/anchor winch, bow thruster. Remember what every load you put on the secondary battery will have a % of this load transferred to the primary battery depending on how full the secondary battery is. This could range from a few percent to 100 percent, so it’s important that the relay system can deal with this high load without damage. If there are large potential loads such as hundreds of amps then the only way to do this is using a because when exposed to excessive currents, the current limiting models simply and safely shut down until the excessive current is removed, i.e. switched off, then it can automatically re instate itself and carry on after that large surge load has stopped.
    For stockists the best unit is the as this is 12 and 24 v with auto selection and fully adjustable which means one unit fits all.

Technical information

Pro Connect IF: Ignition feed/signal feed relay
D/C voltage Amps Size L x W x D mm Weight kg Part nos
12 80 140 x 60 x 40 0.025 RS1280
12 160 140 x 60 x 40 0.030 RS12160
12 240 140 x 70 x 40 0.030 RS12240
24 50 140 x 60 x 40 0.025 RS2450
24 160 140 x 60 x 40 0.030 RS24100
24 240 140 x 70 x 40 0.030 RS24150
ProConnect VSR: Voltage Sensitive Relay
D/C voltage Amps Size L x W x D mm Weight kg Part nos
12 80 140 x 60 x 40 0.025 RVS1280
12 160 140 x 60 x 40 0.030 RVS12160
12 240 140 x 70 x 40 0.030 RVS12240
24 50 140 x 60 x 40 0.025 RVS2450
24 160 140 x 60 x 40 0.030 RSV24100
24 240 140 x 70 x 40 0.030 RSV24150
ProConnect CVSR: Current limiting voltage sensitive relaying
D/C voltage Amps Size L x W x D mm Weight kg Part nos
12 70 140 x 60 x 40 0.025 RVSR1270
12 140 140 x 90 x 40 0.050 RVSR12140
12 210 140 x 120 x 40 0.075 RVSR12210
24 50 140 x 60 x 40 0.025 RVSR2450
24 100 140 x 90 x 40 0.050 RVSR24100
24 150 140 x 120 x 40 0.075 RVSR24150

 

 

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