RCE/150-1E-2IG (MBI 150/2 IG)

RCE/150-1E-2IG (MBI 150/2 IG)

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MOSFET battery splitters deliver charging current from an engine alternator or other source of battery charging to separate battery banks with no volt drop.  They ensure all the batteries connected to the outputs are charged at the same time while keeping them isolated from each other.

Only MOSFET type have no volt drop from input to output, so all the charge potential from the source is delivered to the batteries.

The 150-1E-2IG can handle a maximum total current flow of 150A, has 1 input and 2 outputs (to deliver the current to two separate battery banks).

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Overview

Battery Charge Splitters

 

MOSFET battery splitters do not create volt drop like diode splitters. This means they enable efficient charging of separate battery banks from a single source, like an alternator and/or battery charger. All battery banks remain electrically isolated and are charged independently without any losses.

With diode splitters, it is common for there to be up to 0.7V (12V systems) difference between the voltage of charging device (engine alternator) and the voltage coming out of the splitter and going to the batteries. If you thought your alternator was providing 14.4V (12V system norm) then the voltage carrying charge to your batteries might only be 13.7V. This reduced 'potential difference' will reduce the ability for charge current to be delivered to your batteries. Consider that 13.7V is a typical 'float' voltage for a battery charger, designed to trickle charge a battery and 14.4V is a typical 'absorption' voltage which encourages better charging.

 

 
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No.of Inputs/Outputs - 1/2

Current Rating (A) - 150

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