Solenoid

The Solenoid latches the primary and auxiliary batteries. When the voltage in the primary battery reaches a lower threshold, a signal is sent from the controller to the solenoid to latch to the auxiliary battery. When the vehicle is running, the Solenoid also latches to charge both batteries simultaneously. This function allows for extended shut-down periods while maintaining the performance of electronics, auxiliary components, and the vehicles ability to start.

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Features & Benefits

Extended Engine-Off Time Latching the main and auxiliary batteries together provides extended engine-off time.
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