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electrical:12v:alternator_charging_hvd [2017/10/11 14:28]
frater_secessus [Disconnecting alternator charging at a voltage setpoint]
electrical:12v:alternator_charging_hvd [2019/04/10 12:12] (current)
frater_secessus [how it works]
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 [[electrical:​12v:​alternator|Isolator/​relays/​solenoids]],​ etc, use mechanical or electrical means to combine the chassis and house 12v systems. ​  These mechanical or electrical means will require a small amount power to operate.((latching relays excepted))  ​ [[electrical:​12v:​alternator|Isolator/​relays/​solenoids]],​ etc, use mechanical or electrical means to combine the chassis and house 12v systems. ​  These mechanical or electrical means will require a small amount power to operate.((latching relays excepted))  ​
  
-If the device'​s own power source is disconnected it will turn off and 12v systems will be separate again.((again,​ latching relays excepted)) ​ Using a High Voltage Disconnect to kill power to the device will stop the alternator from charging the house battery at a given voltage setpoint.+If the device'​s own power source is disconnected it will turn off and 12v systems will be separate again.((again,​ latching relays excepted)) ​ Using a [[electrical:​12v:​hvd|High Voltage Disconnect]] to kill power to the device will stop the alternator from charging the house battery at a given voltage setpoint.
  
 Shutting down the device will require different approaches, depending on where it gets the power to operate itself. Shutting down the device will require different approaches, depending on where it gets the power to operate itself.
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