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Boat charge regulator E-MAAX CSR SMART
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boat charge regulator
boat charge regulator
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The entry level CSR regulator is available with a 50% manual field reduction override & USB connectivity to our User System Interface (USI). *** Not for Lithium batteries! The E-MAAX CSR Smart, External regulator is a software-based product, which is not hard wired! All future upgrades can be simply downloaded to your unit, and as a result your E-MAAX will never become obsolete. You and our technicians are always able to monitor and change the systems parameters on-board or from a remote location. It performs under a highly variable charge-to-load state while operating under a limited time duration (e.g. sail boat). It responds to large load variations, coordinates multiple charge inputs such as solar or wind, as well as provides the specific charging profiles required for the various battery technologies which is critical to system performance. E-MAAX CSR Smart Regulator Low-cost Simple installation Voltage based charge control 3 location Temperature protection (Reg./Alternator / Battery)* Graphical system PC display – 10 parameters* PC User interface for status reporting and diagnostics* Fail-safe fault handling Remote technical support with real-time diagnostics* Remote programming* *Additional optional sensors required The E-MAAX CSR regulator addresses the historical problems associated with optimizing alternator charging capacity under typical marine applications. A marine charging system must perform under a highly variable charge / load state while often operating under limited time duration (sail boat).

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