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Remote Control Information

Screen 1

Screen 1 Push button marked Main 1

This is the main screen and the one it is best to leave the unit on, it shows the domestic battery voltage and current, also the alternator output current and voltage

Screen 2

Screen 2: Push button marked Eng 2

Shows the engine battery voltage and current. This screen also shows the time calculation for the high charge rate and the countdown to the float charge.

Screen 3a

Screen 3a: Push button marked Setup 3a+b

There are 2 screens on this button. Push once for screen a, then again for screen b. Screen a shows the system setup, this refers to the domestic battery only.

Screen 3b

Screen 3b: Push button marked Setup 3a+b

There are 2 screens on this button. Screen b shows the effective boost being delivered at this time and ranges from 0% (during the rest periods and on float) to 100 % when system on full power

Screen 4a

Screen 4a: Push button marked Temp 4a+b

There are 2 screens on this button. Push once for screen a, then again for screen b. Screen a shows the alternator temp and the domestic battery temp, if the temperature sensors are not fitted it will default to 20C.

Screen 4b

Screen 4b Push button marked Temp 4a+b

There are 2 screens on this button. Push once for screen a, then again for screen b. Screen b shows the box heat sink temperatures, LHS stands for left hand side. Guess what RHS stands for.

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