DC POWER CONDITIONERS StartGuard
Provides Voltage Protection During Engine Start
The abrupt DC system voltage drop that accompanies engine starting can cause microprocessor-based voice and data transmitters to “dump” programmed memory.
StartGuard solves this problem by providing supplemental voltage to sensitive electronics while the engine is cranked. It contains a sealed rechargeable battery which is switched online to electronics when the starter switch or solenoid is engaged. When the engine is running StartGuard automatically goes off-line and the internal battery is recharged by the alternator.
|Model||Input||1 Minute||2 Minutes||Inches||Centimeters||Lbs||Kg.|
|NS-12-20||13.8-14.8 VDC Nominal||20 amps||18 amps||8.25 x 4.9 x 3.5||20.1 x 12.5 x 8.9||5.5||2.5|
|15.5 VDC Max|
Input Voltage: 13.8 – 14.8 VDC nominal, 15.5 VDC max.
Relay Activation Input Voltage: 7-15 VDC
Output: 20 amps max.
Battery: 12 VDC, sealed rechargeable, 5- 7 year life (typical); 5 amp-hour capacity; Certified by DOT and IATA for shipment by air.
Back-up Capacity (Fully Charged): (See matrix)