Victron Energy Orion-Tr Smart 12/12-30A (360W) Not-Isolated DC-DC Charger
- Battery charge algorithm (configurable) or fixed output.
- Smart alternator compatibility: engine running detection mechanism.
- For lead-acid batteries, it is important that during shallow discharges the absorption time is kept
short to prevent overcharging of the battery. After a deep discharge, the absorption time is
automatically increased to make sure that the battery is completely recharged.
- For lithium batteries, absorption time is fixed by default 2 hours.
- Alternatively, a fixed output voltage can be chosen.
The Orion Tr-Smart charger can be used in 12V or 24V systems and is suitable for both lead-acid and lithium batteries. Models are available up to 400W and unlimited multiple units can be connected in parallel to increase output power.
Bluetooth Smart enabled
Any Bluetooth enabled smartphone, tablet or other devices can be used to monitor, to change settings
and to update the charger when new software features become available.
Adaptive 3-stage charge algorithm: bulk – absorption – float
Suitable for use in vehicles with a smart alternator (Euro 5 and Euro 6 engines)
The built-in engine shutdown detection will stop the converter when the engine is not running.
This prevents the unwanted discharge of the starter battery (see the manual for details).
A remote on/off switch or relay contact can be connected to a two-pole connector.
Alternatively, the H terminal (right) of the two-pole connector can be switched to battery plus, or the L terminal (left) of the two-pole connector can be switched to battery minus (or the chassis of a vehicle, for example).
All models are short circuit proof and can be paralleled to increase output current
An unlimited number of units can be connected in parallel.
High temperature protected
The output current will reduce at high ambient temperature.
When installed with the screw terminals oriented downwards.
No special tools are needed for installation.
Input fuse (not replaceable)
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