The Mobile Data Power, model MDP-25.0, is a DC UPS that solves the common problem of lengthy reboot sequences, system crash, data and hard drive corruption in mobile computer work stations due to a low voltage and loss of power as a result of intermittent or poor vehicle battery condition. In addition, the MDP provides a low voltage output warning signal to terminals (such as Motorola® MW 800 series work stations) allowing orderly automatic shutdown of the powered device, protecting data and preventing hard drive corruption.
DC UPS: Nav-Pac
Marine communication/navigation electronics such as programmable data transceivers, GPS and other microprocessor-controlled devices require clean and steady DC input power. Their sensitive circuitry is highly vulnerable to voltage drop from engine start, noise and line spikes from alternators and motors, and conducted noise from various other electronic devices. NAV-PAC prevents these conditions from affecting electronics.
DC UPS: StartGuard
The abrupt DC system voltage drop that accompanies engine starting can cause communication/navigation electronics 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 on-line to electronics when sensing 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.
DIN Rail DC UPS
Powers Loads and Charges Back-Up Battery, Ideal for Wheel House and Engine Room Applications
DC Power Stabilizers
Feed sensitive electronics with proper voltage regardless of battery condition. These stabilizing converters provide continuous, precisely regulated output over the entire range of a battery’s usable voltage. This prevents subjecting loads to fluctuating input voltage which can cause shutdown, diminish performance and possibly damage sensitive circuitry.
These heavy duty isolators allow charging multiple batteries automatically from one or two alternators, and prevent discharge or ‘dumping” of one battery into another. Each battery is charged according to its need without overcharging, rated for 12, 24, or 36 volt, negative ground DC systems. feature conservatively rated diodes and a rustproof anodized aluminum heat sink case. Models are available for 70, 120 and 165 amp alternators.
Charging multiple battery banks without use of diode isolators dictates that the batteries be connected or “integrated” only whenever a charge voltage is present so that they may be charged simultaneously, then disconnected or “isolated” when charge voltage is no longer present to allow for selective discharge and avoid having the secondary or standby battery drain into the primary battery.
Automatic Power Selectors
The Automatic Power Selector (APS) is a solid state device which enables installation of a seamless, redundant power system for critical electronic loads. It selects the higher voltage of two independent DC power sources and routes power to the load. Should one source falter or fail, the other will automatically supply the load with no transfer delay, operation continues uninterrupted.
Low Voltage Disconnects
Discharging batteries beyond a critical low voltage can damage the batteries and/or load, and require a longer recharge interval. A low voltage disconnect prevents this condition. The LVD contains a sense and control circuit housed in a compact, rugged, vinyl-clad aluminum case. It is installed in-line between the battery and the load. The unit continually monitors battery voltage and if it falls below a preset voltage threshold, the load is automatically disconnected. When batteries are recharged past another pre-set voltage the load is reconnected. Connect and disconnect points are user adjustable.
The interference or electronic “noise” generated by alternators, ignition systems, motors, etc., can render a vehicle or vessel’s radio or other electronic equipment virtually useless. This interference takes the form of popping or static on radios or audio gear and garbled images or “hash” on video displays.