Application And Functions In Detail - Schaudt EBL 101 D Instruction Manual

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Instruction Manual EBL 101 D / EBL 101 C with OVP
Shutdown of system up
to 6 months
Disconnect the living
area battery from the
12V on-board supply
Shutdown period longer
than 6 months
Only EBL 101 C with OVP:
Overvoltage protection
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Fully charge the living area battery before closing down the system.
The living area battery is then protected against total discharge. This only
applies if the battery is intact. Follow the battery manufacturer's instructions.
Once shut down, the system requires approx. 4 Ah per month.
Disconnect the living area battery from the 12V power supply if the motor-
home is not used for a longer period (during the winter for example). For
this, the system has a battery cut-off mechanism that isolates the living area
battery from the vehicle. Battery isolation is activated from the DT ... control
and switch panel (see DT ... control and switch panel instruction manual).
12V main switch on the DT ... control and switch panel must be switched
off.
Move battery cut-off switch (sliding switch, see Fig. 4, Pos. 15) to posi-
tion "Battery OFF".
The battery cut-off switch isolates the following connections from the living
area battery:
12V consumers
F
Frost protection valve
F
Control and switch panel
F
The living area battery can also be charged using the internal charger
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module, an auxiliary battery charging unit, the solar charge regulator and
the alternator when the battery cut-off switch is switched off.
Fully charge the living area battery before closing down the system.
Remove the "+ solar cell" connector on the solar charge regulator.
Remove the clamps from the battery terminals.
The battery alarm is no longer active.
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The frost protection valve opens for certain heater systems when the li-
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ving area battery is isolated from the Electroblock via the battery cut-off.
The boiler and water tank empty when the frost protection valve is open.
See the instruction manual for the heater system for further information.
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Application and functions in detail

This device is intended solely for installation in a vehicle.
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The Electroblock is the central energy supply device for all 12 V consumers
in the electrical system on board the motorhome/caravan. It is normally loca-
ted inside a cupboard or storage area and is accessible from the front for
fuse changes.
Electroblock EBL 101 C with OVP is suitable for all applications posing a
particular risk of overvoltage, such as lightning strikes hitting the national
OVP
grid, generator operation, poor electronic installations or trips to distance
countries.
For this, an overvoltage protection unit is fitted in Electroblock EBL 101 C
with OVP between the mains connection and the charge module.
Date: 29.04.2010
811.554 BA / EN

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