Technical Details; Mechanical Details; Electrical Details - Schaudt Electroblock EBL 211 Operating Instructions Manual

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Mains charging
starter battery
5.1
Dimensions
Weight
Casing
Front
5.2
Mains connection
Current consumption
Suitable batteries
Standby current from
leisure battery
D+ loading
Current-carrying
capacity
Battery charging via
mains connector
9110476 BA / EN
Operating Instructions Electroblock EBL 211
This feature provides an automatic float charge for the starter battery at up
to 2 A when the 230 V mains is connected to the electroblock.
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Technical details

Mechanical details

130 x 275 x 170 (H x W x D in mm), including attachment feet
2.0 kg
PA (polyamide), gentian blue (RAL 5010)
Aluminium, powder coated, light grey (RAL 7035)

Electrical details

230 V AC voltage 10 %, 47--63Hz sinewave, protection class I
1.9 A
6-cell lead-gel or AGM batteries, 80 Ah and above
Dependent on the control panel: approx. 1 mA, plus consumption of refrige-
rator control electronics
Conditions for the measurement:
approx. 10 minutes after disconnection from the mains
F
12.6 V battery voltage
F
Battery alarm OFF
F
Battery cut-out switch ON
F
Lighting for operator and control panel OFF
F
All consumers switched off
F
12 V main switch OFF
F
Loading of D+ output of the alternator by the electroblock approx. 0.5 mA
without current consumption on D+ point
12 V outputs
Frost protection valve output
D+ point
Leisure area battery
Battery selector
switch setting
Charging curve
Final charge voltage
Charge current
Voltage for
trickle charge
Date: 22.01.2016
A maximum of 90% of the nominal current
of the relevant fuse may be
drawn.
max. 0.1 A
1 A for fusing D+ input with 2 A
lead-gel
IUoU
14,4 V / 16 h
18 A
13,7 V with automatic
switchover
AGM
IUoU
14,7 V / 4 h
18 A
13,7 V with automatic
switchover
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