phillip matolcsy Posted September 26, 2021 Share Posted September 26, 2021 Hi, I am attempting to shut down my inverter when batteries are getting low(50% charge). The powerjack shuts down much too low(20V?). I bought a battery protect bp-220 thinking i could do this, but have since found that it can't handle the current of charging the capacitors. It will also not handle reverse current when using AC charging function. My question relates to the on/off switch on the powerjack. What kind of voltage and current go through the switch when it it is turned on? Is it battery voltage? How many amps is the switch rated for? I was thinking I could use the battery protect to switch the inverter on and off instead of sending all the current through the battery protect thanks phil Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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