|Intellitec Micro BCC w/o Fuses|
Cat. No. 00-00773-000
Weight 1 lbs
Intellitec's Battery Control Center TM is a
centralized power switching, fusing and distribution center
designed for motorhomes. The including battery isolation, charging, and
connectorized fuse block, was specifically designed to fit in tight
spaces under the hood. The Battery
Control Center TM
system consists of two (2) Battery Disconnect Relays, a
bidirectional battery charging circuit, an auxiliary start function to
provide a "jump start" from the auxiliary battery, ignition power
switching, and a fog light relay circuit. It is housed in a high impact
plastic enclosure to protect the circuit components and keep them like
new for years of operation.
Installation is made easy by the incorporation of battery cable clamps
eliminating the need to terminate the battery cables. The branch
circuits are fed out through AMP Mate -N- Lok connectors.
The unit is mounted to the vehicle with four mounting feet supplied
with the unit. These feet can be attached to the unit in eight
different locations to accommodate nearly any mounting configuration.
The cover of the unit snaps off and on for easy service of the fuses
should that ever be necessary.
Each fuse is labeled in the box to make circuit identification a simple
Following are the important features included in this system:
Bi-Directional Battery Charging - provides charging of both batteries
if either is being charged. The Auxiliary battery is charged from the
engine alternator and the Main battery is charged from the converter
when the coach is plugged into shore power.
Auxiliary Start - provides a "jump start" from the auxiliary battery in
the event that the main battery does not have sufficient charge to
start the engine.
Ignition Switched Power - circuits are switched by three relays
to supply power to the horn, the rear heater, the power windows and the
Fog Light Relay - supplies 12 volts to the fog lights, when the coach
is so equipped, allowing operation of the fog lights.
Circuit Breakers - conveniently located near the front, at the bottom
of the box. These circuit breakers protect the wiring between the
Auxiliary battery and the converter. These breakers have manual reset
buttons that pop out when they are tripped.