Kussmaul Electronics Co. Inc. 091-32 Load Manager

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Kussmaul Electronics Co. Inc.
  • Model code: 091-32
  • Type: LOAD MANAGER
Additional info:

Sheds 7 Loads Automatically Sheds Loads to Prevent Electrical System Overload Eliminates Power Surges in Electrical System Controls Load Relays Remote Manual Override Load Shed Priority Programmable Load Management - Yes Loads - 7 Input - 12 Vdc Output - 40 Ohms To Drive Relays Warranty - 3 Years Weight - .5 Lbs Set Point - 11.5 Volts The Load Manager is a precision solid-state controller, which sequentially switches "ON" seven relays at 1/2 second intervals. Individual switches, which the user may install, can select a combination of outputs. These switches may be used to turn the outputs "ON" or "OFF" at any time. The Master Control switch starts the sequential switch when it is turned ON. Likewise, turning the Master Control switch "OFF," sequentially de-energizes the loads at 1/2 second intervals. In addition, the Load Manager monitors the vehicle’s battery voltage. When electrical loads exceed the alternator output, the voltage drops. The Load Manager senses this, and the outputs are individually de-energized. Up to 5 outputs are controlled. Only as many are shut down, as are required to maintain the system voltage. The shut down sequence may be altered through programming switches internal to the Load Manager, and accessible through a removable cap. An output indicator terminal is provided, to permit connecting an LED indicator, which is energized whenever the load shed circuit, is functioning. A remote bypass switch may be installed, to completely bypass the Load Manager, and operate the relays manually. A plug-in connector simplifies installation. Sequential switching of lamp loads is particularly important in vehicles with many lights. A Master Control switch that simultaneously energizes a large number of lights can momentarily reduce the vehicle’s voltage. Similarly, the simultaneous removal of these loads can cause high alternator output voltage transients, which may damage sensitive electronic equipment. The Load Manager sequencer assures that loads are applied and removed gradually, thus eliminating the possibility of inducing failures in the vehicle’s equipment.

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Make Kussmaul Electronics Co. Inc.
Manufacturer Kussmaul Electronics Co. Inc.
Model code 091-32
Type LOAD MANAGER
Additional info
  • Sheds 7 Loads
  • Automatically Sheds Loads to Prevent Electrical System Overload
  • Eliminates Power Surges in Electrical System
  • Controls Load Relays
  • Remote Manual Override
  • Load Shed Priority Programmable
  • Load Management - Yes
  • Loads - 7
  • Input - 12 Vdc
  • Output - 40 Ohms To Drive Relays
  • Warranty - 3 Years
  • Weight - .5 Lbs
  • Set Point - 11.5 Volts

The Load Manager is a precision solid-state controller, which sequentially switches "ON" seven relays at 1/2 second intervals. Individual switches, which the user may install, can select a combination of outputs. These switches may be used to turn the outputs "ON" or "OFF" at any time. The Master Control switch starts the sequential switch when it is turned ON. Likewise, turning the Master Control switch "OFF," sequentially de-energizes the loads at 1/2 second intervals.

In addition, the Load Manager monitors the vehicle’s battery voltage. When electrical loads exceed the alternator output, the voltage drops. The Load Manager senses this, and the outputs are individually de-energized. Up to 5 outputs are controlled. Only as many are shut down, as are required to maintain the system voltage. The shut down sequence may be altered through programming switches internal to the Load Manager, and accessible through a removable cap. An output indicator terminal is provided, to permit connecting an LED indicator, which is energized whenever the load shed circuit, is functioning. A remote bypass switch may be installed, to completely bypass the Load Manager, and operate the relays manually. A plug-in connector simplifies installation.

Sequential switching of lamp loads is particularly important in vehicles with many lights. A Master Control switch that simultaneously energizes a large number of lights can momentarily reduce the vehicle’s voltage. Similarly, the simultaneous removal of these loads can cause high alternator output voltage transients, which may damage sensitive electronic equipment. The Load Manager sequencer assures that loads are applied and removed gradually, thus eliminating the possibility of inducing failures in the vehicle’s equipment.

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