Lind Electronics, Inc. announced its T2 Shut Down Timer.
The T2 Shut Down Timer protects your vehicle’s battery from over-discharge by shutting OFF up to 30 amp and 20 amp loads separately at different preset times after the engine is shut down or when the battery is discharged to a low voltage level. The T2 Shut Down Timer also protects radio or computer equipment from damage due to low or high input voltage as experienced with alternator failure or improper voltage jump-starts.
An emergency switch allows 15 minutes of operation after the T2 Shut Down Timer shuts down the equipment. An ignition switch input is provided as an optional activation method but is not necessary. The T2 Shut Down Timer is normally activated by sensing the alternator charge voltage level applied to the battery. When the alternator goes OFF the timed sequences are started.
A unique feature of the T2 Shut Down Timer is that it allows full testing of the system after installation. Momentary closure of the test switch reduces the delay time by afactor of 100 to allow a quick test of the system timing function.
To learn more about how Lind’s T2 Shut Down Timer can meet your mobile power needs, visit Lind online at www.lindelectronics.com.