Plasmatronics - PR1210
As part of our freight service Kulkyne Kampers offers freight insurance to ensure that the customer is protected if their goods get lost or damaged in transit. Freight insurance is optional so customers will need to select this option during the shopping cart process if they require it. We will ship your goods to you under one of the following terms depending upon which insurance option you select.
DDP: If you select the Freight Insurance option your goods will be freighted to you "DDP" which means we will assume all responsibility for delivering the goods to you. Any damage or loss of goods will be covered by Kulkyne Kampers at no risk to you. Once you have signed the "Proof of Delivery" when the goods are delivered to you, any damage to the product then becomes your responsibility. Please ensure your goods are fully delivered in good condition before you sign the "Proof of Delivery."
CFR: If you do not select the Freight Insurance option your goods will be freighted to you "CFR" which means you assume all responsibly for loss or damage of the goods from us to you. No liability will be accepted by Kulkyne Kampers under any circumstances if you do not select the Freight Insurance option.
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Freight DetailsSize: 9(l) x 5(w) x 3(h) cms Weight: 1kgs
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Plasmatronics - PR1210
The PR1210 is ideal for camping, boating, and other one or two panel solar applications. It features brass inserts and screws in the terminal block and is fully enclosed in resin making it very water resistent. The PR1210 is not adjustable.
The PR1210 sola regulator works like an intelligent switch between the BAT- terminal and the SOL- terminal. Charge current flows into the battery until the battery voltage rises to the boost maximum (14.6 V), the regulator then switches to float mode. The current is switched off and the battery voltage slowly falls. When the battery voltage drops below the float cut in voltage (13.4 V), the current is switched on again. The charge current continues to flow into the battery until the voltage rises to the float maximum(14.0 V). The charge current is then turned off. The regulator switches the current on and off to keep the battery voltage between the float maximum voltage and the float cut in voltage. When the battery has been discharged enough for it to fall below the boost cut in voltage (12.5 V), the unit will switch back into boost mode.
DO NOT Attempt to test the regulator without a battery connected. This is not a linear regulator.