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Blue Sea Systems #7601 Mini ACR Automatic Charging Relay
Blue Sea 7601 Mini Automatic Charge Relay
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65 Amp continuous rating manages the charging current from alternators up to 65 Amps found on most outboards and many inboard engines
Compact case design allows surface and panel mounting
Senses charging on two battery banks
Snap-on cover insulates terminal connections
LED indicates ACR status
1 ?4" x .032" male quick connect terminal for ground
5? 8" (16 mm) stud length to accept multiple cable terminals
12V DC voltage input
Intermittent Rating: 5 min.: 115A
Terminal Stud Size: 1/4"-20
Relay Contact Position: Open (30 sec.) 12.75V DC
Continuous Rating: 65A
Maximum Torque: 75 in-lb (8.5 Nm)
Relay Contact Position - Open High: 16.0V DC
Amperage Operating Current: 175mA (Combine)
Relay Contact Position: Combine (30 sec.): 13.0V DC
Under Voltage Lockout: 9.5V DC
Amperage Operating Current: 15mA (Open)
Relay Contact Position: Combine (2 min.) 13.6V DC
Maximum Cable Size: 1/0 AWG
Relay Contact Position: Open (10 sec.) 12.35V DC
Certifications & Agency Standards
Meets UL 1500 and SAE J1171 external ignition protection requirements
IP67 - protected against immersion up to 1 meter for 30 minutes
im am trying to hook up two batteries (house and starting) with a single 100hp outboard and an aux charger on my 6hp kicker for emergencies would this be the right ACR for that?
This is rated up to 65 Amps and as long as the alternator on your outboard is less than 65 amps you are good to go.
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• To avoid corrosion to connecting wires and terminals, mount in a dry and protected location if possible. Avoid locations directly above the battery banks.
m-ACR Electrical Connections
• The wiring diagrams illustrated on the back page represent common installations and are not meant to be a guide for wiring a specific vessel.
• The 7601 m-ACR is not intended to carry starting currents. Use a battery switching system with a combine batteries/parallel function if batteries may need to be combined for emergency starting. Caution: Disconnect battery connections before beginning the installation.
m-ACR Voltage Sensing
• The 7601 m-ACR will sense a charge being applied to either battery bank. * Larger wire sizes may be required to minimize voltage drop in long wire runs. For more information please use the Circuit Wizard at www.circuitwizard.bluesea.com Use the wire sizing chart (
see full instruction manual
) to select the appropriate wire sizes to prevent overheating the m-ACR.
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