REDARC THE MANAGER30 WITH REDVISION DISPLAY
|Output System Voltage||12VDC|
|Maximum Charging Voltage||16.0V* (*Calcium setting in storage mode)|
|Output Current Rating (Cont.)||30A|
|Input Fuse Rating||50A|
|Output Fuse Rating||40A|
|Protection||Short Circuit, Surge, Reverse Polarity, Overload|
|Input (Operating) Voltage||220-240VAC / 9 - 32VDC|
|AC Mains Plug Type||AU, NZ, EU|
The Manager30 BMS1230S3R features both the RedVision display screen and mobile phone connectivity for complete battery management for charging auxiliary batteries used in recreational automotive and marine applications. The dual battery system incorporates AC, DC and solar inputs to achieve the best charge for an auxiliary battery.
This 30amp charger is the complete battery management system that gives you the best of both worlds. Whether you’re free camping or on a powered site, it knows how to take charge and keep auxiliary batteries fully charged.
The Manager30 operates like 6 separate products, it charges an auxiliary battery from the vehicle while on the move, it’s a 240-volt charger, a solar regulator, a battery isolator, a load disconnect controller, all with a remote coloured RedVision battery monitor, making it market-leading.
The RedVision remote battery monitor is designed to show auxiliary battery information and charge status through its coloured display. You can customise how your battery is charged and monitor where it is coming from. It also provides full connectivity to the Manager30 via the RedVision Smartphone App on both Apple and Android devices.
Whether you’re charging Lead Acid, Gel, Calcium, AGM or Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries, The Manager30 represents a complete DC to DC charging and maintenance solution. If you’re charging one auxiliary battery or more, The Manager30 will ensure they’re always fully charged, providing peace of mind when battery charge provides the power source for the comforts of home whilst travelling around Australia.
Developed with ease of installation in mind, The Manager30 is compatible with all vehicles and alternator systems including variable voltage alternators.
The Manager30 comes with a display designed to give you house battery information and charge status along with critical system information while charging is in progress. With the display, you can customise how your house battery is charged and monitor where the charge is coming from, keeping you in control at all times.
The display can be surface mounted on a wall or recessed (into the dashboard of an RV for example). The display also allows a Bluetooth connection to your Smartphone, via the RedVision App, which provides the same data and control available on the display all in the palm of your hand.
Charging lithium batteries
Lithium batteries (LiFeP04) have improved storage capacity relative to size and weight. They do however require specific charging conditions in order to operate correctly and the battery itself must have an in-built cell management system. REDARC have designed a charging profile within The Manager30 to complement these in-built systems making it perfect for pairing with REDARC's Lithium Batteries.
Green power priority
The Manager30 is designed to charge an auxiliary battery from multiple sources simultaneously. If 12-volt solar power is available, solar power will be used before topping up the output charging current from another source mains (if available) or DC vehicle power when on the move.
MPPT solar regulator
The built-in Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) solar regulator allows The Manager30 to deliver the maximum amount of power from portable solar panels, even during low light conditions.
- Multi-Stage AC-DC Battery Charger
- Multi-Stage DC to DC Charger
- Maximum Power Point Tracking Solar Regulator
- Improved, 4.3” coloured RedVision display battery monitor
- RedVision display allows connection to Smartphone via App
- Dual Battery Isolator
- Load Disconnect Controller
- Super quiet operation
- Charges AGM, Gel, Calcium content, VRLA, Standard Lead Acid and Lithium (LiFePO4) batteries
- Tested to mains power safety standards in Australia