The SEA70 can be used on all wind turbines
for off grid charging of batteries. Includes a heavy duty "peak
volts" relay which doesn't waste duty cycles on your batteries.
The SEA70 relay is designed to dump excess volts to use this excess power to
make free hot water or to recharge an auxiliary battery
bank, so many uses, just to many to mention!
Regulate your BATTERY
instead of your wind turbine, solar panels and many other
The dual purpose relay assembly with
robust 2 relays design, 30amp sensing relay and 70 amp dumping
capacity. There is a zero amp draw when monitoring the battery
and the the dump load relay can be used to dump voltages
12V/24V/36V/48v. Not only can you use water heaters to dump you
can also use other items such as heavy duty lights, air heaters
or whatever DC tool you have as long as it will take a good load
off the batteries. The adjustable "peak volts" is set as default
to dump at 13.2 volts on and off at 12.5 v.
Key product Features:
Dump load regulator.
Diversion load regulator.
Versatile raised steel
Measures 10"long by 8" wide
by 3" tall..
Works for all Wind Turbines,
Solar and Hydro.
For all voltages ranges in
multiple battery banks.
No grounded IGBT's - Lighting
strike proof isolation.
100% electrically efficient.
Draws ZERO power while sensing!
12 Volt Bank - Turns on and
starts dumping power at 13.50 volts. Turns off at 12.5 volts
(+ - 5%)
24 Volt Bank - Turns on and
starts dumping power at 27 volts. Turns off at 25 volts (+ -
48 Volt Bank - Turns on and
starts dumping power at 54 volts. Turns off at 50 volts (+ -
The +or- 5% variance is caused by differences in diversion
load size verses battery bank size.
Many factors can come into play depending on your systems
size, load and the age of the batteries.
on battery banks
Work great on
battery banks built up from many smaller batteries! It only
requires to read (sense) the voltage across any 12 volt
power point in order to regulate any voltage battery bank!
6, 12, 24, 36, 48 and 60 volt.
all 12, 24, 36, 48 and 60 volt battery banks by simply
sampling power from the 12 volt section and
mathematically derives the total voltage of the entire