Progressive Dynamics 60 Amp Converter
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Progressive Dynamics 60 Amp Converter
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Progressive Dynamics 60 Amp Converter

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This 60 amp power converter provides reliable filtered DC power to all RV 12 volt lighting and appliance circuits, plus it provides safe, rapid recharging of RV batteries.

Built-in features such as electronic current limiting, reverse battery protection, high voltage protection, low voltage operation, and over temperature shut down ensure long term reliability. The built-in TCMS (Total Charge Management System) connector allows the RV manufacturer, dealer, or owner to easily add the optional Charge Wizard (sold separately), a microprocessor-controlled system that constantly monitors the battery voltage and use to ensure a rapid yet safe recharge. The Charge Wizard can select one of three charging voltages and one of four operating modes depending on the condition and use of the battery.

Features:High Voltage Protection. Automatic Thermal Shutdown. Built-in Total Charge Management System (TCMS) connector. Mfr. 2 Year Limited Warranty
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  • Reverse Battery Protection
  • Delivers Filtered DC Power to all 12 Volt Lighting and Appliance Circuits, providing safe and reliable service
  • Electronic Current Limiting
  • Low Line Voltage Protection
  • Variable Speed Intelligent Cooling Fan
  • Amperage 60 A
    Unit Weight 7.30 lb
    Brand Progressive Dynamics
    MFG Part No. PD9160AV
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    What size wire from charge to battery?

    Asked by: Gofish53
    From the manufacturer FAQ: What Wire Size Do I Use? - "The + and - wire needs to be capable of handling the full amperage output of the converter for the distance between the converter and battery. If the + wire is longer than 18” it needs to be fused within 12” of the battery to protect the wire. The ground wire on the side of the converter needs to be 8 GA bare copper to the chassis. Wires should be sized according to the RIVA / NEC codes. By a licensed electrician. For a rough guide see: https://www.powerstream.com/Wire_Size.htm?nowritefs "
    Answered by: CW Steven
    Date published: 2019-05-09
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