Low Voltage Disconnect, 12V DC, 24V DC and 48V DC, 30 amps to 50 Amps by Newmar Powering the Network

Low Voltage Disconnect

Discharging batteries beyond a critical low voltage can damage the batteries and/or load, and require a longer recharge interval. A low voltage disconnect prevents this condition. The LVD contains a sense and control circuit housed in a compact, rugged, vinyl-clad aluminum case. It is installed in-line between the battery and the load. The unit continually monitors battery voltage and if it falls below a preset voltage threshold, the load is automatically disconnected. When batteries are recharged past another pre-set voltage the load is reconnected. connect and disconnect points are user adjustable.

LVD 12-30, LVD 12-75 (Neg. Ground)
LVD 24-50 (Neg. Ground)
LVD 48-30 (Pos. Ground)
For high current model, see PFM-500

Specifications: Low Voltage Disconnects

Factory set actuation voltages:

12 VDC 24 VDC 48 VDC
Connect 12.2 VDC 24.5 VDC 49.0VDC
Disconnect 10.4 VDC 21.0 VDC 42.0 VDC

Voltage and Contact Current Ratings:
Indicated By Model Number (i.e., LVD 12-30 = 12 Volts, 30 amps Continuous)
Dimensions (mounted vertically, all models): 5.25” High x 5.25” Wide x 3.5” Deep
Weight: (All models): 2 Lbs.
Operating Temperature: 0-50 °C

Typical LVD Installation