Victron Cyrix Li-Charge 24/48V - 230A

Sale price€182,09 EUR


Introducing the Victron Cyrix-Li-Charge, a state-of-the-art battery combiner designed for the modern mariner and off-grid enthusiast. This robust device is a microprocessor-controlled relay that ensures your batteries are charged efficiently and safely. With the ability to automatically connect batteries in parallel when a pre-set voltage is reached, the Cyrix-Li-Charge guarantees that your batteries are charged when they need to be and disconnected when they should be, preventing overcharging and discharge. It's an excellent replacement for diode isolators, as it virtually eliminates voltage loss, ensuring that the output voltage of alternators or battery chargers does not need to be increased.


The Cyrix-Li-Charge is compatible with a variety of battery models, offering flexibility for different power needs with models available in 120A, 230A, and 400A. Its intelligent design includes a feature that connects a battery charger with a delay of 3 seconds if the charge disconnect output of the VE.Bus BMS is high, and it senses the appropriate voltage on its battery charger connection terminal. Moreover, it disengages immediately whenever its control input becomes free floating, signaling cell over voltage or cell over temperature, which is a testament to its safety features.


In the event of a voltage drop below the float level, indicating that the batteries are being discharged, the Cyrix-Li-Charge will disconnect, protecting your battery life and ensuring longevity. Its seamless integration with Victron's range of products means you can create a synchronized system that works together to manage your energy needs effectively. Whether you're sailing the high seas or living off the grid, the Victron Cyrix-Li-Charge is your reliable partner in managing your power supply, providing peace of mind that your batteries are in good hands.

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