Part No: 715971
This Index Marine galvanic isolation blocker eliminates the potential difference between boats and the shore, preventing galvanic action caused by the different metals used. The IM2160A32 galvanic isolator... Read more
This Index Marine galvanic isolation blocker eliminates the potential difference between boats and the shore, preventing galvanic action caused by the different metals used. The IM2160A32 galvanic isolator electrolysis blocker is rated for a maximum current of 32 amps.
Unit Classification: 32A
Shore Inlet Compatibility: Single: 30, 32A Dual: 15, 16, 30, 32A
120/240Vac: 120V / 240V AC
AC Frequency: 50/60Hz
Max. Continuous Current: 35A
Max. Surge Current: 400A
Operating Temperature Range: -55°C to 150°C
1 - Mounting the isolator: The IM2160 galvanic isolator unit should be mounted using the screws provided and located in a position that will not be subjected to excessive heat (e.g. close to the engine or exhaust system). It should also be positioned as close as possible to the shore power connector; the point at which the mains electricity supply enters the vessel.
2 - Disconnect the boat from the shore power and ensure that all on-board generators, inverters and electrical appliances are switched off.
3 - Disconnect the earth cable (green) from the shore power connector and connect this to the "VESSEL" terminal on the galvanic isolator using 6mm ring terminals.
4 - Connect a new cable from the earth terminal in the shore power socket to the "SHORE" terminal of the galvanic isolator using 6mm ring terminals. Ensure that the cable selected for making connections to the galvanic isolator is rated for electric current equal to or greater than the current rating of the galvanic isolator.
|Amps||Rating 32A / 35A Maximum Continuous Power / 400A Max Surge Current|
|Approvals||CE, RoHS & EN ISO 13297 Compliant|
|Construction||Anodised Aluminium Case with Brass Connectors|
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