Charge Guard Auto Shut Off Timer by Havis

$99.00
$73.45
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ID:
7726
SKU:
CG-X
Availability:
Estimated Lead Time is 2-4 Weeks. In Stock Item
ID:
7726
SKU:
CG-X
Availability:
Estimated Lead Time is 2-4 Weeks. In Stock Item
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CHARGE GUARD Select is the newest version of the original automatic shutdown device and is much more than an on/off timer for mobile electronics. It's an easy-to-use intelligent vehicle power management system that prevents dead batteries, protects mobile electronics from voltage anomalies, and gives you peace of mind. With CHARGE GUARD Select, equipment is always available, and you never have to remember to turn it on or off. 

Features

  • Microprocessor Based
  • Selectable Timeout Delay
  • Choice of Sensing Modes:
  • Automatic Detection Mode (AC)
  • Isolated Alternator Detection
  • Voltage Rise Detection (DC only)
  • Direct Ignition Mode (HL)
  • Emergency Override
  • Shutdown Pre-warning
  • Hi & Lo Voltage Disconnect
  • Reverse Polarity Protection 

Specifications

 Operating voltage (nominal)   13.8V
 Low voltage disconnect   11V
 High voltage disconnect   18 V
 Stand-by current   15-20 MA
 Operating current   80-85 MA
 Load current rating   30 Amps
 Minimum time delay   5 sec. or 15 min.
 Selectable time delay   1-16 hrs. & Infinity
 Factory default time setting   2 hrs
 Length   4”
 Width   3.75 “
 Weight   5 oz.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Installation Instructions

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  • 5
    Solid Product, worth the money

    Posted by New West Technologies, LLC from Landover, MD on 1/10/2012 on 17th Apr 2013


    Pros:
    Easy To Set Up,Increases Efficiency,Rugged Construction
    Cons:
    Too Bulky
    Describe Yourself:
    "Automotive Engineer"
    Was this a gift?:
    No
    Bottom Line:
    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
    Currently own/operate 12 Charge Guards Pro: Eliminates the need to wire into ignition circuit as "Engine On" is detected through 12v power. Con: Odd but manageable form factor

  • 5
    Wiring?

    Posted by Ty the Stereo Guy from Hubbard Lake, Michigan on 10/14/2011 on 17th Apr 2013

    Pros:
    Easy To Store,Increases Efficiency,Versatile,Rugged Construction
    Best Uses:
    In Vehicles,Special Operations
    Describe Yourself:
    Outdoor Enthusiast
    Was this a gift?:
    No
    Bottom Line:
    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
    I actually bought the Havis Charge Guard Auto Shutoff Timer a few months ago. Here's why and what happened: I drive an 88 Dodge Ramcharger, with a built 318 and a bunch of other fancy things on it. Anyhow i spent the winter of 2010/2011 refurbishing the truck to the best of my budget. This is important to this review because I put in a new sound system that includes 2 amps, 2 tweeters, 6 6x9s, and 2 15" subs... in order to do this i had to buy an additional deep-cell battery, but even then with the engine off i only had 30 minutes of play time (assuming bother batteries were fully charged) before the batteries would die, which is not a good thing when you are camping in the middle of no where... SOOO i found the Charge Guard online, which would have been the perfect solution!!! The following is an account of what i encountered: **The purchase was SIMPLE, the delivery was EFFICIENT, and the directions as far as what wires go where were good enough to give me FULL CONFIDENCE (with my minimal electrical experience) that i myself could instal this product. Also the Charge Guard was small enough that i had no difficulty finding a place to mount it. *HOWEVER* I DID HAVE PROBLEMS FINDING THE WIRES FROM MY TRUCK THAT I NEEDED TO USE IN ORDER TO INSTAL THIS PRODUCT.** Lol needless to say I was a little upset when I had such an amazing product setting before me without any knowledge of how to find the wires i needed to hook it up. Anyhow I used some electrical testers and what not trying to find my ignition wire and had no luck. I then tried to find the wire that powered my stereo (farther back than the deck, I wanted to trace it to the fuse) and also had no luck. The Charge Guard now sits in a box full of random stereo equipment... When i return home in ten months i will have to seek out someone with knowledge on wiring stuff like this to give me a hand. IN CONCLUSION I recommend to Havis that the company provides some general instructions for how to FIND the wires needed for this product. Doing so will assuredly increase your average Joe customers. PS: Sry i don't have pics, on the other side of the world right now = /

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