The National Luna Intelligent solenoid has been designed to be a compact, automatic, parallel split-charge isolator for motor vehicles. The product features intelligent control electronics and a low-loss, high-current solenoid rated for extreme environments.
Installing the Intelligent solenoid is simple and can "piggy-back" off the vehicle's main battery without any ignition "tapping", ensuring that existing vehicle wiring is not tampered with.
The Intelligent Solenoid is supplied as a fully-functional split-charge isolator, no cables, batteries or other hardware is supplied. Battery monitor, lugs, cables and batteries are available separately.
Automatic connection and isolation.
Plug-in port for remote monitor.
No ignition wiring necessary.
Alternator over-load protection.
Removed battery protection.
Damaged battery protection.
Can be installed in trailers or caravans.
Product dimensions: L 130mm (5.1") x W 115mm (4.5") x H 75mm (3")
Weight: 0.58kg (1.3lbs) excl. connections
Power supply: 8Vdc - 15Vdc (display range: 11.4V - 14.2V)
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Does anything come with the Isolator? The photo shows something to the right of the isolator, is that included?
Question by: Rico
The Intelligent Solenoid is supplied as a fully-functional split-charge isolator, no cables, batteries or other hardware is supplied. Battery monitor, lugs, cables and batteries are available separately. The item you see to the right of the Isolator in the photos is the Dual Battery Controller (ECOM017)- sold separately. Make sure to take a look at the DIY Spilt Charge System Kit (ECOM028) this will include everything you need for a dual set up!
Answer by: Front Runner
My Defender has a 100amp alternator, will it burn out this system rated at 85amps continuous? I was planning on installing a 140amp alternator as well, is that not an option?
Question by: Steve
Your 100amp alternator should be fine with this product. However, we would recommend contacting National Luna regarding the 140amp option you're considering. Thank you!
Answer by: Front Runner
Can this be used on a secondary battery to start a 3.0L v6 if the main battery goes dead?
Question by: Raymond
Yes. If your battery dies, you can activate the solenoid from the controller inside your vehicle, and then start your vehicle off the secondary battery.