Wiring Diagram by Part #’s
00-10041-400 – 160 AMPs
00-10041-450 – 225 AMPs
allows you to remotely disconnect the vehicle from the battery. Prevents battery drain during storage while eliminating the cumbersome task of physically removing the battery cable from the bank of batteries. While in BGA mode, automatically disconnects the vehicle from the battery if it senses low voltage conditions, but with owner override capability. Automatically re-connects the vehicle to the battery if it senses a charging voltage condition.
The Battery Guardian Auto draws no current in the On or Off state.
160 Amps continuous, 600A cranking. (Part # 00-10041-400)
225 Amps continuous, 1200A cranking. (Part # 00-10041-450)
Ignition proof: SAW J1171
Waterproof: IEC 60529, IP66 IP 67, ASTM B 117 96 hours salt spray
Approved for battery compartments
Microprocessor-controlled internal coil:
No external fuse
Prevents coil damage from “sticky switches”
Prevents accidental disconnect if ignition signal is detected
Weight: Under 1 pound
The Battery Guardian Auto opens and connects the two 5/16” copper terminals by means of a sliding contact. There are 3 states, Off-Disconnected, On-Disconnected, and BGA-Connected with Auto, whereby the device will disconnect when it senses low battery, and reconnect when it senses charging. Cycling the switch Off & On will also reconnect the relay. The Battery Guardian Auto remains in the On or Off state, without coil power.
The BG AutoSelect is a cross between a BD and a BG and works with a 3-position Rocker Switch: On, Off, and Auto.
In the On or Off position, it works like a BD. In the Auto position, it works like a BG.