Which Split Charge Kit?
A brief guide to help you understand our kits.
Light Duty Split Charge Kit
This kit is designed with older vehicles in mind, where the system can easily be wired in to the alternator warning light circuit / to an ignition based switch. Lighter duty cable is used in these kits as the output of most older alternators is less than 50 amps.BROWSE THESE KITS
WARNING LIGHT BASED
Intended to be wired in to the alternator / charge warning light circuit.
Using smaller gauge cable and basic components makes this kit cheap but reliable.
This system requires a little more understanding of how the system should work and needs extra wiring than our VSR’S do.
VOLTAGE SENSTIVE KIT
Medium / Heavy Duty Kits
This kit is designed with more modern vehicles in mind, where the battery warning circuit cannot be easily accessed. Medium Duty Cable is provided for older vehicles where alternators are lower in current but you want an easier install. Heavier duty cabling is provided for modern vehicles where alternators can easily produce over 100 amps output.BROWSE THESE KITS
These relays automatically switch on when they sense that the vehicle is charging.
These kits can be fitted on to pretty much all vehicles prior to 2016 and the introduction of smart alternator systems.
basic to install
These systems normally only require one cable to be run from the starter battery to the auxiliary batteries via the relay.
BATTERY TO BATTERY CHARGERS
DC – DC Charging Systems
These systems are designed to be used on Euro 5 / Euro 6 vehicles with charging systems controlled by the ECU. This means our standard VSR systems can not be used as these systems regularly stop charging completely when the battery reaches a certain state.BROWSE THESE KITS
These units automatically switch on when they sense that the vehicle is between the specified voltage of the system.
MOST EFFICIENT CHARGE
These are the most efficient kits on the market today, prolonging the life span of batteries by using the correct charging cycles.
While these systems are the best way of charging auxiliary batteries, they are complex and require setting up and matching to each specific installation.