Temperature Sensor for DC to DC Battery Chargers
5(2) Temperature Sensor for DC to DC Battery Chargers
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SKU: RTSDCC-AU
AU$11.99

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Description

The RTSDCC comes in handy for reading incoming temperature values from the house battery bank while adjusting the charging voltage of your DC to DC On-Board Battery Charger. Featuring a temperature operation range from -4°F ~ 176°F / -20℃ ~ +80℃, the sensor will be important in the overall lifespan and performance of your house battery bank by applying higher charging voltage to counter the increased resistance due to low temperature. Simply connect the RTSDCC to the charger and place the sensor on top or on the side of the house battery bank and the charger will take care of the rest with temperature compensation. Enhance your battery charging system with a Renogy Temperature Sensor today!

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Key Features

  • Accurate temperature measurement
  • Cable length: 118 inches
  • Temperature range: -20℃ ~ +80℃
  • This temperature sensor is compatible with Renogy 12V 20A/40A/60A DC to DC on-board Battery Charger

Package Includes

Battery Temperature Sensor for DC to DC on-board Battery Charger

Battery Temperature Sensor for DC to DC on-board Battery Charger

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Temperature Sensor for DC to DC Battery Chargers  
Temperature Range: -20℃ ~ +80℃ Connector: RJ11
Probe: 6*50mm copper Cable Length: 3 meters / 118 inches
Cable: 4-conductor copper cable with PVC jacket, 26 AWG  
 

Warranty Information

Accessories 1-year material warranty
 

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DC2DC Charger - 40amp

Scott Opie on Mar 30th 2022

Have this installed and currently on the inaugural voyage. Seems to be charging (bit hard to tell as I haven't had a cloudy day yet) and have had no problems to mention. It wasn't as easy to install as I hoped for, but thats what happens when the start is up front and the house are way back of the LWB. Used wheel chocks to improve the access after a few head bumps. Other than that, the instructions were simple enough even for me and I went for the manual switch on/off method as ran out of time looking for a sourse on the fuse box or alternator. It also allows me to choose the method of charge I want to use.

Dc2dc temp sensor

Scott Opie on Mar 30th 2022

The only way I can tell if it's working or not is if the batteries burn out. In which case, I suppose, it isn't working. But so far so good. What I do know however, is that it was a very inexpensive redundancy measure, turned up on time and took about 1 minute to install. So yes. Very happy.