A clear explanation of how to use the aux points for dc circuit low voltage disconnect would certainly help me. Thanks.
The Aux 1 diversion mode should make a good LV Disconnect.
If you want the Aux 1 output to go high when the battery voltage goes below a set point voltage, select
the mode "DIVERSION SLW-" which makes the Aux 1 output go HIGH (12 to 15 Volts) when the
battery voltage goes below the V LOW voltage setting. It will go HIGH after the TIME setting, "HOLD"
which is in seconds.
I would simply set the DELAY time to, say, 5 seconds and the HOLD time to 30 seconds or so.
This will allow the battery voltage to go below your V LOW set point when loads are turning
on but will not trip the output high for those short sags in battery voltage and be a nuisance.
Then, when the battery voltage rises above the "V HIGH" for the that DELAY time of 5 seconds.
Pick the High and low times and voltages to suit your needs.
We will probably add a dedicated LVD function into the Aux modes but would be this same
setup except with pre-set times and selectable voltages.
If this is not quite clear enough, just let us know.
This is a good FAQ question !