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IC Series Inverter/Charger: MOUNTING THE DRIP SHIELD

The IC Series Inverter/Charger is Marine UL listed. In order to properly mount the Inverter/Charger in a marine application, you must use a drip shield. Please follow the installation instructions below. **WALL MOUNT** ![][1] 1. Use the screws to mount the drip shield on the wall. ![][2] 2. Use the screws to moun…

IC Series Inverter/Charger: BATTERY TEMPERATURE SENSOR INSTALLATION

The Battery Temperature Sensor (BTS) extends the life of the battery by preventing overcharging in warm temperatures and undercharging in cold temperatures. The BTS provides the Inverter/Charger with precise battery temperature information to automatically adjust the absorb and float charge voltage set points. If the …

IC Series Inverter Charger: Unit Not Turning On

The relays that allow pass through need power from the battery to operate. If the battery voltage has dropped below the Low Voltage Disconnect point on the inverter, it will not turn on and it will not pass power through and charge the batteries. To check the incoming volt levels, use a multimeter to check first at t…

IC Series Inverter Charger: BASIC SETUP

1. Disconnect AC and DC from the Inverter Charger 2. Re-connect DC to the Inverter Chargerand turn it on 3. Check the two AC circuit breakers on the side of the Inverter Charger to ensure they are not tripped 4. Set shore power setting to AC source being used Re-connect AC power into the IC-2000 and wait to …

IC Series Inverter Charger: Lithium Battery Setup

To set your IC Series Inverter Charger to charge Go Power Lithium batteries, complete the following setps: • Go to Unit Setting and hit enter; • Scroll through unit setting to battery type and hit enter; • Scroll to Custom and hit enter; • Set absorption to 14.4 VDC and hit enter; • Set Float to 14.1 VDC and hit …

IC Series Inverter Charger: Error Codes

Below are two tables that identify inverter error codes, and how to remedy them. Remote Error Codes PTOC (Over current protection) Pulling to much current from inverter Turn off loads, unplug from shore power, power cycle the inverter. Turn inverter back on and re-apply shore power OTP (Over Temperature Protectio…

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