Balmar’s Centerfielder Typical System Wiring Design

Balmar’s Centerfielder Typical System Wiring Design -A typical system wiring design of Balmar’s Centerfielder is shown in the picture below.



Balmar’s Centerfielder Typical System Wiring Design

Balmar’s Centerfielder Typical System Wiring Design -A typical system wiring design of Balmar’s Centerfielder is shown in the picture below. 

This device enables twin engine systems to balance alternator output, so available amperage from alternators can be combined to support larger battery banks.

Battery sense wire with S mark, F for Field Wire, I for Ignition Wire and 0+ for Positive Output Cable (click to enlarge the diagram).

The Centerfielder device field and ignition wires on port and starboard voltage regulators. If both regulators are up and running the Centerfielder identifies the dominant regulator and splits its field to supply both alternators with the same exitation voltage.

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