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2 Way Split Charge Relay Charging Module - 6, 12 & 24 Volts

£14.95 (inc VAT) £12.46 (exc VAT)
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1 unit(s)

Product Description

Our 2 way intelligent split charger module is ideal for charging 1 or 2 additional lead acid / leisure batteries simultaneously, from one charging source. The battery voltages can be from 6 volt to 24 volt which gives this module a merit for convenience. The charging source can be from Solar Panels, Wind Turbines or Vehicle Alternators.


The module works in such a way that the voltages of both additional batteries are continually monitored and charged according to their respective need. Example: Batteries A & B,  once battery A has reached a full charge, the module will stop charging it but will still monitor it, but battery B will still receive a charge until it reaches a fully charged state. Both batteries will be monitored individually and charged as required.


For charging currents 10 Amp uncooled or 20 Amp if the module is mounted on a heat sink plate. It is perfect for motor homes, work vans, solar projects or wind turbine projects and is very easily incorporated into existing setups.



  • Maintains 2 batteries from 1 charging source
  • Auto charges batteries from 6V to 24V
  • Small, compact form factor
  • Cost effective solution to comparative products


Technical data:

  • Operating voltage: 6...24VDC
  • Batteries to be connected: Batteries should be the same voltage rating
  • Max. charging current: 10 Amp uncooled / 20 Amp cooled
  • Dimensions: approx. 84 x 58 x 33 mm

Charging Method:

  • Source, 6 Volt System - Can charge 1 or 2, 6 Volt batteries at stated current rating.
  • Source, 12 Volt System - Can charge 1 or 2, 12 Volt batteries at atated current rating.
  • Source, 24 Volt System - Can charge 1 or 2, 24 Volt batteries at stated current rating.

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  1. split charger

    Posted by paul on 18th Mar 2019

    I have now got a number of these units at various locations. For me the best feature of these is the connect and forget element. I no longer have to manually switch the solar output which means I can leave the setup to do its own thing.