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Vanner electrical system monitor
02-22-2019, 10:16
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Vanner electrical system monitor
Hello There , I have a question about this system . The other day during start up a yellow light showing a battery came on . I was not sure what it was , so I went to my control board and saw nothing out of line . When I returned to the dash the light was out . So thought nothing of it and continued our trip .

But with some down time to think I wanted to know about this issue and found that it is a product of the Vanner monitor . But what I do not know is what would I do if the light does not go out , and what is actually at risk .

Over charged batts ?
under charges batts ?

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02-22-2019, 15:21 (This post was last modified: 02-22-2019 15:22 by davidbrady.)
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RE: Vanner electrical system monitor
Al, do you have a 24V chassis battery charger? The Vanner equalizer should always be working, even with the key off. So, it should always be replenishing the 12V side with the 24V side. Trouble is there are significant 12V DDEC and Allison loads and w/o a 24V charger there's only so much the Equalizer can do. The yellow light means the 12V/24V are out of balance by more than the voltage delta allowed by the Vanner.

More importantly, do you have the CB for the chassis battery charger turned on?

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02-22-2019, 20:02
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RE: Vanner electrical system monitor
so your saying always leave that 10amp charger running even on Inverter ?

Al Perna
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02-24-2019, 13:05
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RE: Vanner electrical system monitor
Yes, I leave mine on all the time. Mine is ignition switch protected and yours probably is too.

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