Smallest model 80A – 130A (at 12V).


Battery and alternator temperature sensing. The chargers disengage the unit in the event of the alternator temperature getting too high, it then re-engages the unit when the alternator cools down. The same thing happens when the batteries get too hot.

Multiple charging profiles. Chargers have AGM, Gel, Flooded lead acid, sealed lead acid and calcium charging profiles.

Alternator Regulator or Alternator to Battery Charger?
We are frequently asked this question. For an in depth reason to choose the A2B over the alternator regulator. We recommend that you refer to our FAQ page. Here we shall discuss the main differences, the time it takes to wire up, engine management systems and warranty voiding.

Put simply the Alternator to Battery charger can be more easily and speedily installed, it tends to avoid any engine management issues and shall not void your manufacturers warranty.

Additional features:

  1. Battery sensor. When DC cables are long a voltage drop can be induced across it. There is a connector which allows for the compensation of this drop.
  2. Ignition start. Some alternators require a voltage on the alternator to start up. There is a built in device to overcome this problem in the event of such an alternator type being used.
  3. The remote control. This offers full set-up information, plus voltages and temperatures of all the relevant places, as per the digital alternator regulator.

Alternator to Battery chargers

DC (V) Max Alt size (A) Size L x W x D mm Weight kg Code
12V 80A 270 x 180 x 80 2.5 AB1280
12V 130A 270 x 180 x 80 2.5 AB12130
12V 300A 370 x 288 x 70 5.0 AB12300
12V 400A 370 x 288 x 70 5.1 AB12400
24V 80A 270 x 180 x 80 2.5 AB2480
24V 200A 370 x 288 x 70 5.2 AB24200
Remote control ABNRC
12V 160A 250 x 280 x 70 3.5 AB12160
12V 210A 250 x 280 x 70 3.5 AB12210
12V 100A 250 x 280 x 70 3.5 AB24100
Remote control ABRC
Power Variant

12V 80A AB1280, 12V 130A AB12130, 24V 80A AB2480, Remote Control ABNRC

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