|Parallax 7155 Series|
Cat. No. MT-7155
Weight 5 lbs
The 7100 series power converter Is a solid-state electronic power
supply and is maintenance free, It is so self-sufficient and quiet that
you will probably not know It Is working except for the tact that your
batteries are always charged, and your 12-volt lights and appliances
always work, If any 12-volt appliance rails to operate, first check
your RV?s 12-volt distribution fuseblock located behind the decorative
front door in tile upper right hand corner of the converter and inspect
all fuses. If a fuse is open or blown” replace It with the same size
fuse (never Install a larger fuse). If the fuse opens again, have and
electrician or certified RV technician locate the circuit trouble.
Replace blown fuses with Littelfuse type 257 fuses only.
If the 7100 series power converter is not working, first confirm the RV
supply or "shoreline" cord is plugged Into a live circuit, Then check
all the 120-volt breakers In your RV distribution panel to make sure
they are "on" If a breaker is tripped, follow the instructions to reset
the breaker. lithe breaker trips again, consult an electrician or
certified RV technician.
The 7100 series power converter is ETL safety standards and has been
built with safety in mind. The 7100 Is also FCC Class Aor B certified
to minimize interference to electronic equipment.
The Parallax 7100 Series electronic power converter is designed to
supply the nominal 12-volt filtered DC power for all 12-volt operated
devices encountered In RV service. Although the converter is an
excellent battery charger, the converter does not require a battery to
be connected to It for proper operation. Caution When installing a
battery(s) always observe polarity. Connecting a battery
reverse-polarity will blow the power converter main fuses located on
the 12-volt DC distribution fuseblock.
If the 12-volt load exceeds the converter output rating the output
voltage will drop to prevent any further increase in current. Turn off
some lights or appliances and the output voltage will automatically
restore. The same will occur if the converter exceeds sale operating
temperature limits. Check to see that the converter?s air circulation
is not blocked or turn off some of the 12-volt load,
120 VOLT AC PANELBOARD
The AC panelboard section of the series 7100 is located behind the
decorative door in the upper left-hand corner. this panel contains the
120 VAC branch circuit breakers for your RV. One of the breakers
controls the 120-volt power to the 12-volt converter section located in
the tower half of the 7100. This breaker may also control another
branch circuit. Check the label next to each breaker for what each
branch circuit breaker controls.
The 120-volt circuits may be turned on by flipping tile breaker handle
up to the "on" position or off by flipping the handle to the "off"
position To reset a tripped breaker move handle to off then on.