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Studying the Schaudt EBL99 wiring diagram, there is a reference to "Solar Module (only for LR 02)"........anybody know what LR 02 is? I can find no reference to this on Schaudt website or Googling.
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wackywyco wrote:
Studying the Schaudt EBL99 wiring diagram, there is a reference to "Solar Module (only for LR 02)"........anybody know what LR 02 is? I can find no reference to this on Schaudt website or Googling.

Looking at the instruction manual I have its described as 'solar charge regulator for solar modules with a total current of 14A with 3 pin connector plug and 0.5m of cable'. I assume it means a max of 14A.

I have the manual in pdf form and will email you a copy if you want? PM me your email address if you do.
 
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Thanks Twinky,I have the manual downloaded from this website, is that the one you have? What I am trying to work out is what the central pin on the three pin plug (block 6) is for. The diagram shows it linked to terminal 9 on block 5 which is for positive feed(to/from) for the module LR02. I was just curious as to what that was.
 
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Looking at the wiring diagram I would guess that the solar panel would be connected +ve pin 9, -ve pin 12, on block 5. The regulator is connected at block 6 with the +ve from the solar panel going from pin 9 block 5 to pin 2 block 6. This current is fed through the regulator and back through pin 3, block 6 through the 15A fuse and to the living area battery?

Please remember this is only my opinion and not based on any detailed knowledge of the charger.

Why not email schaudt and ask? I sent them an email asking for help on a sunday evening and got a reply for 8.30am the following morning.

BTW my instruction manual is for the EBL99G and is 26 pages long. Is that the same as yours?

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Hi Twinky,you have a PM
 
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Having searched a few forums (Dutch and German) I think the LR02 is an old regulator. You will notice that the wiring diagram and the front panel indicate block 6 as the input for a Solar Regulator and this is designed to be connected to module LRS 1214 (see link below). There have been posts about fitting this unit before.

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Does anyone know where you can buy just the connectors so that i can fit my own solar regulator to a Schaudt EBL99 please?

and has anyone else experience of this?

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Why not just connect your regulator directly to the battery, most people do it this way.

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David....you have aPM
 
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The connectors are Mate-N-Lock 12 pole socket cap is made by Aircraft and Marine Products ( AMP - Tyco Electronics) and is an old industry standard connector range going back many years.
It is from the AMP/TYCO range “Universal Mate-N-Lock.”
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What is on the Elektroblock is a pin header so the part you need is a Socket housing (called a plug!) (AMP 350735-1) and crimp some sockets ( AMP 827039-1).

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Suggest you ring them up and blag some samples.
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Good luck Clive
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