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Author Topic: Intellitic Big Boy Relay  (Read 144 times)
berrybus
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« on: June 16, 2014, 06:41:06 PM »

I have installed an Intellitic Big Boy Relay.  I have noticed that it gets to hot to touch.  Is this normal for these relays to do that or is this an indication that something could be wrong with the relay.  It gets hot even when there is no load on it.  Anyone else have this same relay or can shed some light on this issue, I would appreciate any input.

Thanks!  Jim
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« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2014, 07:11:35 PM »

Do you have one of these in your system ?
http://www.intellitec.com/assets/pdf/1453-intellitec-pdf-template-53-01000-000.pdf

or one of this ?
http://www.flemingsalesoem.com/intellitec/PDF/5301008.100.pdf

I have no clue about the system you are using, but it sounds interesting  Huh
good luck.


The 200 amp version is not a continuous duty unit and requires an Intellitec Isolator - diesel controller to prevent it from overheating when it is used for continuous duty. A momentary, dash-mounted switch can also be added to provide a "jump start" for the engine, from the auxiliary battery....

http://www.ecovantageenergy.com/catalog/items/item998.htm

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