Battery Saver LR HO w/USB

Product Code: 091-195-12-USB


  • 20A, total output
  • Relay removes auxiliary loads from vehicle battery and connects to battery saver, preventing battery discharge when in station
  • Front panel USB interface used for recharging electronic devices such as the IPhone or IPad
  • Clean, low ripple output causes no interference with sensitive electronics
  • Fast acting relay ensures "glitch" free power transfer
  • Current limiting prevents overload
  • Front panel "Power On" indicator 
  • Designed for rigors of emergency vehicle use; heavy duty case and components
  • 3 year warranty

The Battery Saver Low Ripple (BSLR) is a power supply with a load power transfer function. Loads connected to the BSLR are powered by the vehicle's battery when the AC power to the BSLR is OFF. When AC power is applied to the BSLR special circuitry within the Battery Saver transfers the load(s) to the Battery Saver output. The Battery Saver output then provides low ripple 12VDC System power to Battery Saver load(s). Installation of a Battery Saver eliminates the power drain on a vehicle battery and or a battery under-charge ensuring all vehicle battery charger power is available to charge the battery.

This Battery Saver is unique in that there is no interruption of power supplied to the loads during power transfers. The feature makes the BSLR ideal for Mobile Data Terminal (MDT) and or 12VDC vehicle computer systems that may "re-boot" during an input power interruption.

In addition to the Battery Saver output the BSLR with USB allows for USB interface. The USB interface is conveniently located on the front panel and can be used to recharge electronic devices.

Input Fuse 120 Vac, 50/60 Hz, 4.5 Amps Max RMS, 12 Vdc from Battery
Input 120 Vac, 50/60 Hz, 4.5 Amps Max RMS, 12 Vdc from Battery
Output 12 Vdc, 20 Amps
Output Fuse 25 Amps, Fast Acting
Warranty 3 Years
Weight 5 lbs
Indicators Power "ON," LED
Output Ripple 30 Millivolts, AC, RMS
Electronic Current Limit 20 Amps
USB 5.0 Volts, 1 Amp
EV Series No