Nov 9, 2017

Dolphin ACS receives R10 Certification (RV market)

ANNECY REGION (France), 9 November 2017 – Today, Dolphin Charger is proud to announce that its smart voltage sensing relay Dolphin ACS has received R10 Certification (E2 marking) through UTAC. “This is an important step for Dolphin Charger as it clearly opens the way for our brand into the automotive/RV segment”, says Nicolas Fata, in charge of the Dolphin brand. “Dolphin ACS is your perfect choice for outboard engines but also for recreational vehicles on the road such as trailers and campers”, Fata says. Dolphin ACS is IP67 certified, fully protected against over-temp, overload, under- and over-battery voltage and complies with strict norms (ISO 13297, ISO 10133 and ISO 8846). Dolphin ACS is available in 12V/50A (product code: 399250) and 80A (product code: 399260).

Dolphin Charger started operations in 1995 near the shores of the Annecy Lake in the French Alps. It is a proud member of the Eight Lakes Group. The Eight Lakes Group (with headquarters in Breda/NL and Antwerp/BEL and companies in Belgium, Netherlands, France and Taiwan) is a trusted supplier of products and solutions for the industrial and professional markets with a turnover of EUR 65 M.

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