Verifying the function of the TRUE isolator

The TRUE isolator is a sophisticated programmed voltage sensitive relay. Although the programming is sophisticated and complex the operation is basically simple. It functions by sensing the voltage available in your electrical circuit and connects (closes) or disconnects (opens) according to programmed threshold and timing factors. It is not connected to your ignition and does […]

Guides in Using TRUE Smart Battery Isolator?

A 12V automatic  battery isolator provides you with an additional power system and allowing you to keep the primary battery fully charge for starting the engine of your vehicle. This would save power of the starting battery especially when the charging source becomes insufficient. This is a hybrid type of technology being applied, utilizing state-of-the-art device and […]

Latest Testimonials

  Dear Dennis,  I wanted to send you a note to say happy holidays and thanks for selling me on the idea of using your new battery isolators. My little shop is now installing about 10 of these a month on both new and older model boats. I can honestly tell you I disliked using […]

Customer Testimonials

Dr. Hogan, I received the BSR’s and dual battery kit last weekend. I must admit I was skeptical of the ease of installation and the price was a little higher than the battery isolators at Wallmart but after talking with you I decided to give this a try. I have installed diode type isolators before […]

How Battery Isolator Works in Your Vehicles

An automotive electrical system produces enough electrical power for an automobile to run the ignition system, charge the battery again and supply power for electronic devices inside the vehicle. Some vehicles take advantage of this extra electrical capacity to sustain a 2nd on-board battery. Typically a vehicle with more than one battery will include a […]

Question: Why Would an ATV/UTV Need a Second Battery?

Answer:  Most ATV/UTVs utilize a stator as the source for providing power to operate the vehicles system and charge the battery. These stators are capable of producing very limited amps and the amps they do produce are very RPM dependent. Basically low RPMs mean low amps. Couple that with a small battery with low storage […]

Facts and Myths in ATV – UTV Dual Battery Management System

Fact   All of the current charging stators in today’s UTVs will produce a maximum of about 35 amps of power when the engine is running at 5000rpm. Many such as the Yamaha Rhino produce less than 30amps. Battery discharge state at an idle Understanding this simple fact it is easy to recognize the need for adding […]