Separator kits

To make sure you can always start the engine, make sure that the starter battery is separated from the consumer batteries automatically when the engine is stationary. The most robust solution for this is to use a good quality separator with correct cables.

A separator does not consume power when the engine is turned off. Our separator does not cause a voltage drop, as opposed to a separating diode which halves the charge by introducing a voltage drop of 0.7 V.


Fit the separator between the plus pole (+) of the starter battery and the plus pole (+) of the consumer battery.
One of the separators 6.3 mm pin (no matter which pin you choose), shall be connected to D + (61, STA) on the generator, or to the correct pin on the ignition switch. The ignition switch uses the pin that has voltage while engine runs, but not when the engine is switched off. This cable controls the separator (+). The second pin shall be connected to the minus pole of the starter battery (-). Use 2.5 mm² cable or thicker.
There is no risk of connecting the seperator or the control cables of the seperator "backwards".

The 75 A breaking current (or 50 A for 24 V) is dimensioned for service life and not survival.
So you can use the separator with a 135 A generator with good conscience. However, life expectancy decreases slightly from guaranteed 125,000 refractories, which corresponds to a boat trip a day for 171 years.

  12 V 24 V
Art no. E 0800 E 0805
Number of changes approx. 125 000 at 75 A approx. 100 000 at 50 A
Max current (≤ 1s) 400 A 200 A
Cable dimension
25 mm² 25 mm²
Cable length
2 x 35 cm 2 x 35 cm
Connections 2 pcs of M6 2 pcs of M6



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