In-Vehicle Electronics

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The widespread use of smartphones and computer tablets has created an increasing need for user accessible, on the move charging systems. The PowerVerter USB Chargers can be easily installed onto any vehicle and allow both drivers and passengers to readily access power to charge any device connected via a USB lead. This type of system has the distinct advantage of largely negating the need for mains electricity on vehicles. The 5Volt DC power is much safer than mains, so installation is quick and simple. Passengers can access the charging facility directly and power their equipment simply through the USB charging lead which is supplied with all such products.

The LCC Battery Guard is a solid state battery device that will monitor the source voltage and disconnect the equipment from the battery if the voltage falls below a pre-determined level. This can work to ensure that there is always sufficient voltage remaining in the battery to start a vehicle engine or ensure power is available for other critical applications. The total discharge of a lead acid battery can also cause damage to the cells significantly shortening the life of the battery. The LCC Battery Guard unit can also be set to disconnect equipment at a lower voltage that will still protect the battery from total discharge, while allowing for maximum battery usage. A timed version is also available which will disconnect automatically a set period after the ignition has been switched off.

Achieving the correct ambient lighting in buses and coaches while driving at night can be a challenge. Some passengers may wish to snooze, others might like to read a book or magazine, check and update mobile phones or other media devices. This causes the dilemma. Lights on or off? At night, typically lights are dimmed and passengers can choose a private reading light, usually situated in the ceiling of the vehicle which then shines on the appropriate seat, illuminating their surroundings.