alliance RV Valor 2021 Energy Management System User Manual
Energy Management System
Energy Management System (If so equipped)
The Intellitronix Energy Management System combines a standard breaker box with automatic power management for use in a recreational vehicle. It automatically senses and shifts AC loads to best utilize the available power. It decides what AC circuits get power based on user priority settings. For example, if someone is using a hair dryer and running a microwave oven and toaster, and the refrigerator starts running, that may temporarily be more power than is available, potentially causing a main circuit breaker to trip, or overloading a generator. The Intellitronix Energy Management System can temporarily shut down the refrigerator power. When enough appliances are turned off, and sufficient power is available, refrigerator power is automatically restored. It also functions as a standard breaker box using standard breakers and wiring.
Energy Management System (If So Equipped)
The green LEDs indicate which circuits are on. There are six main menu displays accessed by pressing the “Up” or “Down” arrow buttons.
Total Power Display
Pressing Enter at the Total Power Display, (“Enter for Reset”) asks “Reset? Y/N N” press Up or Down buttons until “Reset? Y/N Y” appears. Then press the Enter button. It will show “Resetting… “ for a few seconds. Any lines that were powered off are all powered on. This is like resetting a breaker. It assumes you have reduced the load that had previously turned off some lines.
Pressing Enter at the History Menu shows past power consumption in Watt hours per circuit, the first display will show circuits 1 2 3, next display shows circuits 4 5 6, then previous hours as you press the “Down” button. Pressing the Enter button again returns you to the History Menu screen.
Max Power Setting Display
Pressing Enter at the Max Power Setting Display allows editing of the maximum Amps allowed by the system. Press Up or Down to set Amps, then Enter to save.
Circuit Priority Display
Pressing Enter at the Circuit Priority Display allows editing of circuit priorities. An arrow appears beside each priority number as you continue to press the Enter button. Pressing the Up or Down buttons changes the priority pointed to by the arrow. A circuit at priority level “1” will be turned off last. Priority level “6” is turned off first when too much power is being used. The default setting is “1 2 3 4 5 6” and indicates the first circuit (far left) has the most priority and the sixth circuit (far right) has the least priority. A setting of “6 2 3 4 5 1” indicates the first circuit (far left) has the least priority and the sixth circuit (far right) has the most priority.
Present Wattage Display
Present Amperage Display
A heavy‐duty power cord with a 4‐prong grounding plug is used to plug the RV into an external 120V source.
Never connect the power cord to a power source:
- That is not wired to the National Electric Code standard for 50 amp 120V/240V.
- With non‐functioning ground circuits.
- That has reverse polarity.
- That shows outward signs of heat damage.
- Use a cheater plug, adapter, or extension cord.
- Adapt the power cord to plug into a connector that was not designed
DOING SO MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE OR SERIOUS INJURY. YOU CAN POTENTIALLY DAMAGE YOUR RVs ELECTRICAL SYSTEM WHICH COULD RESULT IN SEVERE OR EVEN FATAL INJURY.
To connect your power cord:
- Turn the main 120V circuit breaker off.
- Extend the power cord it’s entire length.
- Plug the power cord in. Be sure that all the power cord prongs are properly plugged in.
- You are now safe to return turn the 120V circuit breaker back on.
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