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The Manager30 Battery Management System with Lithium Profile

The Manager30 Battery Management System with Lithium Profile

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Let this complete battery management system charge and maintain your auxiliary batteries by incorporating AC, DC, and solar inputs. Compatible with lithium as well as traditional lead acid, gel, calcium, and AGM batteries. 30-Amp output. Call 800-298-1624 to order Redarc battery charger part number RED88FR or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Redarc products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for The Manager30 Battery Management System with Lithium Profile. Battery Charger reviews from real customers.
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Redarc Battery Charger - RED88FR

  • Boat
  • RV/Camper
  • Trailer
  • Battery Charger
  • Redarc
  • 12V
  • Solar Panels to Auxiliary Battery
  • Vehicle Battery to Auxiliary Battery
  • Charges/Maintains

Let this complete battery management system charge and maintain your auxiliary batteries by incorporating AC, DC, and solar inputs. Compatible with lithium as well as traditional lead acid, gel, calcium, and AGM batteries. 30-Amp output.


  • State-of-the-art battery management system charges and maintains your auxiliary batteries
    • Ideal for RV and marine applications, caravans, and camper trailers with multiple battery banks
  • Incorporates AC, DC, and solar inputs to charge multiple auxiliary batteries simultaneously
  • Monitors and calculates power usage so you always know how much power is remaining and where your power is coming from
    • User-friendly, graphic display monitor for convenient power management
    • Solar prioritized over other sources for maximum efficiency
  • Operates like 6 products in 1 - auxiliary battery charger, 110-volt charger, solar regulator, battery isolator, load disconnect controller, and remote battery monitor
  • Includes lithium profile to let you charge lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries as well as traditional lead acid, gel, calcium, and absorbed glass mat (AGM) batteries
  • Sensor allows charging of non-lithium auxiliary batteries in freezing temperatures
  • Made in Australia


  • Application: all vehicles and alternator systems, including variable voltage alternators
  • System output: 12V DC
  • Current output: 30 amps
  • Output power: 520 watts
  • Input fuse rating: 50 amps
  • Output fuse rating: 40 amps
  • Input (operating) voltage: 110V AC / 9V - 32V DC
  • 2-Year warranty

BMS1230S3-NA The Manager30 Battery Management System with Lithium Profile

Replaces Redarc 331-BMS1230S2-NA

Installation Details RED88FR Installation instructions

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Video Transcript for Redarc Manager30 Battery Management System Review

Hi, I'm Shane with etrailer.com. Today you're gonna be taking a look at the Redarc Manager30 Power Management System. Adding a system like this with your solar panels, is gonna allow you to monitor the use of your batteries. Whether that's charging your batteries, or the usage of them. On a typical install over solar panel kit, it's gonna allow you to charge your batteries to 80%. The benefit of this system is gonna allow you to charge those batteries that extra 20% to give you that 100% of charge.

So, if you're off grid somewhere, you don't have that 110 or 120 volt hookup, this is gonna allow you to stay off grid a lot longer. Something I really like about this setup, it's gonna basically have six products in one. You gonna have your DC to DC charger. You gonna have your 110 volt charging or 120 volts. So, if you're hooked up at a campsite and you're able to, it's also gonna allow you to charge your batteries from that.

You have your solar regulator, so it's gonna regulate how much solar power you're bringing in. You have your battery isolator. And what that is, is it's gonna isolate, when you're hooked up to your vehicle, it's gonna isolate your battery so that there's no backfeed going back to the vehicle itself. You also have your load disconnect. So, if your batteries get to that 100% charge, or that maybe you're not hooked up to your truck and it goes to the 80% charge, it's not gonna overcharge your batteries.

You also have the remote, which is this right here. This remote allows you to monitor all of that. Whether you're putting power into the batteries or taking power out, putting them into the camper theirself, whether it's lighting or any of the other items you may be using inside the camper. Another really nice feature about this system is in the settings you're gonna have a touring mode and you're gonna have a storage mode. The touring mode is while you're using your camper, RV, trailer, whatever it may be, it's gonna allow you to maintain the charging on your batteries, whether it's through the 110, a hookup, or through your solar panel or by your truck.

There's also a storage mode. So when you're done using your camper, RV, or whatever it is, for the year, you put it in storage. The system is gonna maintain a charge on your batteries. So you're not gonna have to mess with it. When you come back to use your camper, you know it's gonna be ready to go. It's also gonna allow us to use different types of batteries. So if we have gel batteries, AGM batteries, lead-acid batteries, calcium, and lithium batteries. This is gonna be our main unit that allows us to get the power to our batteries and maintain that charge. This is gonna be our monitor. This allows us to actually watch the charging or removal of any power coming from our batteries. We're gonna have a power wire, from our solar panel, going into the unit. We're gonna have power and ground coming out of the unit that goes outside. And we're gonna have our DC power coming from our vehicle. This little box here gets our information, has a core that comes off the back of our screen here, runs into the box. We have a battery sensor mounted outside by our batteries, that plugs into here. And it runs into our unit. The unit allows us to tie all of this together to help maintain the charge on our batteries. There's a lot of settings in our control panel that we can go through. Without boring you too much, I'm gonna go through just a few important ones. You can find the rest of them in your owner's manual. Here we're gonna have our main screen. It's gonna give us our day, our date, and our time. This is gonna be a screen that allows us, you notice right up here at the top, it shows battery charge and it's calculating. So when you first hook up, this is what your screen is gonna look like, because what the unit is doing it's actually reading information from your batteries. Once it finishes reading that information, then it's actually gonna show, depending on how you have it set up, hours until your batteries are full. And this is gonna, this graph is actually gonna show where the batteries are in their stage of using power. These three here, these are your input status. The top one, you can see the sun. This is telling you, your solar power, how much solar power is being brought in. This is when you're plugged into your 110 volt. You notice the two that we're not using right now, they have a little circle with a line through them. That's showing that those two are not hooked up. The 110 is showing that it's open, but that's what we're using. Once we hook up to one of the other, hook up through our vehicle, it's actually going to do the same thing to remove the circle. And it's only gonna use two of them at one time. So obviously, if you're driving, the 110 is not gonna be hooked up. This is gonna be your output status, so your battery management system is showing what the output is doing. You notice the little arrows. It's showing the arrows what it's pointing to. So, if we unhooked from our 110, we went to this screen, it actually be this arrow would switch directions and come back the other way. This is where our mode is. The charging status. Our mode, we're in touring right now, because we're using our camper. This would change when we change our mode to our storage mode. This allows you to select your battery type. This allows you to select your amp hours. This is gonna tell you, this screen, this confirmation screen, that is your old and new, and tells you what amp hours you have it set at. So we have lead-acid batteries, 140 amp hours, because we have two of them tied together. Those are the two we wanna charge. Each one is at 70. Now, once you get to this screen in order to get out of it, if you look at this screen this allows you to set up your actual panel here itself. This is advanced settings, so you can go in and you can change, you can change your screen color or the brightness and contrast of it. There's many different settings in here. Like I said, I don't wanna bore you with all of them, but this is how you get to those. This is your factory settings, so you can reset the whole thing if maybe if you change batteries and go to a different type of battery, you're able to go into the factory settings, reset the factory settings so that you can go back in and change it all to whatever you need to change it to. Now when you first install this, you're gonna have to plug into a 110 outlet. The reason is it needs to know what kinda batteries you have. If it doesn't know any of that information, this is not gonna come on. There's gonna be three screens: you're gonna have your date, you're gonna have your time, and you're gonna have your battery. The battery one is the most important one. It's going to, you're gonna put in the information of what type of batteries you have. Once you have that in and you unplug from 110, this unit is gonna stay on, it's gonna allow you to monitor and maintain your battery charge. We're using lead batteries. Then you wanna get the amp hours of the battery. You look on top. There should be a sticker like this. Right at the bottom this sticker, real small writing, it's gonna tell you the amp hours. We're gonna be using two batteries for our camper. We have them tied together. So in our screen, in our panel we actually have it set up for 140, so it will charge both of them to the maximum capacity. Once you've got everything set up, you're ready to go camping. Again, I'm Shane with etrailer.com. That's gonna complete our look at the Redarc Manager30 Power Management System..

Customer Reviews

The Manager30 Battery Management System with Lithium Profile - RED88FR

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (1 Customer Reviews)

Let this complete battery management system charge and maintain your auxiliary batteries by incorporating AC, DC, and solar inputs. Compatible with lithium as well as traditional lead acid, gel, calcium, and AGM batteries. 30-Amp output.

- 331-BMS1230S2-NA

Review from a similar The Manager30 in Battery Charger


Ask the Experts about this Redarc Battery Charger

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    Yes. You can use the RedArc The Manager30 Battery Management System with Lithium Profile # RED88FR with an inverter/charger that has an automatic transfer switch like the Progressive Dynamics Pure Sine Wave Inverter w/ Transfer Switch - Remote - GFCI - 1,000 Watts - 12V # PD1210SR without any issues. My contact at RedArc mentioned that because the Manager30 is a battery charger working off AC mains (shore) power, you need to ensure this Manager30 AC circuit is ‘only’ supplied via mains...
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  • Can I Use 6v Batteries Wired In Series For Extended Boondocking with AC Unit
    You would need at least 4 of the # BRW84FR batteries to give you the bare minimum that you'll require to consider being able to make this work for you, and I would strongly recommend going upwards of 8 batteries because of the extended period of time that you'll be off grid. Because batteries can only drain so much, and because you're going to be pulling almost half of the power off of one of the # BRW84FR batteries in just 1 hour of AC use (150ah), you could easily run through 50% of your...
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  • Recommended Power Management Solution for Lithium Batteries on Truck Bed Camper
    The Progressive Dynamics # PD4045LICSV is the correct part you're looking for to swap the converter in your power distribution box and you could use the GoPower # 34276119 as your solar controller, but I have a better solution for you. I'll add that I'm not familiar with the Blue Sea part that you've mentioned and since we don't offer those products I can't confirm whether the part you're seeking is available but we would typically recommend using some sort of isolator. I recommend...
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  • Can Furrion RV Power Panel FDP12WABL Be Used with Manager30 Converter
    You can use the Manager30 Battery Management System part # RED88FR with the Furrion panel part # FDP12WABL which would give a way to run the charge to your batteries with an AGM profile or a Lithium profile. The Manager30 would plug right into the panel as it was designed for a converter like this.
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