The BP35 Systems are a closed circuit always-on system. The system is designed to be used as a standalone product with the screens as options. Some displays do not have switching capabilities and cannot operate the lights and pumps.
The displays which allow switching are simply just telling the system to turn those items off when needed.
There are two methods of isolation; which activate in several ways:
Activates when selecting Eco Mode on the Trek or Odyssey display or when the batteries get to 10·5 volts on Lead-Acid or 12volts on lithium.
This mode shuts down the load outputs 2 through to 14 only; while allowing the system to continue running normally, charging the Odyssey tablet, the house batteries. It also allows monitoring the power flow from items not connected directly to the main output circuits, such as the BRK output line and house battery (via a BC300). When Eco mode is exited, normal function resumes in the last state the switches were in.
Activates when using the RSW (Remote Switch) line or when the batteries reach 9·8 volts on AGM or 11·5 volts when using lithium.
This mode is a complete shutdown. It turns off circuits 1-14 and all CANBUS communications, including the Bluetooth receivers. When Storage mode is exited, the system performs a complete restart and resets all switched states to default. There can be a delay of up to 2 minutes, depending on how long the system has been shut down.
Both modes allow charging of the house battery to continue as usual.
Eco mode is the go-to method of turning the van off when not using it for a few days or if mains/solar is available.
Storage mode is designed for when you are parking the van without the possibility of charging for a few weeks or more, for example, undercover in a shed.