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DC Hub 150 Circuit board | EGON

NEWS
Egon DC-Hub version 2.1 is now shipping.

Version 2.0 and 2.1 are both suitable for 12 and 24V systems with high-output connectors upgraded from 50A to 80A each. Version 2.1 (now shipping) has the addition of the permissible input current increased to 80A using two 40A fuse blocks that reduce voltage-drop even further particularly important during long-duration, high-current charging from DC-DC chargers.

Relay Hub with Case | EGON

EGON RELAY HUB

The EGON Relay Hub is 12 & 24V DC combined switching and fusing hub which can be used as a standalone or in combination with an EGON DC Hub.

PCB DC Hub 150 circuity board | EGON

EGON DC-Hub

Imagine a simple, extremely robust DC input/output fuse box combination board that reduces workshop time by a large factor, but also does away with the need for specialist expertise when building DC electric setups.

Water Hub with Case | EGON

EGON Water-Hub

The World’s Most Efficient Way To Plumb Water Systems In Boats, Caravans, 4wds And Off-Grid Homes. Truly Plug & Play. We've done the hard work for you.

Save Time & Money

We engineer simple, extremely robust products that save you time and money in your workshop.
LOTS OF TIME!

Profitable

No specialist expertise needed! Which saves hire costs to make more profit.

made in Australia | EGON

Quality Engineering

Egon products are all German-engineered, designed and manufactured in Western Australia. Slash warrantee claims!

Dc-Hub Faq

Yes. But this question displays a common misunderstanding of electricity and the terms used. The DC-Hub’s largest connectors can handle 120 A. (amperes) This is the maximum current flow rate through that connector. A battery capacity, e.g. 80/100/120 amp/hr is how much energy it can store. It’s like dam and a river. The battery is the dam. When the sluice gates open, water flows. When the flow rate exceeds the river bank’s ability to contain it, it will burst its banks. When current flow rate (amps per hour) exceeds the equipment, heat is generated. So the available supply of current (amps/hr) does not cause the heat, but an excessive flow rate does (A). The real question should be, my current drawer is ‘X’, is the DC-Hub suitable?
For example, a 80A battery can produce, a hypothetical 80 AMPS for one hour. (The usable capacity is less than this due to many factors.) But the maximum current flow of the same battery can easily reach 600A or more. If you removed the dam wall, the water will gush out until the reservoir is empty and the river’s banks will be destroyed. The battery is like this and a breached dam wall is like a short circuit. A typical lead-acid battery can produce enough energy to weld steel – until its empty. That’s why we ALWAYS use fuses at the battery.
Yes. Because of the internal BMS (battery management system) that limited the current flow from the battery. This is why they are unsuitable for very high current applications, like winching. But the rules of battery capacity and current flow still stand.

Cost Savings

This is a remarkable cost and time saving device called the DC-Hub. Imagine a simple, extremely robust product that considerably reduces workshop time, but also does away with the need for specialist expertise when wiring DC setups.

fool proof

One of the biggest challenges of electrical installations is the lack of expertise, and the resultant quality shortfalls.

german quality, aussie made

Simple, made from the best German components and assembled in Australia

installation guides

The board is marked with input instructions and every unit comes with an installation