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Old 06-22-2022, 09:21 AM   #15
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That's 2004 to 2008?? Intellitec. Wasn't it Kongsberg by 2009?
First time I hear that name...
Couldn't find anything that looks like it
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Old 06-22-2022, 09:23 AM   #16
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I found this link spread sheet you click your model I opened a couple .
https://www.mikerobotics.com/Intelli...ryControls.htm
Good link but I went through it and couldn't find any model that fits the bill.
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Sorry I didn't want to click so many tiny boxes on my phone. The website seems like maybe has some good resources for Intelect. Do you see # on the board.
Here found what looks like full part # or replacement for previous obsolete one at bottom
https://pdxrvwholesale.com/products/...r-73-00824-000
https://pdxrvwholesale.com/products/...r-74-00824-000.
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Good link but I went through it and couldn't find any model that fits the bill.
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Old 06-22-2022, 08:14 PM   #18
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Are you having issues with one of your battery banks not charging, or, just curious if that's the BIRD?

*edit* Don't worry, just read your other related thread.
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Old 06-23-2022, 06:51 AM   #19
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Sorry I didn't want to click so many tiny boxes on my phone. The website seems like maybe has some good resources for Intelect. Do you see # on the board.
Here found what looks like full part # or replacement for previous obsolete one at bottom
https://pdxrvwholesale.com/products/...r-73-00824-000
https://pdxrvwholesale.com/products/...r-74-00824-000.
Yes, you found the board I have but, since I have a mix of lithium and lead- acid batteries, I have to stop using this board and install a dc-dc charger instead!

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Perhaps I am not getting the plot with all that old electro stuff, but a VSR with a readout seemed to fix my stuff. All charging, all the time.
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Come on guys help out this old dumb Grunt. What pray tell is a bird if it doesn't have wings and flies. Damn I am dumb. LOL

On a lighter note:

If the your Yorkshire was neutered, that's probably just the tail!
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Come on guys help out this old dumb Grunt. What pray tell is a bird if it doesn't have wings and flies. Damn I am dumb. LOL
Donít feel that way. I was just about to ask, and Iím Air Force!
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Old 06-28-2022, 04:56 PM   #23
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OK guys, I'm about to decide on lithiums and I gotta do it by 830am tomorrow because they have an opening . I don't know what a bird is, but I thought if I did it
i would get the converter. Xantrex says my I
N verter would do it but I would be skeptical.

I have 1200 watts on the roof. They will put in an isolator. Am I gonna be one of those people who burns up 3 100 ah batteries?

Help so tired of studying everything. I just wan t to trust someone to do it right.
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Come on guys help out this old dumb Grunt. What pray tell is a bird if it doesn't have wings and flies. Damn I am dumb. LOL
Bi directional, Ignition Relay Delay. I'm not aware of it being a brand name so much as just a generic description.

Go on YouTube to the AZ expert and there is a comprehensive video where he changes the ignition relay delay out for a bidirectional ignition relay delay.
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Bi directional, Ignition Relay Delay. I'm not aware of it being a brand name so much as just a generic description.

Go on YouTube to the AZ expert and there is a comprehensive video where he changes the ignition relay delay out for a bidirectional ignition relay delay.
Bi Directional Isolator Relay Delay
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Hey guys,

Can anyone tell me how to properly disable the "BIRD" on my 2003 Signature? I am at the shop and these guys have not heard of a bird.

They did install a dc to dc charger between the big boy and something else. But the circuit board is still connected.

I gotta get this right. I just had a $2500 hydraulic slide fiasco cause the shop put in the wrong part and then wired it wrong.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 06-30-2022, 08:43 PM   #27
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Hey guys,

Can anyone tell me how to properly disable the "BIRD" on my 2003 Signature? I am at the shop and these guys have not heard of a bird.

They did install a dc to dc charger between the big boy and something else. But the circuit board is still connected.

I gotta get this right. I just had a $2500 hydraulic slide fiasco cause the shop put in the wrong part and then wired it wrong.

Any help would be appreciated.
Hi Moira,
I think the DC/DC charger is a good thing. I'm afraid that if they don't disable the BCC, the Big Boy will actually bridge the two Battery banks (L/A and Lithium) who have different chraging profiles.

I think that's not good.
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