Of special note are the the A, B, C, and D terminals. These are used to allow the regulator to support P-type (High Drive) or N-Type (Low Drive) alternators w/o any other changes. As shown (with the Jumper between A and B) the regulator is configured for a P-Type (High Drive) field. The Field is then connected to C/D (or in this case just C as the other end of the field is connected internally in the alternator to ground.) To support a N-type, one would jumper C&D, and connect the Field to A/B. (Or just B if the alternator has connected the other end of the Field to BAT+ internally).
The DIP switch is used to select built in charging profiles, while the Bluetooth (or via the Service Port) can be used to enter custom profiles.
The Battery + and Battery - connections should be made AT THE BATTERY, while the Alt + and Alt- should be made directly to the alternator. (The reason I separated the BAT and ALT wires is to allow support for Alternators which might have a different field voltage then the charging battery. e.g., using a converter 12v alternator to charge a 48v battery where the field is still 12v).
|V0.0.0 connector location (Original design - no longer supported)|
|v0.1.x connector locations (Latest/ current through-hole design)|
|v0.3.x connector locations (CAN - SMT design)|