When I load the 12volt system the EMS display Flashes between 50 and 30 amps. I think I have a bad converter. When I unplug the converter and run on battery everything works OK. History Parallax 7455 -- The orginal converter caused EMS to do stange displays. Second converter would blow fuses. Third converter has been OK for two years four months (two year warranty) now it is the one going from 50 to 30 amps. Has anyone else expireance this?
My next converter will be one that does a better job of charging the batteries. Looking at PD9260CV. Any other suggestion?
Replaced the Parallax converter with a Progessive Dynamics PD9260CV. The display on my EMS has the correct display now. This converter also has a three step smart charger. Should give longer battery live. After three bad Parallax in four years I would not recommend Parallax converters.
Flashing lights can often be corrected by disconnecting the "phone cord". This has worked for me several times. The one time that disconnecting did not correct the problem, I found a short in the cord. Xantrex told me that my inverter was bad, so I'm sure glad that I checked the cord first.
I've had no problems since replacing the cord about 3 years ago.