Eltech Industries—ISO-MAX Solar Connect DC Isolator
What are the defects?
Some switches have a defective mechanism and others may overheat at currents greater than 12A. Please read the attached bulletin for further details.
What are the hazards?
Potential fire hazard
What should consumers do?
1) Home owners with any DC ISO-MAX switches installed should visit www.eltechindustries.com.au and complete a DC ISO-MAX Claim Form.
Electrical contractors who have installed any DC ISO-MAX switches should visit www.eltechindustries.com.au and complete a DC ISO-MAX Advice Form.
2) Eltech or the installer of your switch(es) will be in contact with you in due course to arrange for the DC ISO-MAX switch(es) to be replaced.
3) Switches that are switched off should remain switched off. Any switches that are presently switched on should remain switched on. If you want to operate your switch please contact Eltech for assistance on 1300 76 44 70.
- 1 June 2011 - 1 November 2011
Recall advertisements and supporting documentation
Energy Safe (VIC) is the responsible regulator for this recall.