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Battery to Battery 4 Step Digital Charger Simple Installation Instructions

Standard simple installation

This is the most common and simplest installation and is simply connected to the starter battery. In order to connect up the D/C battery charger then all you do is connect one wire from the auxiliary battery banks to the starter battery, the starter battery stays between 13 – 14 volts (within in its limits) and the domestic battery goes up to 14.4 – 14.8. In order to put a good fast charger into the auxiliary batteries, this is especially good if the battery bank to be charger is not close to the starter battery, such as things like bow thrustors, or batteries in the boot of cars or lorries.

This option shows a standard split charger system on any boat or camper vehicle, which is already installed, and has been using advanced alternator regulators or any other advanced charging system, then a extra battery bank is required such as a bow thruster or radio battery bank or a generator, for ease of installation simply drop on a D/C battery charger.

Extra battery bank

This option shows a situation on many boats or camper vehicles where there may be 3 x battery banks, simply put 2 x D/C battery chargers on, and they will ensure both banks are catered for with no problem. The fact that one battery bank is further away than the other will make no difference.

Simple installation large battery bank

This option shows a standard split charger system on any boat or camper vehicle, which is already installed, and has been using advanced alternator regulators or any other advanced charging system, and you find that you wish to supplement the marine house battery bank with charging with as many other auxiliary charging systems as you can, for example if you are running a generator set for 4 hours per day you may as well put as much power as possible into your main large house battery bank.

Any source can be used, you can even use this system to charger from an old type battery charger, for example if you had a old constant voltage battery charger and you wished to convert it into a constant current on e then simply put one of these on the output, of if you have a single output charger and want a dual output then simply add one D/C charger to make a dual charging system.

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