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Old 16 January 2012, 01:59   #11
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Originally Posted by Nos4r2

Have you got the regulator as well? This one is for 2x110ah.
O have a battery regulator to switch between my two 120's. The panel has the non discharge housed in a black panel on the back. Although I have two 120's I only use it on one when leaving on mooring.

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Old 16 January 2012, 05:55   #12
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Or do you have an "S" socket or a Euro 13 pin on your car?

I built a lead which uses one of the Bulgin Buccaneer waterproof connectors at the rib end and the "S" type aux trailer plug at the other which means I can charge the boat batery using the split charger in the car as I tow it to the launch site.

Mains trickle charger at the house with the same Bulgin plug on for long periods of inactivity.

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