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Old 06-17-2017, 04:20 PM   #13
slowandsteady
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City: North Kingstown, RI
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Vessel Model: Mainship 34 III
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No it doesn't.
I just purchased a Sterling Pro Charge Ultra 40 amp charger on line.
Kind of high tech for my 34 year old boat but if I'm going to get the most out of the batteries I just purchased I may as well charge them correctly.
Does it make sense to keep the old one in place for the lead acid batteries and use the new charger for the AGM's? I can always phase in the battery chemistry module at a later date. I think I've spent enough money this week on batteries and charging system, not to mention the furniture I just ordered for the boat!
Thanks everyone for pointing me in the right direction.
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