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Old 08-29-2017, 08:30 AM   #15
diver dave
City: Fairport, NY and Palm Coast, FL
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Originally Posted by FF View Post
"It contains circuitry that monitors the voltage and switches the batteries together for charging or apart for use when not charging."

Great , but why bother, with costly complex electronics??

There is no charge unless the engine is running , so joining the house to the start batt , after engine start is all that is required .

All true. But lots of folks love automation[emoji847]

Then there are those that hate automatic chokes on lawnmowers.
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