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Looking for a 12 volt supplied battery charger



 
 
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Old November 10th 09, 08:33 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
hace
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Default Looking for a 12 volt supplied battery charger

In order to fit out a vehicle with 2 VRLA deep cycle batteries, 100 Ah
each, I'm trying to find a 4-or-more stage charger, to optimally
charge these 2 babies, but it's own supply must come of the existiing
vehicl'es 12 volt system. Need to avoid that poorly regulated current/
voltage is pumped and pushed into these 2 batteries, and kills them.
Other solution wiould be a 12v-to-220v inverter, and then a decent
charger (e.g. ctek)

tnks

g
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Old November 10th 09, 11:46 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Neil
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Default Looking for a 12 volt supplied battery charger

On Tue, 10 Nov 2009 01:33:15 -0800 (PST), hace
wrote:

In order to fit out a vehicle with 2 VRLA deep cycle batteries, 100 Ah
each, I'm trying to find a 4-or-more stage charger, to optimally
charge these 2 babies, but it's own supply must come of the existiing
vehicl'es 12 volt system. Need to avoid that poorly regulated current/
voltage is pumped and pushed into these 2 batteries, and kills them.
Other solution wiould be a 12v-to-220v inverter, and then a decent
charger (e.g. ctek)

tnks

g


I think your neatest and most practical solution is a supplementary
alternator with elctronic regulation to suit a VR battery.

HTH

Neil

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