battery optimiser with twin batteries

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trevair
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battery optimiser with twin batteries

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hi all
i know im asking a lot of questions but if you dont ask you dont find out.
ive got 2 new gel batteries, well six months old now what i want to know is if i leave the oxford optimiser on one battery will it keep a trickle in the other one if the leads are connected
regards trev
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Re: battery optimiser with twin batteries

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I would think so,it's only doing what the alternator do's(only slower)J.B.
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Yes provided your battery's are in parrellel not series.
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Re: battery optimiser with twin batteries

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Hi Trev
the correct way to connect your charger is to put the positive lead on one battery and the negative on the other battery
hope this helps
regards Gordon
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Re: battery optimiser with twin batteries

Post by fogrider »

Trevair, if they are both 12v, listen to Wayne - he's right.
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