This is cool i have to say
Have v batteries wired in series to make v with a w solar panel in my e van. When the sun goes down i would like to run and wires from my starter battery to my house batteries without messing with the alternator. Here s the question can i just run the wires off the starter battery directly to the v battery terminals where the charge controller attaches to the batteries and put a manual inline on off switch? I did not want to use an automatic isolator that sends charge whenever the engine is running, i would manualy turn it on when i want extra charge while driving. Thanks love your informative vids!
Good and easy to understand
I installed this isolator on my toyota tundra, it s working perfectly. I test it out using a w load on my auxiliary battery. Watch my video. Electronic dual battery isolator.
Thank you! Excellent visuals. After much study this video brought it on home for me. Yeah!
I have been looking for something like this for sooo long.
Do you need to connect the accesories cables to your auxiliary battery? And if not, how does that work?
I am going to ask wife if i can bay this unit!
Where can i get a nice electronic isolator like the one in this video for a volt vehicle?
Gen monty is being used lol
Great video clearly explains the advantages of a second battery dual system. Thanks to such a system i ve camped happily knowing my compressor fridge would not see me stranded. The dual battery system also saved my butt when my starter battery finally died on me one cold morning at home. In my case i simply flicked the on board rocker switch which i had installed thanks to the advice by my auto electrician the engine kicked over.
Great video thank you i need to see what kind of technology was available to use on the job
My ford econoline van uses this system! Or something like it. Not totally sure yet lol.
Excellent! This is what i need!
A good one to use is the cole hersee smart battery isolator. Do a google search for it and you ll find them.
Where do i get one