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Old 09-10-2016, 06:47 PM   #1
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I have two 6 volt deep cycle batteries and want to add two more. My question is will my Inteli Power 9160 handle the addition of two more batteries or will it cause any problems?
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I have two 6 volt deep cycle batteries and want to add two more. My question is will my Inteli Power 9160 handle the addition of two more batteries or will it cause any problems?
Thanks for the help.
I've been running 4-6V GC2 batteries, with a 2KW inverter and a PD-9260 (same as a 9160 with remote pendant) since 2006 and it does fine.
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I've been running 4-6V GC2 batteries, with a 2KW inverter and a PD-9260 (same as a 9160 with remote pendant) since 2006 and it does fine.
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That's what I needed to know.
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